Tuesday, September 29, 2009

None Of Us Is As Good As All Of Us

Quoting from a communique The McChronicles received from McDonald's:

There are many rich stories about diversity and inclusion of all cultures in the book None Of Us Is As Good As All Of Us - stories of overcoming challenges, breaking the glass ceiling, shattering cultural perceptions, achieving great success despite hardships. These stories have never been told publically - about McDonald's business or the author herself. The author, Patricia Harris, is an African-American "farm girl" who has risen in the McDonald's organization from a secretary 30 years ago to become the company's Global Chief Diversity Officer today.

We're very proud that McDonald's is donating all profits from this book directly to Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC), so millions of children around the world and their families will benefit from the sale of this book through RMHC.

None Of Us Is As Good As All Of Us is being sold by all major national booksellers and online. All of its stories are compelling, and showcase McDonald's ongoing commitment to our people, supported by our long-term business plan, The Plan to Win.

If you are interested, the book can be purchased here.


Anonymous said...

This is exactly why I won't be eating your crummy food! How Orwellian can you get?

"Embracing diversity and inclusion"...? What's that supposed to mean, anyway?

Your food is unhealthy and so is your philosophy.


Great comment