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Wendy Johnson's Take on Talent Acquisition and the Value-Based Framework

Wendy Johnson’s Take on Talent Acquisition and the Value-Based Framework

By Tim J. Smith, PhD October 21, 2021

Sometimes – ok, maybe often – a pricing study delivers facts that are in opposition. One measurement indicates the price should be high, while a different measurement indicates the price should be low. What should be done?

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Persistence as a Pricing Virtue

Persistence as a Pricing Virtue

By Nathan L. Phipps October 21, 2021

Shepherding a management decision can be difficult. Without a story, it is nearly impossible. Pricing professionals have many tools in their toolboxes, but I advise all of you to not underestimate the power of storytelling in your pricing projects.

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The Amazing Elite Dating Market

The Amazing “Elite Dating” Market

By James T. Berger October 20, 2021

How do you market a product that is still federally illegal? There is a form of marketing that’s ideal for marijuana – it’s called guerrilla marketing. It uses cost-efficient techniques to capture brand awareness with the target market without interrupting them.

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Strategic Pricing Movements October 2021: Samsung

Strategic Movements October 2021

By Tim J. Smith, PhD October 20, 2021

Campbell Soup Co. (CPB) announces price increases to counter rising steel costs, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. announces price increases ahead of fall negotiations, and MCR Hotels starts charging for previously free amenities.

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Pricing with Conflicting Facts

Pricing with Conflicting Facts

By Tim J. Smith, PhD September 21, 2021

Sometimes – ok, maybe often – a pricing study delivers facts that are in opposition. One measurement indicates the price should be high, while a different measurement indicates the price should be low. What should be done?

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