Lessons From Domino’s Pizza

Domino is the name of a game played with small wooden or plastic blocks featuring one side engraved with distinctive markings and one blank or identically patterned, similar to dice. Each top of each domino also contains spots similar to dice for tracking purposes and when one of these dominoes falls it causes all others to tip over in an unpredictable chain reaction – this phenomenon known as domino theory also describes events predicted to unfold as they do so.

Stephen Morris has extensively studied the mechanics of dominoes. According to him, standing an upright domino gives it potential energy from resisting gravity’s pull; when it falls however, its majority of potential energy is converted to kinetic energy as it moves through the air. When one domino falls over on another it creates an electromagnetic field which influences nearby dominoes to follow suit; its force depends on their distance apart and is most powerful near its center of chain.

Playing dominoes can be exhilarating; its most thrilling moments involve watching its chains grow and build before eventually cascading down in an exhilarating rhythm. The same principle should apply when writing your story: each scene should build upon itself to create ever-increasing momentum. For this reason, it is vital that too many new plot points don’t emerge too rapidly in your tale.

My clients who utilize my book editing services learn an important lesson when they hire me: to think of each scene like a domino. Too many dominoes can easily cause the story to tip over.

Domino’s leadership team recognized that in order for their business to flourish, they needed to be proactive about listening to both employees and customers – this meant reviewing values to make sure they still fit with its future direction.

Domino’s had a core value that stressed the importance of “Championing Our Customers.” This required taking time to listen and implement changes based on customer feedback; such changes improved customer satisfaction while increasing its standing as a leader in the food industry.

Domino has also learned the value of accepting change. By adapting their hiring practices and taking an innovative approach to hiring employees, the company has created a better-trained workforce which is more willing to stay with it for the long haul.

Domino has developed new tools to assist data analysis teams streamline their workflows and become more efficient. These tools are inspired by best practices from software engineering; however, differences between data analysis and software development may cause friction when trying to implement these tools into existing analytical workflows. In response to this issue, they have designed an entirely custom platform specifically to bridge this gap and speed up modern analytical workflows.