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Push vs. Pull Marketing: A Quick Guide

They have to develop strong relationships with retailers and distributors or it’s not going to work. If your company isn’t able to effectively negotiate with retailers and distributors, your products aren’t going to get stocked or given good placement. Then there are new products.

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Why Identifying as a Project Business is Critical For Success

The Lazy Project Manager

Project Business is an industry just like Retail and Manufacturing because projects are their primary business function. For example, if we think of a Retail Business, it’s about reselling goods to consumers. Whatever it is, if you sell it to consumers, you are a Retail Business. It doesn’t matter what goods you sell.


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Project Management Tools for Retail


For example, retail. the mentioned is what makes a retailer a typical project manager. As such, every retailer needs a helping hand if they want to be competitive on the market and don’t wish to be eaten together with their shoes by competition. Revenue and expenditure, the target market, supplies, etc. ?

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Exploring the differences: Projects vs operations examples

Rebel’s Guide to PM

Let’s say you work for a clothing retailer. In other words, the parts of the business that keep the lights on. This includes both the ‘front-line’ services and the ‘behind-the-scenes’ services.

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Bridging the Online and Offline: How to Apply Product Thinking to Expanding Your eCommerce Business

Speaker: John Cutler, Product Evangelist and Coach at Amplitude

In a post-COVID world, online retailers are forced to reevaluate their position and address the challenge of adopting new customer experiences. Even brick and mortar businesses are integrating more digital approaches to CX -- testing out loyalty programs and subscription-based models.

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Production Scheduling Basics: Creating a Production Schedule

There are three types of production scheduling, master scheduling (which defines the entire process from start to finish), manufacturing or operation scheduling (for routing raw materials) and retail operation scheduling (to get the finished product from the manufacturing facility to stores).

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A very short course in PM

Musings on Project Management

Buy them at any online book retailer! Take a look at this presentation for a very short course in project management Five tools for managing projects from John Goodpasture.

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