Unformatted text preview: The pizzas were made in a little shop in the beginning. The workers would walk around asking if people would like to buy a slice of pizza. The response was so great that they never advertised once in the first 3 to 4 years of business being open. 2. As the company grew, they were able to handle their management extremely well. In the beginning, the company was run by 7 men. Then, as it continued to grow there was an area manager assigned to 5 restaurant locations. The cost to make pizza was 20% of the price you sold it for; therefore, the company was able to use the extra money on management in able to keep standards high. 3. David Dutton knew it was time to leave the business because his interest was much more than managing 100 restaurant locations. He wanted to let someone else carry on the company....
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- Spring '08
- Management, Geographic information system, DMG Information, DMGI, Dr. Havelka MIS, business-to-business information systems