quarta-feira, março 29, 2017

"including the customer C in the mix and basing prices on value"

“the questions that are central to your business and for wich you need shared answers: Who are and aren’t our customers? Why are we diferente? How do we add value? [Moi ici: Questões quase tão velhas como este blogue]
There has to be a match between the value you create and communicate and your ability to extract value. Customers must demonstrate some willingness-to-pay. The higher this is, and the more differentiated your value proposition is, the greater your pricing power. Companies stray from this path in the R&D processes when they focus primarily or exclusively on just two Cs—cost and competition—instead of including the customer C in the mix and basing prices on value.
In essence, we need a shift in how R&D projects hit the market. Instead of pricing developed mostly on costs, you should have innovation projects that are based on willingness to pay. [Moi ici: Interessante como é a mesma abordagem the “Monetizing Innovation] The sooner you begin this switch in innovation focus, the easier the back end of the value approach gets.”
Trechos retirados de Stephan M. Liozu em "Dollarizing Differentiation Value: A Practical Guide for the Quantification and the Capture of Customer Value"

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