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As technology transforms the world in which we live and work, there’s plenty of discussion about ramifications for the country’s workforce. I'm particularly interested in the future of the one in ten workers in the United States economy currently employed in retail.
While store dashboards are ubiquitous in retail, today’s store leaders need more than numbers on a screen. Store managers thrive when they have the relevant data at their fingertips to make decisions quickly without getting bogged down in analysis or data manipulation.
I attended Shoptalk the other week in Vegas (along with 8,000+ other folks!) and came away impressed. The show was huge, energetic, thought-provoking, and exciting all rolled into four jam-packed days.
As a store leader, you have a front row seat to the changing retail landscape. Foot traffic, real estate, and omnichannel strategies are all top-of-mind. What needs more attention is how the retail workforce is changing and what that means for store management.