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    Chili’s originated with wanting to become a place for people to hang out with good company over some food and a drink or two. This restaurant is about creating a connection with family and friends that integrate over the love of food. The first location was opened in Dallas, Texas in 1975. It was first a post office before it became a little hangout place named Chili’s. The company was founded by Larry Lavine which is now taken over by Brinker Incorporated. Larry’s idea of Chili’s was going to be

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    Brinker International, Inc. SWOT Analysis SWOT refers to the Strengths and Weaknesses of an internal factor of a firm and the Opportunities and Threats of an external environment facing the firm. SWOT analysis is a technique widely used by managers to provide strategic overview of the company. The best approach and most effective technique to SWOT is maximizing the company strengths and opportunities and minimizing weaknesses and threats. When this assumption is applied accurately, the outcome of

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    In the evening of September 20, 2003 four friends chose to eat at Chili’s Grill and Bar and at the end of their meal they received their bill of $56 dollars and made a decision to walk out without paying their tab. A regular at the restaurant noticed this decision and chose to walk out of the restaurant and follow the four friends with his white unmarked vehicle. Once the friends noticed they had someone following behind them they stopped into a Best Buy parking lot where they were then confronted

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    I am feeling repentant about dining at Chili’s, last week, due to the terrible experience that I had. The semblance of the restaurant from the outside, made it seem like a nice place to dine in, but when I stepped into the place, it had a very unkempt appearance. Not only was the interior appearance untidy but the smell of the place made me feel nauseated. It smelled as if there has been a dead rat in the place for a week. When I took a seat, I hoped that an amiable waiter who reveres their customers

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    Kessler visited the restaurant Chili’s Grill and Bar in Chicago O’Hare Airport and complete research by viewing a couple eating lunch, he noticed that the female was overweight and consumed a significant amount of food. He discusses the event of another woman that ordered Chili’s Kickin Jack Nachos, she completed two-thirds of her dish and then pushed her plate away from her place at the table, only to reach over the table and finish the remainder of her dish. While at Chili’s Bar and Grill, Kessler would

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    are Chili’s and TGI Friday’s. On several of the images I viewed the percent of male and female were about half and half. For the images I viewed that included minorities they images showed far less minorities I would estimate 40%. I did not see any disabled people on either website and I saw one older employee pictured on the Chili’s website. Chili’s and TGI Friday’s are global companies and on their websites they strongly promote diversity as seen here. The picture below is from a Chili’s in the

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    by Steve Ells serving burritos with fresh made ingredients, which later became an American chain of fast casual food. Similarly, Chili’s opened on March 13, 1975 by Larry Lavine in Dallas Texas, selling several types of hamburgers at low-cost. In 1983, Levine sold the company to Norman E. Brinker, formally with the Pillsbury restaurant group. As well as Chipotle Chili’s has survived against competition by implementing new ways to differentiate. As of December 31, 2015, Chipotle has managed around

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    PROCESS RECOMMENDATIONS and IMPROVEMENTS After defining our standards, measuring the data, and analyzing the information it was time to improve the products and processes. This was done by assessing the manpower, materials, methods, meals, and machines related to the process. This tools used in the analysis were the fishbone and process flow diagrams shown below. Some concepts on the fishbone diagram are related to the product directly while others are related to the delivery process, the staff

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    Chili's Debacle Leaves Veteran Without a Free Meal on Veteran's Day For most, Veteran's Day is a day meant to honor those who serve and defend our country. Many restaurants offer special discounts and free meals for those who choose to dine with them on this day. Unfortunately, not all of these free meals go as plan. In fact, one Texas Chili's is receiving a lot of criticism after the manager took back a free meal from veteran Ernest Walker this past Friday. Walker was in the restaurant, taking advantage

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    PROCESS RECOMMENDATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS After defining our standards, measuring the data, and analyzing the information it was time to improve the products and processes. This was done by assessing the manpower, materials, methods, meals, and machines related to the process. The tools used in the analysis were the fishbone and the process flow diagrams shown below. Some concepts on the fishbone diagram are related to the product directly while others are related to the delivery process, the

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