Information Systems for McDonald's Term Paper by Master Researcher

Information Systems for McDonald's
A study into the technology and information needs of the McDonald's corporation.
# 36464 | 1,650 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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This paper outlines McDonald's present financial process and its limitations and explains the aims and objectives of the restaurant chain. The paper looks at the organization hierarchy and discusses how an effective information system would act on behalf of McDonald's organizational goals and objectives and increase speed of accessibility, decrease repetitive work, and decrease cost through efficient usage of information technology and manpower. Finally, the paper explains how to integrate a financial information system.

From the Paper:

"McDonald's Corporation, one of the largest as well as oldest food chain in America had upto date been the epitome for the industry's organizational model. Governed by strong defined cultures, the organization is highly standardized in its different levels of structure. Each day, the company is organized to produce thousands of burgers, delegate staffs to substantiate necessary tasks. These are important processes for the organizational process. The situation that the company's facing at the moment originates from the nuances of everyday occurrence. As a result there is a destabilizing environment settled within the company's controlling system [Wendelken, 1994].
"The McDonald's Internal Revenue Service tax returns processing centers are organized as such that both possess substantial structure. A destabilizing effect on the company result in McDonald's culture of quality, service, cleanliness and value to become imbalance. Behavioral change is the key to variability of the dispersal of employees' working conditions to spread throughout the world. []"

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