If you want to go to a pizza restaurant that believes in servicing their customers with superior performance, you may want to check out those franchises that are currently being run and managed by the CEO of Papa Johns. Steve Ritchie, President and CEO of Papa Johns is known for his commitment of standing by the company’s primary goals and objectives. Specifically, those that focus on the Papa Johns pizzas that says ‘People Are Priority Always’.
Heads of the Company Talking to Key Players Around the Country
According to his leadership, the company is taking an aggressive proactive stand in ensuring the people are always put first in any thing that the company is doing. In this way, restaurants all over the U.S. are paying close attention to a wide range of customers issues including listening to what people are saying about their products, services and their communities as a whole. For instance to find out what the front line managers, workers and consumers are saying, Steve Ritchie Papa John’s has traveled across the nation visiting stores in Dallas, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta and Los Angeles to get a good feel of what everyone is saying. By talking to first line management and their employees, he can make a lot of great headway into identifying areas that need to be improved. The feedback that he is getting is often very beneficial to making the changes that need to made now as well as in the near future.
Seeking to Make a Positive Impact on the Consumer and the Community
Because of the commitment that Papa John’s has dedicated its operations to, teams of their franchises are not becoming an arm of their own personal families. Based on the information that he has gathered, he is looking to take this restaurant to the next level by focusing on any interactions that affect the business. For instance, to make sure each community has a positive experience, they are also focusing on ensuring the local schools, charities and other sectors of the community are impacted with quality of a good company as it grows into the future. See their Twitter post here.