Meet The Women Who Saved Best Buy



by Jen Wieczner , Fortune

“No matter how much your family got on your nerves last Thanksgiving, Best Buy executives probably had a more stressful holiday than you did.

By the time Turkey Day 2014 arrived, the company had spent two years pursuing a sweeping, difficult turnaround strategy, and with the kickoff of the holiday shopping season, when Best Buy typically earns a third of its annual revenue, the stakes were stratospherically high.”

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  • Jeff Pesek

    “Men tend to be like horses. They see the goal, and
    they march,” says Joly. “Women tend to care more about the group … be
    more sensitive to the mood. Because you may arrive to the goal, but if
    everyone is, like, dead in the water, that’s not a great outcome.” – LOL.