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Macmillan Higher Education

MBA Marketing

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Palgrave

Pages: 544
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MBA Series

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Paperback - 9781137300294

25 December 2013

$69.99

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Ebook - 9781137300287

16 September 2017

$59.99

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This book covers all of the core topics in marketing and is written and designed specifically for the needs of MBA students. Assuming no prior knowledge, this text covers the basics before quickly moving on to explore more...

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This book covers all of the core topics in marketing and is written and designed specifically for the needs of MBA students. Assuming no prior knowledge, this text covers the basics before quickly moving on to explore more advanced issues and concepts. It is strongly grounded in theory and linked to best practice, and is the ideal MBA course text.

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Highly respected author team
Tailored to the needs of MBA students
Covers core content and contemporary issues
Short, concise and clearly written
Very strong on application of theory to empirical situations, illustrated through numerous cases and examples

PART I: DEFINING THE MARKET, TARGET AUDIENCES AND CUSTOMER VALUE
1. Types of Marketing
2. Consumer Behaviour
3. Organizational Buying Behaviour
4. Market Research
5. Market Segmentation
6. Competitive Analysis
PART II: CREATING THE VALUE PROPOSITION
7. Marketing Planning
8. Defining Marketing Objectives and Strategies
9. Product Portfolio Strategy
10. Strategic Brand Management
11. Pricing Strategy
12. Communications Strategy
13. Key Account Strategy
PART III: DELIVERING VALUE
14. Managing Marketing Relationships
15. Customer Retention Strategy
16. Sales Force Strategy
17. Channel Strategy
18. Distribution Strategy
19. Customer Service Strategy
20. Electronic Marketing
PART IV: MONITORING VALUE
20. Marketing Information and Control
21. Measuring Marketing Effectiveness
PART V: ENHANCING VALUE
22. Organizational Structure and Culture
23. Marketing Ethics.

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Malcolm McDonald is Emeritus Professor at Cranfield and a Visiting Professor at Henley, Warwick, Aston and Bradford Business Schools, UK. Until 2003, he was Professor of Marketing and Deputy Director with special responsibility for E-Business. He has extensive industrial experience, including a number of years as Marketing and Sales Director of Canada Dry where, inter alia, he controlled a sales force of 250 people. He also spent some time training sales people and sales managers for multinational companies such as SKF and Alfa Laval.

Ailsa Kolsaker is MBA Programme Lead at Oxford Brookes University, UK. Previously, she was employed at the University of Surrey where she led a number of programmes, including the...

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Malcolm McDonald is Emeritus Professor at Cranfield and a Visiting Professor at Henley, Warwick, Aston and Bradford Business Schools, UK. Until 2003, he was Professor of Marketing and Deputy Director with special responsibility for E-Business. He has extensive industrial experience, including a number of years as Marketing and Sales Director of Canada Dry where, inter alia, he controlled a sales force of 250 people. He also spent some time training sales people and sales managers for multinational companies such as SKF and Alfa Laval.

Ailsa Kolsaker is MBA Programme Lead at Oxford Brookes University, UK. Previously, she was employed at the University of Surrey where she led a number of programmes, including the postgraduate Open Access programme, MSc in Marketing Management and the MBA. She has lectured in marketing, e-commerce, e-business and e-marketing to students and professionals in numerous locations, both in the UK and overseas, including Singapore, Hong Kong, Barbados, Mauritius, Greece and Germany. Before becoming an academic, Ailsa worked in the telecoms sector in Oslo, Norway and latterly, as a manager in higher education.

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