RALEIGH, N.C., May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The classical marketing mix of product, price, place and promotion has been used for decades and while scholars and consultants have added flashy words starting with the letter "p", very little has changed. In chapter thirteen on BizIsSimple.Com, author Chris Stern offers a novel approach by three-tiering the marketing mix in a product concept, go-to-market concept and then he adds a distribution concept for every market. Stern concludes that these local distribution concepts are needed because pricing, promotion, physical distribution as well as politics and stakeholders tend to be different between cultural and geographical areas.
Stern states that "In BizIsSimple.Com we again have come up with innovative concepts translating business administration to what it should be: Simple. But I cannot tell you how many times I run across template-based strategic plans where companies have used cookie-cutter methodologies without thinking about what they were doing and why. Our mission at BizIsSimple.Com is to change that for good. "
Chapter thirteen on BizIsSimple.Com describes the new marketing mix in two variants and as always illustrates its message with impressive examples from businesses small and large.
Stern is mindful to the real world when he reflects on business planning reality: "In today's corporate world there is too much pressure on documenting every strategic move in written plans. One reason is to cover one's back in case things go wrong, another one is to impress for career. The easiest way of doing that is just to take a great-looking template and run with it. That does not always make sense. I'd rather have organizations involve local people translating corporate plans into local concepts and with that making sure they get implemented."
The goal of BizIsSimple.com is to look at business administration in an extremely pragmatic way and to help readers find tools they can immediately apply in day-to-day business.
The web book will be an ongoing work. In contrast to paper publications, the author can add and change content, based on readers' input or updated knowledge. The new chapter is called "Functional Strategies" and is available for immediate reading at http://www.bizissimple.com.
Every chapter comes with a downloadable presentation and the author plans to add video sequences in the near future. Until further notice, access to the site is free of charge.
IFEM Management Consultants Inc, doing business as Institute For Efficient Management, is a management-consulting firm delivering integrated business administration solutions for organizations needing to simplify the processes of strategic and business management. IFEM helps its clients design and implement strategic plans that are highly efficient and effective. IFEM's founder Chris Stern is best known for his statement that "business is simple until academics and consultants make it complicated". IFEM serves corporate clients throughout the United States and Europe, and specializes in improving the performance of U.S. subsidiaries of European companies and EU subsidiaries of U.S. companies. Click here to read the IFEM Website and to contact IFEM. To read the web book on bizissimple.com, click here.
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