The+three+companies+that+I+have+choose+to+observe+would+be+Mcdonalds

The+three+companies+that+I+have+choose+to+observe+would+be+Mcdonalds

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The three companies that I have chosen to observe would be McDonalds, my company that I work at SAIC, and lastly Arby’s. The input in these three companies is basically the same. They are all to get the merchandise in, and sell it to make great profit. As far as the operations go, I am sure they are all different though. Though McDonalds and Arby’s are both fast food restaurants, I am sure that they operate differently. Arby’s is fast food, but they actually have more than just burgers and fries. They have actual food there that takes a little longer than just heating it up. With the company that I work at SAIC, we specialize in military tools and such. We get products to the government at a lower price. Our operations system is basically ran as get what the buyer wants; get it to them as fast as possible. With the output stages the product isn’t given to the people on a personal basis as with such places as Arby’s and McDonalds. It is filtered down a chain, and the people go and get what they need their self. The employees I am sure are probably organized in the same way at both McDonalds and
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2010 for the course BUS210 bus210 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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