Content about Distractions

November 16, 2011

Lowe's has big plans. That's another way of saying it has a lot on its plate. 

During a third-quarter earnings call in which Lowe's CEO Robert Niblock described the company's performance as below its expectations, he was asked about distractions and changes and their impact on results. 

The CEO went on to explain that it's better to consolidate changes and get through them quickly than to wait for things to get better.