"My expectations are that we will get in there, take control of the business and give the people in the business the best opportunity to grow and prosper in that business. We did it in Coles and Kmart, and that requires people to be moved," Goyder told The Australian.
"The other part of the plan was we would take a handful of people from Bunnings — which I think is a world-class business — into a business that frankly isn’t world-class at the moment, and that we want it to become world-class."
Meanwhile, suppliers are being told to supply product to make Bunnings UK the cheapest in the market, beating B&Q, Wickes and supermarkets.
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