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Unformatted text preview: 6 Formal Organizations McDonalds Missy Gish A coordinating mechanism people create to achieve a planned outcome. People + Resources + Technology = Goal McDonalds Corporation coordinates the activities of 447,000 employees in more than 31,600 restaurants located in 118 countries to fill more than 50 million customer orders each day. enterprises that own, control, or license production or service facilities in countries other than where they are headquartered Headquartered disproportionately in the U.S, Japan, and Western Europe Compete against rival corporations for global market share Plan, produce, and sell on a multicountry and even global scale Recruit employees, extract resources, acquire capital, and borrow technology on a multicountry and even global scale Corporation Revenues (in $ millions) Profits (in $ millions) Headquarters Exxon Mobil 339,938.00 36,130.00 Irving , Texas Wal-Mart Stores 315,654.00 11,231.00 Bentonville, AR Royal Dutch Shell 306,731.00 25,311.00 The Hague, Netherlands BP 267,600.00 22,341.00 London, UK General Motors 192,604.00 -10,567.00 Detroit, MI Chevron 189,481.00 14,099.00 San Francisco, CA DaimlerChrysler 186,106.30 3,536.30 Stuggart, Germany Toyota Motor 185,805.00 12,119.60 Aichi, Japan Ford Motor 177,210.00 2,024.00 Dearborn. MI ConocoPhillips 166,683.00 13,529.00 Odessa, TX Source: Fortune (2007) GDP (Gross Domestic Product) the monetary value of all of a nations goods and services produced within a particular time period such as a year. Revenue the total amount of money a corporation receives for goods sold or services provided during a certain time period such as a year. How many countries have a GDP greater than the combined revenues ($2.3 trillion) of the 10 largest global corporations? US ($13.22 trillion) Japan ($4.91 trillion) China ($2.5 trillion) Germany ($2.89 trillion) UK (2.34 trillion) How many countries have a GDP greater than Exxon revenues ( $ 339,938,000,000 )? How many countries have a GDP greater than Exxon Mobil revenues ( $ 339,938,000,000 )? 30 countries Belgium, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia, Colombia, Pakistan, Philippines, Netherlands, Poland, South Africa, Thailand, Iran, Argentina, Turkey, Australia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Spain, Mexico, Canada, South Korea, Brazil, Russia, Italy, France, United Kingdom, Germany, India, Japan, China, United States How many countries have a GDP smaller than McDonalds revenues ( $20,000,000,000 )? How many countries have a GDP smaller than McDonalds revenues ( $20,000,000,000 )? 110 countries Burkina Faso, Cyprus, Bahrain, Botswana, Georgia, Nicaragua, Madagascar, Mauritius, Armenia, Macedonia, Namibia, Papua New Guinea, Chad, Haiti, Mali, Rwanda, Laos, Jamaica, Niger, Zambia, Iceland, Kyrgyzstan, Gabon, Macau, Brunei, Tajikistan, Togo, Moldova, Benin, Malta, Malawi, Mauritania, Bahamas, The Swaziland, Mongolia, Burundi, Fiji, Sierra Leone, Gaza Strip, Lesotho, West Bank, Somalia, Barbados, Jersey,...
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