In general, companies don’t devote enough time to thinking about value capture. Their efforts tend to be focused wholly on the creation of new value; meanwhile, the question of how exactly they will be compensated for it usually goes unexamined. Why is it that? One typical reason is that top executives haven’t managed to clarify something even more fundamental: how much priority they place on increasing profit margins.

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