- Filename: marketing-management.
- ISBN: 1292093234
- Release Date: 2016-03-01
- Number of pages:
- Author: Philip Kotler
Revised edition of Marketing management, 2012.
Revised edition of Marketing management, 2012.
Completely revised and updated to include more information on Internet marketing, tourism marketing, marketing technology, and international business, Hospitality Marketing Management, Fifth Edition is a comprehensive, core marketing text. This popular textbook explores marketing and themes unique to hospitality and tourism, with a focus on the practical applications of marketing rather than marketing theory. It provides readers with the tools they need to successfully execute marketing campaigns for a hospitality business, no matter what their specialty.
Business to business markets are considerably more challenging than consumer markets and demand specific skills from marketers. Buyers, with a responsibility to their company and specialist product knowledge, are more demanding than the average consumer. The products themselves may be highly complex, often requiring a sophisticated buyer to understand them. Increasingly, B2B relationships are conducted in a global context. However all textbooks are region-specific—except this one. This textbook takes a global viewpoint, with an international author team and cases from across the globe. Other unique features of this excellent textbook include: placement of B2B in a strategic marketing setting; full discussion of strategy in a global setting including hypercompetition; full chapter on ethics early in the text; detailed review of global B2B services marketing, trade shows and market research; This new edition has been completely rewritten, and features expanded sections on globalisation and purchasing, plus brand new sections on social media marketing and intellectual property. More selective, shorter, and easier to read than other B2B textbooks, this is ideal for introduction to B2B and shorter courses. At the same time, it's comprehensive enough to cover all the aspects of B2B marketing any marketer needs, be they students or practitioners looking to improve their knowledge.
Dawn Iacobucci's MARKETING MANAGEMENT, 1E provides the material that first-year MBA students need to gain a mastery of core concepts in marketing management. You will be able to quickly begin applying concepts to cases, group work, and/or simulations that are assigned in your course. MARKETING MANAGEMENT reflects the dynamic environment facing today's marketers, helping them understand how an increasingly competitive global marketplace and the changes in technology affect the marketing decisions that managers must make. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Marshall/Johnston's Marketing Management, 2e has taken great effort to represent marketing management the way it is actually practiced in successful organisations today. Given the dramatic changes in the field of marketing, it is a sure bet that the job of leading marketing manager's contributions to the organisation and its customers, clients, and partners has changed at the same level. Yet, no marketing management book on the market today fully and effectively captures and communicates to students how marketing management is really practiced in the 21st century business world. Clearly, it is time for an updated approach to teaching and learning within the field. Marketing Management 2e is designed to fulfill this need.
This book is appropriate as a core textbook for Marketing Management in Post Graduate programmes including MBA. The text provides right from the basics in Marketing to Analysis and Application of Strategic Tools in Marketing Management. CORE FEATURESStructure : Six parts with 20 chaptersObjective: Make the readers to understand marketing theory & concepts and prepare them as tomorrow's marketing managers, academicians etc.,Style: Simple and lucid style to understand theory and concepts with live corporate examples.Focus: As core text book to post graduate students-MBA, M Com, M A, M Tech etc.Delighting Features (Value Addition)V Each part underlies a specific objective.v Each chapter starts with a marketing profile of leading corporate house with web address. This enables the reader to understand what is a corporate house, what are their businesses, what are their marketing and operating philosophies,v Summary of each chapter makes the reader to grasp the chapter contents with easy effort.v Each chapter has questions for discussion, preparing the students well for examination.v Each chapter ends with practical exercises for critical analysis and thinking which makes the reader to think critically.v Case Studies lead the reader to improve his/her analytical skills and practical knowledge.
This revised te×t includes coverage of electronic commerce, database marketing and research into direct and on-line marketing.
This informative guide to marketing offers you a wealth of ideas for survivingand thrivingin the tough competition of health care today. You'll learn about marketing approaches through a wide range of programsmarket segmentation, product line marketing, marketing physician services, using PR, advertising, building patient loyalty, the hospital product mix, outcome marketing, & more. With Health Care Marketing Management on hand, you'll have a guide to the most successful up-to-date strategies & techniques. You'll be able to sort through the confusion surrounding health care marketingand select the right methods for your organization.
This comprehensive collection of 38 cases selected from Ivey Publishing helps students understand the complex issues that marketing professionals deal with on a regular basis. The cases were chosen to help students apply conceptual, strategic thinking to issues in marketing management, as well as provide them with more practical operational ideas and methods. Cases were chosen from around the world, from small and large corporations, and include household names such as Twitter, Best Buy, Ruth's Chris, and Kraft Foods. The majority of the cases are very recent (from 2009 or later). Each chapter begins with an introductory review of the topic area prior to the set of cases, and questions are included after each case to help students to think critically about the material. Cases in Marketing Management is edited by Kenneth E. Clow and Donald Baack, and follows the structure and goals of their textbook Marketing Management: A Customer-Oriented Approach. It can also be used as a stand-alone text, or as a supplement to any other marketing management textbook, for instructors who want to more clearly connect theory and practice to actual cases.
Services Marketing Management builds on the success of the previous editions, formally entitled 'The Management and Marketing of Services', to provide an easily digestible approach to the service industry with a specific focus on the management and marketing elements. This new edition has been thoroughly revamped to include pedagogical features such as exercises and mini cases throughout the text to consolidate learning and make it more student friendly. New content has been incorporated to bring the subject matter thoroughly up to date, for example featuring more on the Internet, the inclusion of material on call centres in respect of service delivery and service encounter; additional material on customer relationship management (CRM); consideration of frontline employees and internal marketing; and a discussion of revenue management issues in managing demand and capacity. Particularly suitable for students on marketing, business and hospitality courses who require a good grounding in the principles of services marketing, the practical implications are shown clearly and effectively demonstrate how the principles are applied in the real world. A web based lecturer resource accompanies the text.
Relationship Marketing is growing in popularity as a significant component of Services Marketing courses and as a subject in its own right. Relationship Marketing Management aims to summarize existing work on Relationship Marketing (RM) and to examine the practical application of these concepts. These aims are achived not only by the inclusion of case studies and illustrative examples, but also by devoting four chapters to the planning, implementation and monitoring of RM programmes. Relationship Marketing Management presents a coherent overview of the theory as well as exploring the practicalities of RM. Aimed mainly at postgraduates and senior level undergraduates, the academic content of the book is supported by an extensive review of current literature in respected journals and is presented in a form that is accessible to the students. Relationship Marketing is growing in popularity as a significant component of Services Marketing courses and as a subject in its own right. Relationship Marketing Management aims to summarize existing work on Relationship Marketing (RM) and to examine the practical application of these concepts. These aims are achived not only by the inclusion of case studies and illustrative examples, but also by devoting four chapters to the planning, implementation and monitoring of RM programmes. Relationship Marketing Management presents a coherent overview of the theory as well as exploring the practicalities of RM. Aimed mainly at postgraduates and senior level undergraduates, the academic content of the book is supported by an extensive review of current literature in respected journals and is presented in a form that is accessible to the students.