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    Meal-box. Suddenly a surge of delight spreads across his face - utter astonishment. He has ALSO found a prize: -h elping to reinforce the likelihood that everyone is in with a chance. Again the spotlights whirl into action and bolt through the McDonald’s Quiz arena, as if the heavens are opening, confetti and tinsel rain from the ceiling. The boy lifts the sticker in the air, as his parents gather round, cheering him on, then parallel to this an assistant slides in with a moveable stage on…

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    Chapter 4 Discussion Questions 1. Assume you are the manager of a fast-food restaurant. What are the outputs of your work unit? What are the activities required to produce those outputs? What are the inputs? Some of the outputs for a fast food restaurant would consist of the services provided and the food orders taken in that particular fast food restaurant. Some occupations needed to make this type of outputs would consist of taking orders, cooking, and making orders for customers. Some…

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    There is one thing that every human being has in common, everyone has to eat. McDonalds started in one store in Illinois and has grown to be in several different countries around the world (Fishwick, 1995). The chain of McDonald’s fast-food restaurants has similar items on the menu even though the cultures are so different. There are 30,000 McDonalds worldwide, which spreads to over 120 countries (Ward, 2007). The golden arches of McDonalds is a cultural landscape of this fast-food restaurants…

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    The McDonald’s corporation is an ever-so expanding company that is found in 118 different countries and serves sixty-eight million customers each day. It is the world’s largest owner of retail property. McDonald’s was founded in 1948 by Dick and Mac McDonald. The first restaurant was opened in Des Plaines, Illinois and the company’s motto was “Quality, Service, Customers, and value,” in which they still adhere to that motto today. By 1963, McDonald’s had sold one billion hamburgers and their net…

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    2020 Aspirational Goals Under the five key area, McDonald’s attached what they call “2020 Aspirational Goals” to three of the key areas, food, in which the 2020 Aspirational goal is to provide, balanced choices such as serving 100% more fruit, vegetables, low-fat dairy, or whole grains, while reducing salt/sodium, sugar, saturated fat or calories across their menu. The second key area, sourcing, the 2020 Aspirational Goal is to source all of their food and packaging sustainably. In order to…

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    Public Image Some of your favorite food brands and restaurants are changing their menus or products. Kellogg’s, the cereal brand, is making their foods healthier, because there was a threat of a lawsuit by advocacy groups with children’s health. McDonald’s, the fast food restaurant, is also making changes to their products, because they wanted to help kids eat right. The articles “Kellogg Makes a Healthy Choice” by Tony Tiger and “Happy Meals Healthy Enough?” by Ronald McDonald address the…

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    McDonald’s value chain management analysis Managing McDonald’s value chain requires filling the needs of a corporation with 35,000 restaurants that serve 70 million customers a day in 119 countries along with meeting the company’s goal of never being out of an item a customer orders. An effective value chain management strategy is one reason the company evolved from its start in 1955 to a global institution. In addition to ensuring a staggering amount of products, McDonald’s value chain also…

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    Driving down North Avenue in Melrose Park, Illinois, there are lots of choices if you’re looking for cheap, fast food. Taco Bell, Wendys, White Castle, and a twenty four hour McDonalds are just a few of the places that a variety of people enjoy. Though this food is not exactly the healthiest, it is cheap and convenient. In this essay, I will analyze the topic on the ever growing problem and connection between health and fast food. It’s important to explain what fast food really is before…

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    the restaurant along with the feedback that has been provided by the customers. McDonalds has certain principles to ensure that they are constantly changing and evolving every part of their business and also what is delivered to the customers. McDonald’s strives to deliver the highest level of quality products, services and cleanliness to all the customers in each and every restaurant. The main key to the success of McDonalds is their continuous monitor and acting on the feedback given by the…

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    likely to go to court, because a lot of people know that they have legal remedies for personal injuries. We see this occurring in The McDonald’s Coffee Lawsuit also known as Liebeck v. McDonald Restaurants. Seventy-nine year old Stella Liebeck who suffered third degree burns over her inner tights and genital areas after she ordered and was served a hot coffee in McDonald’s. She attempted to remove the plastic lid from the cup by placing the cup between her knees. Before filing suit, Liebeck…

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