Essays on Application of Cultural and Critical Approaches in Australian Organization - McDonalds Case Study

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The paper 'Application of Cultural and Critical Approaches in Australian Organization - McDonald’ s " is a good example of a management case study. In Australia, McDonald’ s corporation has contributed to a high level of individual growth that has reinforced their daily lives. Considering this aspect is while doing business in that country it is benevolent to the lives of the citizens. This indicates better equality amongst businesses, families, government, and societal levels. Christianity predominates other religion in Australia with (50%) and great individualism relates well with other Christian founded cultures. McDonald’ s corporate culture has established its properties in the work setting, perceived indirectly or directly by the workers, and is assumed to be the main factor influencing workers' behavior.

Critical approaches to transformation, starting by concisely reviewing the existing approaches are examined and discussed in detail. In addition, the major key sites of transformation have been included: corporation process, identity, social dynamics and fields. It comprises some deficiencies in critical interpretations of transformation and some parts considered for forthcoming investigation. According to the base-superstructure correlation, it was realized that the process of production governs the exact nature of society.

The economy is the fundamental factor that helps in the realization of social structure, together with ideas and institutions. In the system of capitalism, production was derived by profit and hence dominating labor. The group that benefits from the profit (in control), dominates the working-class group and almost all institutions that propagate supremacy inside the capitalistic society ascend from this system of economy. The liberation of the employees can only be realized through the intensifications of the working class against the leading group.

This kind of liberation furthers the usual progression of the past, where the powers in opposition clash in a conflict that causes a developed social order. Consider the recent financial crises in Russian, japan and Malaysia (Millichamp, A. H. 2002). the business.

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