Assortment & Space Management Skills &nbsp;<h6>(Skill Development Program)</h6>

Assortment & Space Management Skills  

(Skill Development Program)

This program builds your skills to help you make better recommendations or decisions that affect product assortment and the retailer's shelf through a better understanding of each of these tactics.

3 Courses Included:  Efficient Assortment: A Step-by-Step ProcessSpace Management FundamentalsLeveraging Data for Advanced Shelving Solutions
Time Required: Approximately 6 hours
Prerequisites: None 

Do you every think how the decisions or recommendations that you make affect product assortment or space management for the retailer (like innovation, product lineup changes, promotion, display)?  Learn how to make more strategic decisions or recommendations by better understanding these two important tactics.

This program starts by giving you an in-depth understanding of efficient assortment, including common retail assortment strategies, and the process, data and analysis required to complete efficient assortment analysis.  Next, you will learn about space management, starting with understanding the fundamentals to understand about store fixtures and shelves, inputs required to do analysis and important considerations at the shelf.  The last course teaches you the best practices for effective space management. 

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Purchase Details

  • 365-day Access via  CMKG's Online Training and Resource Center, including individual course Hands-On Workshops, Downloadable Notes & Reference Guides, Knowledge Checks, and Course Tests. Desktop, Laptop and Mobile Devices compatible. 
  • Ongoing student support (Email, Live Chat)

*CMKG's Online Training and Resource Center includes many resources you can use in your day to day: a Resource Library with whitepapers, articles, tips and tricks, e-books and more; a dynamic Industry Glossary with >300 terms, each with a definition, formulas and links to other related descriptions; and 6 Student Webinars per year in topics suggested / chosen by students.