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

Engaging Leader

The post 057: Leading a For-Profit Business as a Vehicle for Change | with Barry Nalebuff appeared first on Engaging Leader. In this episode, we’re going to find out how Barry Nalebuff, Seth Goldman, and the team at Honest Tea have succeeded in leading a for-profit business as a vehicle for change.

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062: Flexible Thinking: 5 Ways Great Leaders Inspire Better Decisions

Engaging Leader

Occasional mistakes are a part of doing business, and many mistakes end up not negatively affecting the outcome.

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When to Team Up with Your Competition

Harvard Business Review

A conversation with Yale professor Barry Nalebuff on navigating the best way to collaborate with your competitors.

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Why Your Company Should Partner with Rivals

Harvard Business Review

The thinking behind this axiom began to be challenged in the mid-1990s, with the publication of smart, highly-regarded competitive strategy books, such as Co-opetition by Barry Nalebuff and Adam Brandenburger.

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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. Specifically, you will use strategies (more coupons, more deals and more time pressure) that make your prices hard to compare to a transparent but low price.

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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.

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Use Co-opetition to Build New Lines of Revenue

Harvard Business Review

Nalebuff have written in their book Co-Opetition , businesses that form co-opetitions become more competitive by cooperating. The way forward is co-opetition, in which entities in the same industries act with what everyone recognizes as partial congruence of interests. As management professors Adam M. Brandbenburger and Barry J.