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Editorial Reviews. Review. ''[An] updated and wonderfully relevant book.'' -- AdAge ''One of the The Experience Economy, Updated Edition Kindle Edition. In , Joseph Pine and James Gilmore offered this idea to readers as a new way to think about connecting with customers and securing their loyalty. With this fully updated edition of the book, Pine and Gilmore make an even stronger case that experience is the missing link. The curtain is about to rise, say Pine & Gilmore, on the Experience Economy, a new economic era in which every business is a stage, and companies must design memorable events for which they charge admission. B. Joseph Pine II and James H. Gilmore are cofounders of Strategic.
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What kinds of experiences can you create? Which ones should you offer? In Infinite Possibility provides a profound new tool geared to exploring and exploiting the digital frontier.
Using scores of examples, the book shows how innovative companies operate within and across digital realms to create extraordinary customer value. Mass Customization: Innovative companies are embracing a new paradigm of management — Mass Customization — that allows them to individually customize their goods and services at competitive prices or better. The book details the strategies, methods, and organizational transformations required to develop, produce, market, and deliver individually customized goods, experiences and services on a high-volume basis, and shows managers how to analyze their own industries to determine if they should shift to Mass Customization.
Markets of One: In other words … from creating standardized value through Mass Production to creating customer-unique value through Mass Customization.
The book examines many of the resulting changes in approach to strategy and operations — for example, moving from pushing products to fulfilling individual needs, moving from focusing solely on market share to measuring customer share, and moving from marketing to the masses to cultivating learning relationships with each customer. This pocket-sized reference contains ten traveling tools to help discerning observers explore and learn from experiences across the economic landscape.
A hands-on resource designed to provide real-world learning, the Field Guide contains key models and exercises for evaluating and extracting best principles from experiences throughout the Experience Economy. Using a rich mix of more than 80 minutes of educational and entertaining video segments, interactive features, and downloadable content, The Geek Squad Guide to World Domination is filled with thoughtful real-world examples, key insights from both Robert Stephens and Jim Gilmore, and a host of provocations for guiding your own experience design and development efforts.
Updated Edition. Harvard Business Review Press; In , Joseph Pine and James Gilmore originally offered this idea to readers as a new way to think about connecting with customers and securing their loyalty. What Consumers Really Want. Harvard Business Review Press; Contrived. Creating Customer Value on the Digital Frontier. Berrett-Koehler Publishers; Digital technology offers limitless opportunities—you really can create anything you want—but real-world experiences have a richness that virtual ones do not.