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MK ___ Marketing planning

 

Basic Information

 

Course code and title: Marketing Planning

 

Course meeting time and place: Wednesday, 18:30-19:45 – 20:00-21:15

 

Course credit:

 

Instructor information:

Professor: Alexander Yakovlev, MSc [Natural Sciences], MBA [Marketing]

Office: Room 307 Dostyk Building

Phone: 727 270-4440; extension 2036

Email: a.yakovlev@kimep.kz

 

Instructor availability:

Office hours: Wednesday 17:00-18:00

and by appointment

 

 

Course Description/Overview

 

Marketing Planning course is designed to provide a detailed understanding of marketing planning, including the synergistic planning process and its links with the delivery of marketing strategy. It also considers a thorough assessment of the dynamic and complex nature of the marketing environment and its impact on developing marketing plans to achieve strategic outcomes and competitive advantage in the market place. The course includes significant consideration of segmentation, targeting and positioning, with a view to developing sophisticated approaches to targeting customers and the development of effective positioning strategies, all based upon a sound assessment of market segment opportunities and value.

 

Course Objectives:

Develop knowledge and skills in

• Marketing planning to deliver marketing strategies

• The marketing audit and strategic outcomes

• Creating marketing strategies through segmentation, targeting and positioning

• Adapting marketing planning in different contexts

 

Learning Objectives:

 

By the end of the course you will be able to:

  1. apply the concept of the marketing planning process to a variety of organizational contexts and sectors, and to account for their varying goals when developing marketing plans
  2. demonstrate ability to relate the challenges posed by a dynamic marketing environment to the marketing planning needs of different organizations and to devise appropriate, innovative positioning strategies in response to environmental changes.

 

Teaching Methodology

 

Course material will be presented generally in a lecture and in-class discussion format, with emphasis on in-class discussions, meeting with professionals and cases.

 

Assessment Method:

Activities Points in %
Continuous assessment Assessment 1 Individual Cases Essay Assessment 2 Individual case Class participation 60% 25% 15% 10% 35% 30% 5%
Final Assessment (Course project presentation) 40%
Total 100%

 

Grades for each exam will be assigned, following KIMEP catalog, as follows:

 


A+ = 90-100

A = 85-89

A- = 80-84

 

B+ = 77-79

B = 73-76

B- = 70-72

 

C+ = 67-69

C = 63-66

C- = 60-62

 

D+ = 57-59

D = 53-56



D- = 50-52

F = BELOW 50


ASSESSMENT IN DETAIL

 

Continuous Assessment

Class Participation

To get the maximum points, the students are encouraged to be present at 90% of classes. Your participation will be evaluated on:

- Your contribution to the discussion

- Your formal presence as per the check list

 

Mid-term assessment 1

Cases will be given during the first 3 weeks of the classes. Student must complete the assignments before the mid-term 1 assessment day. On that day, students will get an assignment to write an essay on a selected theme. Time for preparation of an essay is 90 minutes.

 

Mid-term assessment 2

Individual Case study will be performed in-class. Time for preparation is 120 minutes. The case must be submitted in a recommended format (wfw).

 

Final Assessment

Group Project & Presentation

The purpose of the project is to provide you with the opportunity to apply the concepts and frameworks learned in the course to a real-world situation. You will have to make a chosen brand audit, develop and defend a brand strategy during presentation. The topic/product category/ company of the group project has to be approved by instructor. Each member of a team will get the same points as the whole team.

 

Course Policies:

 

Students are not permitted to enter class room 10 minutes after lecture begins

 

No one should leave the classroom after lecture begins

 

The cell phones must be switched to the silent mode

 

Any student or group who misses an exam or group project deadline will receive a grade of zero on that exam or group project.

 

Outside class assignments, e.g. group projects, are penalized 10% each day for each day beyond the due date (unless aligned with the lecturer)

 

Students who attend class on a regular basis stand a better chance of passing the course

 

Readings:

Philip Kotler, Kevin Lane Keller et al., “Marketing Management”, 2009,

Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN 978-0-273-71856-7

 

Lecture Schedule. 12 week semester.

 

Sessions 1: Overview of marketing

 

Session 2-3: Marketing Planning Process

 

1st assessment Assignment: Individual Case Analysis

 

Session 5-6: Marketing Communication

 

2st assessment Assignment: Individual Test

 

Session 7-8: Budget and Forecast

 

Session 9-10: Writing a marketing plan

 

Final assessment: Group Audit and marketing Plan Presentations

 

 


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