By Evan Holownia, MBA Student, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
The stories about moves made by an iconic toy seller attempting resurrection and a commercial real estate developer’s seeking to empower its retail tenants with advanced customer analytics have valuable lessons for struggling retailers seeking pathways out of distress. The recent history of Toys...
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Evan Holownia is a second-year MBA student at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania studying organizational effectiveness and change management. He aspires to work in the turnaround and enterprise transformation space after graduating. Holownia holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown University and previously worked on turnaround strategy and public sector merger integration efforts among several subsidiaries of New York Homes & Community Renewal. Before that, he worked in finance as an analyst at Citigroup.