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Marketing Moves (by Phillip Kotler)

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Amazon link: Marketing Moves: A New Approach to Profits, Growth, and Renewal

See Chaotics: The Business of Managing and Marketing in the Age of Turbulence

  • Marketing Moves (by Phillip Kotler)
    • A New Approach To Profits, Growth, And Renewal
      Reshaping The Practice Of Marketing For The New Century
      By Philip Kotler, Dipak C. Jain, Suvit Manesincee
    • Part one: Reshaping marketing for the digital economy
      • Chapter 1: Positioning marketing as the driver in the digital economy
        • Major shifts toward the digital economy
        • Consumers and businesses acquire new capabilities
          • New consumer capabilities
          • New business capabilities
        • Matching capabilities with value drivers
          • Customer value
          • Core competencies
          • Collaborative networks
        • The need for a new marketing paradigm
          • Table 1-2 the three stages of a new marketing paradigm
        • The holistic marketing framework
          • Figure 1-1 A holistic marketing framework
        • Crafting the competitive platforms
          • Marketing offerings platform
          • Business architecture platform
          • Marketing activities platform
          • Operational system platform
          • Figure 1-2 Four competitive platforms that deliver value
        • Conclusion
        • Questions to ponder
      • Chapter 2 Formulating a market renewal strategy
        • Mastering value in the digital economy and
          • Company driven markets
          • Customer driven markets
          • Collaborator driven markets
          • Community driven markets
        • Shifts and strategic marketing
          • Table 2-1 changing assumptions and strategic marketing thinking
          • Marketing integrates the work of creating and delivering customer when and must have more influence on the rest of the organization
          • Marketing focuses is on permission Marketing
          • Marketing must focus on retaining customers and building loyalty
          • Marketing focus on capturing the lifetime value of the best customers
          • Many marketing expenditures are, in fact, investments
        • Shifts and operational marketing
          • Reverse product design
          • Refers pricing
          • Reverse advertising
          • Reverse promotions
          • Reverse distribution channels
          • Reverse segmentation
        • Exploring the customer's Cognitive space
          • Figure 2-1 the customer's Cognitive space Table 2-2 the customer's Cognitive subspace and what factors
        • Assessing the company's competency space
          • Competency Breadth
            • infrastructure business
            • product innovation and commercialization business
            • customer relationships business
          • Competency depth
        • Capturing collaborators resource base
          • Horizontal partnerships
          • Vertical partnerships
        • Building the enabling environment for market renewal
        • Questions to ponder
          • How much influence the sure marketing department have over the other departments to persuade them to become customer Center
          • What opportunities can markers drawl from the company driven, customer driven, collaborator driven, and community driven that you streams?
          • How far is your company willing to go and customizing its products and services for individual customers? Should it go further?
          • Sure your company still work through function driven Department's, or should organized interdepartmental teams that manage key processes?
          • What is your company doing to into and use the new marketplace? What other incidences initiatives should your company take?
          • How can your be to see marketers use the customer's Cognitive space shown in figure two-one?
          • How can your company link its competency gaps with the resource base available from current and potential collaborators?
    • Part two: Creating competitive platforms
      • Chapter 3 Identifying market opportunities
        • Crafting the customer's benefit to
          • Three major shifts in customer benefit
            • From output based offerings to outcome and input based offerings
            • From product performance to customer experiences
            • From mass-market offerings to customized market offerings
        • Realigning the company's business domain
          • Redefining the company's business concept
          • Reshaping the company's business scope
          • Repositioning the company's brand identity
        • Expanding the Business partner space
          • Linking through outsourcing
          • Linking through syndicating
        • Developing a corporate governance framework
        • Questions to ponder
      • Chapter 4 Designing winning marketing offerings
        • Elaborating the variety of possible Market offerings
          • Figure 4-1 the market offering platform
          • Digital and physical offerings
          • Intangible and tangible offerings
          • Features and Intelligent offerings
          • Container and content offer
        • Designing Market offerings
        • Developing a choice map
          • Assessing the customer consumption chain
          • Understanding the consumer learning experience
          • Developing the contextual offerings
          • Separating form and function
          • Bungled vs focused offerings
        • Offering a choice board
          • Customization
          • Customerization
          • Collaboration
        • Crafting the right value proposition
        • Questions to ponder
      • Chapter 5 Designing the Business architecture
        • Generic business models
          • One-to-one: traditional E-Commerce without intermediary
          • Many-to-one: buy-side intermediary
          • One-to-many: sell-side intermediary
          • Many-to-many: virtual marketplace
        • B2C extended business models
          • E commerce storefronts
          • Portals and infomediaries
          • Facilitators
          • Aggregators
          • Trust intermediaries
          • E-business enablers
        • B2B extended business models
          • B2B portals
          • B2B infomediary
          • B2B hubs
        • The future of B2B markets
        • Questions to ponder
      • Chapter 6 Building the business infrastructure and capabilities
        • Customer relationship management
          • Finding the target customers
          • Filling the target customers needs
            • Translating customer value in to actionable customer benefits
            • Matching the market offerings with the customer's choice content
          • Forming the link with target customers
            • Designing Market Intelligence
            • Gaining insigths from customer information
        • Internal resource management
        • Business partnership management
          • Strategic service partners
          • Non-strategic service partners
          • Value added suppliers
          • Commodity suppliers
          • Network operations
          • Application service providers
        • Cross functional integration applications
        • Questions to ponder
      • Chapter 7 Designing the marketing activities
        • Managing channels
          • Resolving channel conflict
          • Developing an attractive and effective company WebSite
          • Engaging in customer interactive communities
        • Managing promotion
          • Banner ads
          • Sponsorship
          • Microsites
          • Interstitials
          • Alliances and affiliate programs
          • Guerrilla marketing
          • Push advertisements or Web casting
        • Managing pricing
        • Questions to ponder
      • Chapter 8 Designing the operational systems
        • The need to speed up time to market
        • The need to streamline the order to deliver process
        • Types of operational systems
          • Click only
          • Click followed by brick
          • Brick followed by click
          • Brick and mortar only
          • Brick followed by click only
        • The reluctance of businesses to go on-line
        • Questions to ponder
      • Chapter 9 Achieving profits and growth through market renewal
        • Choosing a revenue and profit model
          • Advertising income
          • Sponsorship income
          • Alliance income
          • Membership and subscription income
          • Profile income
          • Transaction Income
          • Market research and information in come
          • Referral Income
          • Further revenue examples
        • Needed: organizational renewal for market renewal
          • Further thoughts and on immigration versus separation
          • Further thoughts of entrepreneurship vs intrapreneurship
          • Further thoughts on functions vs activity
        • In conclusion
        • Questions to ponder

 

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