Analysis of Burger King Operations

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BURGER KING GLOBAL OPERATIONS.

Q1. What is Burger Kings core competency? How does it relate to its chosen strategy?

Burger is the World Largest flame – broiled fast foods restaurant chain. It currently operates in about 12,00 restaurants in all 50 states and in 74 countries.

The core competency of Burger King is:

1. Distinct and Strong Brand.

2. Customer Focus through Franchising.

3. Target Growth.

Distinct and Strong Brand.

There are two major ways in which Burger King differentiate itself from its competitors. These are the way in which hamburgers are cooked (Flamed broiled method) and option it offers its customers as to how they want their hamburger.

The way in which Burger King advertise its process of preparing Hamburgers “Flame Broiled’ instead of grill that fry, gives the buyer the satisfaction of buying a healthy steak (Hamburger). This not only ensure patronage but make the targeted market group feels good about the product.

This later way of operation has been popularized with the term “have it your way “theme. It makes those who patronize this hamburger feels they are eating exactly the type of hamburgers they preferred. This not only work in terms of its strategy to gain market share but it also make younger generation identify with the product as young adolescence wants to have a feel they are making their own decision on what to eat instead of Mummy have them it her choice of food.

All this is achieved through strong advertising as seen on major advertising channels.

Customer Focus through Franchising

Burgers King currently operates in more than 74 countries world wide, its success has mainly been going into franchise with local companies and their ability to customise to suit the local market demand. This not only has ensured success, but has also rooted the company in the country of choice as runs its operation. This is emphasis by their second strategy which is to develop a loca management...
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