Your boss has just been assigned the task of setting up an IT programming facility in Tuvalu. After completion, this facility will handle approximately 30% of all of your company’s programming, and you can expect an equivalent number of job losses in your company’s U.S. facilities because of this move. (Your boss has no say in this decision, and you have even less.) Your company wants to make this change to realize cost savings from Tuvalu’s lower wages. However, the company does expect to incur costs associated with the move and will invest sensibly to make the transition and operation a successful one. You will also have to use current programmers and managers to help train workers in the new facility, even though some of them will lose their jobs due to the move. You must develop a management plan for making a successful transition. This plan must include both the expected benefits of the move and the potential problems that the company may face. In developing this plan, you must provide an analysis, use appropriate management theory, provide business suggestions, and give evidence and support for all of your major points.