UofP - MBA570 - Feedback wResponse - Week One - 07-25-06

UofP - MBA570 - Feedback wResponse - Week One - 07-25-06

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F LEXT N ET F LEXT N ET A SSIGNMENT F EEDBACK N AME Robb Sikes C OURSE MBA/570 Sustainable Customer Relationships G ROUP ID WCDXMBA32 W EEK One (July 15 – July 23, 2006) P ARTICIPATION 11 posts; fantastic participation – your interactions with other learns were insightful, well-constructed and intelligently narrated – in the coming weeks, try and support your DQ postings (at least your initial ones) with properly cited references to help increase your effectiveness with academic, persuasive writing. These can be from your readings, online articles or any credible source you’d like. 40 / 40 I NDIVIDUAL A SSIGNMENT N/A N/A T EAM A SSIGNMENT N/A N/A W EEKLY P OINT A CCUMULATION 40.00 / 40.00 Mark: You wrote “…in the coming weeks, try and support your DQ postings (at least your initial ones) with properly cited references to help increase your effectiveness with academic, persuasive writing.” Please see both initial posts for week one, including properly cited references. I believe both posts were well research, cited, and written. As I appreciate your feedback, I am unclear regarding the your comment. Might you clarify when you have a moment, Lord Vader? Discussion Question 1.1 Due Episode I, Due Day 3 Marketing Overview “What does marketing mean for you? Define what the four Ps of marketing are and what tasks, activities and methods are classified into each. Be sure to provide specific examples to illustrate each?” Marketing means a promotion of products, including advertising. However, in the business environment, marketing is customer centered. Meaning—products are often developed to meet the desires of groups of customers or specific customers. Professor E. Jerome McCarthy divided marketing into four general sets of activities. His typology has become universally recognized as the “Four Ps” (Answers.Com, 2006). These four elements are also called the marketing mix or the controllable variables because they are under the general control of the marketing department. Furthermore, environmental factors—also called uncontrollable variables—and include social,
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UofP - MBA570 - Feedback wResponse - Week One - 07-25-06

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