Winning the Profit Game: Smarter Pricing, Smarter Branding

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McGraw-Hill Education, 2004 - Business & Economics - 315 pages
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How to use pricing as a strategic tool to increase revenues and win the war for profit

One of the greatest pitfalls in the war for profits is corporate strategists' lack of a practical understanding of the link between overall revenues and overall costs. In Winning the Profit Game, the thought leaders at A. T. Kearney unveil a revolutionary new approach to establishing clear, strategic links between the top and bottom lines. No dry academic treatise, Winning the Profit Game is a guide to growing profits, in boom times and bust, using smart top-line strategies that optimize price, costs, customer behavior, and volumes. The authors clearly lay out the basic principles involved and also include:

  • Proven strategies for transforming added value into revenues and winning the war for profits
  • Prescriptive frameworks for putting the principles and strategies into action, immediately
  • Numerous success stories based on experiences of A. T. Kearney clients worldwide

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Contents

Winning the Profit Came
3
The Secret Life of Price
14
Branding for Profit
30
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About the author (2004)

Robert G. Docters is a partner in i2Partners L.L.C., a boutique price and intellectual consulting firm.

Michael R. Roeopel is a senior officer in A. T. Kearney's strategy practice.

Dr. Jeanne-Mey Sun is a consultant with A. T. Kearney.

Stephen M. Tanny is a professor at the University of Toronto.

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