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Lessons from the front lines: inside a Communication Workshop

submitted by Jim Roddy

I’ve peered inside businesses large and small, and the only org I’ve seen that had everyone on the same page was when I was a self-employed sole proprietor. And that communication Shangri-La lasted only until I hired my first part-time employee.

5 Things That Refuse To Change in Retail

submitted by Kevin Graff

Everyone always talks about how fast retail is changing. That’s true. But, what’s equally true is that some things just never seem to change. Consider these never-changing issues...

Is Walmart failing fast enough to blunt Amazon’s onslaught?

submitted by Chris Petersen

Companies that don't embrace failure as a part of innovation, risk becoming irrelevant with fewer options to survive.

Retail Merchandising: How Do You Sell Slow-Moving Stock? (A Chat with Christine Guillot)

submitted by Francesca Nicasio

Dealing with slow or dead stock? Here are some proven merchandising techniques to help you sell slow-moving inventory.

The SMB Guide to Selling Online, Offline, and on Mobile: 5 Steps to Omnichannel Retail Success

submitted by Francesca Nicasio

Learn how to go omnichannel. Here's the ultimate — and we mean ultimate — guide to selling online, in-store, and on mobile.

5 Subtle Signs That Your Retail Store Is in Trouble (and to Do About Them)

submitted by Francesca Nicasio

Is your retail business headed for trouble? Here are 5 subtle signs you should watch out for.

Urban Decay Adds Some Glitz To Mobile Search

submitted by Alicia Fiorletta

Cosmetics, by nature, are highly visual and have a variety of subtle characteristics. So sifting through hundreds or even thousands of products is daunting.

Learn how Urban Decay is improving the mobile search experience to help customers find products faster.

Time Management for Retailers: 7 Tips to Save Time and Get More Done

submitted by Francesca Nicasio

Feel like you need more than 24 hours to complete all your tasks? Here are 7 retail-centric tips to help you get more done in less time.

Do you truly hold yourself Accountable, first?

submitted by Kevin Graff

Playing the ‘blame game’ is the norm, where everyone and everything else is to blame for everything that goes wrong. Unless you begin with “What could I do to make this better?” you’ll never move forward.

Anatomy of a Well-Designed Store: Retail Design and Layout Insights from Kizer & Bender

submitted by Francesca Nicasio

Looking to improve the design and layout of your retail store? This post offers timeless and practical advice you can immediately put into action.