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Marketing Books from Copernicus

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Are Your Marketing Strategies Driven by Your Gut or Your Head?
Only two out of ten U.S. companies grow organically -- through their marketing efforts and the introduction of new products -- by more than 2 or 3 percent per year. The rest are holding their own or actually declining. According to top marketing consultants Kevin J. Clancy and Peter C. Krieg, the reason behind these frustratingly anemic numbers is simple: too many companies rely on a marketing approach that, in today's economic, cultural, and technological climate, is simply obsolete. But they don't have to -- and neither do you. Developments in marketing intelligence technologies enable better, more informed decision ... market research, surveys and trends
Marketing Matters: 10 Golden Lessons From Steve Jobs
“I think we’re having fun. I think our customers really like our products. And we’re always trying to do better.” - Steve Jobs His accomplishments and character helped define a generation and change the world. He is co-founder of the fairytale company we now know as Apple Computers. And he is the visionary of the personal computers world that led the entire computer hardware and software industry to restructure itself. This man with boundless energy and charisma is also a master of hype, hyperbole and the catchy phrase. And even when he’s trying to talk normally, brilliant verbiage comes tumbling ... market research, surveys and trends


Marketing as a way of thinking—The Copernicus MZine
"Aligning your organization, operations, and culture around your brand values brings the promise to life." Interbrand Pretty much every company has an organizational structure. Usually, people are organized around a functional area—whether it be Administration, Finance, Operations, or Marketing—and their job responsibilities are derived from the function they support. Chains of command, titles, and reporting ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Counterintuitive Marketing, Kevin J. Clancy, Book - Barnes & Noble
Why does American business seem to sputter along where it ought to thrive? What is the source of here-today-gone-tomorrow advertising campaigns? Authors Clancy and Krieg trace the high rate of business failure back to bad marketing strategies, showing how intuitive decision-making practices can lead to disappointing performance. In one of the most thoughtful marketing books of the year, Clancy (coauthor of The Marketing Revolution, etc.) and Krieg hammer home the point that nothing is more important to a business's success than marketing. They maintain that, at a time when most corporate growth has resulted from ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


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The Vision of Human Spaceflight Wendell Mendell NASA Johnson Space ...
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BOWLING GREEN, O.-- In the just-ended World Series, the venerable N. Y. Yankees teetered on the edge of greatness, with the possibility of being four-time series winners, for the third time in their history. Their challengers, the upstart Arizona Diamondbacks, sought successfully to prevent that from happening. Yet the Seattle Mariners, with the best record in baseball this year, had already been eliminated. So did the "best team" really win? A recent book by Dr. Jim Albert, a ...
Identifying web communities
Arpanet proved this more than a decade ago. Hobby groups, study groups, organizations with like interests all tend to reference, quote and study each other. In terms of the web, they link to each other. Does anyone find it suprising that link structure would point to groups of sites with similar interests? The study shows that a remarkable degree of order emerges from the independent linking actions of individuals. Any time spent at a college campus would provide enough information to support the fact that people of diverse cultures, backgrounds and goals gather together to form groups where similar interests are shared. Sites ...
How did the invention of the printing press impact its time ...
This sounds like an essay! Let me help you a little bit with these questions. Let's start with the general question of how the printing press impacted its time. 1. It signaled the end of the high rate of illiteracy. People now had the potential to read their own copies of many works, not least of all the Bible. 2. With the increase in literacy, communication amongst more people of various social hierarchies in Europe could thrive (and it did). This means if a certain person wished to propose a new idea or to discuss an important topic, they could share it with a greater number of people and circulate it through each new ...