Walking the aisles with an expert

December 2009
Home Channel News;12/14/2009, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p38
The article provides the insights of J.T. Rieves of Home Depot Inc. on the business operation and strategy of the company. Rieves said that they did not change the 2008 playbook of the company. He also cites three fundamental to the strategy, such as customer service, in-stock and store appearance. Rieves also notes that it is an advantage for them to retain the usual business pointing out that trying new things is not needed in the presence of a great plan.


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