Digital Economics II: Why Pricing Is Getting Both Complicated and Critical. (Jeff’s Asia Tech Class – Podcast 53)

  This podcast is more about the strange but important economics of digital. And on pricing, in particular. It is becoming increasingly complicated with bundling, switching costs and platform business models. You can listen to this podcast here or at iTunes, Google Podcasts and Himalaya. Related podcasts and articles: Review: The Sexy But Dangerous Economics […]

Adaptation, Innovation and Resilience at Alibaba. A Discussion with BCG’s Martin Reeves. (2 of 3) (Jeff’s Asia Tech Class – Podcast 48)

  This is Part 2 in a three part series about Alibaba and Ant Group. The focus was on Alibaba’s ability to continually adapt to new markets, consumer behaviors, technologies and opportunities. The idea of adaptability and innovation are increasingly discussed as key competitive abilities. Part 1 is here. Part 3 is here. To investigate […]

Can TikTok Be Copied? Innovators vs. Imitators. (Jeff’s Asia Tech Class – Daily Lesson / Update)

There was a good article this week in Insead Knowledge by Jason Davis and Vikas Aggarwal. What I liked about it was the below question it posed: “…an innovator’s attempts to innovate by mobilising in-house knowledge can often end up benefitting rivals more than the innovator, particularly when rivals share and propagate knowledge among each […]

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Alibaba and How To Cheat in Innovation Marathons (Daily Update – Jeff’s Asia Tech Class)

In previous Daily Updates, I presented 4 slides that showed the evolution of Alibaba as a powerful marketplace platform. A 3 Slide Summary of Alibaba and Marketplace Platform Strategy (Daily Update, Jeff’s Asia Tech Class) Alibaba and the Power of Externalizing Capabilities (Daily Update – Jeff’s Asia Tech Class) In the first one, I argued […]

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