How does the "McDonaldization" of society directly conflict with small business and the traditional "mom and pop" stores? In what ways do you believe "McDonaldization" has hurt these traditional businesses?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:50 am ad1c9bdddf
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As you explore how does the "McDonaldization" of society directly conflict with small businesses and the traditional "mom and pop" stores, I firmly believe that "McDonaldization" hurts these traditional businesses in such profound ways as well as American culture at large. Instead of offering lots of variety and cultural diversity as the "mom and pop" stores used to offer, this new concept makes all American towns and cities look the same like exact replicas: 1 Wal-Mart, 1 Taco Bell, CVS or WalGreens, ...
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Globalization of Business and Culture
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Consider the globalization of business and culture, and discuss the ways in which it can affect international business strategy and management. Consider the evidence you see for the globalization or localization of culture in the consumer and/or labor markets and respond to the following questions:
How important is effective management of the culturally diverse social capital in a multinational company for achieving strategic corporate objectives with regard to human resource management or the management of other business functions? Apply the concepts of globalization, localization, and globalization to the business function that you select. Is social capital equally important in each paradigm? Explain your answer with reference to practical examples from your own organization or professional experience.View Full Posting Details