Jim Sullivan

Jim
Sullivan
CEO,
Sullivision.com


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

Articles
Jim Sullivan
New Year's resolutions for restaurateurs 
Jim Sullivan points out areas where most concepts have room for improvement in 2013
8 steps successful restaurant managers take during shifts 
Industry expert Jim Sullivan looks at what successful restaurant managers do during shifts
10 tasks high-performing managers do before shifts 
Successful managers begin by examining the architecture of a profitable shift, breaking each one down into three manageable phases: before, during and after.
Managing next year’s biggest operational challenges 
Jim Sullivan looks at the obstacles operators face in 2013
5 reasons restaurants should sell more desserts 
NRN columnist Jim Sullivan advises operators not to ignore this end-of-the-menu section
5 ways restaurants can keep costs low and quality high 
It's important to reinforce to your team every day the importance of controlling costs
12 secrets to effective multiunit restaurant management 
Find out why your impact is always temporary
3 ways to improve restaurant team performance 
Why employees fall short of expectations
Jim Sullivan
Stay focused on your brand’s core values 
Jim Sullivan on plotting a successful course.
7 sales-boosting contests for restaurant employees 
Technique can boost slow periods
Waste not, want not: Ways to save big 
Jim Sullivan looks at ways to reduce waste in restaurants.
12 ways to become better partners with vendors 
Learn how to maximize sales and profits
5 ways to improve drive-thru accuracy 
Order accuracy is more important than speed
Three ways to improve restaurants' negative image 
Jim Sullivan on how to fix the industry's image problem.
6 ways to improve drive-thru speed 
Shaving time off drive-thru wait time can boost sales
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