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    McDonald’s is one of the largest chain of hamburger fast-food restaurant in the world. To hold its position as market leader in fast-food zone, it exhibits varieties of management theories, including classical approach, behavioral approach, quantitative approach, and contemporary approach. In this report, we will focus on scientific management of classical approach and total quality management of quantitative approach, which are wisely adopted by McDonald’s. Scientific management was developed…

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    Introduction McDonald’s is the world’s leading chain of fast food restaurants with more than 36,000 restaurants serving nearly 69 million consumers per day across over 100 countries (McDonald’s, 2015). Operating business in an international context with highly increasing competition, McDonald’s and many large corporations are being stuck in conflict with business ethics for profitability. Business ethics are defined by Berger & Herstein (2014, p.1075) as “the application of ethical principles…

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    McDonald's is "committed to the Dollar Menu and the McDouble, and both are strongly supported by the majority of our franchisees," spokeswoman Danya Proud said in a statement. "To comment on future national changes would be inaccurate and speculative."” Overall this establishments price increases are not totally scaring away the customers, their dollar menu continues to be constant and as long as this menu remains they will continue to thrive as a business. Their food or better known as…

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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…

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    MCDONALD’S Strategic Management Case study Maha Al-Ostaz , Shaima Alaidaroos 3/12/2015 Introduction: McDonald's Organization is the world's biggest chain of fast food restaurants, serving almost 47 million clients every day through more than 31,000 restaurants in 119 nations around the world. McDonald's offers different fast food things and soft drinks including, burgers, chicken, mixed greens, fries, and dessert. Many McDonald’s restaurants have incorporated a play area for…

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    Mariya Oliferovskaya Critical Response to “Working at McDonald’s” The article, “Working at McDonald’s” by Amitai Etzioni was an unsuccessful attempt to argue that teenager’s after school jobs are detrimental to their success. It seems Etzioni’s authority on the subject matter is questionable. The man’s tone throughout the text is condescending, and he offers a biased opinion. Furthermore, the evidence that’s offered to support the thesis is contradicting. The Israeli-American Amitai Etzioni…

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    1. Identify the key elements in McDonald’s global marketing strategy. In particular how does McDonald’s approach the issue of standardization? Globalization involves developing marketing strategies treating the world to be a single entity. Globalized organizations have standard products, promotional campaigns, prices and distribution channels all over the world. McDonalds marketing strategy is a mixture of global and local marketing. It is an ideal example where standardization and…

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    the health of its consumers. As a result of skepticism and scrutiny, fast-food chains, McDonald’s in particular, have transitioned into branding and advertising revolving around health and incorporating ingredients of better quality into their products. McDonald’s, arguably the most popular fast-food restaurant globally…

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    Society McDonald’s opened its doors in 1955. In the early days of McDonald’s, America could not get enough of their juicy burgers. Society did not know or care about how the business could affect it. Now, people have developed a different image of the business. America is beginning to understand how McDonald’s has impacted society. But it may be too little, too late. After the popular documentary Super Size Me, people were aware of negative effects that came along with eating McDonald’s. Even…

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    It was a cold Friday night, the temperature was below freezing. I was working at McDonald’s, it was the only job I had been able to keep in the last couple of years. I was always recognized from the managers for being so friendly and kind to everyone including my co-workers, except on this specific night. I had been having mood swings all day and was not feeling good at all. I clocked in and got to work, for tonight's shift I was working in the drive-thru. Working drive-thru on Friday night was…

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