Page 1 of 5

Leadership - Hooters: More Than Just Wings

Continues for 4 more pages »
Read full document

Leadership - Hooters: More Than Just Wings

Page 1 of 5
Hooters: More than Just Wings
(“Aint No Thing Like a Hooters Chicken Wing”)

Introduction:
Ever since the first Hooters Restaurant opened in Clearwater, Florida in 1983, Hooters had been a hot fanamina. With locations in over 42 states, Hooters is in attempts to push itself in a global market and becoming one of the top food leaders in the industry. Its tremendous success has allowed it to have franchises all over as well. The concept of Hooters is basically featuring good looking women to market and sell their food and drink items. The great leaders down in corporate who started this business have had great success and have a very strategic organizational structure of managers and employees. Roles of Leaders:

In 1983, a group of 6 business men had a vision. They wanted a neighborhood place where they could meet, drink, eat and have fun. Plans were hatched and the Hooters restaurant was born. The theme was casual beach featuring a juke box, sports on T.V. and a menu that included burgers, seafood, salads, and of course the almost famous chicken wings. All this served to you by the beautiful world famous Hooters girls in their orange shorts and white tank-tops.

As leaders, it is important to create and maintain a healthy organizational culture. Hooters try to have the most motivated people in its organization; people who are hard workers and have good personalities. “Our people are the center of everything we strive to achieve as an organization. It is vital to our strategy that we attract and engage, only the best, motivated people who could create the Hooters spirit and have the potential and drive to grow with the business. Our vision is to lead the casual dining market by delivering the highest quality food and hospitality in a fun engaging environment giving our customers the unique and entertaining experience that Hooters is world famous for. We are a value driven organization, recognizing that how we achieve this is as important as the...

Rate this document

What do you think about the quality of this document?

Share this document

Let your classmates know about this document and more at Studymode.com