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Management processes in marketing planning
Gordon Greenley, Graham Hooley and John Saunders
Aston Business School, Aston University, Birmingham, UK


Keywords: Marketing planning, Management activities, Decision making, Adaptability, Flexible organizations, Competitive analysis

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There has been concern in the literature about the adequacy of the traditional model of marketing planning, which focuses on what decisions should be made and not on how to make them. The aim of this article is a new conceptualisation that proposes key management processes about how marketing planning decisions are made in a dynamic context. The motives for this conceptualisation are to contribute to understanding by advancing the traditional model of marketing planning, to stimulate academic and practitioner debate about how marketing planning decisions are made, and to initiate new directions in marketing planning research. Two new competing models of marketing planning are developed, which address key management processes about how marketing planning decisions are made in a dynamic context, and research directions are proposed.
 

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