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Business Assumptions Then and Now

"As the pace of change accelerates, companies can no longer rely on their former business practices to sustain prosperity."

Challenging the Myths of One-Liner Marketing Formulas

"Is there a set of winning marketing practices?"

Two Mistaken Views of Marketing

"Marketing cannot be equivalent to selling because it starts long before the company has a product."

Assessing Which Company Departments are Customer-Minded

"Progressive companies seek to get all of their departments to be customer-oriented, if not customer-driven."

Three Levels of Marketing Performance

"Market-driving companies raise our sights and our civilization."

The Main Steps in the Marketing Management Process

"Marketers have a mindset, just as lawyers, accountants, bankers, engineers, and scientists have their specific mindsets."

What Are the Main Sources of Market Opportunities?

"Marketing is the art of finding, developing, and profiting from opportunities."

How Can a Company Organize Itself to Find More Promising Marketing Opportunities?

"A company that wants new product and service ideas needs to install a system that directs the flow of new ideas to a central point where such ideas can be collected, reviewed, and evaluated."

Improve Your Success Rate in Launching New Products

"So many things can go wrong in developing and launching a new product."

Choosing a Specific Market Positioning

"Companies need to go beyond a broad positioning to express a more concrete benefit and reason to buy."

Value-Position Your Brand

"Ultimately, each company must be able to answer the customer's question: "Why should I buy from you?""

Building Brand Equity

"If it is only a brand name, then it fails as a brand."

What Kinds of Market Intelligence Are Useful?

"Every company contains more information than any manager can possibly know."

Know the Key Actors in the Marketplace

"Consumers, collaborators, and competitors"

Mining Internal Marketing Information

"Too often customer-specific information is only in the salesperson's head or laptop."

Integrating the Marketing Mix

"Companies generally do a poor job of integrating their marketing communications."

Locating Marketing Prospects

"Finding new customers is too costly a use of sales force time."

Selling to Prospects in the Computer Age

"Salespeople have been taught to talk less and listen more."

Keeping Customers for Life

"Today's smart companies do not see themselves as selling products; they see themselves as creating profitable customers."

Delivering More Customer Value

"In today's hypercompetitive marketplace, companies are struggling to differentiate their offerings."

What Types of Marketing Plans Should a Company Develop?

"Plans must be synchronized. They cannot be written independently of each other."

What Should a Marketing Plan Contain?

"Marketing plans should be simple and to the point."

Are Your Marketing Efforts Effective?

"It is conceivable that the future marketing department will metamorphose into a different department, or it might break into two or more departments."

Adapting to the New Age of Electronic Marketing

"Marketers will need to rethink fundamentally the processes by which they identify, communicate, and deliver customer value."


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Kotler on Marketing
Philip Kotler

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Copyright (c) by Philip Kotler.

Biography: Philip Kotler is the S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor of International Marketing at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Professor Kotler is the author or coauthor of 15 books, including Marketing Management, Ninth Edition, named by the Financial Times as one of the 50 best business books ever written, and Social Marketing, Marketing Places, and The Marketing of Nations, all published by The Free Press. He was voted the first Leader in Marketing Thought by the members of the American Marketing Association and is the recipient of the Paul D. Converse Award, the Steuart Henderson Britt Award, the Distinguished Marketing Educator Award, the Prize for Marketing Excellence, the Charles Coolidge Parlin Marketing Award, and the Marketing Educator of the Year Award. He holds honorary doctoral degrees from the University of Stockholm, University of Zurich, Athens School of Economics, and the Cracow School of Economics.

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    • Analyzing the Market Malcolm McDonald, Warren Keegan, Roger Blackwell, David Aaker, Christopher Gardner, Sergio Zyman, Michael Berry, Gordon Linoff, Wayne Burkan, Philip Kotler, Peter Drucker
    • Transitioning to Web Marketing Geoffrey Moore, Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls, David Weinberger, Pauline Bickerton, Matthew Bickerton, Kate Simpson-Holley, Jill Ellsworth, Matthew Ellsworth, Richard Gascoyne, Koray Ozcubukcu, Tom Duncan, Sandra Moriarty, David Bovet, Kim Bayne, Walid Mougayar, Joseph Martha
  • Integrated Marketing, Sales & Service
    • Developing a Marketing Strategy Alvin Lehnerd, Marc Meyer, Malcolm McDonald, Warren Keegan, Jack Trout, Leonard Schlesinger, David Aaker, James Antos, James Brimson, Brian Bloomfield, Dale Littler, David Knights, Philip Kotler, Rod Coombs, James Heskett, Earl Sasser, Kathy Yohalem
    • Selling Solutions, Not Products Robert L Jolles, Kenneth Preiss, Steven Goldman, Roger Nagel, Sharon Drew Morgan, Neil Rackham, John De Vincentis, Barbara Geraghty, Kim Wallace, Harry Washburn, Scott Gross, Adrian Slywotsky, Frederick Webster
    • Exceptional Customer Service Richard Whiteley, Diane Hessan, Regis McKenna, Jack Schmid, Robert Hiebeler, Thomas B Kelly, Charles Ketteman, Jacques Horovitz, Stanley Brown, Alan Webber, Douglas Gantenbein, Jeremy Hope, Tony Hope, David Packard, Gene Tyndall, Christopher Gopal, Wolfgang Partsch, John Kamauff
  • Establishing Value & Pricing
    • Financial Analysis for Successful Marketing Robert Dolan, Malcolm McDonald, Warren Keegan, Jack Trout, Sergio Zyman, Lianabel Oliver, James Antos, James Brimson, Philip Kotler, Janet Lowe, Hermann Simon, Kim Bayne, Garth Hallberg, James Sagner
    • Calculating Customer Value Don Peppers, Martha Rogers, Neil Rackham, John De Vincentis, Thomas Hargraves, Edward Wakin, Jack Schmid, Ian Gordon, Jacques Horovitz, Bob Dorf, James Cortada, Robert Duboff, Joan Koob Cannie, Stanley Brown, Frederick Reichheld, Alan Webber, Jim Spaeth, Jeremy Hope, Tony Hope
    • Pricing for Profitability Robert Dolan, Malcolm McDonald, Warren Keegan, Sharon Oster, Shiv Mathur, Alfred Kenyon, Evan Schwartz, Hermann Simon, Shahid Ansari, Jan Bell, Scott Davis, CAM-I Target Cost Core Group
  • Finding & Targeting Customers
    • Personalization Strategies Carl Shapiro, Hal Varian, Don Peppers, Martha Rogers, Jonathan Ezor, Robbin Zeff, Brad Aronson, Andrew Shapiro, Michael Fradette, Steve Michaud, Leonard Berry, Bob Dorf, Richard Gascoyne, Koray Ozcubukcu, Paul Postma, Kate Maddox, Dana Blankenhorn
    • Identifying Customer Preferences Richard Whiteley, Diane Hessan, Leonard Schlesinger, Walter Tornow, Robert Hiebeler, Thomas B Kelly, Charles Ketteman, Daniel Stowell, Jacques Horovitz, Theodore Kinni, Glenn Rifkin, Manuel London, Shahid Ansari, Jan Bell, James Heskett, Earl Sasser, CAM-I Target Cost Core Group, Sam Hill
  • Customer Relationships & Satisfaction
    • Measuring Customer Satisfaction Robert Kaplan, Leonard Schlesinger, George Day, David Aaker, Thomas Hargraves, Edward Wakin, Robert Hiebeler, Thomas B Kelly, Charles Ketteman, Mark Graham Brown, Kumar, Jacques Horovitz, James Cortada, Tom Connellan, Forler Massnick, Ron Zemke, Stanley Brown, James Heskett, Earl Sasser, David Norton
  • Corporate Positioning & Branding
    • Developing Marketing Plans Malcolm McDonald, Warren Keegan, Jack Nilles, David Aaker, Paul Millier, Daniel Janal, Philip Kotler, Shona Brown, Kathleen Eisenhardt, Kim Bayne, Kathy Yohalem, Peter Drucker
    • Implementing Marketing Plans Malcolm McDonald, Warren Keegan, Don Peppers, Martha Rogers, Don Schultz, Stanley Tannenbaum, Robert Lauterborn, Bob Dorf, Tom Duncan, Sandra Moriarty, Kevin Clancy, Robert Shulman, Philip Kotler, Seth Godin, Glenn Rifkin, Stan Rapp, Thomas Collins, Kim Bayne, Sam Hill
    • Brand Leadership Barry Gibbons, David Aaker, Adam Morgan, Evan Schwartz, Glenn Rifkin, Agnieszka Winkler, Chuck Martin, John Mariotti, Scott Davis, Paul Cohen, Frances Hesselbein, Sam Hill, Kathy Yohalem, Lynn Upshaw
  • Advertising, Public Relations & Promotion
    • Transitioning from Mass Marketing Don Peppers, Martha Rogers, Ian Gordon, Michael Hammer, James Champy, Bob Dorf, Joseph Pine, Paul Postma, Philip Kotler, James Gilmore, Seth Godin, Forler Massnick, Stan Rapp, Thomas Collins, Harry Webber
    • Marketing Communications: Strategy & Tactics Malcolm McDonald, Warren Keegan, Don Schultz, Jonathan Ezor, Robbin Zeff, Brad Aronson, Sergio Zyman, Stanley Tannenbaum, Robert Lauterborn, Sharon Oster, Adam Morgan, Glenn Rifkin, Stan Rapp, Thomas Collins, Scott Davis, Garth Hallberg, Sam Hill
  • Partnerships, Alliances & Co-opetition
    • Partner Relationship Management John Oleson, Jac Fitz-Enz, John Schorr, Geoffrey Moore, Leonard Berry, Martin Deise, Conrad Nowikow, Patrick King, Amy Wright, Jay Galbraith, William Bergquist, Juli Betwee, David Meuel, Susan Mohrman, Edward Lawler, Peter Cohan, Mohamed Zairi
  • Global Marketing Challenges
    • Global Marketing Strategy Robert Dolan, Jonathan Story, Jonathan Ezor, Jean-Pierre Jeannet, Murray Weidenbaum, Samuel Hughes, David Aaker, David Greising, Rolf Jensen, Robert Grosse, Johny Johansson, Ikujiro Nonaka, Hermann Simon
    • Competing in the Global Marketplace Robert Slater, Marshall Goldsmith, Jean-Pierre Jeannet, Richard Schubert, Frances Cairncross, Virginia O'Brien, Sharon Oster, David Moschella, Gary Hamel, Sumantra Ghoshal, Christopher Bartlett, Richard Beckhard, Al Ries, Browning Rockwell, Paul Cohen, Frances Hesselbein, Prahalad
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