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AITEC - Association Internationale de Techniciens, Experts et Chercheurs Jerusalem Artichokes URL Creating Impact in B2B Relationships If you asked business-to-business (B2B) companies what they do, most would tell you that they provide products and services to other companies -- and that doing this at the lowest possible price is the key to success. This is true. Quality service and products at a reasonable price is a basic component of operating a B2B company. But B2B organizations that see this as their only function are gravely misguided -- and easily replaced. B2B companies that narrowly focus on product and price are doing the bare minimum required to survive. Business-to-business companies that are narrowly focused on product and price are doing the bare minimum required to survive. If your company wants to move beyond price wars, you need to rethink your mission and strategy. Creating customer engagement Customer engagement goes beyond merely satisfying customers to provide an important foundation for creating customer impact. Creating customer impact This advice-based approach deepens a customer relationship.

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Sequences A sequence is a series of multiple posts on Less Wrong on the same topic, to coherently and fully explore a particular thesis. Reading the sequences is the most systematic way to approach the Less Wrong archives. If you'd like an abridged index of the sequences, try XiXiDu's guide, or Academian's guide targeted at people who already have a science background. Benito's Guide aims to systematically fill the reader in on the most important ideas discussed on LessWrong (not just in the sequences). If you prefer books over blog posts, Thinking and Deciding by Jonathan Baron and Good and Real by Gary Drescher have been mentioned as books that overlap significantly with the sequences. eReader Formats The Sequences have been converted to eReader compatible formats by several projects. Print ready versions by jb55 (GitHub). Audio Castify makes certain content of Less Wrong available as a podcast for a small fee (it's recorded by a professional voice actor). Major Sequences: Minor Sequences: Essay: