Write a 3-5 page research paper addressing the specific questions listed below. Use the following:
• The font is Times new Roman 12 point.
• Each margin is to be no more than 1 inch.
• The paper is no less than three nor more than 5 pages in length.
• Present the answers to each question in correct English sentences as a complete paper in full essay form.
In what ways does a McDonald’s retail outlet resemble a machine? Describe the organization in machine-like terms.
Describe the McDonald’s activities in terms of Frederick Taylor’s principles of scientific management, Max Weber’s hierarchical structure and Henri Fayol’s administrative principles.
Why do you think the company has been successful?
Are there similarities in organization between McDonalds and other successful franchise organizations?
The process of innovation is characteristic of the McDonalds Corporation. Identify the innovations you observe during your visit and explain how the company incorporates the process of innovation and the process of mechanization in the same organization in order to minimize the weaknesses of mechanization.
five years. Every second child in a single-parent home experiences poverty. It is due to low paid work and changes in UK’s housing market which resulted in rising prices. The risk of poverty for those from single-parent families is 50%, so one in two families, while 25% for couple families. There is a significant difference but the numbers are still big. The possibility of in-work poverty has been dramatically rising in the past five years and it has influenced every type of working family. The costs of housing were falling for the richest three fifths of the population since 2009/2010 but rising for the families in the poorest two fifths. The rise has been mainly driven by limited access to social housing and falls in home ownership, resulting in increase of low-income families in private rented housing. It more than doubled the number of low-income families claiming Housing Benefit. The report “Against the Odds” published by Shelter Charity, investigates the effects of bad housing on children. It highlights the importance of the issue by providing us with crucial findings. It has been found that children’s surroundings play a big part in their development and socialisation. Bad housing is mainly a result of poverty .Children growing in destitution are three times more likely to be upset with their family and have bad relationships with them than other children. It is more challenging for them to make new friends and they often fall victim of bullying and discrimination. Statistics show that they are almost twice as likely to be discriminated at school (13%) compared to the rest of children (7%). At the same time, over 57,000 kids from poor background are evicted from school a year. Poverty has a major impact on children educational attainment as well as their interactions with others. They are more likely to skip school and leave the education prematurely. Education is a very important agent of socialisation, which is why it is essential for children to have all their needs met at this time. Joseph Rowntree Foundation have found that child poverty is a growing problem in our society and that the numbers are rising at an alarming pace. The report highlights that the issue has been growing greater for all types of families and that in-work poverty is a very common thing. These findings are very important for helping general public to understand the issue and to get a better insight on factors that lead families into poverty. It provides society with reliable research and statistics. The report “Against the Odds” points out the effects of poverty on children. Their research has found that poor children are more likely to be discriminated and find it hard to fit-in. The effects of poverty on children are major, and Shelter is very successfully portraying it through their research. Aim of these publications is to influence society, especially the government to act and change their policies in order to prevent poverty. SECTION E>GET ANSWER