MCDONALD’S IN VIETNAM By Ayodeji Akin Abiri Table of Contents Abstract 1.0 Introduction 3 1.1 Background note 4 1.2 Global Strategy 5 2.0 McDonald’s In Vietnam 8 2.1 Entry Strategy 9 2.2 PESTEL analysis of Vietnam 9 2.3 SWOT analysis of HCM city 11 2.4 Expansion strategy 12 2.5 Franchising in Vietnam 13 2.6 Drive-thru restaurants 13 2.7 Localization
Norms, Fair & Lovely, and Advertising 2-3 Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool Company: To Bribe or Not to Bribe? 2-4 Ethics and Airbus 2-5 Coping with Corruption in Trading with China 2-6 When International Buyers and Sellers Disagree 2-7 McDonald’s and Obesity 2-8 Ultrasound Machines, India, China, and a Skewed Sex Ratio CASE 21 The Not-So-Wonderful World of BONJOUR, MICKEY! In April 1992, EuroDisney SCA opened its doors to European visitors. Located by the river Marne some 20 miles east of Paris
19 | South Korea | 34.915 | 3.0% | 0.8% | 20 | Canada | 33.415 | 1.9% | 0.8% | - | | | | | Economy of India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Economy of The Republic of India | Modern Indian currency notes | Rank | 9th (nominal) / 3rd (PPP) | Currency | 1 Indian Rupee (INR) () = 100 Paise | Fiscal year | 1 April – 31 March | Trade organizations | WTO, SAFTA, G-20 and others | Statistics | GDP | $1.846 trillion (nominal: 9th; 2011)$4.469 trillion
very elaborate tradition of figurative sculpture that was often used to decorate temples. English: Wedgwood: 1810: cast earthenware. European ceramics in northern areas first appears about 4000 BC and, except for a brief period during the Roman occupation, continued the low temperature unglazed handbuilt tradition until the twelfth century. Southern Europe, notably Spain was geographically near other active cultures and after 700 A.D. occupied by Islamic North Africans
capture the richness and complexity of real-life management situations and we would also encourage readers and tutors to take every possible opportunity to explore the live strategic issues of organisations – both their own and others. The following brief points of guidance should prove useful in selecting and using the case studies provided: ● The summary table that follows indicates the main focus of each of the chosen case studies – together with important subsidiary foci (where appropriate)
ed. p. cm. Includes indexes. ISBN-13: 978-0-13-283487-2 ISBN-10: 0-13-283487-1 1. Organizational behavior. I. Judge, Tim. II. Title. HD58.7.R62 2012 658.3—dc23 2011038674 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ISBN 10: 0-13-283487-1 ISBN 13: 978-0-13-283487-2 Brief Contents Preface xxii 1 2 Introduction 1 What Is Organizational Behavior? 3 The Individual 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Diversity in Organizations 39 Attitudes and Job Satisfaction 69 Emotions and Moods 97 Personality and Values 131 Perception and
compromise policy, popularly known as “don’t ask, don’t tell,” was instituted that is still considered hopelessly flawed by many on both sides. But now let us look at this situation from the perspective of the interactional framework. First of all, note how much more complex the situation of their meeting was than a mere first meeting between two successful men. One of them was the top military leader in the world at that time, the other would soon be his commander in chief by virtue of free election
“Sponsored Links.” These “Links,” because of their relevance to the search, would be clicked on more often than if they were labeled simply “Ads.” They decided to display the links in a clearly marked box above the free search results. The ads would be brief and look identical, with just a headline, a short description, and a link to a web page. But these would be targeted ads, offering a major advantage for advertisers confronted with the huge wastage of advertising reaching uninterested audiences.