An inside account of how McDonald's turns diversity into success.
Everyone knows McDonald's, one of the most recognizable brand names in the world. But few know the extent to which McDonald's continued and ongoing success is due to the company's internal philosophy of inclusion and diversity. One of the biggest employers in the world, McDonald's staff is one of the world's most racially, culturally, and religiously diverse.
In None of Us Is as Good as All of Us, McDonald's global chief diversity officer offers the first inside look at the company's philosophy of inclusion and diversity through interviews with more than 60 key employees and leaders. These accounts, of franchisees, suppliers, and employees, reveal how McDonald's embraces all races, creeds, and cultures to create unity and business achievement. Written by Patricia Sowell Harris, McDonald's global chief diversity officer, this book:
For any business leader who wants to embrace diversity and encourage team unity, None of Us Is as Good as All of Us offers inspiration and guidance.
This audiobook sounds like it was recorded by computer. Emphasis was way off when I came to function. Otherwise the concert was fine, I guess. But the reading was very off putting.
The book objective is too focused on diversity that made feel sick & the book worthless. The only positive point to buy this book is the focus on old experiences on how to fight racism & sexism at work. However, these experiences nowadays are long past history and won't add value to most people, I believe. So if you're looking for the business knowledge and how Mcdonald built their empire, this's definitely not your book.
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