People who have known me for a while have probably heard me talk about my desire to work in fast food.
Someday, when I’m rich and have plenty of time on my hands, I’d like to spend a week working at In-N-Out Burger (I would have to limit my experiment to a week for fear that the free food would result in an unhealthy weight gain and/or being turned off In-N-Out forever, which might be an even worse side effect).
I’ve never worked a traditional job, and I think the experience would be insightful.
That’s why I was excited to learn about the forthcoming book, “My Secret Life on the McJob.”
Business professor Jerry Newman went undercover at McDonald’s and Burger King, and emerged with a set of “Supersized Management Principles” based on the difference he observed between good and bad managers.
Animal style, baby!