Marketing is an extremely multifaceted discipline, and marketers can be extremely multi-skilled individuals. They may be specialists in pricing, marketing communications, product support, channel management, and other functions – or they may be generalists responsible for all of them. Therefore they usually show interest in a variety of topics, “snacking” on many of them. Here are a few “bite-sized” nuggets for marketers. CLICK ON THE BUTTONS IN THE LEFT COLUMN TO ACCESS ARTICLES OR DOWNLOAD PDFs.
“Pricing and Price-Volume Change Formula” is an excerpt from a chapter of my Product Manager’s Handbook that contains the break-even change formula to help managers quickly estimate product volume changes to accompany a price change.
"Learn Before You Burn" is a guest article contributed by Seena Sharp of Sharp Market Intelligence.
The Opportunity Audit questions are thought-starters to use in a marketing audit.
Strategic Market-Based Planning was a 3-day public workshop for managers offered for many years through what is now UW-Madison’s Center for Professional and Executive Development (CPED). I’ve updated and supplied the presentation materials I used in teaching that course. Given the size of the files I disabled the automatic download function. However, feel free to download and save them.
Designing and Managing Marketing Research Projects provides a step-by-step guide in a PowerPoint format.
Marketing Management:Guiding the Maret-Focused Organization is the more tactical counterpart (relatively speaking) to Strategic Market-Based Planning.
Marketing Your Station is a PDF of materials (with embedded links) from a one-day workshop for personnel from local radio and TV stations.