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Retail Innovation Reframed

How to Transform Operations and Achieve Purpose-led Growth and Resilience

; Andrew Smith

Retail is defined by disruption; companies either adapt or are replaced by those that will. More so than ever learning how to reframe your business, apply change and stay innovative is key to continued success and survival. Les mer
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Retail is defined by disruption; companies either adapt or are replaced by those that will. More so than ever learning how to reframe your business, apply change and stay innovative is key to continued success and survival.

Innovation is hard for any organization, even more so for retailers where executing retail basics can often be seen as enough. But the difference between success and failure is increasingly becoming the ability to reframe your approach to innovation and use it to win the competitive edge, as Retail Innovation Reframed explains. Changing your business operations to solve customers' biggest challenges is how established household names and emerging businesses now thrive.

Featuring case studies including Walmart, Warby Parker, Starbucks and Amazon, Retail Innovation Reframed demonstrates how to weave innovation into the operating fabric your company to remain ahead of the curve. Start your journey to innovation and learn how to use change to succeed. Online resources include templates for testing and analyzing new innovations.

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Section - 00: Introduction;
Section - ONE: Why the retail industry needs to reframe;
Section - 01: Why retail needs to be reframed;
Section - 02: Why innovation is hard for retailers;
Section - 03: Retail innovation as a process;
Section - TWO: Your Innovation quest;
Section - 04: Stage 1 - Resetting the foundations and building an innovation Launchpad;
Section - 05: Stage 2 - Filter the right ideas using the golden rule;
Section - 06: Stage 3 - Get innovation-ready;
Section - 07: Stage 4 - Analyse and design the solution;
Section - 08: Stage 5 - Make the design and scale it;
Section - 09: Stage 6 - Embedding and making it the new normal;
Section - THREE: The different paths of innovation;
Section - 10: Urgent innovation;
Section - 11: Innovation in small retail businesses;
Section - 12: Weaving innovation into the operating fabric of your business;
Section - 13: Conclusion;
Section - 14: Index

Om forfatteren

Gareth Jude is Co-Founder and Asia Pacific Leader of ThinkUncommon based in Sydney, Australia. He was formerly group wide merchandise/marketing and store planning manager for the DSE division of Woolworth's where he led the launch of Australia's first full range, fully trading website by a traditional retailer. He has had several senior leadership or CEO roles in retail and is a highly respected influencer in Australian retail. He is passionate about educating the next generation of retailers and has done so at Sydney, Macquarie, University of Technology Sydney and Shanghai Jiao Tong Universities.

Andrew Smith is Co-Founder and Manging Partner for the Americas of ThinkUncommon, based in New York, New York. He has formerly held roles including the Head of Customer Experience Strategy and the Head of Retail Operations for Telstra in Australia as part of a retail career focused on experience and technology innovation. He brings a decade of successful execution of innovation as a process in retail across two continents, with a focus on the new skills required for retailing during disruption.