In-N-Out: A Different Path to Success
In-N-Out was an iconic burger chain that had changed little since it was founded in 1948. The company remained family-owned and had continually resisted going public. The company was only located in seven US states and grew slowly and deliberately in order to ensure that it could continue to offer a high quality product and experience to its customers at low prices. Current CEO Lynsi Snyder was interested in continued growth for In-N-Out, but not at the cost of sacrificing the quality of its products or the unique way in which the company operated. How could she grow the company without altering its identity? Fabrizio Di Muro is affiliated with University of Winnipeg.