|Whole Foods Shows Why Companies Need To Plan For Success
Whole Foods Market is shuttering its store in Davis, California, today — one of nine the high-end grocery chain is closing after posting six consecutive quarters of declining same store sales.
The Austin-based company is becoming a victim of its own success. The organic food business it had a big hand in creating is exploding. Yet most of the growth is benefitting not Whole Foods, but its competitors.
This is a teachable moment for a lot of companies: Success can prove as big a business challenge as failure, if you fail to plan for it.
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