The 1% Windfall: How Successful Companies Use Price to Profit and Grow

The 1% Windfall: How Successful Companies Use Price to Profit and Grow❰BOOKS❯ ⚦ The 1% Windfall: How Successful Companies Use Price to Profit and Grow Author Rafi Mohammed – Bluevapours.co.uk This breakthrough how to book offers a practical and comprehensive framework that shows companies how to use price to drive profits from diverse customer segments in offensive and defensive recession, This breakthrough how to book offers Windfall: How eBook ↠ a practical and comprehensive framework that shows companies how to use price to drive profits from diverse customer segments in offensive and defensive recession, inflation, and new competitor situations Richard Spaulding, Member of the Board of Directors,CorporationRafi Mohammed, author of The Art of Pricing, shows businesses how to reap financial windfalls and sustain growth using the underexploited and The 1% MOBI :✓ often overlooked strategy of setting prices.

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The 1% Windfall: How Successful Companies Use Price to
  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • The 1% Windfall: How Successful Companies Use Price to Profit and Grow
  • Rafi Mohammed
  • 18 September 2019
  • 0061684325

10 thoughts on “The 1% Windfall: How Successful Companies Use Price to Profit and Grow

  1. Ties says:

    This book strikes the right balance between depth and width Covering everything concerning the pricing of retail goods but not going to deep into any of them This makes the book a great introduction to a strategic approach to pricing I would ve loved to seeattention to services and b2b environments but that would ve probably been to wide an approach for this book Perhaps he has a seperate book on that subject I will read it as well if he does.

  2. Blakely says:

    I borrowed this book from a colleague She said she only skimmed it because she wasn t in the right frame of mind to read it This probably should have been a clue that it wasn t a great read but I actually like reading about pricing so I took it up anyway bad move.This is about 20 pages of content put into 200 pages The first chapter or two are fairly interesting but I learned very little that was new I may have come away with different terminology but no new ideas.The remaining 180 pages w I borrowed this book from a colleague She said she only skimmed it because she wasn t in the right frame of mind to read it This probably should have been a clue that it wasn t a great read but I actually like reading about pricing so I took it up anyway bad move.This is about 20 pages of content put into 200 pages The first chapter or two are fairly interesting but I learned very little that was new I may have come away with different terminology but no new ideas.The remaining 180 pages were basically the first 20 pages in different formats The book even includes a one or two page summary at the end of every chapter And the chapters aren t even that long Disappointed 1.5 stars

  3. Kevin Eikenberry says:

    I choose to recommend it because it deals with a topic that is a mystery to many in my world While it may not be a need for all who are reading this, for those of you who do need it, I strongly recommend you read it.The book is based on two basic premises The best pricing approach is based on value and there are many types of value people see in any potential purchase.Changing your pricing upward in even a small way say 1% can have a drastic impact on your bottom line Seeat http I choose to recommend it because it deals with a topic that is a mystery to many in my world While it may not be a need for all who are reading this, for those of you who do need it, I strongly recommend you read it.The book is based on two basic premises The best pricing approach is based on value and there are many types of value people see in any potential purchase.Changing your pricing upward in even a small way say 1% can have a drastic impact on your bottom line Seeat

  4. Ajay Palekar says:

    Business is not a field where it takes exceptional experience, technical training, or intelligence to understand what works and what doesn t The very life that we live is often the best training grounds for a common sense intuition about how people will react to the decisions we make and this in turn informs the best business decisions.For these reasons, I often avoid reading books like The 1% Windfall How Successful Companies Use Price to Profit and Grow they err on the side of selection Business is not a field where it takes exceptional experience, technical training, or intelligence to understand what works and what doesn t The very life that we live is often the best training grounds for a common sense intuition about how people will react to the decisions we make and this in turn informs the best business decisions.For these reasons, I often avoid reading books like The 1% Windfall How Successful Companies Use Price to Profit and Grow they err on the side of selection basis talking about successful applications of a strategy only , limited and unconvincing case examples, and a structure that would fit better as bullet points on a PowerPoint slide than in a book This book falls victim to much of that, but Rafi Mohammed does do something very special in his take on the art of pricing he introduces his target audience, business managers who have never thought long and hard about the principles upon what their pricing strategy should be based or can t even articulate what their pricing strategy is, to an actionable plan to build a culture around pricing for profits and growth as well as both strategies and tactics for a wide variety for both offensive and defensive purpose.To someone looking to enter the profession of pricing analysis, interested in management consulting or thinking of doing case interviews , or a manager hoping to expand their scope of business skills this book is a useful and insightful read It s greatest value is in helping to articulate why so many companies my own firm is guilty of this pursue un thoughtful pricing strategies and might just give you the nudge to initiate changes that will reap great dividends for your company and career in the years to come

  5. Paul LaFontaine says:

    When pricing products there aredimensions to consider than simply a price on a tag From variable pricing, price choices and financing the savvy businessperson will understand that the levers to pull to create a 1% increase in pricing that yields a disproportionate impact on profits I had to pull out from this one The ideas were great, the presentation I found difficult The concept of a price blossom is clever I will keep this as a reference but can t recommend it as a breezy read R When pricing products there aredimensions to consider than simply a price on a tag From variable pricing, price choices and financing the savvy businessperson will understand that the levers to pull to create a 1% increase in pricing that yields a disproportionate impact on profits I had to pull out from this one The ideas were great, the presentation I found difficult The concept of a price blossom is clever I will keep this as a reference but can t recommend it as a breezy read Recommend with caution

  6. Darius Vilimas says:

    Pricing summaryRead this if you are interested in pricing models This won t be an easy read It requires focus to get the details from this book, since it has many strategies and tactics of pricing The main premise of this book is that many businesses still using very arcane ways to set prices and by implementing these models that can reap great reward.

  7. Matt Mair says:

    An interesting book on strategy if you are willing to assume a firm already has pricing power, and can set prices irrespective of competition But most don t A better book would have looked at why.

  8. Matt Watkinson says:

    A absolutely first rate primer on pricing.

  9. Skebodog Moruti says:

    amazing

  10. Rutger-Jan says:

    Started OK, but ran out of steam quickly Could have been booklet.

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