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Kotler On Marketing: How To Create, Win, and Dominate Markets (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Philip Kotler
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Robert W. Galvin Chairman of the Executive Committee, Motorola Inc. This book is about WINNING profitably; optimally creating and managing demand from various customers' focused needs.

Al Ries Chairman, Ries & Ries, coauthor of Positioning Kotler is marketing. Everybody who is anybody in marketing should read this book.

Stan Rapp Chairman and CEO, McCann Relationship Marketing Worldwide Must reading from the eye-opening picture of life in the year 2005 to the final look at adapting to the New Age of Electronic Marketing.

Bradley T. Gale author of Managing Customer Value Strategy, tactics, and guidelines for improving marketing effectiveness and customer value spring to life in this must-use book.

David Aaker author of Building Strong Brands Provocative insights and thoughtful prescriptions that will guide executives who face the challenges of powerful customers, global forces, and new technologies.

George S. Day author of Market Driven Strategy A masterful job by the master thinker about marketing....The latest thinking on all the enduring issues of how to find, win, and keep customers.

Professor Leonard L. Berry author of Discovering the Soul of Service An unrivaled opportunity to spend quality time with one of the leading marketing thinkers in the world.

Frederick E. Webster, Jr. C. H. Jones 3rd Century Professor of Management, Amos Tuck School, Dartmouth College Up-to-the-minute examples of best practice. A terrific overview of the rapidly changing field of marketing strategy and tactics.

Kevin J. Clancy, Ph.D. Chairman & CEO, Copernicus: The Marketing Investment Strategy Group An amazing guide to marketing excellence, with original and powerful advice. A must-read for anyone concerned with building, implementing, and monitoring extraordinary marketing programs, from one of the greatest minds in marketing today. I'm ordering copies for everyone in my firm.

Christopher Lovelock author of Product Plus and Services Marketing A treasure trove of practical insights into modern marketing -- like taking a master class from the world's leading marketing professor.

Présentation de l'éditeur

Philip Kotler's name is synonymous with marketing. His textbooks have sold more than 3 million copies in 20 languages and are read as the marketing gospel in 58 countries. Now Kotler on Marketing offers his long-awaited, essential guide to marketing for managers, freshly written based on his phenomenally successful worldwide lectures on marketing for the new millennium.
Through Kotler's profound insights you will quickly update your skills and knowledge of the new challenges and opportunities posed by hypercompetition, globalization, and the Internet. Here you will discover the latest thinking, concisely captured in eminently readable prose, on such hot new fields as database marketing, relationship marketing, high-tech marketing, global marketing, and marketing on the Internet. Here, too, you will find Kotler's savvy advice, which has so well served such corporate clients as AT&T, General Electric, Ford, IBM, Michelin, Merck, DuPont, and Bank of America. Perhaps most important, Kotler on Marketing can be read as a penetrating book-length discourse on the 14 questions asked most frequently by managers during the 20-year history of Kotler's worldwide lectures. You will gain a new understanding of such age-old conundrums as how to select the right market segments or how to compete against lower-price competitors. You will find a wealth of cutting-edge strategies and tactics that can be applied immediately to such 21st-century challenges as reducing the enormous cost of customer acquisition and keeping current customers loyal.
If your marketing strategy isn't working, Kotler's treasury of revelations offers hundreds of ideas for revitalizing it. Spend a few hours today with the world's bestknown marketer and improve your marketing performance tomorrow.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Un livre de base d'un pape du marketing 11 février 2008
Ce livre fait parti de ma base de livres marketing pour rapidement me rappeler comment attaquer des nouveaux marchés ou produits du point de vue du marché. Je préfère souvent feuilleter ce manuel de 207 p. que prendre son grand frère - la bible du marketing (Marketing Management 706 p. en 11ême édition) du même auteur. Ce livre plein d'exemples - j'étais fier de trouver 7 exemples mentionant mon entreprise - suffit pour comprendre comment appliquer le marketing mix (ou les 4P ou 4C) à différents marchés pour le novice.La partie centrale analyse coment adapter son offre - sans toucher au prix - pour délivrer plus de valeur au client et le fidéliser. Elle explique que la partie Prix soit moins étoffée que beaucoup le souhaiteraient...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Maestro of Marketing speaks again� 15 novembre 2000
Par Jill Clardy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Kotler's latest book is a great refresher course on marketing in the new millennium. The organization and prose of the book make it an enjoyable read, not at all academic and stuffy. We're using it as a textbook in an MBA Marketing Strategy course, and it is comprehensive and insightful as to the new challenges of marketing.
The book is organized into four parts:
Part One: Strategic Marketing - including sections on building profitable businesses through world-class marketing; using marketing to understand, create, communicate and deliver value; identifying market opportunities and developing targeted value offerings; developing value propositions and building brand equity.
Part Two: Tactical Marketing - developing and using market intelligence; designing the marketing mix; acquiring, retaining and growing customers; designing and delivering more customer value.
Part Three: Administrative Marketing - planning and organizing for more effective marketing; evaluating and controlling marketing performance.
Part Four: Transformational Marketing - adapting to the new age of electronic marketing.
Whether you read the book from cover to cover, or add it to your reference library and just read specific sections, you will find it full of useful theories, practical advice and many current examples.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Philosophy, psychology, psience and the pfuture 29 décembre 1999
Par Michael Gering - Publié sur Amazon.com
Philosophy, psychology, psience and the pfuture Kotler on Marketing, by Philip Kotler
Future prosperity, we are told, revolves around generating demand and not around cutting costs. For this reason, marketing is perhaps the primary challenge of any good management team.
The marketing executive is routinely expected to target a market, position a product, match features to benefits, select channels, and establish the pricing policy. In addition he or she allocates and primes the sales force, manages the brand, and manages category profitability. Indeed, it has been said, that the best training for a future marketing director is a short spell as CEO.
Professor Kotler is often regarded the world's foremost marketing authority. He has been writing textbooks over four decades and his eight hundred and fifty-page book, Marketing Management, is widely referred to as the bible. In Kotler on Marketing, he takes the reader through a whirlwind tour of the marketing discipline. Marketing is more than "selling with a college degree". Rather it supplements selling, using strategic tools, such as segmentation, and tactical tools, which help match benefits to needs. As Dilbert says, the most important segment is the `stupid rich', and if you sell enough units there, then you develop economies of scale and can sell to the `stupid poor', the segment "where the real volume is".
The book has four chapters on strategic marketing which teach us how to build value and deliver brand equity. It then has four chapters on tactical marketing which teach us to design the marketing mix, and two chapters on administrative marketing, which involves planning, organising, evaluating and controlling. It has a further section on transformational marketing, looking at trends and predicting the essential marketing issues of the future.
Management textbooks are well known for their acronyms and alliterative lists, the three R's, the four P's, and the seven S's to name a few. This book is contains many such lists from winning marketing practices, to an updated version of the four P model, as well as the five generic value propositions. Each chapter has questions at the end to help the manager "apply the content to his company's situation", and there is an appendix at the end looking at success strategies of marketing in different industries.
Jane Gephart, editor of the Sloan Management review, asks her contributors if they can write an introduction which "does not mention the pace of change in today's world". Kotler on Marketing mentions the pace of change repeatedly and uses the standard case studies such as Wal-Mart and South West Airlines in their expected settings. However, if you are not one of the three million students who have bought Professor Kotler's text books, and don't have the time to wade through 800 pages, then you will find this book easy to read and comprehensive. It will give you the framework, the questions, and the language needed to hold an intelligent marketing conversation. In that sense, this book is itself a case study in marketing; it is a repackaged product, aimed at a target market and using value pricing.
Book Review: Kotler on Marketing, How to Create, Win and Dominate Markets, by Philip Kotler, the free press 1999.
Dr Michael Gering, Michael is a director at Sediba consulting, a company which he co-founded.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Comparison of traditional and contemporary practices. 20 février 2001
Par Turgay BUGDACIGIL - Publié sur Amazon.com
"Companies often fail to recognize that their marketplace changes every few years...Last year's winning strategy may become today's losing strategy. As someone observed, there are two kinds of companies: those who change and those who disappear...Today's economic landscape is being shaped by two powerful forces- 'technology' and 'globalization.' The technological landscape today is dotted with new products...Technology is the ultimate shaper not only of the material substructure of society, but also of human thought patterns...Technology drives the second major force, globalization...Besides technology and globalization, other forces are reshaping the economy. 'Deregulation' is occurring in many economies. Protected companies, often monopolies, suddenly confront new competitors...Another strong force is 'privatization', where former publicly held companies and agencies have been turned over to private ownership and management, in the belief that they would be better managed and more efficient...Yogi Berra, the legendary Yankee catcher, summed it up when he said, 'The future ain't what it used to be.' He might have added: 'Do you feel your company is being chased by wild animals. If not, you should!' Markets are pitiless. Jack Welch would start his management meetings with the admonishment, 'Change or die.' Richard Love of Hewlett-Packard observes: 'The pace of change is so rapid that the ability to change has now become a competitive advantage.' The ability to change requires an ability to learn. Peter Senge and others have popularized the notion of a 'learning organization.' Not surprisingly, companies such as Coca-Cola, General Electric, and Skandia have appointed vice presidents of knowledge, or learning or intellectual capital. Those vice presidents have the task of designing 'knowledge management systems' to enable rapid company learning about trends and developments affecing consumers, competitors, distributors, and suppliers" (pp.3-5).
In this context, in Chapter 1, after saying as the pace of change accelerates, companies can no longer rely on their former business practices to sustain prosperity, Philip Kotler compares busines assumptions and practices that were practiced 'then' with the ones being increasingly practiced 'now' as following:
I- 'Then'
1. Make everything inside the company.
2. Improve on one's own.
3. Go it alone.
4. Operate with functional departments.
5. Focus domestically.
6. Be product-centered.
7. Make a standard product.
8. Focus on the product.
9. Practice mass marketing.
10. Find a sustainable competitive advantage.
11. Develop new products slowly and carefully.
12. Use many suppliers.
13. Manage from the top.
14. Operate in the marketplace.
II- 'Now'
1. Buy more things outside (outsource).
2. Improve by benchmarking others.
3. Network with other firms, collabotate.
4. Manage business processes with multidiscipline teams.
5. Focus globally and locally.
6. Be market-and customer-centered.
7. Make adopted/or customized products.
8. Focus on the value chain.
9. Practice target marketing.
10. Keep inventing new advantages.
11. Speed up the new product development process cycle.
12. Use few suppliers.
13. Manage up and down and across.
14. Operate in the marketspace.
Finally, he writes that those in the 'now' list are viewed as more effective contemporary approaches to profitability. Your company can almost tell how much it has adopted contemporary business practices by placing a check in each list on either the 'then' or the 'now'. If most of the checks are on the 'then', your company is locked in traditional practices.
Strongly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Kotler in One THIN Book 12 juin 2000
Par iVan Wong - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is written for those who is not expert in Marketing and doesn't have time to read through the Marketing Classics "Marketing Management" (one of the thickest Marketing book) by the same author. As it put all Kotler's idea in one book, it also serve as a "review" even for those who read through "Marketing Management". If you are only allow to buy one book from Kotler, buy this! Greate book!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Welcome departure from the old Kotler style 3 juin 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
An evocative book. Certainly a welcome departure from the pedantic, "blind-em-with- science" approach of Kotler's other works. This latest "must-read" contribution to marketing strategy has a far better chance of being used by the business world rather than students. The Questions to Consider, featured at the end of each chapter, give a useful introspection to most companies, which should not be complacent with their satus quo. Kotler's refreshing perspective and absorbing interpretation of latest trends are a useful contribution. Hopefully we will see a sequel in the not-too-distant future ...
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