To say Rodney McMullen hasn’t missed a beat may be true, but it’s not the main point. McMullen is only beating the drum faster since moving into the CEO’s office at Kroger at the beginning of the year. At Kroger, McMullen succeeded Power 50 stalwart David Dillon, whose 11-year run was marked by the deliberate development of the “Customer 1st” strategy through which Kroger slowly but steadily separated itself from conventional supermarket peers. McMullen’s ...
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