Supply Chain

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Choose an organization delivering goods and/or services globally. Provide a background of the organization and fully describe six components of the organization's supply chain. Examine the potential problems related to each of the components described and explain the approaches of the organization for solving the problems. Write a 4–5 page report that: addresses the concerns the following functions might have about this proposed change: •Addresses the importance of quality management and measurement within the global context •Construct control charts to compare global operational processes of the chosen organizations Would implementing an enterprise resource planning system help streamline operations and achieve efficiencies between operating departments? What major concerns need to be addressed? Present your findings as a 4-5 pages Word document formatted in APA style. Internationally, McDonald’s is considered the largest food service retailer in the world. The first restaurant was established in 1955 in Des Plaines, Illinois, USA. The chain serves a humungous figure of 50 million customers every day and has founded 30,000 restaurants across the globe.

McDonald’s vision for sustainable supply is a supply chain that profitably yields high-quality, safe products without supply interruption while leveraging our leadership position to improve the ethical, environmental, and economic impacts of doing business for both the McDonald's system and the world at large.

We envision purchasing from suppliers that follow practices that ensure the health and safety of their employees and the welfare and humane treatment of animals in our supply chain.
We envision influencing the sourcing of your materials and ensuring the design of our products, their manufacture, distribution and use minimize lifecycle impacts on the environment.
We envision delivering affordable food, engaging in equitable trade practices, limiting the...
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