Principles of Management Research-Subways

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Principles of management APPLIED RESEARCH SUBWAY Sandwich shop Michael D. Robinson Ottis Walizer Park University Internet Campus A course paper presented to the School for Arts and Sciences and Distance Learning in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Baccalaureate Principle of Management Park University May, 2008 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page INTRODUCTION 3 BODY 3 International Business 4 Social, Legal and Ethical Responsibilities 5 General Planning & Strategic Planning 6 Operations Management and Plans 7 Organizing Work and…show more content…
Wherever SUBWAY restaurants are located, the core menu stays relatively the same—with the exception of some cultural and religious variations. World travelers can expect the same high quality ingredients regardless of what nation they are visiting. According to Carlos Eduardo Avila, SUBWAY Development Agent in Venezuela, "Franchisees are attracted by the proven success of SUBWAY restaurants , and they consider brand recognition to be of the utmost importance. The ‘first-50’ restaurant phase is only the beginning of a great challenge for the SUBWAY chain to become Venezuela’s number one quick-serve restaurant." In a relatively short period of time, the SUBWAY restaurant concept developed into the largest submarine sandwich franchise in the world, with more than 22,000 locations in 77 countries (as of November 2004). Within 30 days of the Iraq War being started, there was a SUBWAY restaurant in Iraq for our American forces. Social, Legal, Ethical Responsibilities Subways is a big time company with small town values. When Kennewick, Washington’s Playground of Dreams went up in smoke, Subways helped by donating 1,000 pounds of sandwiches to volunteer workers during the reconstruction of the park. Subway Regional Manager Lisa Moon said it was a horrible thing when the popular playground was torched in a Thanksgiving weekend arson, which damaged more than half the castlelike structure. She said Subway, like the community, felt it should help in

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