People: Managing the transition

May 1997
Progressive Grocer;May97, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p22A
Trade Publication
Discusses the three support areas of category management which is commonly known as `change management.' Comments of David Neel, senior manager of Ernst and Young about category management; Biggest impediment in achieving category management; Topics that must be demonstrated by retailers to be able to set the framework for category management; Three key organizational areas that must be addressed by retailers regarding category management. INSET: Performance measures..


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