Retail operating models have behind many of the big retail success stories of the past few decades. But, in today’s uncertain world, ever-accelerating and with an increasing focus on agility and flexibility, is there really a need for operating models any more? Listen in to join Oliver Banks and explore if retail operating models are dead.

So, listen to this episode to discover:

  • Why many thoughts suggest classic operating models aren’t suited to the current climate.
  • How the retail operating model is transforming.
  • And finally, what should you be doing with your retail operating model now?

Contact Oliver Banks

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Or email on oliver.banks@obandco.uk.

Listen to more podcast episodes

If you enjoyed this episode of the Retail Transformation Show, check out these other episodes:

Firstly, take a listen to episode 29: 5 Big Challenges With Retail Operating Models.

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In episode 116: Understanding Agile with Laurens Bonnema guiding us through. In this episode, Laurens breaks down Agile into a simple mindset: “common sense with an uncommon level of discipline.”

116: Understanding Agile with Laurens Bonnema- The Retail Transformation Show with Oliver Banks

Plus, check out episode 112: Key Themes For Retail Transformation In 2021.

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Then in episode 111 was about Defining Your Perfect KPIs

111: Defining Your Perfect KPIs - The Retail Transformation Show with Oliver Banks

And finally, listen to episode 105: Simplifying Retail Operating Models

105: Simplifying Retail Operating Models - The Retail Transformation Show with Oliver Banks

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