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Feel confident in your understanding of retail innovation by studying the fun lessons in this self-paced course. Lessons offer a comprehensive introduction to retail innovation and guide you through detailed explanations of intrapreneurship in retail management, how to evaluate retail innovation, ways to gain a competitive retail advantage, threats to retail innovation and more. Feel free to visit these lessons as often as needed and navigate them in any sequence that suits your study needs. When you're ready, our multiple-choice quizzes, chapter exams and final exam can gauge your understanding of this course. Around-the-clock computer and mobile access lets you study any time and in any convenient location.
Among individuals who can benefit from this course are students who can use the lessons and quizzes to gain a quality understanding of retail innovation while working on a class assignment or studying for a test. Professionals can use this course to strengthen their retail knowledge and enhance their work performance. Educators can utilize the resources in this course to supplement learning materials in the classroom.
|Introduction to Retail Innovation||Details the evolution of American retail, and defines innovation in business and retail. Discusses the importance of creativity, innovation and change in business.|
|Strategic Retail Perspectives||Defines the global environment, retail lifecycle and inflection point in retail. Describes the five stages of economic development, decline in the retail lifecycle and impact of cultural norms on global businesses.|
|Evaluating Retail Innovation||Discusses marketing analytics and metrics, performance goals, return on investment and profitability ratio. Explains methods for measuring customer satisfaction, how to measure innovative performance and uses of digital analytics in marketing.|
|Identifying Long-Term Trends in Retail||Teaches diffusion of innovation, long-term retail trends and the impacts of customer needs, demographic shifts, changes in customer behavior and disrupters/accelerators on retail trends.|
|Intrapreneurship in Retail Management||Offers definitions of intrapreneurship, institutional entrepreneurship, retail intrapreneurship and the social intrapreneur. Covers different types of organizational change, differences between intrapreneurship and entrepreneurship and material challenges caused by organizational change.|
|Product & Process Innovation||Explains the definition, types and steps of product innovation. Defines quantum and incremental product innovation, multichannel retailing, collaboration tools and social network analysis. Describes public facing innovation and how to recognize opportunities for social innovation in organizations.|
|Innovation & the Customer Experience||Covers customer relationship management, consumer behavior influences and the relationships between consumer psychology, brand familiarity and the purchase process. Discusses ways to balance retail innovation and consumers' needs and get to know new customers.|
|Innovation through Greentailing||Offers an overview of greentailing, green marketing, greenwashing and green design. Describes how to implement greentailing in organizations and manage a green and sustainable supply chain.|
|Gaining a Competitive Retail Advantage||Discusses types of business strategies and competitive advantage. Lists Porter's generic strategies and target market strategies for successful business. Defines a value chain and Ansoff's product/market matrix for competitive strategies.|
|Retail Innovation: Opportunities & Threats||Describes experiential consumption, non-store and services retailing and retail innovation. Explains how businesses use demographic data and how demographic shifts provide retail opportunities. Teaches the direct-to-consumer sales model and how services retailers differ from merchandise retailers.|
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