THE RETAIL TRANSFORMATION SHOWTHE RETAIL PODCAST TO MAKE YOUR TRANSFORMATION A SUCCESS
ABOUT THIS PODCAST
The podcast for giving you the insight, the ideas and the inspiration that will help you to effectively deliver changes and transformation to your retail operation and business
The Retail Transformation Show is a weekly podcast. Each week, in 30 minutes or less, you’ll hear a mix of solo-shows with myself, Oliver Banks, as well as interviews with other retail and change experts and specialists.
You’ll take away:
- Unique perspectives and greater awareness of what’s going on in the retail market
- Ways to build your “A team” to transform your retail business
- Fresh, new ideas and opportunities to grasp with both hands
- Actionable strategies and tactics to apply to your business and improve retail
- Motivation to help you drive your retail transformation to success
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The pandemic has disrupted all areas of life, and retail is of course no exception. But as the world’s super-large retailers continue to expand their businesses, there are questions that we must all ask ourselves. These will not only help us survive but present a real opportunity to thrive. In this episode, retail futurist Doug Stephens joins Oliver Banks to explore retail in a post-pandemic world.
The pandemic caused turbulence for many physical stores. However, as life slowly returns, there are some big opportunities for stores to bounce back. Here to report from his store tours, retail consultant, Ian Scott, joins Oliver Banks. So listen now to hear examples of great physical store retailing, including examples from Selfridges, Lush, Primark, Homebase and many more.
We've seen huge shifts in the retail marketplace and as a result, there are now aspects that must fit in the modern retail operating model. This episode was recorded at the virtual event, Retail Transformation Live, so join Oliver Banks to explore further. You'll...
One of the key challenges with simplification is the deployment of it. Without effective change management processes, a so-called “easy” change can quickly become problematic. But there are considerations that you can take to put your change on the path to success. Join Oliver Banks and Simon Hedaux from Rethink Productivity and the close of the “Simplification Stories” mini series.
Retail Transformation Live is back. This is the virtual event to help give you the insight, the ideas and the inspiration to successfully transform retail. With expert speakers from around the world, you'll enjoy a variety of sessions designed to help you get future...
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 transformation expert, Oliver Banks, and together they explore why it’s not always easy to keep it simple. Plus what you should consider for current uncertainty in the market.
Simplification projects should boost improvement – but it doesn’t mean that they are necessarily simple themselves. They can be large and with many facets and workstreams. In this episode, I’m joined by Steve Leach, Sales Director at convenience grocery brand, Nisa Retail, to help explore how he approached some of their simplification. This is the secord of the mini-series, “Simplification Stories”, in partnership with Simon Hedaux from Rethink Productivity.
Simplification is still critical for continuously improving retail operating models. Lean Six Sigma has often been seen as a methodology to boost efficiency and cut costs. But in our fast-paced and agile world, is Lean Six Sigma still relevant? Join Oliver Banks and Simon Hedaux, from Rethink Productivity for the first of a collaborative mini-series called Simplification Stories.
The “circular economy” is a key topic when it comes to delivering true sustainability. But the term risks being misunderstood if used as a buzzword, although it offers huge opportunities. To help us understand the circular economy and what it means for retail is Karen Bendell – a creative former fashion designer come retailer CEO and strategist.
We’ve seen huge changes driven by the pandemic but consumer behaviour and the retail market continues to change. To respond, retailers must change and transform. But with so much going on, it’s easy to oversee important elements. So, in this episode, Oliver Banks highlights 3 driving factors to help you to make your transformation a success