Language : English
Published : 2014-02-13
Pages : 432
Advertising and Integrated Brand Promotion (with CourseMate with Ad Age Printed Access Card) 7th Edition
Place yourself in the midst of today’s fast-paced exhilarating world of advertising with O’Guinn/Allen/Semenik/Close’s ADVERTISING AND INTEGRATED BRAND PROMOTION, 7E. This powerful and practical cutting-edge text draws from the authors’ vast experiences in the boardroom and classroom to give you intriguing insights into advertising in the real world. With ADVERTISING AND INTEGRATED BRAND PROMOTION, 7E you’ll see how good advertising is the result of hard work and careful planning. The comprehensive online companion to the printed text provides integrated discussion of video and other medium heretofore unavailable to be illustrated in traditional print delivery. A leader for its emphasis on integrated brand promotion, this edition combines a solid understanding of advertising strategy and important theory with real-world applications. The book’s integrated learning experience gives you hands-on practice putting chapter concepts into action. This clearly written text brings a solid understanding of advertising strategy to life with more dynamic visuals and graphic examples than ever before. Today’s most contemporary ads and exhibits combine with coverage of the latest practices and industry developments, including social media, design thinking, and an emphasis on globalization. The book’s focus on real advertising practice is reflected in the book’s contents that follows the same process as an advertising agency. Trust ADVERTISING AND INTEGRATED BRAND PROMOTION, 7E to equip you with the tools, knowledge, and practice to get results in advertising and business today.
About the Author
Angeline Close Scheinbaum teaches in the Department of Advertising and Public Relations in the College of Communication at the University of Texas at Austin. Her main research interest is in the area of event marketing–namely, how consumers’ experiences at sponsored events influence attitudes and consumer behavior. Her research explains how to engage consumers with events, how to uncover drivers of effective event sponsorships, how entertainment impacts affect toward events/purchase intention toward sponsors, what the role of sponsor-event congruity is, and why consumers may resist events. Professor Close Scheinbaum also researches consumers’ experiences with electronic marketplaces-online experiences and how they interplay with on-ground events. She has contributed over a dozen peer-reviewed research publications and book chapters. They have appeared in the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Advances in Consumer Research, Journal of Advertising Research, and Journal of Business Research, among others. This research has been featured on CBS and in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, New Scientist, the St. Petersburg Times, and the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Close Scheinbaum also brings experience as a marketing research consultant, and she has contributed research projects for Hallmark, Coca-Cola, Dodge, Ford, Cingular, New Media Institute, Harvey’s Grocery, United Community Bank, AT&T, Fashion Show Mall, Suzuki, Tour de GA, Road Atlanta, Red Rock Country Club, Lexus, and Shell. Prior to joining the University of Texas, she served the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’s business faculty for five years. Prior to that, she studied advertising and marketing at the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication and the Terry College of Business. Close Scheinbaum also has gained global experience while studying abroad in Madrid, Spain, and Avignon, France. Chris Allen is the Arthur Beerman Professor of Marketing at the University of Cincinnati. He has also held faculty positions at Northwestern University and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. His research has investigated the influence of affect and emotion in decision-making and persuasive communication. Other published work has examined consumption issues in diverse domains such as determinants of household spending, motives for blood donation, fostering energy conservation, and the effects of news reporting on consumers’ attitudes. It has appeared in numerous journals and compilations, including JCR, JMR, JM, JPP&M, JBR, Journalism Quarterly, Journal of Advertising, Harvard Business Review, Advances in Nonprofit Marketing, and Handbook of Consumer Psychology. Chris has served on the editorial review boards for JCR, JCP, JM and JA, and has been a frequent reviewer for programs such as the Ferber Award, and the AMA/Howard, ACR/Sheth, and MSI Dissertation Competitions. He has also served as program administrator for P&G’s Marketing Innovation Research Fund–a funding source for dissertation research. He received his Ph.D. in Marketing and Consumer Psychology from Ohio State. Richard J. Semenik is Professor of Marketing and former Dean of the College of Business at Montana State University-Bozeman, as well as founder and Executive Director of the College’s Center for Entrepreneurship for the New West. Before coming to Montana State, Rich served as head of the Marketing Department at the Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and Associate Dean for Research. He also has co-founded two companies. With expertise in marketing strategy, advertising, and branding, he has given numerous speeches and seminars across the United States, as well as in Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Finland, Mexico, Germany, France, Belgium, and Scotland. He also has been a visiting research scholar at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and a visiting scholar at Anahuac Universidad in Mexico City, Mexico. His research has appeared in the Journal of Advertising, Journal of Consumer Research, and Journal of International Advertising, as well as the proceedings of the American Marketing Association and Association for Consumer Research conferences. He has consulted with major corporations, advertising agencies, and early stage start-up companies including IBM, Premier Resorts International, SFX Entertainment, the Van Gogh Museum (Netherlands), American Investment Bank, Printingforless.com, InfoGears, Scientific Materials, and LigoCyte Pharmaceuticals. Professor Semenik also served on the National Board of Directors of the American Advertising Museum and the Industry Relations Board of the American Academy of Advertising. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan, an MBA from Michigan State University, and a Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. Thomas C. O’Guinn is Professor of Marketing at The University Of Wisconsin-Madison. He is also Research Fellow in the Center for Brand and Product Management, also at U.W.-Madison. Thomas has published widely. He has served on many editorial and advisory boards, and his research has won several awards. He has assisted several major marketers with their advertising and marketing. He is currently involved with UW-Madison’s Design for Business Thinking initiative. He has never owned a mini-van.
Advertising Promotion and Other Aspects of Integrated Marketing Communications: South African Edition 1st Edition
Advertising, Promotion, and Other Aspects of Integrated Marketing Communications, South African Edition provides a contemporary view of the role and importance of marketing communications. Emerging topics such as the enormous popularity of social media outlets, online and digital practices, viral communications, and personal selling – along with all of their effects on traditional marketing – are also discussed in this edition.
About the Author
Jonathan Murphy is Lecturer in International Management and Organizational Analysis at Cardiff University, Wales, UK. He has combined academic study of management with professional practice in the areas of democracy and good governance. Jonathan is author of The World Bank and Global Managerialism as well as numerous articles and book chapters on international management, non-profit sector, and international development issues. He is Associate Editor of Critical Perspectives on International Business, the first international management journal with an explicitly critical focus. He holds a doctorate in management from the Judge Business School at Cambridge University, UK. Hugh Willmott is Research Professor at the Cardiff Business School. He has previously held appointments at the Universities of Cambridge, Manchester and Aston, and visiting appointments at the Universities of Copenhagen, Lund and Cranfield. His books include Making Quality Critical, The Re-engineering Revolution, Managing Knowledge, Management Lives, Studying Management Critically and Fragmenting Work. He has published widely in social science and management journals and currently is a member of the editorial boards of the Academy of Management Review, Organization Studies, Journal of Management Studies and an Associated Editor of Organization. Richard L. Daft, Ph.D., is the Brownlee O. Currey, Jr., Professor of Management in the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University. Professor Daft specializes in the study of organization theory and leadership. Dr. Daft is a Fellow of the Academy of Management and has served on the editorial boards of Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, and Journal of Management Education. Professor Daft has authored or coauthored 13 books, including The Executive and the Elephant: A Leader’s Guide to Building Inner Excellence (Jossey-Bass, 2010), Organization Theory and Design (South-Western, 2010), The Leadership Experience (South-Western, 2011), and What to Study: Generating and Developing Research Questions (Sage, 1982). He published Fusion Leadership: Unlocking the Subtle Forces That Change People and Organizations (Berrett-Koehler, 2000) with Robert Lengel. He also has authored dozens of scholarly articles, papers, and chapters. His work has been published in Administrative Science Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Management, Accounting Organizations and Society, Management Science, MIS Quarterly, California Management Review, and Organizational Behavior Teaching Review. Professor Daft is an active teacher and consultant. He has taught management, leadership, organizational change, organizational theory, and organizational behavior. He has been involved in management development and consulting for many companies and government organizations, including the American Bankers Association, Bridgestone, Bell Canada, the Transportation Research Board, Nortel, TVA, Pratt & Whitney, State Farm Insurance, Tenneco, the United States Air Force, the United States Army, J. C. Bradford & Co., Central Parking System, Entergy, Bristol-Myers Squibb, First American National Bank, and the Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Change Management is a crucial process for gaining the competitive advantage that is the goal of many organisations. This 5th edition of Organisational Change: Development and Transformation has been comprehensively revised to fully explain change management from the perspectives of organisational development and organisational transformation.
Peter Reed is the former MBA Director at Monash University and Associate Professor of Marketing. His areas of expertise cover strategic marketing, marketing planning, brand positioning and integrated marketing communications. He has extensive experience in the marketing field as a marketing practitioner, consultant and as an academic. In 2004 Peter was awarded the Monash University Faculty of Business and Economics Dean’s Teaching Award and the University’s Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Teaching in 2005. In 2009 under Peter’s leadership the Monash MBA was ranked number 1 in the world in the category of personal development and educational experience in the Economist worldwide survey of MBAs.