Category: preferences

Pricing YOUR Time

While I was reading this BCG's report, 'Just-in-Time Pricing' (Antorcha and Schürman, May 2010), I thought about how'd you apply the different pricing models to YOUR life (in capitals, since I don't want to talk about your professional services, but

You’re not that Unique; sorry…

  Many times I have to step in colleagues, customers, and alumni conversations to explain why statistical sampling works. First think I use to ask is ‘do you really think Government ask every country inhabitant to find out if s/he


Once, during a seminar in Brazil I was questioned about ethics just because I said I didn’t want to (of course, anyone like myself would consider that a provocation for reaction…). Then, I said, I’m not a philosopher, but I