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Article: HBS Professor Gerald Zaltman makes metaphors come alive with his patented Zaltman Metaphor Elicitation Technique or ZMET, a process that draws on psychology, anthropology, neuroscience and other disciplines to delve deep into the mind of the consumer. In this interview, Zaltman talks about the imagery and inspirations behind this unusual market research tool.
Article: When to charge for a product or service can be more important than how much to charge, says Harvard Business School professor John Gourville. If you want to build long-term loyalty with customers, you better understand the difference.
Article: The Mayo Clinic works hard to build relationships with patients and their families. In this excerpt from Harvard Business Review, the authors explain how Mayo uses visual and experiential clues to tell a compelling story to customers.