The Organizational Analysis Of Mcdonald's Motivation Of Mcdonalds

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McDonald's is one of the largest food service companies in the world. In 1993, the annual sales stood at 23 billion dollars. It is one of the biggest employers in the United States, with more than half a million employers .The organization has roughly 10,000 locations which involve the standard sit-in restaurants, drive with satellite sites, and windows. McDonald's dominance in the industry of the fast food which is not likely to disappear in anytime. Tile organization is expanding over time, as at December 2000, McDonald's and its franchises performed over 28,700 restaurants worldwide in 120 countries and territories, serving food and also drab to over 45 million people every day.
Just fifteen to twenty per cent of the restaurants are company-owned. The rest are franchises, which run by 2,659 independent owners who pay a fee of
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The situational approach implemented by 'McDonalds' administration staff which has turned out to be the most suitable to the current situation. The administrators have used the special techniques on the basis of the motivation theories. Having implemented the procedure of the assembly line in the food preparation, 'McDonalds' make sure that the standard quality of production and also high performance. Besides, the company has implemented effective motivation strategy which is relay on the existing motivation theories. So, on the basis of the research we can say that every organization has its own system of behavior explanation and every concrete case must be examined as the 'McDonalds' organization case. Motivation theories, such as Maslow's theory and also Self Determination Theory must serve as the basis for elaborating the strategy that will direct the manager's forces towards the aim individual's satisfaction among intrinsic motivation and Maslow's Hierarchy of the needs

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