Foot Locker desperately needs some new and younger leadership. People who are in charge right now don't appreciate innovation and initiative. They're too stuck in the old ways of doing business that might have worked thirty years ago. Fresh ideas are being scoffed at and dismissed without a second thought.
One would hope they'd realize their mistakes with continuouly failing results, but nope. I think I read somewhere that definition of insanity is doing the same thing the exact same way and expect different results. If that is true, Foot Locker leadership fits the definition to a T.
Maybe, just maybe if we try some new things we might see our business pick up. But why bother when layoffs are always an option?