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Karen Rondeau

Karen Rondeau is the vice president of creative services with LPM Media Group.

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Walmart Asset Protection 2017: Problem Solvers and Business Partners

Industry News

Walmart Asset Protection 2017: Problem Solvers and Business Partners

LPM Media Group was on site in August at Walmart’s Asset Protection National Meeting in Rogers, Arkansas, where the theme of the event was problem solving—simplification, embracing change, embracing the uncomfortable, and engineering out the complexities. Joe Schrauder, vice president of asset protection and safety, emphasized that “preventing loss becomes even

LPM at Walmart’s AP National Meeting

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LPM at Walmart’s AP National Meeting

LPM was on site with the EyeonLP team at Walmart’s 2016 AP National Meeting from August 30–September 1 at the Springdale Convention Center in Springdale, AK. The mission? To help capture the highlights of a week-long gathering of over 500 Walmart asset protection team members. Throughout the week, the team

Part III. Oh, the Places You’ll Go…

LPM Voice

Part III. Oh, the Places You’ll Go…

Just as you would any important project, you’re about to invest time, allocated budget, and other resources into building what you hope will be an effective awareness program – one that will surely impact associate behavior with the desired outcome.

Whether it’s shrink reduction, accident prevention, emergency preparedness, or any other

Part II: Oh, the Places You’ll Go…

LPM Voice

Part II: Oh, the Places You’ll Go…

Creating an effective awareness campaign begins with raising your own awareness. In Part I of this series, our focus was on the importance of being aware of the corporate culture in which your awareness campaign will be created. Once you’ve made key leadership aware of your plans – and even

Part I. Oh, the Places You’ll Go…

LPM Voice

Part I. Oh, the Places You’ll Go…

Could it be that creating an effective awareness campaign begins with your own awareness?As someone who has been directly involved in creating, promoting, and managing internal communication programs for well over a decade, I can earnestly say, “Yes, yes indeed, (98 and ¾ percent guaranteed).”
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