MKTG 303 MARKETING STRATEGY ANALYSIS AND DECISIONS Unit Outline Semester 1, 2013 Department of Marketing & Management MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS UNIT GUIDE Year and Semester: 2013 Semester 1 Unit convenor: Prerequisites: Dr David Gray MKTG202 and MKTG203 and (ACCG105 or ACCG106 or ACCG100) and (ECON110 or ECON111 or BBA103). Three Credit points: Students in this unit should read this unit outline carefully at the start of semester. It contains important information about the unit. If anything in it is unclear, please consult one of the teaching staff in the unit. ABOUT THIS UNIT This unit considers the role of communication in marketing strategy.
The type of influence tactics that can be used throughout KFF are proactive influence tactics. The tactic I would use the most across all the different managers is collaboration. This will allow for the consultant and staff to build a healthy working relationship. To get complete buy-in from the CEO for the steps KFF needs to make to have the change initiative a success I would use rational persuasion. Giving her all the fact will allow Kathy Kudler to make a good decision about what steps KFF needs to make from top to bottom to allow the new software to be accepted throughout the organization.
As one reported that Lewis inspired dialogue, and participated in problem solving and decision making, to ensure that the team dug deeply into the caused of the problem. They came up with the strategy to maximize direct product profitability (DPP). According to Richard Gentry Executive Vice President in Merchandising, Staples Inc. Lewis was “able to influenced people and get respect because she has a great insight combined with a great natural personality” (Bromley 2004 p82). These traits that Gentry mentioned was listed on the beyond basic traits of a leader from leadership traits. These are the traits combined with her adaptation of situational leadership, help Lewis in her journey to motivate her followers at Staples and lead them in new directions towards meeting their goals.
| | | Readings | Read Ch. 13 of Accounting.Read Ch. 2 & 3 of The Successful Business Plan.Read this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings. | | | Participation | Participate in class discussion. | | 4 | Learning Team | Respond to Designated Discussion Question | 6/25 | 1 | IndividualWileyPLUS Assignment Week Two | Resource: WileyPLUSComplete the following in WileyPLUS: Exercise E13-5 Exercise E13-6 Exercise E13-9 | 6/25 | 3 | IndividualSmall-Business Idea Paper | Imagine the government has released funds for creating small businesses.
Agency Head Leadership Style and Philosophy Mickey feels her leadership approach is more of a coaching style where she leads by example, builds strengths and is very adaptable. Leading by example is something she values greatly, as she wants her employees to see that hard work should be equally distributed within the team, starting with management. She is adaptable and realizes that all employees are different. She helps them succeed by turning their weaknesses into skills. She understands that her employees have science backgrounds and will interpret everything accordingly.
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CPI found these personal connections gave them needed insight to their customer’s problems and helped them rebuild their pipelines. 2) Be proactive. By taking a leadership role in the training industry, CPI was well positioned to help their clients learn about new sources of funding as well as keep abreast of the latest legislation. This outreach led to unexpected benefits: web sites and bloggers began writing about their efforts, which in turn increased their web site traffic. 3) Make sure you build upon your successes.
Question 5 – Customer Service Quality I feel that other measures would be to continue to train the employees on customer skills. Develop a program specifically for Tanglewood that would give the employees realistic scenarios they can do to improve their relationship skills with customer. You can also provide meeting where the manager and employees can discuss certain scenarios to better prepare new hires. I think focus groups will continue to help because they stay on top of problems and can keep you on your toes as the retail business changes. Question 6 – Realism in
She uses the constructivist approach to learning by using prior knowledge to enhance learning and scaffolding techniques. Mrs. Mills builds self-esteem and self-concept in her students by helping them gain confidence. She is never down grading, and when she has to get on to a student she makes sure to go back and say, “Now that is what I was looking for.” Every time Mrs. Mills demonstrated a concept for her students she used modeling. Teacher modeling is especially effective with these