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Yum! China Case Study Analysis Yum! China Case Study Analysis Slide 2 Introduction Yum was the parent company of several restaurant chains including KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell, which improves them and expand in more area in China. Sam Su is the Chairman and CEO of Yum! Brands China Division and Vice-Chairman of Yum! Yum was the largest restaurant company in the world in terms of the number of units. Slide 3 Introduction (cont.) Slide 4 Slide 5 Yums Goal To become the best restaurant company not only in China but the world Increase market share by opening up whole country Source from China whenever possible Slide 6 Constraints Fast food industry is associated with obesity, and Chinas obesity problem is growing swiftly Not enough supply capability exists to cover business needs completely Infrastructure problems: The roads in China are in poor condition during winter months. Work Force Slide 7 Main Problem major problem is that food production in China is still highly variable, and there is inconsistency within the supply chain. Lack of supply for Dairy Product. Obesity is Yet another potential problem. Slide 8 Alternatives Invest in a small number of large sources. Invest in many different sources based on the tier system that Yum has established. A third alternative would be outsourcing most of Yums supply needs. Slide 9 Implementation Steps to implement the best alternative: splitting up the supply chain into regions hiring consulting teams for each region continue building a better storage system to aid in transportation of supply. Slide 10 Conclusion Yum! China have all the right direction towards their goal, only the supply constraints are cutting the way. However, the restaurants led by Yum! Are growing rapidly and out growing other competitors in China. In the Future, Yum! Planning to reach 800 million by 2025 in economic standing.