Current Issues in Marketing

EM4R5M44

Semester
A
Discipline
Marketing
Contact hours
27 H
Number of spots
45
Open to visitors
Yes
Language
Coordinator
Jesús GARCÍA-MADARIAGA


Pedagogical contribution of the course to the program

No educational contribution associated with this course for this program.

Description

This course is taught by Pr. Jesús García de Madariaga Miranda. Companies constantly need to stay ahead of their customers and their competition to maintain the ability to meet customer expectations, improve customer relations, and maximize ROI. There are few major companies today who would not agree that understanding and managing customer experience is vital to survival. However, defining its essence is proving to be a difficult task. The main objective of “Current issues in Marketing ” is to develop the competencies and skills needed to effectively manage the current marketing processes in any kind of company. Initially, the ability to make successful marketing decisions with an end goal of maximizing ROI relies on the ability to produce useful measures of customer value. Knowing how much each customer is worth is crucial when a company decides which (if any) marketing communications should be initiated with that customer. Once a company has predicted the values of all of its customers at the individual level using different metrics, strategic marketing decisions can be made to achieve maximum ROI. These different strategies involve reaching the right customer at the right time with the right offer. The student will learn the new trends of Marketing that are used for the market of products and will be able to apply them in a real environment. As said by MSI Executive Director, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused an incredible shift in the global economy that is likely to have long-term effects on consumer behavior, the market, brand and communication strategies, market regulation and public policy, business. opportunities for further research.

Teaching methods

Face-to-face

- Lectures
- Tutorials
- E-learning

In group


- Oral presentations
- Case studies/texts

Interaction

- Discussions/debates

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Learning objectives

Cognitive domain

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to
  • - (level 1) describe the importance of marketing in current economy and society
  • - (level 2) discuss the importance of marketing and marketing research on decision-making in the tactical and strategic sphere in companies and in organizations in general
  • - (level 3) expose the connections and understand interdependence between marketing decisions and other functions within the firm
  • - (level 3) test critical thinking, self-reflection of the students around the content of the program.
  • - (level 6) develop the ability to analyze and take action standards in the marketing management.

Affective domain

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to
  • - (level 4) integrate main current issues in Marketing
  • - (level 4) analyze the future role students will be able to play in entreprises thanks to their understanding of current issues in marketing s

Outline

At the end of the course, the students should be able to show competencies and skills needed to effectively manage the marketing processes in any type of company, and to be aware of the current issues in Marketing that are used for the market of products and will be able to apply them in a real environment Presentation of the Course 1. Current Issues in Marketing • CRM, Customer Experience and Engagement Orientation • What does it mean that a Company is engaged -oriented or customer-centric? • How to deliver a truly omnichannel customer experience? • Customer Decision Journey in Digital marketing 2. Marketing 5.0: Pitching the Right Product, to the Right Customer at the Right Time through the Best Channel. • Marketing Agenda 2022 • Research Priorities 2020-2022 • Top Consumer Trends 2022 • Ethical concerns 3. Consumer behavior and marketing research • Market Research Process • Analyse the Potential Sources of Error in Research Designs 4. Neuromarketing • Memory: Somatic Markers • Influence of emotions in consumer decision making • Emotional Communication Process 5. Segmenting and positioning strategies • Macro-segmentation versus micro-segmentation • Behavioral segmentation • Market Segmentation Process 6. Customer Value Management • Knowing your market and recognizing your customers • Customer Value Management Process • Calculating customer selection metrics: customer lifetime value (CLV) and CRV, CIV, CKV • Link between loyalty and profitability. ; Balancing customer acquisition and retention. • Improving customer profitability models. How can we measure a customer’s worth?

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Teaching material

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Recommended reading


Kotler, P., Kartajaya, H. & Setiawan, I. (2021): Marketing 5., Technology for Humanity, Wiley, USA Kumar, V., & Reinartz, W. (2018). Customer relationship management: Concept, strategy, and tools. Springer. Malhotra, N.K. (2021): Customer relationship marketing : theoretical and managerial perspectives Hackensack (New Jersey) : World Scientific, Malhotra, N. K. (2019): Marketing Research. An applied orientation, 7th Ed., Prentice Hall, USA Marketing Science Institute (2020). Research Priorities 2020-2022 Rust, R.T. (2020), The future of marketing, International Journal of Research in Marketing, 37 (1), 15-26, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijresmar.2019.08.002


Charm T., Dhar R., Haas R., Liu J., Novemsky J. & Teichner W. (2020). Understanding and shaping consumer behavior in the next normal. McKysney Quaterly, July 24. Davenport, T. & Abhijit Guha & Dhruv Grewal & Timna Bressgott (2020). "How artificial intelligence will change the future of marketing," Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Springer, vol. 48(1), pages 24-42. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11747-019-00696-0 Garcia-Madariaga, Blasco López, M.F., Moya Burgos, I. & Recuero Virto, N. (2019): “Do isolated Packaging variables influence consumers' Attention and Preferences?”, Physiology & Behavior,200, 96-103 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physbeh.2018.04.030 García-Madariaga, J., Moya, I., Recuero, N. and Blasco, M.F. (2020): Revealing unconscious consumer reactions to advertisements that include visual metaphors. A neurophysiological experiment, Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 760 https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2020.00760 Jacobides M. G. & Reeves M. (2020). Adapt Your Business to the New Reality, Harvard Business Review, September-Octorber. Moya, I., García-Madariaga, J., (2022): Is a Video Worth More Than a Thousand Images? A Neurophysiological Study on the Impact of Different Types of Product Display on Consumer Behaviour in. Martínez-López, F.J, and Martinez, L.F. e-Commerce in Advances in Digital Marketing and eCommerce, Third International Conference, 2022 (ISBN: 978-3-031-05728-1) Oblander, E. S., Gupta, S., Mela, C. F., Winer, R. S., & Lehmann, D. R. (2020). The past, present, and future of customer management. Marketing Letters, 31(2-3), 125-136. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11002-020-09525-9 Pansari, A. ¬ Kumar, V. (2017)., “Customer Engagement – The Construct, Antecedents and Consequences,”, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 45:294–311. Reinartz, W. and Kumar, V. (2002), The mismanagement of customer loyalty. Harvard Business Review 80 (7), 86-94. ROEDERER C. (2019). When social intrusiveness depletes customer value: a balanced perspective on the agency of simultaneous sharers in a commercial sharing experience. Psychology and Marketing, 1-16 https://doi.org/10.1002/mar.21258 Urban, G., Timoshenko, A., Dhillon, P., & Hauser, J. R. (2020). Is Deep Learning a Game Changer for Marketing Analytics? MIT Sloan Management Review, 61(2), 70-76 Yankelovich, D. and Meer, D. (2006), Rediscovering market segmentation, Harvard Business Review 84(2):122-31. Venkatesan, R. Executing on a customer engagement strategy. J. of the Acad. Mark. Sci. 45, 289–293 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11747-016-0513-6

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Assessment

List of assessment methods

Intermediate assessment / continuous assessment 1Class no. 2, 3, 4
Written (40 Min.) / Individual / English / Weight : 40 %
Details : Students will be put in challenging situations to make a presentation to their class group in each session. Specifications will be given throughout the course.
This evaluation is used to measure LO1.1, LO1.2, LO1.3, LO2.2, LO2.3, LO3.1, LO4.1, LO4.2
Intermediate assessment / continuous assessment 2Other (date, pop quiz, etc.) : not defined
Written and oral (30 Min.) / Group / English / Weight : 60 %
Details : group presentation on marketing issues presented in class.
This evaluation is used to measure LO1.1, LO1.2, LO1.3, LO2.1, LO2.2, LO2.3, LO3.1, LO4.1, LO4.2
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