Jonathan Maze is the editor-in-chief at Restaurant Business. He is the host of RB's "A Deeper Dive" podcast and writes the restaurant finance newsletter The Bottom Line and its accompanying blog. He is a prolific writer and editor who has covered the industry in-depth for nearly 15 years. He is routinely asked to speak about the state of the industry at conferences and by numerous members of the media, including the New York Times and the Washington Post.
Sessions for Jonathan Maze
Leading With Your Values
CEOs and leadership teams are confronted with tough challenges all the time and in the past two years, those challenges have included a global pandemic and perhaps the biggest gap in the labor force in the history of the restaurant industry. Domino’s CEO Ritch Allison and his leadership team have charted their course through tough times using their aligned values as their guide. During a candid conversation with Jonathan Maze, Ritch will share how Domino’s values-based leadership helped turn this iconic brand into the largest pizza chain in the world.
2021 Restaurant Leader of the Year
José Cil is a Miami boy, the son of Cuban immigrants whose family ate at Burger King on special nights. He rose to become the lead of the chain, having helped it become a global behemoth, and now he leads parent company Restaurant Brands International, which also owns Popeyes and Tim Hortons. He guided Tim Hortons’ improvement while Popeyes ignited the chicken sandwich wars with the best new product introduction in modern industry history. Restaurant Business readers chose Cil to be the Restaurant Leader of the Year, and Cil will share his leadership strategies in an interview with Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Maze