A New Yorker article posits that the Cheesecake Factory model would improve quality control and innovation in healthcare? Can it happen in staffing too?
I have never been to a Cheesecake Factory. I’ve seen them all around the country but the thought of stepping into one repulses me.
Cheesecake I like just fine, once a month maybe, but to devote not just a meal but an entire restaurant brand around an unhealthy, highly caloric dessert offends the soul. But who am i to say? After all Cheesecake Factory is doing just fine without me, and its stock has outperformed Apple during the last two years. Amazing.
As to the question of applying quality control to staffing in the Cheesecake Factory fashion, anyone have an opinion?