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Marketing Management, Global Edition

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Contemporary Views on Marketing Practices, Chapter 1

Broadening the Concept of Marketing Still Further: the Megamarketing Concept

Broadening the Concept of Marketing Still Further: the Megamarketing Concept
Jagdish Sheth, Philip Kotler. Emerson, Richard (1962), “Power-Dependence
Relations,” American Sociological Review, 27 (February), 31-41. Kotler, Philip,
and ...

Lo bueno funciona

A quienes mezclan Responsabilidad Social Corporativa con negocios se les suele tildar bien de empresarios oportunistas que quieren lavar su imagen o bien de emprendedores con visión social que desean crear un mundo mejor. Lejos de ambas visiones Philip Kotler, el gurú del marketing, junto a dos grandes expertos como David Hessekiel y Nancy R. Lee, nos acercan a la teoría positivista de las iniciativas sociales como medio de alcanzar el delicado equilibrio de generar simultáneamente dividendos financieros y sociales.Lo bueno funciona enseña a todo aquel que se considere un verdadero creador de negocio a dar con la mejor causa social corporativa a través de casos de éxito tanto de compañías españolas (Agbar, CaixaBank, Coca-Cola, Danone, Endesa, Telefónica, Mango y Unilever) como de otras extranjeras. Sus páginas están llenas de orientaciones y de los mejores consejos para integrar el marketing con las iniciativas sociales en los principales objetivos de un negocio. Este libro es la mejor brújula para lograr ser un empresario responsable y no solo parecerlo.

Lejos de ambas visiones Philip Kotler, el gurú del marketing, junto a dos grandes expertos como David Hessekiel y Nancy R. Lee, nos acercan a la teoría positivista de las iniciativas sociales como medio de alcanzar el delicado equilibrio ...

A Stakeholder Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility

Pressures, Conflicts, and Reconciliation

Corporate social responsibility has grown into a global phenomenon that encompasses businesses, consumers, governments, and civil society, and many organizations have adopted its discourse. Yet corporate social responsibility remains an uncertain and poorly defined ambition, with few absolutes. First, the issues that organizations must address can easily be interpreted to include virtually everyone and everything. Second, with their unique, often particular characteristics, different stakeholder groups tend to focus only on specific issues that they believe are the most appropriate and relevant in organizations' corporate social responsibility programs. Thus, beliefs about what constitutes a socially responsible and sustainable organization depend on the perspective of the stakeholder. Third, in any organization, the beliefs of organizational members about their organization's social responsibilities vary according to their function and department, as well as their own managerial fields of knowledge. A Stakeholder Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility provides a comprehensive collection of cutting-edge theories and research that can lead to a more multifaceted understanding of corporate social responsibility in its various forms, the pressures and conflicts that result from these different understandings, and some potential solutions for reconciling them.

A Stakeholder Approach to Corporate Social Responsibility provides a comprehensive collection of cutting-edge theories and research that can lead to a more multifaceted understanding of corporate social responsibility in its various forms, ...

Marketing Places

Today's headlines report cities going bankrupt, states running large deficits, and nations stuck in high debt and stagnation. Philip Kotler, Donald Haider, and Irving Rein argue that thousands of "places" -- cities, states, and nations -- are in crisis, and can no longer rely on national industrial policies, such as federal matching funds, as a promise of jobs and protection. When trouble strikes, places resort to various palliatives such as chasing grants from state or federal sources, bidding for smokestack industries, or building convention centers and exotic attractions. The authors show instead that places must, like any market-driven business, become attractive "products" by improving their industrial base and communicating their special qualities more effectively to their target markets. From studies of cities and nations throughout the world, Kotler, Haider, and Rein offer a systematic analysis of why so many places have fallen on hard times, and make recommendations on what can be done to revitalize a place's economy. They show how "place wars" -- battles for Japanese factories, government projects, Olympic Games, baseball team franchises, convention business, and other economic prizes -- are often misguided and end in wasted money and effort. The hidden key to vigorous economic development, the authors argue, is strategic marketing of places by rebuilding infrastructure, creating a skilled labor force, stimulating local business entrepreneurship and expansion, developing strong public/private partnerships, identifying and attracting "place compatible" companies and industries, creating distinctive local attractions, building a service-friendly culture, and promoting these advantages effectively. Strategic marketing of places requires a deep understanding of how "place buyers" -- tourists, new residents, factories, corporate headquarters, investors -- make their place decisions. With this understanding, "place sellers" -- economic development agencies, tourist promotion agencies, mayor's offices -- can take the necessary steps to compete aggressively for place buyers. This straightforward guide for effectively marketing places will be the framework for economic development in the 1990s and beyond.

This straightforward guide for effectively marketing places will be the framework for economic development in the 1990s and beyond.