The benefit of hindsight allows us to see the complicated processes and operating models. But these decisions are like this for a reason. Productivity expert, Simon Hedaux, joins the host and transformation expert, Oliver Banks, and together they explore why it’s not always easy to keep it simple. Plus, what you should consider doing to overcome the current uncertainty in the market.
Listen to this episode to discover:
- How things become complicated (or just plain wrong) over time.
- 5 words to help you get ready for the future.
- And finally, what we can learn from childrens’ (and adults’) sport.
And remember – grab your free spot for the upcoming virtual event: Retail Transformation Live. Attend and you’ll discover the post-pandemic trends. Also, what these trends mean for new retail operating models. And finally, how to build the capability needed to successfully deliver the transformation.
Further listening of the Retail Transformation Show podcast
Firstly, check out episode 113: Disruptive Thinking For A Volatile World. In this one, Dr Jackie Mulligan explains how we can get started in thinking differently about the future.
Next, take a listen to episode 118: The Agile Stores Manifesto with Julian Mills of Quorso. You’ll hear how you can take an adapted version of the Agile Manifesto and apply to retail stores.
Also, if you’ve not already done so, you might enjoy the earlier episodes of the Simplification Stories mini-series. Firslty, episode 137: Is Lean Six Sigma Still Relevant? Here, Simon Hedaux and Oliver Banks explore 7 principles that will help you simplify your operations and business.
And then in episode 138: Simplification Stories At Nisa, we’re joined by Steve Leach of Nisa Retail. So in this one, you’ll dive into some of the simplification projects going on in Nisa – and the challenges and considerations along the way.