Apparently, Sears has failed. The big news in the business world this week was the announcement from Sears that they were probably not going to survive. Once the largest retailer in the US with over 500,000 employees, Sears appears to be on its final death spiral.
There are a lot of opinions on the Internet why Sears failed, so Steve is happy to share his. Watch this week’s Uncopyable video and learn the 3 big lessons we can all take away from the Sears debacle.
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Steve’s consulting clients have ranged from solo entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 mega-corporations, including Proctor & Gamble (advising on the Swiffer WetJet product launch), Nordstrom, Starbucks, Caterpillar, PPG, and Greystar Real Estate, to name a few. He has also consulted for many of North America’s largest exhibitions, including CONEXPO-CON/AGG, the International Manufacturing Technology Show, the Work Truck Show, AAPEX, and the Sweets & Snacks Expo.
Steve has presented over 1500 speeches and workshops around the world for corporations and trade associations in 126 different industries, including the prestigious main TED Conference. Besides his seven books, Steve has written for, and been featured in, over 250 publications, including "Fast Company," "Business Week," "Fortune," the "Wall Street Journal," the "Washington Post," and Highlights for Children. (OK, he made that last one up.)