Think of a pilot as a “test run,” an opportunity to work out the bugs before committing to carrying out a strategy broadly. As noted in the chapters on developing strategies, the tools you elect to use in your strategy should be selected based upon the barriers and benefits that you have identified. To pilot the strategy introduced in the previous chapter, store managers of two supermarkets would be approached and asked if they would be willing to participate. The two stores would need …

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