This case could be taught in courses on entrepreneurship and marketing. The following is a born entrepreneur and former McDonald’s successful franchisees who, guided by the motto of No is not an option, its fastest growing business in automated bakery world. In order to attract and retain skilled workers, where their companies buy the best benefit the company and could pay for the training of its employees needed in the labor market, coupled with a policy to promote from within, increased deal successfully … Read more »

This case could be taught in courses on entrepreneurship and marketing. The following is a born entrepreneur and former McDonald’s successful franchisees who, guided by the motto of No is not an option, its fastest growing business in automated bakery world. In order to attract and retain skilled workers, where their companies the best benefits could buy the company and pay for the training of its employees needed to succeed coupled to promote the labor market, which increased by a policy of internal staff loyalty. By 2008, it is ready to take the next step and “build bakeries throughout the world for McDonald’s.”
«Hide

from
Edward D. Hess
Gosia Glinska
Source: Darden School of Business
12 pages.
Publication Date: Sep 24, 2009. Prod #: UV2043-PDF-ENG
Cordia Harrington: The Rise of Lady Bun HBR case solution