057: Leading a For-Profit Business as a Vehicle for Change | with Barry Nalebuff

Engaging Leader

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Breaking Up the Retail-Price Confusopoly

Harvard Business Review

Thus, while some economists, such as Ian Ayres and Barry Nalebuff , have argued that firms can profit from honest pricing, their competitors can take actions to mute that. Thus, while some economists, such as Ian Ayres and Barry Nalebuff , have argued that firms can profit from honest pricing, their competitors can take actions to mute that.

Use Co-opetition to Build New Lines of Revenue

Harvard Business Review

From the WordPerfect-Novell acquisition that led to bankruptcy, to the misfires of the Target-Neiman holiday experiment, it’s clear that despite the plethora of management literature on how to launch a successful partnership, collaborations often go bust. As management professors Adam M. Nalebuff have written in their book Co-Opetition , businesses that form co-opetitions become more competitive by cooperating.