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Pricing Disruptive Innovations - market-following or value-based pricing?

Pricing Disruptive Innovations - market-following or value-based pricing?

Our recent research on how people price innovations found different pricing methods for sustaining versus disruptive innovators. Sustaining innovators tend to use value-based pricing. Disruptive innovators are more likely to price relative to the market alternative. We explore why this might be using the Clayton Christensen model of disruptive innovation.

What is value management? (And why you should care)

What is value management? (And why you should care)

What is value management? (And why you should care). A document from back in November 2012 that sets out the basic approach to value management, and how it integrates innovation, marketing, sales and of course pricing. A new version of this document is in development.

Predicting the outcome of price changes

Predicting the outcome of price changes

Predicting the outcomes of pricing changes is difficult. Many different forces interact. Ibbaka combines market segmentation with causal diagrams and Monte Carlo models to understand the range of possible outcomes of a pricing change and how to manage the risks of the change.

Value Surveys for Pricing Excellence

Value Surveys for Pricing Excellence

At Ibbaka, we begin our pricing work by understanding the value of your product or service from the perspective of your customer. Our approach is to research, validate and quantify the economic (monetary) and emotional value your offer creates for the market with customers and non-customers. By understanding your differentiation relative to the customer’s next best competitive alternative, we can design a pricing model built that communicates and even amplifies your differentiation.

Pricing, empathy, emotions and the customer journey

Pricing, empathy, emotions and the customer journey

Pricing is often seen as a branch of the dismal science, a coldly analytical attempt to extract the maximum price from buyers. Good pricing practice is completely different from this stereotype. It factors in empathy and emotion and is deeply concerned about the value delivered to the customer (V2C).

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