PORTLAND, Ore. -- Retailers who have the capabilities more than the scale are likely to sustain growth for the rest of the decade, a management consultant told Executive Forum 2004 here, sponsored by the Food Industry Leadership Center at Portland State University. "There is no direct correlation between scale and growth," explained Phil Bonanno, vice president, training and content, Management Ventures, Cambridge, Mass. "Many large-scale operators will see a deceleration or even negative ...

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