The Price Advantage

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 4, 2004 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
The Price Advantage by three preeminent experts at McKinsey & Company is the most pragmatic and insightful book on pricing available. Based on in-depth, first-hand experience with hundreds of companies, this book is designed to provide managers with comprehensive guidance through the maze of pricing issues. The authors demonstrate why pricing excellence is critical to corporate success and profitability, then explain state-of-the-art approaches to analyzing and improving your own pricing strategy for any product or service. Their advice is critical for readers who need to develop pricing strategies that work in both good economic times and bad.
 

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MICHAEL V. MARN is a partner in the Cleveland office of the international consulting firm of McKinsey & Company. He joined McKinsey in 1977, and has developed some of the most widely used analytic approaches for identifying and capturing opportunities in pricing. He has written articles on pricing that have appeared in publications including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the Harvard Business Review.

ERIC V. ROEGNER is a partner in the Cleveland office of McKinsey & Company. Since joining McKinsey in 1994, he has served clients in all major markets on a wide range of pricing and marketing issues. In addition, he has published several articles on pricing and marketing strategy in journals including Marketing Management, the OESA Journal, and The McKinsey Quarterly.

CRAIG C. ZAWADA is a partner in the Pittsburgh office of McKinsey & Company. Since joining McKinsey in 1997, he has worked with companies across a wide range of industries, helping them to identify and capture improvements in pricing. He is widely published in the area of pricing strategy, with articles appearing in the Harvard Busin ess Review, Mergers and Acquisitions, and The McKinsey Quarterly.

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