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The Resource Developing successful marketing strategies, Gary W. Randazzo, (electronic resource)

Developing successful marketing strategies, Gary W. Randazzo, (electronic resource)

Label
Developing successful marketing strategies
Title
Developing successful marketing strategies
Statement of responsibility
Gary W. Randazzo
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • Uses real market examples to demonstrate the development of effective marketing strategies. The approach uses an organization's mission and vision statements to guide the development of marketing goals, strategies, and tactics. Central to the development of marketing strategy is the use of the marketing mix of price, place, product, and promotion. The book neatly weaves the process of developing a marketing strategy with the use of the marketing mix. Throughout the book examples are given to clarify the theories and guide the reader through the strategic marketing planning process. Managers and executives will use this book as a guide to grow an established business or start a new one. The book can be used as a reference book for unique marketing challenges as well
  • Uses real market examples to demonstrate the development of effective marketing strategies. The approach uses an organization's mission and vision statements to guide the development of marketing goals, strategies, and tactics. Central to the development of marketing strategy is the use of the marketing mix of price, place, product, and promotion. The book neatly weaves the process of developing a marketing strategy with the use of the marketing mix. Throughout the book examples are given to clarify the theories and guide the reader through the strategic marketing planning process. Managers and executives will use this book as a guide to grow an established business or start a new one. The book can be used as a reference book for unique marketing challenges as well
  • Uses real market examples to demonstrate the development of effective marketing strategies. The approach uses an organization's mission and vision statements to guide the development of marketing goals, strategies, and tactics. Central to the development of marketing strategy is the use of the marketing mix of price, place, product, and promotion. The book neatly weaves the process of developing a marketing strategy with the use of the marketing mix. Throughout the book examples are given to clarify the theories and guide the reader through the strategic marketing planning process. Managers and executives will use this book as a guide to grow an established business or start a new one. The book can be used as a reference book for unique marketing challenges as well
  • Uses real market examples to demonstrate the development of effective marketing strategies. The approach uses an organization's mission and vision statements to guide the development of marketing goals, strategies, and tactics. Central to the development of marketing strategy is the use of the marketing mix of price, place, product, and promotion. The book neatly weaves the process of developing a marketing strategy with the use of the marketing mix. Throughout the book examples are given to clarify the theories and guide the reader through the strategic marketing planning process. Managers and executives will use this book as a guide to grow an established business or start a new one. The book can be used as a reference book for unique marketing challenges as well
  • Annotation
  • Uses real market examples to demonstrate the development of effective marketing strategies. The approach uses an organization's mission and vision statements to guide the development of marketing goals, strategies, and tactics. Central to the development of marketing strategy is the use of the marketing mix of price, place, product, and promotion. The book neatly weaves the process of developing a marketing strategy with the use of the marketing mix. Throughout the book examples are given to clarify the theories and guide the reader through the strategic marketing planning process. Managers and executives will use this book as a guide to grow an established business or start a new one. The book can be used as a reference book for unique marketing challenges as well
  • Uses real market examples to demonstrate the development of effective marketing strategies. The approach uses an organization's mission and vision statements to guide the development of marketing goals, strategies, and tactics. Central to the development of marketing strategy is the use of the marketing mix of price, place, product, and promotion. The book neatly weaves the process of developing a marketing strategy with the use of the marketing mix. Throughout the book examples are given to clarify the theories and guide the reader through the strategic marketing planning process. Managers and executives will use this book as a guide to grow an established business or start a new one. The book can be used as a reference book for unique marketing challenges as well
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CaBNVSL
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Randazzo, Gary W
Dewey number
658.8
LC call number
HF5415.13
LC item number
.R253 2014
Series statement
Marketing strategy collection,
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Marketing
Summary expansion
  • Developing Successful Marketing Strategies uses real market examples to demonstrate the effective development of strategies. The marketing strategy development process begins with a vision and mission statement that drives strategy development. The strategy drives the development of tactics. Strategy development begins with a destination in mind (described by the vision and mission). Before starting toward the destination it is necessary to clearly define the starting point (situation analysis) and begin planning the best route to reach the destination (strategy). Once the best route is determined it will be necessary to develop a plan that incorporates the use of resources and an understanding of the landscape to reach the desired destination (tactics). Managers, executives and students will use this book to guide them through the process of developing a successful marketing strategy. The book is arranged in the order of actions needed to develop a marketing strategy. Part I - Situation Analysis - describes the information gathering process required. Part II - Vision and Mission Drives Strategy then Tactics - describes the development process of developing Strategy and tactics. Part III - Implementation - discusses the process of marketing strategy implementation. Those using the book will be shown that the principles of marketing and management must be used in concert to develop a successful marketing strategy
  • Developing Successful Marketing Strategies uses real market examples to demonstrate the effective development of strategies. The marketing strategy development process begins with a vision and mission statement that drives strategy development. The strategy drives the development of tactics. Strategy development begins with a destination in mind (described by the vision and mission). Before starting toward the destination it is necessary to clearly define the starting point (situation analysis) and begin planning the best route to reach the destination (strategy). Once the best route is determined it will be necessary to develop a plan that incorporates the use of resources and an understanding of the landscape to reach the desired destination (tactics). Managers, executives and students will use this book to guide them through the process of developing a successful marketing strategy. The book is arranged in the order of actions needed to develop a marketing strategy. Part I - Situation Analysis - describes the information gathering process required. Part II - Vision and Mission Drives Strategy then Tactics - describes the development process of developing Strategy and tactics. Part III - Implementation - discusses the process of marketing strategy implementation. Those using the book will be shown that the principles of marketing and management must be used in concert to develop a successful marketing strategy
Label
Developing successful marketing strategies, Gary W. Randazzo, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Part of: 2014 digital library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page [143]) and index
Contents
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssib018194377
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Isbn
9781606499603
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssib018194377
System details
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
Label
Developing successful marketing strategies, Gary W. Randazzo, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Part of: 2014 digital library
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page [143]) and index
Contents
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
  • Part I. Situation analysis -- 1. Industry and market -- 2. Legal and technological changes -- 3. Defining the target market approach -- 4. Customer jobs to be done -- 5. Customer segmentation -- 6. Challenges faced: internal and external -- Part II. Vision and mission drive strategy, then tactics -- 7. The vision driven strategy -- 8. Product -- 9. Promotion -- 10. Pricing -- 11. Place -- Part III. Implementation -- 12. A process for execution management -- 13. Organizational structure -- 14. Workforce -- 15. Financial structure and controls -- 16. Putting it all together -- Conclusion -- References -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssib018194377
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition.
Isbn
9781606499603
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssib018194377
System details
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web

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