McDonald’s hierarchical structure encourages overseeing markets in light of performance level

McDonald’s hierarchical structure encourages overseeing markets in light of performance level. “Being the largest fast-food eatery network across the world, McDonald’s continuously evolve to address present and developing market complications” (Panmorecom, 2015). The firm takes off new products to keep up its performance in fulfilling customer’s needs and satisfaction. These undertakings are upheld through McDonald’s hierarchical structure, which is intended to adjust with the changing business condition.
The form of organizational structure that McDonald’s follow is divisional (decentralized), where each division holds a grip of their particular operational department. Maintenance of the sovereignty and organizational flexibility is a central objective of divisional structure. The company possesses an international hierarchy so that all the operations are easily covered at a global level. This feature accentuates corporate control. “The CEO of the McDonald’s leads the activities of all business segments below whom are the heads of different functional units among which the Chief Operating Officer delegates the directives to the diversified geographical divisions that includes USA, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa as well as Other Countries and Corporates incorporating Canada, Latin America and Corporate. The structure further continues with the geographical division of USA to central division, east division, west division and the president of McDonald’s USA