Digital Disruption in Marketing and Communications

Digital Disruption in Marketing and Communications

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Leon G. Schiffman and Leslie Lazar Kanuk., Consumer Behavior, 10th edition (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2013), 53. Philip Kotler and Kevin Lane Keller, Marketing Management, 15th edition ...

Author: Edoardo Magnotta

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429515460

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 230

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This book sets out the new frontier of marketing and communication through real case histories. Companies must rethink their traditional approaches to successfully face the upcoming challenges. They must learn how to innovate and change things when they go well. New emerging technologies such as AI and IoT are the new frontiers of the digital transformation that are radically changing the way consumers and companies communicate and engage with each other. Marketing makes a company a change-maker, while communications tell the story to engage customers and stakeholders. The book introduces brand positioning (to match brand values and consumers’ attributes), and brand as human being (to raise trust, loyalty and engagement among customers and stakeholders), through Enel X and its partnership with Formula E in the e-mobility case, and the PMI case (its disruptive effect on tobacco industry). After a deep analysis of the disruptive effects on business models of the digital transformation, the book explores digital communications through the Pietro Coricelli case (how a well-designed digital strategy can raise reputation and sales). The book also provides a new holistic approach and identifies a future leader, through the H-FARM case (how to disrupt business models and education). The book is aimed at researchers, students and practitioners, and provides an improved understanding of marketing and communications, and the evolution of the strategic, organisational, and behavioural model.
Categories: Business & Economics

Strategic Marketing Management 9th Edition

Strategic Marketing Management  9th Edition

Chernev, Alexander (2018), The Marketing Plan Handbook (5th ed.). Chicago, IL: Cerebellum Press. Kotler, Philip and Kevin Lane Keller (2016), Marketing Management (15th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. T PART WO MARKETING ...

Author: Chernev, Alexander

Publisher: Cerebellum Press

ISBN: 9781936572182

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 296

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Categories: Business & Economics

Strategic Marketing Management The Framework 10th Edition

Strategic Marketing Management   The Framework  10th Edition

Chapter 1 Peter Drucker, The Practice of Management (New York, NY: Routledge, 2017). Philip Kotler and Kevin Lane Keller, Marketing Management, 15th ed. (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2016). Nirmalya Kumar, Marketing as ...

Author: Alexander Chernev

Publisher: Cerebellum Press

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Category: Business & Economics

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Strategic Marketing Management: The Framework outlines the essentials of marketing theory and offers a structured approach to identifying and solving marketing problems. This book presents a strategic framework to guide business decisions involving the development of new offerings and the management of existing products, services, and brands.
Categories: Business & Economics

Marketing Management

Marketing Management

PEARSON EDUCATION LIMITED KAO Two KAO Park Harlow CM17 9SR United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)1279 623623 Web: www.pearson.com/uk Authorised adaptation from the United States edition, entitled MARKETING MANAGEMENT, 15th Edition, ISBN 0133856461 ...

Author: Philip Kotler

Publisher: Pearson UK

ISBN: 9781292248462

Category: Marketing

Page: 802

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The classic Marketing Management is an undisputed global best-seller - an encyclopedia of marketing considered by many as the authoritative book on the subject. This third European edition keeps the accessibility, theoretical rigour and managerial relevance - the heart of the book - and adds: * A structure designed specifically to fit the way the course is taught in Europe. * Fresh European examples which make students feel at home. * The inclusion of the work of prominent European academics. * A focus on the digital challenges for marketers. * An emphasis on the importance of creative thinking and its contribution to marketing practice. * New in-depth case studies, each of which integrates one of the major parts in the book. This textbook covers admirably the wide range of concepts and issues and accurately reflects the fast-moving pace of marketing in the modern world, examining traditional aspects of marketing and blending them with modern and future concepts. A key text for both undergraduate and postgraduate marketing programmes.
Categories: Marketing

Marketing Management

Marketing Management

Academy of Management Journal, 36, 16–54. 55. Kotler, P. (2015). Marketing management (15th ed.). Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall. 56. Slywotsky, A. J., & Shaprio, B. P. (1993). Leveraging to beat the odds: The new marketing mind set.

Author: Michael R. Czinkota

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030669164

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 880

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This textbook provides students with comprehensive insights on the classical and contemporary marketing theories and their practical implications. A fourth, revised edition of Marketing Management, the text features new classical and contemporary cases, new interdisciplinary and cross-functional implications of business management theories, contemporary marketing management principles and. futuristic application of marketing management theories and concepts. The core and complex issues are presented in a simplified manner providing students with a stimulating learning experience that enables critical thinking, understanding and future application. Each chapter features a chapter summary, key terms, review and discussion questions and a practice quiz. Throughout the text there are also specific teaching features to provide students and instructors with an enhanced pedagogical experience. These features include: The Manager’s Corner: These sections provide real-world examples that instructors may highlight to exemplify theory or as mini-cases for discussion. Marketing in Action: These sections ask students to apply concepts and theories to actual business situations. Web Exercises: These mini sections provide students with real world issues and suggest websites for more information. In addition, the authors provide ancillary lecture notes and Solution/Instructors manual online to aid instructors in their teaching activities.
Categories: Business & Economics

Marketing Management for School Leaders

Marketing Management for School Leaders

Marketing News. Retrieved from http://www.marketingpower. com/ResourceLibrary/Publications/MarketingNews/1983/17/6/19052581.pdf Kotler, P., & Keller, K. L. (2015). Marketing management (15th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

Author: Deidre Pettinga

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781475850093

Category: Education

Page: 158

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This innovative book, Marketing Management for School Leaders, provides school administrators a theoretical base and examples of effective strategies to develop their marketing skill set.
Categories: Education

Health Service Marketing Management in Africa

Health Service Marketing Management in Africa

Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Kotler, P., & Keller, K. L. (2016). Marketing management (15th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Lammenett, E. (2019). Influencer marketing. In Practical knowledge online marketing (pp. 139–170).

Author: Robert Hinson

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780429683930

Category: Medical

Page: 292

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Health Service Marketing Management in Africa (978-0-429-40085-8, K402492) Shelving Guide: Business & Management / Marketing Management The application of marketing to healthcare is a fascinating field that will likely have more impact on society than any other field of marketing. It’s been theorized that an intrinsically unstable environment characterizes this very relevant emerging field, hence raising new questions. Changing regulations, discoveries, and new health treatments continuously appear and give rise to such questions. Advancements in technology not only improve healthcare delivery systems but also provide avenues for customers to seek information regarding their health conditions and influence their participatory behaviors or changing roles in the service delivery. Increasingly, there is a shift from a doctor-led approach to a more patient-centered approach. In Africa, the importance of marketing-driven practices in improving the delivery of healthcare services cannot be overemphasized. The issue of healthcare delivery and management is significant for policymakers, private sector players, and consumers of health-related services in developing economy contexts. Scholars have strongly argued in favor of marketing and value creation in healthcare service delivery in Africa. Each country in Africa has its own issues. For example, long waiting times, unavailable medications, and unfriendly staff are just a sampling of issues affecting the acceptability of healthcare services. These examples highlight the need to utilize marketing and value creation tools in the delivery of healthcare services. Furthermore, there is a need for the integration of service marketing and management principles to enhance the delivery of quality healthcare across Africa and other developing economies which is the critical focus of this book. This book responds to calls for quality healthcare service management practices or processes from developing economy perspectives. Focusing primarily on African and other developing economy contexts, this book covers seven thematic areas: strategy in healthcare; marketing imperatives in healthcare management; product and pricing management in healthcare; distribution and marketing communications in healthcare; managing people in healthcare; physical evidence and service quality management in healthcare; and process management in healthcare.
Categories: Medical

Toolbox for Marketing and Management

Toolbox for Marketing and Management

In R. Kreutzer (Ed.), Praxisorientiertes online-marketing (3rd ed., pp. 561–584). ... Identitätsbasierte Marketingführung, Grundlagen – Strategie – Umsetzung – Controlling (2nd ed.). ... Marketing management (15th ed.). Harlow: Pearson.

Author: Ralf T. Kreutzer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030138233

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 260

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Modern marketing managers need intuitive and effective tools not just for designing strategies but also for general management. This hands-on book introduces a range of contemporary management and marketing tools and concepts with a focus on forecasting, creating stimulating processes, and implementation. Topics addressed range from creating a clear vision, setting goals, and developing strategies, to implementing strategic analysis tools, consumer value models, budgeting, strategic and operational marketing plans. Special attention is paid to change management and digital transformation in the marketing landscape. Given its approach and content, the book offers a valuable asset for all professionals and advanced MBA students looking for ‘real-life’ tools and applications.
Categories: Business & Economics

Internal Marketing

Internal Marketing

Keith, R.J. (1960), “The Marketing Revolution,” Journal of Marketing, Vol. 24 (3), pp. 35–38. Keller, K.L. (2002), Strategic Brand Management (2nd ed.), Prentice Hall. ... (2016), Marketing Management (15th ed.), Pearson Education.

Author: Tatsuya Kimura

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317224563

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 230

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Establishing, developing, or promoting a brand or product in a market stems from aligning of divisions within an organization, with the perspective of providing value to customers – an idea which is known as internal marketing. Unlike external marketing, internal marketing ensures that organizational divisions are aligned in the marketing strategies, so that the resultant external marketing is effective and not impeded by internal shortcomings. This book provides a comprehensive review of internal marketing research and illustrates the role of internal marketing in enhancing the capabilities of a company’s internal resources. Putting forward a guiding principle for business practices by considering such questions from a multilateral perspective, this book is a must-read for practitioners and academics alike.
Categories: Business & Economics

Marketing and the Customer Value Chain

Marketing and the Customer Value Chain

Integrating Marketing and Supply Chain Management Thomas Fotiadis, Dimitris Folinas, Konstantinos Vasileiou, Aggeliki Konstantoglou ... Marketing Management, Global Edition (15th edition). Pearson Education. Kotler, P. and Armstrong, ...

Author: Thomas Fotiadis

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429684876

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 341

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Marketing and supply chain management have a symbiotic relationship within any enterprise, and together they are vital for a company’s viability and success. This book offers a systemic approach to the integration of marketing and supply chain management. It examines the strategic connections and disconnections between supply chain and operations management and marketing by focusing on the factors that constitute the extended marketing mix, including product, price, promotion, people, and processes. Key aspects of supply chain management are discussed in detail, including material handling, unit load, handling systems, and equipment, as well as warehousing and transportation, design, and packaging. The book then goes on to explore the marketing functions of intangible products (services), followed by a focus on B2B markets. Throughout, there is a strong emphasis on the optimization and maximization of the value chain through the development of a systems approach with a market-orientation. Pedagogy that translates theory to practice is embedded throughout, including theoretical mini-cases, chapter-by-chapter objectives, and summaries. Marketing and the Customer Value Chain will help advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students appreciate how front-end marketing can interface with the back-end operations of supply chain management.
Categories: Business & Economics