Thriving on Chaos: Handbook for a Management Revolution
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Retailing has perhaps witnessed the biggest shift in this direction. In Managing in
the Service Economy, Harvard's James Heskett comments on Italian knitwear
maker Benetton, which "has pioneered a retailing approach throughout Europe ...
"The point about Dayton-Hudson's strategy," said Forbes, ". . . is not which
segment of retailing they chose, but that they chose one." In other words, don't
just stand there, be something. Sometimes a firm loses its uniqueness. Sears
lived by the ...
Grocer Stew Leonard considers retailing experience or skills at the cash register
secondary. First, he seeks outgoing people who are likely to be genuinely
friendly toward colleagues and customers. "We can teach cash register. We can't
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Achieving Flexibility by Empowering People
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