Grinding It Out - Chapter 7 and Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 and Chapter 8 Summary and Analysis

Harry Sonneborn came into Ray's office soliciting a job and was persistent though Ray said he had no jobs. Kroc needed help because he was on his own and needed to keep his head start and momentum. Harry and June turned out to be wonderful workers. All Ray could give them was more stock, which paid them back over and over once McDonald's took off. With more stores opening, Ray needed someone to manage operations and commit to the "Quality, Service, Cleanliness, and Value" or "QSC and V" that Ray Kroc knew was the secret to build the McDonald's corporation. Ray chose Fred Turner for the operations position. He would eventually become the president, then board chairman, of the corporation. That year, they opened twenty-five new stores around the country. Turner helped round the clock, even helping...

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