- 1 This course has a number of objectives a) to help students understand the basic concepts involved in marketing, marketing thinking and the analytical tools used in marketing management. b) To apply the marketing way of thinking and its associated concepts and methods to concrete management situations. c) to develop students' decision-making capabilities (and organisation of group work) through a computer simulation (Markstrat).
The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled “Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.
Part 1: Introduction: marketing evolution, customer motivation, customer behavior, marketing information system Part 2: strategic marketing : segmentation, attractiveness, competitiveness, targeting and positioning, strategy, Part 3: Operational marketing: Product, distribution, price, communication
Classical course including some conferences, with mandatory (and sometimes controlled) attendance.
Applied team work: writing a marketing plan for the creation of a new product (with accompanying exercise sessions)
Final exam in session (weight = 60% if the score is ≥ 7/20, otherwise 100%) (= absorbing principle of heavy failure). In case of failure, a second session is possible for this part.
Team work (weight = 40%, except heavy absorbing failure). Half of this grade will focus on ongoing work during the year, the other half will focus on the final team presentation, organized at the end of the semester. A second session is not possible for this part. The grade acquired at the end of the semester is therefore definitive until the second semester.
Some specific conditions apply to "repeating students". See Moodle (as they already know this place)
https://moodleucl.uclouvain.be/ code LINGE1321
The site contains all the detailed organizational information, copies of the main transparencies used during the course, exercise files (sometimes with old exam questions), tests, ... Students must register before the end of the first week of classes and consult regularly.
- LAMBIN, Jean-Jacques, & de MOERLOOSE, Chantal (2016). Le Marketing Stratégique et Opérationnel. 9° éd. Dunod.
LAMBIN, Jean-Jacques, & de MOERLOOSE, Chantal (2016). Le Marketing Stratégique et Opérationnel. 9° éd. Dunod.