Why twice as fast doesn't always mean twice the value
RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge , Volume 26 - Issue 2 p. 19- 20
Many people feel pressed for time these days. Not surprisingly, products are sold with the promise that they can do something faster than their competition, whether that’s downloading data from the internet or printing a page, or even dicing cabbage.
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|This article draws its inspiration from the paper Productivity Metrics and Consumers’ Misunderstanding of Time Savings, written by Bart de Langhe and Stefano Puntoni and forthcoming in the Journal of Marketing Research, 13, 2016, DOI: 10.1509/jmr.13.0229|
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Puntoni, S. (2016). Why twice as fast doesn't always mean twice the value. RSM Discovery - Management Knowledge, 26(2), 19–20. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/93035