Think about that for a moment: to feed 100 customers, the kitchen might need to produce upwards of 150 plates of food!
This obviously made for some fairly unhappy customers, and it put even more strain on an already stretched kitchen. In this instance, Supply was unable to meet Demand…
We met Brian one Friday afternoon when we booked a car to take us to the airport to fly home for the weekend and he happened to pick up the job.
Right off the bat, Brian was personable and friendly, really cheerful (which honestly isn’t a given where cabbies are concerned), and his car was immaculate (again, not a given). Brian dropped us off and that was that.
Irritatingly, I went to take my medicine to find I only had 1 or 2 pills left. On Wednesday, I called by doctors surgery to ask if they can give me another prescription for the medicine. They’ve prescribed it before and it’s not a very dangerous class of drug. Read More
“We’re really busy at the moment. Could you email us about it in a few months?”
There’s a saying you may or may not have come across:
“If you’re not paying for it; you are the product”
I’ve seen images posted on various social media sites declaring that the 6 most dangerous words in business are “We’ve always done it this way”.
People talk about avoiding this kind of thinking, but it’s often easier said than done.