All it takes is one person or one thing to go wrong to mess up the flow of an assembly line.
The rest of the team has to call an audible and think and move fast on their feet while customers will keep piling in and ordering to the makers shuffle.
Chaos is a good test of composure. It’s too easy to take frustration out on other employees or even the customers in line. The only option is this: Keep the patience, be kind, and suck it up until the team can catch up again.
Mistakes are lessons in disguise. Now everyone should be better prepared to manage, if not thwart, the next disaster.