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Marketing Strategy Pack

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Mark Edwards, Alvin Lee, Catherine Archer, Shamsul Kamariah Abdullah, Abel Duarte Alonso, Martin O'Neill, Michelle O'Shea, Claire Lambert, Stephen Fanning, Tim Acker, Imtiaz Sharik Hossain, M. Yunus Ali, Lara Stocchi, Arry Tanusondjaja, Peter Ling, Nitha Palakshappa, Gabriel Eweje, Ralf Wilden, Chris Harrop
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  • Date Published: October 2013
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781107651302
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  • This pack contains both the textbook and casebook. Marketing Strategy: A Life-Cycle Approach takes a fresh approach to teaching students how to devise, implement and monitor strategies for superior performance in the market with a focus on themes of sustainability and ethics. The concepts and principles of strategic marketing are introduced from a product and business life-cycle perspective. Within that framework, the book explains the nature of strategic thinking, covers the theory and practical application of analytics, explores the considerations, constraints and possible strategic marketing choices available at each stage of the product life-cycle and outlines how to monitor and modify the performance of strategies. With a matching structure and topical emphasis, the accompanying Marketing Strategy Casebook is a collection of contemporary case studies designed to develop students' capacity to analyse challenging situations and to implement strategies to overcome them. The case studies are based on real-world scenarios and are drawn from diverse regions, industries and technologies.

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    26th Sep 2016 by Arnabekkz

    This pack contains both the textbook and casebook. Marketing Strategy: A Life-Cycle Approach takes a fresh approach to teaching students how to devise, implement and monitor strategies for superior performance in the market with a focus on themes of sustainability and ethics

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    • Date Published: October 2013
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781107651302
    • length: 304 pages
    • dimensions: 256 x 190 x 19 mm
    • weight: 0.7kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Fundamentals of Strategy, a Starting Point:
    1. What is strategy
    2. Corporate and business strategies: a market oriented perspective
    Part II. Wearing the Hat of the Strategic Analyst:
    3. Where does our future lie?
    4. Who will we share our future with?
    5. The customers we serve
    6. Taking stock of what we have
    7. Decision making – how do we change?
    Part III. Wearing the Hat of the Strategic Planner:
    8. Introducing a product and creating a market
    9. Growing markets
    10. Mature markets
    11. Markets in decline
    Part IV. Articulating, Implementing and Monitoring your Strategy:
    12. A system to deliver and measure performance in a market. Introduction Mark Edwards and Alvin Lee
    Part I. The Fundamentals of Strategy:
    1. Corporate social responsibility, stakeholder theory and climate change: is green the new black for ExxonMobil? Catherine Archer
    2. The true character of Jacob's Creek Peter Ling
    3. Child brand ambassadors – merely a child's play for business? Shamsul Kamariah Abdullah
    Part II. The Strategic Analyst:
    4. Marketing Spanish wine and wine tourism: an unfulfilled potential? Abel Duarte Alonso and Martin O'Neill
    5. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) and professional sports Abel Duarte Alonso and Michelle O'Shea
    6. To toy or not to toy? Claire Lambert and Stephen Fanning
    7. The art of online marketing: linking remote Aboriginal artists with global markets Tim Acker
    8. ThurayaDSL: a product failed in maritime market Imtiaz Sharik Hossain and M. Yunus Ali
    9. Raiders of the lost niche Lara Stocchi
    Part III. The Strategic Planner:
    10. The ugly truth: customers are not always (exclusively) loyal Lara Stocchi and Arry Tanusondjaja
    11. Air Asia: fulfilling a childhood dream Peter Ling
    12. Marketing in unstable times: new Aboriginal art and enterprise Tim Acker
    13. Daffodil Day: ANZ national bank – cancer society of NZ Nitha Palakshappa and Gabriel Eweje
    14. Why did HP's Touchpad fail in the consumer market, and Amazon's Kindle Fire succeed? Ralf Wilden
    15. New product glitters but no glory for Thuraya in high-tech MSS market Imtiaz Sharik Hossain and M. Yunus Ali
    Part IV. Implementing and Monitoring Strategy:
    16. Do you have a 'green thumb' when it comes to growing your brand? Lara Stocchi
    17. Marketing for transformational futures: the case of Marshalls PLC Mark Edwards, Chris Harrop and Alvin Lee.

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    Alvin Lee, Deakin University, Victoria

    Mark G. Edwards, University of Western Australia, Perth

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    Mark Edwards, Alvin Lee, Catherine Archer, Shamsul Kamariah Abdullah, Abel Duarte Alonso, Martin O'Neill, Michelle O'Shea, Claire Lambert, Stephen Fanning, Tim Acker, Imtiaz Sharik Hossain, M. Yunus Ali, Lara Stocchi, Arry Tanusondjaja, Peter Ling, Nitha Palakshappa, Gabriel Eweje, Ralf Wilden, Chris Harrop

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