MacDonald – A Figure to be Reckoned by OSI Group

OSI Group has recently been on the headlines for all the right reasons. During his interview, OSI Group McDonalds expresses his satisfaction and attributes it to the able-minded team behind him that has ensured they meet there objectives. McDonald states that the exponential growth of OSI showcases there true efforts towards success.McDonalds who is currently serving as the President of OSI Group immediately after college began working for the Meat Institute in North America as its chairperson.OSI Group McDonalds in his recent interview states that his love and desire to achieve was intrinsically motivated.

The passion for Agriculture and Biology subjects as the main driving force behind his major in Animal Science in College can never be underestimated. He was sure enough that this will make sure he achieves his business dreams.OSI Group McDonalds career journey at OSI Group began 30 years ago where he was made to serve in the capacity of a project manager and he then later maneuvered his way to the top as the president of the firm.Through the massive experience acquired throughout his career journey, he has been able to see an upward growth curve of the premier production firm. The group is now enjoying popularity and success globally. All thanks to the strong ambitious team that is willing to go out of there way and get things done, a team that is customer satisfaction oriented.

OSI Group McDonalds has ensured that the firm has become the major food provider of products and services to customers at there doorsteps. The ever-evolving world of technology making the firm the best match for many.OSI Group McDonalds strategy has been making market research that will enable them to understand the culture of a people, there desires and wants before settling on what product to produce.The group’s vision has been to meet customer expectations and even go much far beyond. This has been made possible by the high quality products and services they offer, hence getting there the first customer was as easier as a cup of tea.OSI Group since it is privately owned, it allows for flexibility if need the arise hence its success.

Inside the life of a Forbes Top 400 Business Professional

Finding yourself on the Forbes Top 400 Business list does not come easy, but Peter Briger sometimes makes it look that way. With over twenty years of business and professional success behind him, Briger has blazed a trail of accomplishments which can certainly be described as impressive. While presently working for Fortress Investment Group LLC, he also has a rich history behind him.

Peter Briger earned his Bachelor of Arts while attending Princeton University. He then went on to the University of Pennsylvania where he got an MBA in business administration from the Wharton School of Business. Briger remained active at Princeton University after graduation, holding a seat on the Board of Directors of the Princeton University Investment Company. Briger has also shown support for the Central Park Conservancy at Princeton.

Beginning his professional career at Goldman, Sachs & Co., Peter Briger spent 15 years developing his leadership skills and investment wisdom. He went on to become a partner in 1996, but on the way to that position he held numerous leadership roles such as co-head of the Asian Real Estate Private Equity business, the Asian Distressed Debt business, the Special Opportunities (Asia) Fund LLC, the Fixed Income Principal Investments Group, and the Whole Loan Sales and Trading business.

In his current post, Peter Briger holds the position of Principal and Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors at Fortress Investment Group. Fortress is an investment management firm which resides in New York City. Since he joined the company in 2002, Briger started the Fortress Credit business. This group of employees, numbering over 300, deals with distressed credit investments and undervalued assets.

That would be enough for most people, but not for Briger. In an attempt to give back and aid others, he is a member of Caliber Schools, which endeavors to help students on four-year educational programs pass their examinations. As if that is not enough, he also sits on the Tipping point board, which is a non-profit designed to help low-income families in San Francisco.