One-on-One Video Series: with Jim Inglis

The former Home Depot exec shares insights from "Breakthrough Retailing."

From 1983 to 1996, Jim Inglis had a front row seat on the growth of what is today the world's largest home improvement retailer. The former Home Depot executive vice president of merchandising is currently president of Inglis Consulting, with retail clients around the world.

Inglis is also author of Breakthrough Retailing: How a Bleeding Orange Culture Can Change Everything.

In the one-one-One interview above, he shares insights from the early days of The Home Depot, the importance of gross margin return on inventory investment, and his take on the reason he was left out of Built from Scratch, the founders’ history of the company.

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