You have just gained control of a airline that is in trouble. Your airline is losing clients who are flying with cheaper carriers. Your competitors are making offers to your highly skilled mechanics and enticing them with big bonuses. Your stocks are falling and your stockholders are thinking of dumping their stocks and getting out of the company. Your flight attendants have sore feet. Your pilots are thinking about starting their own airline. Morale is low. Things look bad for your company.
How will you save your company?
Using strategies learned from Plato's Republic, Marx and Engel's Communist Manifesto, and Machiavelli's The Prince, solve your airline's problems.
You have just become the dean of students in an inner city high school. Seventy-five percent of your students cannot pass the high school exit exam. Your teachers are are about to go on strike because you can't pay them enough. The parents are looking to fire you because they think you don't really understand the students because you are of a different race. Your best teachers are thinking about starting a charter or private school in the empty mall around the corner. Your sports teams suck. Your comedy sportz team is not funny.
How will you save your school?
Using strategies learned from Plato's Republic, Marx and Engel's Communist Manifesto, and Machiavelli's The Prince, solve your school's problems.