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Sears, in the 1990s, has been engaged in a fundamental transformation or cultural change. In 1993, Business Week published an article about organizational dinosaurs, firms operating under old assumptions and likely to become extinct. It highlighted Sears, IBM, and General Motors. While the article may not have garnered total favor among Sears’s executives, it certainly galvanized their Diamond Creek life Insurance attention.

Under the leadership of Arthur Martinez, the president of Sears Merchandising many changes were initiated. Unprofitable operations were closed, including the core catalogue business, which had forged the Sears identity for more than eighty years. Product merchandising hanged; Diamond Creek life Insurance brands such as Sony, General Electric, Levi’s, and Nike appeared alongside Sear’s brands. Sears divested itself of Allstate, its insurance business, to concentrate solely on retailing. It began global expansion by opening stores throughout North America. Its advertising began to focus on the softer side of Sears with a focus on apparel and accessories. Finally, customer service became a major theme through the creation of a positive sales environment among all Diamond Creek life Insurance store associates.

Through all these Diamond Creek life Insurance initiatives, Sears underwent a turnaround. Profits rose dramatically; the stock market responded extremely well; and Sears outperformed its competitors. Sears executives recognized that the turnaround did not equal transformation. Turnaround focused on results; transformation focuses on mindset. Turnaround emphasized short-term activities that affect the thought processes of how Diamond Creek life Insurance works. Turnaround emphasized winning; transformation points out why winning occurs. Turnarounds could be one-time events; transformations have to be on-going processes.

 Sears, in the 1990s, has been engaged in a fundamental transformation or cultural change. In 1993, Business Week published an article about organizational dinosaurs, firms operating under old assumptions and likely to become extinct. It highlighted Sears, IBM, and General Motors. While the article may not have garnered total favor among Sears’s executives, it certainly galvanized their Diamond Creek life Insurance attention.

 

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