Marketing in a Global Context
Marketing in a Global Context is a three-day core module of the Global Leader program which can also be taken as a stand-alone program. Find out more about Global Leader »
The module provides an overview of developing and implementing a strategy that is driven by global markets. We shall assess the impact of globalization and resulting changes in a firm’s operating environment, and the need to adjust the firm’s strategies and particularly marketing due to these changes.
Up to 4,5 European Credits (ECTS) can be transferred from to the Aalto Executive MBA (EMBA) or Aalto MBA Programs.
Contents and Schedule
October 2-4, 2017
The module covers the key concepts and principles of strategy and marketing in a global context, including the premises for competitiveness and the marketing elements (P’s). Particular attention is paid to three topics: strategic partnerships for marketing purposes, digitized marketing and the metrics in assessing marketing.
The purpose of the module is to
- present the most important forces affecting global business today,
- assess various strategy approaches for global business,
- discuss relevant factors in executing a global marketing strategy, and
- discuss the role of digital tools and modern metrics for global marketing activities.
The main contents of the module are strategy, the global business environment, globalization, competitiveness, marketing strategy and management, differing customer expectations, partnerships, digitized marketing and marketing metrics.
Professor Hannu Seristö, Aalto University, Finland
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Experienced managers and business leaders who need the skills and tools for marketing management in order to manage across functions in a global context.