Portrays the internationalization of the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) fast food chain, concentrating on KFCs entrance into Japan. An entrepreneurial nation general supervisor, Lou Weston, fights various issues to build up the business and is inevitably exceedingly effective. In doing as such, Weston disregards or bypasses arrangements and control from KFCs home office and turns out to be exceptionally disturbed when more refined arranging, coordination, and control frameworks start to compel his flexibility. The case presents both the central command and backup viewpoints and permits discourse of the contentions between vital arranging and control and entrepreneurial freedom in a multinational organization.
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