PLEASE ANALYZE THE 6 HIGHLIGTED TOPICS WITH 200 WORD COUNT DUE MARCH 3/15/2017 A

PLEASE ANALYZE THE 6 HIGHLIGTED TOPICS WITH 200 WORD COUNT DUE MARCH 3/15/2017 AM
MKT/571 UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX 
Marketing Management, Ch. 1: Defining Marketing for the New Realities
Read pages 5-19 and 30-33 of Marketing Management. 
Consider the following as you read: 
Understand disintermediation (the delivery of products and services by intervening in the traditional flow of good). How have Google and Amazon disrupted not only bricks and mortar marketplace but internet marketing?
Marketing Management, Ch. 2: Developing Marketing Strategies and Plans
Considerthe following as you read: 
How does marketing intelligence (knowledge of your customers wants and needs) help drive marketing strategy
Marketing Management, Ch. 3: Collecting Information and Forecasting Demand
Read pages 70-85, 92, and 95 of Marketing Management. 
Considerthe following as you read: 
What has Wal-Mart done well (and differently) than other companies like Target, K-Mart, Sears?
Challenges and Opportunities Discussion
Marketing management
How is marketing management both an art and a science? What marketing challenges and opportunities do businesses face today?
Market Research Discussion
Research: Quantitative vs Qualitative
Many market researchers have their favorite research approaches or techniques, although different researchers often have different preferences. Some researchers maintain that the only way to really learn about consumers or brands is through in-depth, qualitative research. Others contend that the only legitimate and defensible form of marketing research uses quantitative measures.
Take a position: The best marketing research is quantitative in natureversusThe best marketing research is qualitative in nature
Create or Satisfy Needs Discussion
Marketing shapes or reflects needs
Marketing has often been defined in terms of satisfying customers’ needs and wants. Critics, however, maintain that marketing goes beyond that and creates needs and wants that did not exist before. They feel marketers encourage consumers to spend more money than they should on goods and services they do not really need.
Take a position: Marketing shapes consumer needs and wants versus Marketing merely reflects the needs and wants of consumers.

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