Courses Bachelor Display 2016-2017
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|Course title||Strategic Marketing|
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|Language of instruction||English|
In this course we will take the viewpoint of the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). A CMO is not simply an implementer but rather a maker of organization strategy. More specifically, a CMO is expected to be a leader in defining the mission of a business, in analyzing competitive market situations, in developing business objectives and goals, and in defining customer value propositions and marketing strategies that create value for a business unit as a whole.
Hence, we will use this perspective to address the issues of (1) defining the organization’s business, mission and goals; (2) identifying and framing organizational growth opportunities; (3) formulating product-market strategies; (4) budgeting marketing, financial and production resources; and (5) developing reformulation and recovery strategies.
In an increasingly dynamic environment companies require a capacity to continuously learn about and swiftly respond to markets. Fundamental to this is the customer perspective, the recognition that company success comes from delivering superior customer value. Marketing traditionally has advocated the customer focus; yet, today, marketing needs to take on a more strategic, coordinative role within the firm to craft more interactive strategies when it comes to consumers and partners. Thus, it is imperative for both marketing and non-marketing specialists to grasp how marketing helps the firm design strategies starting from the customer.
The course Strategic Marketing focuses on designing strategies from the market back to create, deliver, and sustain customer value. To do so, this course deals with a comprehensive investigation and analysis of all major components of marketing strategy and their integration. This course takes a very business oriented setup with many real-life examples/cases. Students can improve their analytical, teamwork, presentation, and communication skills.
The basic textbook for this course is Kerin, R.A. and Peterson, R.A. (2013). Strategic Marketing Problems: Cases and Comments (13th edition). Pearson Education Limited. This textbook is supplemented by a limited set of articles. Cases will be used for the analysis of real life situations.
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|Teaching methods||PBL / Presentation / Assignment / Groupwork|
|Assessment methods||Participation / Written Exam|
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