The ‘New Ways of Working Together’ initiative is spawning more productive collaborations between retailers and manufacturers, based on common goals and measures
At the U Connect conference in Dallas earlier this month, Wegmans Food Markets executive Marianne Timmons reminisced about the genesis of “New Ways of Working Together,” which has grown to be a global initiative aimed at fostering better retailer-supplier collaboration. It started more than a year ago with a conversation between Danny Wegman, chief executive officer of Wegmans, Rochester, N.Y., and his daughter Colleen Wegman, president of the chain. “We were getting Colleen ready to do a ...
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