January 2018 Weighing Value, Pricing Careers, A Recovered Business Art and Strategic Movements

Top 6

“The billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros has launched a blistering and multipronged attack on Facebook and Google, arguing the tech giants’ size and ‘monopolistic’ behavior had made them a ‘menace’ to society, damaged democracy, and encouraged ‘addiction’ akin to gambling companies,” Business Insider

  1. Harsh accusations on revolutionary technological methods?
  2. Or insight into cancerous communication dependencies?
  3. Is Soros shining a light on an otherwise ignored point of digital contention?
  4. How would we wean off these tools?
  5. What’s their alternative now that we’re hooked?
  6. Is there no going back?
From the Archives

Value on the Table vs. Capturable Value

» December 2017

Checking Assumptions

» December 2017

A Bad Metric for Good Pricing

Thinking About a Career in Pricing?

» October 2017

Pricing and Sales: How to Begin Building a Better Relationship

» November 2017

If My Customers are Unique, Why Isn’t their Pricing?

Harvard Uncovers a 15th Century Business Success Manual

» October 2017

Shaping Customer Behavior through Commercial Policy

» November 2017

“Disruptive Innovation” Key to America’s Future

Strategic Movements January 2018

» October 2017

Is Retailing Becoming an Oligopoly?