Graduate Project Title
A Model Program to Develop Management Strategies and Training Skills for Fast Food Industry Employees in Taiwan
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Gregory S. Chan
Second Committee Member
Jack L. McPherson
Third Committee Member
Susan M. Madley
A model program in developing corporate personnel was designed for domestic fast food industry in Taiwan. The program emphasizes on successful business leaders' skills in the basic management function of decision making, planning, organizing, communicating, directing and controlling. Meanwhile, the successful fast food employee development have focused on training activity of customer service, personal appearance, company rules and regulations. The program concentrates on two specific areas: a management model and an employee training model. More specifically the management approach and training skills are addressed through a variety of methods and activities.
Lai, David Ruey-Lin, "A Model Program to Develop Management Strategies and Training Skills for Fast Food Industry Employees in Taiwan" (1997). All Graduate Projects. 526.
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