Any small business owner will tell you that it isn’t easy being small. You wear many hats, you work crazy hours and you may need to look really hard to find the resources to expand, especially in today’s economy. Still, a small, flat organizational structure does have its pluses: the power to move quickly, the freedom to take chances, the lack of quarterly earnings pressure and more. That’s why, despite the beating many restaurants have taken since the global economic ...

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