This is part 2 of our podcast with Sumit Mitra, CEO of Tesco Global Business Services. In the first podcast, Sumit shared his valuable insights on the state of the Retail industry and how the pandemic has indelibly changed the DNA of the Retail sector. In this episode, Sumit takes an inside-out view on how a retail giant like Tesco is solving for customer pain points in the pandemic, by restructuring itself from a people, process, and technology perspective.
Sumit shares some very interesting analogies to explain Tesco’s holistic approach to process and operations. He also sheds light on how culture plays a significant role in ensuring an organization’s success and how it is crucial for employers to become active listeners and not rely on a one-size-fits-all approach. Tune in now to listen to a behemoth's journey, centered around customer needs, and driven through agility and resilience.
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