Ronald J. Baker

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Average rating: 4.33 · 218 ratings · 16 reviews · 12 distinct works
Implementing Value Pricing:...

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Pricing on Purpose

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Professional's Guide To Val...

4.44 avg rating — 16 ratings — published 1999 — 7 editions
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Measure What Matters to Cus...

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Mind Over Matter: Why Intel...

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The Soul of Enterprise: The...

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Pricing for Value: A Profes...

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The Madness of Crowds by Douglas Murray
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The Tyranny of Metrics by Jerry Z. Muller
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Excellent review of how measurement can drive out judgment, wisdom, and knowledge, if they're followed blindly, or used for reward/punishment. The author uses case studies from the medical profession, policing, non-profits, business, and education. I ...more
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Tomorrow 3.0 by Michael C. Munger
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The Tomorrow 3.0 economy will foster permissionless innovation to make more efficient use of excess capacity. Munger dates this transformation, approximately, to 1997 with eBay: the first time we began to specialize in selling not more stuff but redu ...more
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Consolations by David Whyte
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David Whyte is such a beautiful writer. This collection of various words will really make you think about the common definitions--and more important, meanings--of everyday words. It's a collection to be savored, pondered, and felt ever after. Highly ...more
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Is Capitalism Sustainable? by Michael Munger
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If you’re an economics nerd, this is a great read, short chapters (blog posts) on a variety of economic topics. Munger sets out to explain the benefits and necessity of capitalism in organization human cooperation at scale, and to consider some of th ...more
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The Coaching Habit by Michael Bungay Stanier
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Only 23% of people being coached thought it had a significant impact on their performance. 10% even suggested it had a negative effect. I happen to believe there’s a lot of charlatans providing “coaching” (Penn & Teller did a great episode on thi ...more
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Only 23% of people being coached thought it had a significant impact on their performance. 10% even suggested it had a negative effect. I happen to believe there’s a lot of charlatans providing “coaching” (Penn & Teller did a great episode on thi ...more
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“We are interested in finding the right customer, at the right price, consistent with our purpose and values, even if that means frequently turning away customers.”
Ronald J. Baker, Implementing Value Pricing: A Radical Business Model for Professional Firms




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