Rhubarb stand - honor system marketing

Submitted by Jeff Buster on Sun, 06/21/2009 - 11:42.
Every time you go into a store in NEO and there is an armed or unarmed security guard or off duty policeman – you are paying the tax for corruption in NEO.
 
When you buy anything at the merchant who has a private guard, your purchase has the cost of the guard in it.
 
The rhubarb stand above uses honor system marketing:   each bunch of rhubarb is a dollar, there is a little metal lock box with a slot, you push in a dollar and take away one bunch of rhubarb.  No merchant is in sight.
 
In Cleveland this would not work.   The entire rhubarb stand might be stolen…not just the rhubarb.  
 
When the MEDCON arrives, this will change.

 

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Does Harvard Business School teach Honor System merchandiz'g?

 No.   

Why not?

Not corporate.

Great. 

Most ideal, most efficient form/system of marketing and distribution of consumer goods is nil at Harvard Biz. Screwel. 

Veritas.

Harvard Business School doesn't teach Coops either.   

So organizations like the Park Slope Food Coop in Brooklyn, NY.  with it's more than 15,000 working members don't register in the "business school" world. 

Why not?  

Corporations pay every business school off....

Please notice the $75,000.00 dollar tuition for the above "class".    This is for about a month and a half.   Veritas Prostitution.   or will you show me I'm wrong?