David McDonald started his career in OSI at the point when growth and innovation filtered operations. He became part of this development and embraced to date.
In an interview with CEOCFO Magazine, McDonald stated that he joined OSI Group 30 years ago and it had an incredible aspiration towards growth. This aspiration and drive still exist. The high interest towards growth and development is the foundation of the OSI Group culture. The dream back then was to be entirely global and be valued and trusted partners to their customers.
David McDonald witnessed the growth and development of OSI Group instilling much knowledge in him regarding the being steeped in the OSI Group Corporate culture and the inherent technical issues in the operation of close partnership with the various other companies based in other regions. McDonald intuitively came to understand the OSI Group leadership vision, its dedication not only towards growth but also towards the development of a stable workforce that incorporates long-term rates of retention.
David McDonald also affirmed that their vision has barely changed. The growth of this company is driven by their consistent dedication towards improvement and more delivery to their customers. He noted that OSI Group values the family within. They view their people and their customers as a part of their family. Their motive is to come up with products that offer maximum satisfaction to their respective families.
McDonald was grounded firmly on OSI Group leadership by the time China joined WTO, World Trade Organization back in 2001. When Otto & Sons experienced a concurrent growth with McDonald’s restaurant, OSI Group had already established its business foundation in China before the entrance of China. The OSI Group was set and well prepare to grow concurrently with the Chinese economy that was covered by a period of instant growth.
The growth was still in process as there were some joint venture entities led by OSI in conjunction with WFOEs (Wholly Foreign-Owned Entities) that were based in China. David McDonald was the central character who was involved in operating the Chinese bureaucratic labyrinth ins and outs. This was enabled by OSI Group leadership emphasis on a legitimate partnership with the neighboring businesses in conjunction with its corporate structure.