Right now, we’re seeing change accelerate in all areas of life, but especially in retail. Many retailers are needing to reinvent and evolve. But, we often resist change, transformation and reinvention. Instead, we prefer the perceived predictability of the status quo. But what if change was a good thing? Business reinvention expert, Joe Jackman, the Reinventionist, joins Oliver Banks to explore the critical need for reinvention and the Reinventionist Mindset.

Listen to this podcast episode to discover:

  • Why reinvention isn’t what you think it is.
  • Why is it critical to reinvent – and are there other options.
  • How often you need to do reinvent your business? (Hint, it’s much more frequently than it used to be!)

Plus, discover what Dr Seuss can actually teach us all about reinvention.

This is part 1 of the conversation with Joe Jackman. Be sure to check back for part 2, coming in episode 88.

If you’re coming to Retail Transformation Live – you’ll love this conversation. Joe will be the closing keynote speaker at the virtual event on the 9th July.

Not coming to Retail Transformation Live? Oh no! But, I really don’t want you to miss out – fortunately, you can sign up now, for free at www.RetailTransformation.Live.

Introducing Joe Jackman

Joe Jackman, Jackman ReinventsJoe Jackman is the CEO and Founder of Jackman Reinvents and a Reinventionist. Joe has advised retailers and consumer companies for more thirty years. In turn, he has been invaluable to leaders who are intent in truly reassessing their strategy and pursuing insight-led reinventions of their businesses.

He has held senior roles at large retail brands like Loblaws, Walgreens, Old Navy / Gap and Duane Reade. In these businesses, he’s been a strategist, creativity director and marketer and, now, Reinventionist.

Throughout his career, he has helped companies create the most powerful and relevant versions of their brands and businesses in record time. He is widely considered to be the leading expert on rapid reinvention. Joe lives in Toronto, Canada; works across North America; and lectures around the globe.

What if change was a good thing? Introducing the Reinventionist Mindset

The Reinventionist Mindset: Learning to love change and the human how of doing it brilliantly - by Joe Jackman

The Reinventionist Mindset: Learning to love change, and the human how of doing it brilliantly. This is a unique, human-centric approach to transformation. Furthermore, it’s a ‘how to’ for those on a journey to their most powerful version of themselves or their business. So, if you are keenly aware that the time to move is now, then this is for you.

Change is everywhere and accelerating. But, that’s not breaking news. Yet, we continue to see the impact on our businesses and livelihoods because our human instinct is to resist change. Ultimately, instead of choosing change, we choose the status quo and see a steady and slow decline.

But, what if we could see change as a good thing? In The Reinventionist Mindset, Joe Jackman reveals the secret sauce of successful reinvention alongside analysis of transformations that failed.

Jackman Reinvents

Joe’s company, Jackman Reinvents, works closely with leadership teams and private equity to build ‘Category of One’ businesses. They systematically transform brands, their value propositions and customer experiences. Through this, the focus is on value creation: financial value, cultural value, and human value.

Discover more at: JackmanReinvents.com or buy the book from your local bookshop. The Reinventionist Mindset: Learning to love change, and the human how of doing it brilliantly – by Joe Jackman.

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