Omni Talk (click here to subscribe) presents Omni Bag — where Chris Walton answers the questions on his readers’ minds about the future of omnichannel retailing, like one of this … Continue Reading November Omni Bag — Is Kohl’s between a rock and a demographic hard place?
In time for Shop.org 2017, Chris Walton and Omni Talk present a new flywheel for next generation retailing that can compete with Amazon.
Retail needs a new leadership culture — a culture of “do.” All of us, especially Boards of Directors and Wall Street, need to take accountability for it to happen.
Omni Talk presents Omni Bag — where Chris Walton answers monthly the questions on people’s minds about the future of omnichannel retailing, like what does the phrase “Store of the … Continue Reading 1st-Ever Omni Bag Answers — What Does “Store of the Future” Mean?
Starbucks order-pickup provides a window into the future of retail. If you haven’t tried it, you can watch the video and learn how easy it is to use.
Be afraid — soon your local Starbucks, the items sitting on your coffee table, and even the shoes on your feet and the shirt off your back will all become … Continue Reading Starbucks is Amazon’s Store of the Future (1-Minute Video Post)
Staffing a Research & Development effort is harder than it looks. Here are 5 simple rules to live by.
In 1978 the Quick Brown Fox Typewriter Company had a historical earnings call. What follows is a real account of that fictional meeting.
Omni Talk covers Eagle Eye’s Cherry’s Save Tonight with a new retail vibe. And, retailers are going nuts!
Lionel Ritchie, Malcolm Gladwell, Bicycles, and Ecology all intersect in this platform is burning look at the future of retail.
Omni Talk has expanded to 11 Its List of Signs that a Retailer is in Trouble.
An incredibly satirical look at the potential, subtle, and even absurd signals within retailers’ public statements that deserve our pause, our careful consideration, and our critique.
A discussion of Moore’s law and how it may be impacting the historical trajectory of retail.
A look at how Amazon, Wayfair, and others are creating a new definition of the word “product” in retail and proving that the size of your “P” does matter.
Weaver Post — A small but delectable bite of insight and comedy on why Amazon is winning the war on retail.