Kroger's history and current strategies reflect its willingness to be flexible and adapt to the needs of the customer
For even longer than Kroger has employed its “customer first” strategy, it has printed the following sentence on each of its employee paychecks: “A satisfied customer made this paycheck possible.” After a century and a quarter of building itself up and tearing itself down, of rethinking its tactics again and again, Kroger has arguably reached a point where it is satisfying customers better than it ever has. Its estimated $69 billion in 2007 sales leads all conventional supermarket ...
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