Marketing in a Nutshell
Key concepts for non-specialistsBy
- Mike Meldrum, Formerly a Lecturer in Marketing at Cranfield School of Management for many years, now runs own consultancy company specialising in marketing, leadership development and coaching, UK
- Malcolm McDonald, Until recently, Professor of Marketing and Deputy Director of Cranfield School of Management and formerly Marketing Director of Canada Dry, UK
Marketing in a nutshell is an easy-to-use quick reference source for non-marketing specialists. Designed as a dip-in guide, this accessible book will be invaluable to general managers, non-qualified marketers and students taking a module in marketing alongside their other studies. Marketing in a nutshell makes the authors marketing know-how and expert insights accessible to all.
General and non-marketing functional managers, for example, R&D, production, distribution etc; also
Unqualified marketing practitioners who dont plan to take a qualification in marketing, including: advertising executives, direct marketing personnel, sales people, public relations managers etc.
Upper level UG and PG students taking a marketing module on a non-marketing/business studies course, for example engineering, science or the arts; also students on general management courses. Also some appeal to MBA students.
Paperback, 320 Pages
Published: January 2007
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
- Foreword; List of tables; List of figures; Understanding the basics of marketing - The discipline of marketing - A marketing orientation - The marketing mix - Marketing: concept, function or process? - Marketing and ethics - World-class marketing; Different types of marketing - Marketing consumer products - Marketing industrial products - Marketing service products - Marketing high-tech products - Marketing capital goods - Trade marketing - Internet marketing - Marketing internationally; Understanding customers - Consumer buying behaviour - Organizational buying behaviour - Market segmentation - International market segmentation; Understanding markets - Marketing information and research - Preparing a market research brief - Auditing a market - Constructing a SWOT - Competitor analysis; Product management - Branding - The product lifecycle - Diffusion of innovation - The Ansoff Matrix - The Boston Matrix - The Directional Policy Matrix - Developing new products; Key elements of positioning - Pricing strategies - Setting a price - Sales promotion - Advertising - Public relations - Sponsorship; Marketing relationships - Relationship marketing - Customer retention strategies - Personal selling - Key account management: understanding the concept -Key account management: Implementing the concept - Channel strategy - Channel management - Customer service stratgies - Databases for marketing - M(obile) marketing - Category management - Multi-channel integration - Integrated marketing communication and distribution channels; Management, planning and control - Managing the sales team - Forecasting sales - Marketing planning - Barriers to marketing planning implementation - International product planning - Organizational structure and marketing - Budgeting for marketing - Legal perspectives in brand communications - Marketing due diligence - Marketing metrics; Index