The Great Transition
The Emergence of Unconventional Leadership
"Put The Mortar Back Into The Bricks Of Retail"
Be Brand and Market Ready for 2022 -2025!
The world of business and retailing has changed dramatically in the last year with the pandemic globally, and it will continue to do so at a very fast pace for the next decade.
Who Needs To Read This Book? Any Executive or Business Owner That Serves The Public And Is Serious About Their Business And Staying Relevant.
Are you ready?
Navigating through change calls for experience and knowledge in dealing with a business crisis, that is within a health crisis and trying to rebuild or continuing to grow all businesses in this environment.
On January 1, 2021 I wrote a Toronto Star article that simply states that there are two things retailers need to work on during 2021 because the recovery doesn't start until 2022 and the path to 2025 will need creative and innovative thinking.
As a retail advisor and global retail CEO, I authored The Great Transition, it is about the acceleration of change and how to prepare for it as an organization. The only way to resurrect businesses and retail is to become unconventional. I help companies navigate through transitions.
The Great Transition references to that window of opportunity businesses have been contending with for the last twenty years. With or without a pandemic leaders need this prescriptive book. I offer you leadership and management prescriptions that you only gain from real world experience.
My career has been one of effective leadership and surrounded by great talent. By way of business experience I am considered to be very diverse with backgrounds in retail, healthcare, foodservice, private equity as an advisor and electricity utilities as board director and chair.
WHO NEEDS TO READ THE GREAT TRANSITION? EVERYONE THAT WANTS TO BE IN BUSINESS FOR THE LONG GAME.
The book is in five parts:
Part One: The Disruption of Everything
Part Two: Survival
Part Three: Building A Defendable Brand
Part Four: RetailVolution A New Order
Part Five: A Test Of Leadership