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New book on a new class of business model patterns - "FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships"

Started this discussion. Last reply by soniyaphilip on Wednesday. 3 Replies

My new book, FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships, rethinks business models for the digital era.  It has been praised as   “an…Continue

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Better Revenue Models: Pay What You Want – Not Crazy After All These Years?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Reisman Aug 11, 2011. 11 Replies

Pay What You Want (PWYW) pricing has gotten some attention in the past few years, but most people still dismiss it as naively utopian, only suited to very special situations.   I have posted a survey…Continue

FairPay Revenue Models: A new Pattern for Business Model Generation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Reisman Nov 7. 1 Reply

I suggest that FairPay, a radically new adaptive and dynamic pricing process, enables entirely new business model patterns that are very timely, and deserve wide consideration. FairPay combines the…Continue

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soniyaphilip replied to Richard Reisman's discussion New book on a new class of business model patterns - "FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships"
"The new book FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships give the new ideas in the business world and how we can choose it  new operational dynamic for maximizing customer life. I like the this details of business…"
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Richard Reisman replied to Richard Reisman's discussion New book on a new class of business model patterns - "FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships"
"Thanks, Mike.  As to effects on the canvas, yes, it is a question of both direct and indirect effects on the different blocks. For example, FairPay will enable a broader range and deeper personalization of Value Propositions and Revenue…"
Nov 11
Mike Lachapelle replied to Richard Reisman's discussion New book on a new class of business model patterns - "FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships"
"HI Richard; Very interesting concept. Your example of how it could work in a media scenario is good food for thought. Initially I see some constraints on the effectiveness of this approach. It seems best suited to industries and businesses with…"
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New book on a new class of business model patterns - "FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships"

My new book, FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships, rethinks business models for the digital era.  It has been praised as   “an innovative and visionary methodology,”    "radically new perspective"   "what disruption could look like in a new digital business…See More
Nov 7
Richard Reisman replied to Richard Reisman's discussion FairPay Revenue Models: A new Pattern for Business Model Generation
"My new book, "FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships" addresses this in depth.  Some early praise: “an innovative and visionary methodology,” a "radically new perspective," "can help…"
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Why are you passionate about business models and business model innovation?
Key to creating new ways to create value for people and business.

I am into meta-problem-solving: finding better ways to solve problems in general, which can then be applied to any problem. Such as collaborative systems, pricing systems, knowledge discovery systems...
How would you best describe your level of expertise when it comes to business models?
knowledgeable
What's your URL?
http://bit.ly/FPOvvw
Who do you work for? What do you do?
My own company -- invents and develops innovative new media and related businesses and services
What industry do you mainly work in (e.g. financial services, telco, utilities, public sector, academia, pharma...)?
new media/communications services
What is the size of the organization you work for?
1-10
Do you want to add anything? Feel free. Any topic.
Check out my new book, FairPay: Adaptively Win–Win Customer Relationships -- “an innovative and visionary methodology,” a "radically new perspective," "can help enterprises become more customer focused...promises to transform business." Details at FairPayBook.com.

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