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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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Product Plans Gone Awry

By Tim J. Smith, PhD February 18, 2002

I attended the DCI (Digital Consulting Inc.: www.dci.com) CRM conference on Wednesday, February 13, to discover that some product visions have gone…

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Moving Forward
Prognostication about the digital future

By Tim J. Smith, PhD January 10, 2002

Since we have entered the time for prognostication, I offer these visions of the digital future. We all know the e-tech bubble…

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Power Risks California Power Problems Caused by Dumb Regulation, Not Deregulation

By Tim J. Smith, PhD February 5, 2001

Recent news concerning power outages have been of dour amusement for this Chicagoan. Once again, a subset of people (read: the state)…

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The Next Disruptive Technology – Distributed Generation

By Tim J. Smith, PhD September 25, 2000

Is Enron coming for lunch? Introduction The past three decades have offered ample evidence of the ability of disruptive technologies to create…

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