Author: Jennifer Mabie

What IS Retail Execution, Anyway?

It's not as dark as it sounds

You may have heard of it, but do you know what it is? Retail execution is fairly broad term. Depending on who you ask, it tends to mean different things to all the...

5 Easy Ways to Master Retail Execution

Whether you're a retailer, manufacturer - or a labor provider serving these industries - perfecting the in-store experience is hard. When you're managing teams who are responsible for executing...

Movista Founders' Week: Reflecting on a Growth Year

In 2010, our co-founders launched their startup as a small 2-person operation. What a difference 9 years makes! In what our CEO likes to call a "twelve year overnight success" story, Movista has...

How Technology Can Help Win the Holidays at Retail

You've already seen the signs. It begins with the re-appearance of Pumpkin Spice Lattes in coffee shops and then - before any of us can mentally prepare - out come the 100-ct. strings of LED...

The Quiet Influence of Introverts

My boss recently shared a story about a movie director he met at an event he managed during one of his early jobs. A total introvert and painfully quiet throughout the afternoon, this particular...

3 Tips for Building Trust with Remote Teams

Getting Things Done – Building Trust Equity

5 Ways to Build A Strong Company Culture within Remote Teams

What is Culture Anyway?

When I think about company culture, I tend to look at it much like user experience, but for employees. Culture is how employees experience working at your company or on...

National Interns' Day... or, as we call it, "Kristin's Day"

For National Interns’ Day, we wanted to take a moment to recognize, appreciate and celebrate our very own intern, Kristin Finical.

The Technology-Enabled Cat Herder

Cat herding is a time-honored business skill, although not a role that anyone usually asks for. Every company has one. If you don’t know that person in your company, it’s likely you.

Should you go to work when you’re sick?

This flu season has been particularly brutal, so it may be time to have an important discussion about this with your teams. Logic and reason would say “NO. Do not go to work sick.” But we know all...