LPM Issues

March-April 2017

In this issue:

From effective collaboration with IT departments to an inside look at building an organization around data and technology, from the evolution of Walmart’s AP department to the impact of modern data analytics on the retail environment,” the March-April 2017 issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP professional.

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January-February 2017

In this issue:

From the future of retail video surveillance to an inside look at a career path at Price Chopper, from the new essentials of retail crisis management to the final chapter of “Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention,” the January-February 2017 issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP professional.

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November-December 2016

In this issue:

From a new way of thinking about retail loss to a conversation with David Shugan of Carter’s, from untangling inventory variance to identify fraud at 7-Eleven to the next chapter of “Fifteen Years of Loss Prevention,” the November-December 2016 issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP professional.

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September-October 2016

In this issue:

From LP Magazine‘s fifteen-year celebration to a rare interview with its executive editor, Jim Lee, LPC; from crisis preparations in the retail world to the role of diverters in ORC, the September-October 2016 issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP professional.

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July-August 2016

In this issue:

From store-level data analytics to understanding and influencing the decision to steal, from a look back at a career in restaurant safety to ensuring supply chain sufficiency, the July-August 2016 issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP professional.

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May-June 2016

In this issue:

From the journey to adoption of RFID in the retail enterprise to a retrospective on 40 years in LP, from looking at stores as possible terrorism targets to learning from Fossil’s global ambitions, the May-June 2016 issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP professional.

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March-April 2016

In this issue:

From big data in the retail enterprise to changing roles in LP, from rethinking shrink management to analyzing investigation techniques in “Making a Murderer”, the March-April 2016 issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP professional.

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January-February 2016

In this issue:

From the latest transformations in video strategy to the sophisticated asset protection program at Walmart’s Neighborhood Market, from comprehensive solutions for retail industry threats to the best ways to understand and relate to Generation Z employees, the January-February 2016 issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP pro.

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November-December 2015

In this issue:

From the frontiers of mobile payments to loss prevention at automated retail units, from the importance of staying connected to the LP field to the 2016 Product Showcase and Resource Guide, the November-December 2015 issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP pro.

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September-October 2015

In this issue:

From ensuring employee security during travel to emphasizing the the importance of loss prevention consulting, from identifying the challenges of asset protection to exploring third-party logistics solutions, the September-October issue of LP Magazine delivers new ideas to make you a smarter LP pro.

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