Steve Ritchie Has Big Plans For Papa Johns Moving Forward

Papa Johns is one of the biggest pizza franchises in the world today despite the controversy over the past several months. More than 100 thousand people are working at Papa Johns establishments around the world. Papa Johns has decades of good history, which is one of the things Steve Ritchie has pointed out in his new position as the companies CEO. It is his job to bring the company up to par with the press and bring them on a course that provides new growth and support. According to Steve, new methods are needed if Papa John’s is to regain its former position and it is only natural as each generation brings new changes.

Steve Ritchie was quick to get to work at Papa Johns trying to turn things around after the controversy and he even issued his own apology to appease the actions of the former company head. One bad egg doesn’t mean the entire batch is bad and there are many employees and management at Papa Johns still dedicated to bringing the best pizza and experience to their customers. On his bloomberg profile, it mentioned that Steve Ritchie doesn’t want people to believe this is a plea to come back, but a showing of good faith that he wants to truly bring Papa Johns back in line with its former values, customers happiness being the top priority.

Although Steve Ritchie is the new CEO for Papa Johns, he is no stranger to management and was even personally selected to be the companies CEO for his impressive leadership capabilities. So far, Steve has done an impressive job standing on behalf of the company, though he admits there is still a lot of work to be done before Papa Johns is where he envisions it. The community has always been an important part of what Papa John’s cares about. Happy customers and happy employees are the most effective way to run a company and Steve is currently on a mission going around country to see what can be done to improve the working experience at Papa Johns just as much as the customer experience. Connect with Papa John’s on Twitter.

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