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The greeter syndrome: like a silver candlestick, a good idea may need a little polish after awhile to remove the tarnish. (Raftery on Performance). Dec 1, 2002 686
The new cost of unsaleables: the pendulum of advantage is moving once again. (Raftery on Performance). Oct 1, 2002 802
A good store manager: to find and keep top-quality store managers, retailers may want to redesign the job. (Raftery on Performance). Aug 1, 2002 838
Shrinking scan-based trading fears: the left side of the brain says, "SBT is a logical step;" the right side says, "it scares me to death". (Raftery on Performance). May 1, 2002 839
Kmart's misfortune: Just exactly when does a cash cow change into an albatross around a retailer's neck? (Raftery on Performance). Mar 1, 2002 862
Toward tomorrow with the electronic product code: A package moves through the supply chain. All along the way, observers know everything about it. Supply chain problems are solved, once again. (Raftery on Performance). Jan 1, 2002 768
My visit to the future: Customers have a chance to shape the changes that technology promises to bring. (Rafter on Performance). Nov 1, 2001 712
Returning to collaboration. Aug 1, 2001 845
Curiosity and progress. Jun 1, 2001 891
Moving from plausible to possible. May 1, 2001 877
Skating a new course. Apr 1, 2001 886
Thinking far out of the box. Mar 1, 2001 994
How to get more from industry reports. Feb 1, 2001 951
The game goes on. Jan 1, 2001 903
Serving the community. Dec 1, 2000 888
Decoding the shrink factor. Nov 1, 2000 957
The art of the auction. Oct 1, 2000 1020
Standing too close to the blackboard. Sep 1, 2000 775
Valuing loyalty. Aug 1, 2000 940
Here's your launch; what's your hurry? Jul 1, 2000 838
A deafening silence. Jun 1, 2000 852
A taste of mind candy. May 1, 2000 748
Life in the fast lane. Apr 1, 2000 789
Business cycles, consumers and e-tailing. Mar 1, 2000 1006
A new store policy. Industry Overview Feb 1, 2000 1085
Glancing back while plunging ahead. Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 857
Staying connected. Dec 1, 1999 952
Ergonomics: The quiet revolution may be in danger. Nov 1, 1999 1015
The unsaleables question. Oct 1, 1999 952
Not-so-brilliant deductions. Sep 1, 1999 1064
Finding fault with blame. Jun 1, 1999 934
Y2K: beyond technology. May 1, 1999 1049
Who's minding the store? Column Mar 1, 1999 1035
Who said business is fair? Column Feb 1, 1999 1061
Barriers and changes. Jan 1, 1999 955
Flying under the radar. Column Dec 1, 1998 775
A new supermarket alternative. Apr 1, 1998 957
Targeting buyers by asking why; knowing what shoppers buy is important, but asking why helps retailers understand the potential of electronic commerce. Mar 1, 1998 785
A new gold standard. Feb 1, 1998 1027
Warriors, assemblers and cooks: battling with suppliers merely shifts costs in the supply chain. It does not help in the war for consumer dollars. Column Jan 1, 1998 887
Fixing what's broken. Dec 1, 1997 967
Stepping up to the plate. Nov 1, 1997 876
Scan-based trading. Aug 1, 1997 879
Trust busters and builders. May 1, 1997 833

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