Retail Dive just published Omni Talk’s (click here to subscribe) new feature on Amazon Go. While it may sound crazy at first blush — Amazon Go could in fact just … Continue Reading Amazon Go is more like Amazon ‘Uh oh’ | Retail Dive
A Happy Holidays and Year-in-Review Thank You Note from Omni Talk (subscribe here). Heading into the holidays, I want to take a moment to say, “thank you,” to all the … Continue Reading Omni Talk’s 2017 Best (as voted on by you)
This week Chris Walton and frequent Omni Talk contributor Anne Mezzenga collaborate, go back to high school, and bring 2017 to a close with their inaugural Omni Talk Superlative Awards. … Continue Reading 2017 Omni Talk Superlative Awards
Chris Walton and Omni Talk (subscribe here) are excited to share their first publication within the prestigious The Robin Report. Thank you to all the loyal readers and followers who … Continue Reading Omnichannel’s Death…Not So Fast! – The Robin Report
To close out 2017, Chris Walton and Omni Talk (click here to subscribe) deliver a tour-de-force look at everything there is to love and critique about Walmart this year.
Omni Talk (click to subscribe) guest contributor and omnichannel expert Anne Mezzenga shares the poignant lessons she has learned from her father and how they inspire her to keep forging … Continue Reading My Dad, an original gangster of entrepreneurship
In this conclusion of a two-part series, Chris Walton and Omni Talk (click here to subscribe) discuss why it is still REALLY hard to love Walmart.
In a compelling two-part series, Chris Walton and Omni Talk (click here to subscribe) chronicle everything there is to love, admire, and constructively critique about Walmart over the past year.
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.
A quick video comparison of Amazon Prime Pantry vs. Instacart shows why there is no way I am letting Amazon Pantry get inside my drawers.
A satirical examination of one of Terry J. Lundgren’s last public statements as CEO of Macy’s, and why he may be the Mayor of Shark City.