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The 6 P’s of Retail are: People, Place, Product, Price, Promotion and Pixel (Technology).
While there is a lot to be said about all of the P’s, the majority of productivity can be attributed to one P in particular, and that is People. "Best Practices for Managing a Multi-Unit Retail Operation", focuses mainly on People - both customers and employees. Knowing and doing all of the right things when it comes to customers and the people serving them, gives you a tremendous competitive advantage over other business owners who are caught up in details and projects that, however important, simply cannot have the same impact on your business.
Undoubtedly you have many tasks and projects that need your attention. And, granted, probably none of them are a waste of your time – you have to do it all and, very likely, you are the only one that can do them. You may not have anyone to delegate tasks and projects to.
However, whatever else you have to do, the one thing that you cannot afford to procrastinate on is your in-store operation - get that working well and you’re almost guaranteed success.
As a business owner or a retail manager, it’s crucial that you understand what your store management and staff need to know, and do, to make your business successful. They are on the front lines and how well they do will determine whether you are successful or not. That gives your employees an incredible amount of power – it’s up to you to make sure that power affects you and your business positively.
You can do what most retailers do - hire people and provide some training so that they can get the basic job done.