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Bentley University: Management 345 - Organization & Environment -- Dunkin' Donuts

A close lookup of American favorite coffee, Dunkin' Donut's organizational structure, company culture, and environmental impact.

jennifer nhan

on 19 January 2014

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Transcript of Bentley University: Management 345 - Organization & Environment -- Dunkin' Donuts

Brief Background: by: Valeria Chahin, Deirdre Delaney, Jenn Nhan - Founded by William Rosenberg in Quincy, Massachusetts (1950) - DD is the world's leading baked good and coffee chain, serving more than 3 million customers per day - Industry : Food & Beverage By the end of 2011 there were: 10,083 stores worldwide
7,015 franchised restaurants in 36 states in the US
3,068 international shops in 36 countries - DD is a subsidary of Dunkin Brands Inc. Product line 1.5 billion coffee sold annually 52 different varieties + other baked goods! Competitors Starbucks: Krispy Kreme Dunkin Brands Inc Org. Design: Key Executives: CEO of Dunkin' Brands & Pres of DD
Nigel Travis Chief Operating Officer (US)
Paul Twohig Chief Global Marketing & Innovation Officer
John Costello President of Dunkin' Brands Intl.
Giorgio Minardi Board of Directors: DD's CEO & Director - Nigel Travis

DD's Non-Executive Chairman of the Board - Jon Luther

Former President & COO of McDonalds Corp. - Raul Alvarez

Co-President of Thomas H.Lee Partners L.P. - Anthony DiNovi

Former Exec. Vice Pres & COO of Dick's Sporting Goods Inc.-
Michael Hines

Managing Director at The Carlyle Group - Sandra Horbach

Managing Director at Bain Capital Partners LLC. -
Mark Nunnelly

Chairman of Hispanic Enterprises & Content for NBC Unversial -
Joe Uva Stake Holder Anaylsis Corporate Social
Responisbility -



- Opportunities Problem "Dunkin' Donuts is committed to selling fresh brewed coffee in containers that are safe for the consumer. Our foam cup is one of the strongest in the industry and it insulates better than paper cups we have tested. By using foam, we are reducing the added waste that occurs with double cupping, cup sleeves and/or extra napkins. In addition, foam cups are recyclable, paper cups are not, and we encourage you to check with your local/municipal-recycling program as to whether or not they will accept #6 plastic." Why doesn't Dunkin' Donuts use recycled paper cups? Enjoy some munchins
& feel free to ask any
questions! Sources: http://www.dunkinbrands.com/Responsibility/CSR_Annual_Report_2010.pdf





http://www2.worldpub.net/images/saveurmag/7-kitchen-the-making-of-a-dunkin-donut-illustration-600x600.jpg Dunkin' Brand: "By responsibly serving the needs of all of our stakeholders, upholding high ethical standards and practicing good corporate governance, we believe we will be able to fulfill our responsibility to our investors: strong, sustainable financial performance." Lobbying
Political Action Committees
Direct Political Contributions - 1,086 corporate employees (Dec 11') "Our Guests" Nutrition Advisory Board Menu Labeling Nutrition & Better-For-You Choices Our Planet Our People Women Integrated Network
Health & Wellness
Green Team
Diaster Relief Fund
Tuition Reimbursement & Scholarship Fund Corporate Social Responsibility Hunger Relief Children's Health Enduring Safety Our Neighborhood "It's the Heart of our Business" Solution http://www.bravepraxis.com/images/3511.jpg,

http://kenardkarter.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/bilde.jpeg . In 2010, The DDBRCF launched a national partnership with the USO through an $82,500 grant to provide morale, welfare and recreation-type services to troops and their families.
Partnership with the National Fallen Fire- firefighters Foundation. Given $350,000.
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