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Simple Logical Repeatable

Systemise like McDonald's to scale, sell or franchise your growing business

Simple Logical Repeatable

The McDonald’s recipe works, and it will work for you.

Simple, Logical, Repeatable is your blueprint for modelling McDonald’s to achieve the success, and freedom, you’re looking for.

It introduces you to The McFreedom SystemⓇ that draws on the four foundation systems
underpinning the enduring success of McDonald’s – the reason they have become so consistent, reliable and trusted in the global marketplace.

Planning – clarity around your destination and your route map to get you there.
Process – simplicity of your customer’s journey through your business.
People – effective hiring and training so people know ‘how we do things round here’ to deliver consistently
high standards.
Performance – ability to measure and manage performance to keep everyone on track.

The McDonald’s formula is simple – develop systems to run every aspect of your business, develop a high performing team to run your systems, and then get out of their way.

Mastering these foundations will give you the freedom to scale, grow, sell or franchise your business… or run it from a beach somewhere, if that’s what you want to do.

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Marianne Page has 27 years of senior management experience with McDonald’s and now works with six- and seven-figure business owners who are victims of their own, often rapid, success, and unable to extricate themselves from working in their business in order to work on it.
Through her McFreedom SystemⓇ Marianne gives business owners a blueprint for scale,
growth and personal freedom.
Her award-winning McDonald’s experience makes her one of the world’s most qualified experts on the practicalities of implementing simple, logical and repeatable systems in every area of your business, and developing your high performing team to run them.

Additional Information

Edition First editionFormat Hard CopyISBN 978-1-78133-226-9
Imprint Rethink PressPlace of publication Great Britain