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The Circuit City Syndrome


Aug 1, 2014, 9:56 AM
This is what happens when a company just simply ceases to exist.

With 10 years of inside knowledge I know firsthand that this company is in danger of collapse. From the moment former CEO Jack Rooney stepped down and past away this company has been mis-managed and is a shell of what it once was.

It once was a respected place to work and I enjoyed working there. It is no longer respected and is simply disregarded as any threat from it's competitors.

Several of the values that were once very highly regarded from the "Dynamic Organization" still remain, but remain only on paper and are not practiced anymore. Trust and empowerment are two of the big ones that remain only on paper.

I quit on the company around 2 years ago but remain...

Aug 2, 2014, 1:53 PM
Good points. I agree that the company started the downward spiral as soon as Rooney stepped down. The liberal Carlson family decided that political correctness was more important than competency in their search for their next CEO. They decided to hire a woman with zero cellular experience who worked in marketing at McDonald's as their next CEO. The Carlson's don't want to be innovative in anything regarding the industry they are in. Instead, they wanted to be innovative in political correctness by hiring the first woman CEO (with no experience). How'd that turn out for ya?

The company rolled out a $200 million POS billing system that isn't even worthy to be used in some 3rd rate used car lot. What's worse is this billing system wa...

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