by: Chris Lawer
21st century economies are being reconfigured around a new goal: improving the economics of individuals (as distinct to improving the economics of companies). Why is this happening? What does it mean for individuals? And what does it mean for the organisations they deal with?
Check out the new website of theUK Buyer Centric Commerce Forumwhich explores the theme of individual-centric economies. There are a load of free resources, including papers, to download without registration.
(Buyer centric commerce is a new way of doing business. A buyer-centric organisation looks at the creation and exchange of value from the point of view of the individual – ‘the buyer’ – rather than from the point of view of a producer, supplier or seller)