Retail Executive

JAN-FEB 2018

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12 The List 10 By The Numbers Contents 4 Welcome to Retail Executive @RetailMag linkedin.com/company/RetailExecutiveMagazine w w w. Re t a i l E xe c u t i v e . c o m Insights: JA N UA R Y / F E B R UA R Y 2 0 1 8 V O L . 2 2 N O. 1 14 Cover Story: BARNES & NOBLE LP industry luminary Rosamaria Sostilio, VP LP at Barnes & Noble, explains why loss prevention has changed drastically over the years and what retail executives need to do now to protect their assets. RETAIL EXECUTIVE (ISSN: 2380-8071) Vol. 22, No. 1. This magazine is published six times per year (with issues of January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, and November/December by Jameson Publishing, Inc. at Knowledge Park, 5340 Fryling Road, Suite 300, Erie, PA 16510-4672. Phone (814) 897-9000, Fax (814) 899-5587. Periodical postage paid at Erie, PA 16510-4672 and additional entry offices. Copyright 2017 by Peterson Partnership. All rights reserved. Printed in the USA. SUBSCRIPTION RATES For qualified readers in the U.S. and Canada: $0. For nonqualified readers in the U.S. and all other countries: $197 for one year. POSTMASTER: Send address corrections (Form 3579) to Retail Executive, Knowledge Park, 5340 Fryling Road, Suite 300, Erie, PA 16510-4672. 26 TECHNOLOGY The Prospects For Blockchain Adoption In Retail 5 Contributor Bios 6 Viewpoint 8 Editorial Advisory Board/ Ask The Board Columns: 32 OPERATIONS Why Self-Actualization Is The Future Of Retail 30 INNOVATION Data In Omni-Channel Retailing Is About Art, Not Science 28 INNOVATION Retail Robots: The Next Frontier 18 The Future Is Facial Recognition Once privacy and security concerns and kinks in the technology are overcome, facial recognition tech- nology will change retail, according to Kesha Williams of Chick-fil-A. 24 Retail Technology: Where Are Investments Going? Omni-channel and personalization are driving new investments both in the store and the supply chain. Follow Us: RETAILEXECUTIVE.COM JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 34 OPERATIONS Do You Know Your Cyberattack Response Plan? 36 CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT The Fullfillment Center Next Door 38 CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT Building Authentic, Long-Term Customer Relationships 42 LEADERSHIP LESSONS Two Habits Your Customers Want You to Give Up 40 DEEP DIVE 5 Recommendations For Incorporating AI Into The Business

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