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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

Amazons price (even with nominally free shipping) has to include the costs of getting the product to your home. 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. Amazons price (even with nominally free shipping) has to include the costs of getting the product to your home. No selling of products or services.

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.