Domino’s Pizza – More Than Just Domino’s Pizza

We’ve all seen those gorgeous domino constructions where, upon tipping one piece ever-so-slightly, all the others tumble with rhythmic movement. Such domino effects can be used to illustrate points or build tension in storytelling; they’re also an integral part of playing domino!

A domino is a small rectangular block made of rigid material such as wood or bone that is used in games for placing on top of another domino of its kind, creating a chain with one-way or two-way matching ends. Each domino bears its own number on one end and may be known by name such as bones, men, stones or cards; dominoes typically consist of wood, bone or plastic with one to nine dots on each side for gameplay.

Western-style dominoes games typically involve several players taking turns placing tiles onto a table so that their adjacent faces match either in either direction (for instance 5 to 5) or form some specified total such as a line of domino halves. Other domino games utilize mathematical properties of domino pips such as domino puzzles.

The word domino comes from Latin dominus, or master. It is believed that domino originally refers to monastic hoods; later the same term was applied to similar-looking masks with small domes at their top; eventually this term may even refer to whole masks themselves! Later still it became associated with gaming devices created in China around 12th or 13th century CE that feature this name – dominoes.

Domino’s may be best known for its pizza delivery business, but the company also has other plans. Recently it announced integration of its ordering platform with Apple CarPlay so customers can place orders directly from their vehicles. Furthermore, it has begun testing drone deliveries as well as developing an order fulfillment vehicle designed specifically to speed delivery times faster.

Domino’s spokesperson explained that their new vehicle reflects one of their core values – “Championing Our Customers.” They listen to customer feedback and take steps to improve things based on this feedback, an element which makes Domino’s an amazing place to work.

Domino’s employees understand that their leadership philosophy at Domino’s rests on the belief that leaders are created, rather than born. Before Doyle took over as CEO, David Brandon understood this principle and implemented several changes such as a relaxed dress code and new leadership training programs for employees. Furthermore, David Brandon regularly spoke directly with employees and listened carefully when listening was important – especially given their turnover rates at that time. Listening closely was essential in improving business operations.