Jim Sullivan


Jim Sullivan is CEO of Sullivision.com, a resource for the industry providing tips and insight into training and optimizing staff.

Inspiring better teamwork in restaurants
Jim Sullivan shares 33 mantras to help improve training and teams
A brief history of U.S. foodservice
Jim Sullivan takes the restaurant industry back to its roots by detailing its origins
The new standards for success in restaurants
Tips on how to keep ahead of the industry curve
Tipping points of multiunit restaurant growth 
Jim Sullivan offers advice on expanding a brand from one to 1,000 units, and beyond
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Making the case for food as art 
Jim Sullivan examines the parallels between food and art
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Smart questions offer better business solutions 
Jim Sullivan shares questions restaurant operators can ask to improve business performance
8 challenges facing restaurant operators in 2014 
A look at the biggest hurdles for restaurants next year and beyond
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Bridging the DSR-operator gap  1
Jim Sullivan shares thoughts on building the relationship between distributor sales representatives and operators
The 'tending' in bartending 
Jim Sullivan shares thoughts on the importance of attentive, engaging bar service
An operator's guide to high-impact restaurant visits
A checklist of the eight critical steps that high-performing multiunit leaders take during visits to their restaurants
The art of a successful opening 
Jim Sullivan talks to several restaurant openers about the critical aspects of launching a new unit
How restaurant managers can quickly address challenges
Managers can solve problems efficiently by collaborating with the entire restaurant staff.
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Success is in the preparation 
Jim Sullivan shares tips on how to make the most of a unit visit as a multiunit leader
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Sullivan: Advice to my younger self 
Jim Sullivan offers up some life and restaurant business advice
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Learn from the past to stand the test of time 
Jim Sullivan shares his thoughts on improving your business with lessons from the past
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