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Good Works! : Marketing and Corporate Initiatives That Build a Better World... and the Bottom Line: Kotler, Philip/ Hessekiel, David/ Lee, Nancy R.: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Good Works! : Marketing and Corporate Initiatives That Build a Better World... and the Bottom Line
Good Works! : Marketing and Corporate Initiatives That Build a Better World... and the Bottom Line
แต่งโดย Kotler, Philip / Hessekiel, David / Lee, Nancy R.
สำนักพิมพ์ : John Wiley & Sons Inc
วันที่ตีพิมพ์ : 2012/06
Binding : Hardcover
เลขที่ISBN : 9781118206683

ราคาบนระบบBookWeb : THB 918.00
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Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A48500000 A48230000
Place of Publication: United States
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Review:
Choice Reviews 2013 June
Table of Contents
 
Acknowledgments                                    v
  I Introduction                                   1  (46)
    1 Good Intentions Aren't Enough: Why Some      3  (18)
    Marketing and Corporate Social Initiatives
    Fail and Others Succeed
    2 Six Social Initiatives for Doing Well by     21 (26)
    Doing Good
  II Marketing Driven Initiatives: Growing         47 (92)
  Sales and Engaging Customers
    3 Cause Promotion: Persuading Consumers to     49 (33)
    Join Your Company in a Good Cause
    4 Cause-Related Marketing: Making              82 (29)
    Contributions to Causes Based on Product
    Sales and Consumer Actions
    5 Corporate Social Marketing: Supporting       111(28)
    Behavior Change Campaigns
  III Corporate-Driven Initiatives: Expressing     139(58)
  and Advancing Your Company's Values and
  Objectives
    6 Corporate Philanthropy: Making a Direct      141(17)
    Contribution to a Cause
    7 Community Volunteering: Employees            158(19)
    Donating Their Time and Talents
    8 Socially Responsible Business Practices:     177(20)
    Changing How You Conduct Business to
    Achieve Social Outcomes
  IV Offense and Defense                           197(40)
    9 Offense: Choosing a Social Problem to        199(7)
    Alleviate
    10 Offense: Selecting a Social Initiative      206(5)
    to Support the Cause
    11 Offense: Developing Social Initiative       211(6)
    Programs
    12 Offense: Evaluating Efforts                 217(6)
    13 Summary of Best Practices                   223(5)
    14 No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Dealing       228(9)
    with Cynics and Critics
  V For Nonprofits and Public Sector Agencies      237(16)
  Only
    15 A Marketing Approach to Winning             239(14)
    Corporate Funding and Support for Social
    Initiatives: Ten Recommendations
Notes                                              253(24)
Index                                              277
 

Businesses can do well by doing good -- Kotler, Hessekiel, and Lee show you how! Marketing guru Philip Kotler, cause marketing authority David Hessekiel, and social marketing expert Nancy Lee have teamed up to create a guide rich with actionable advice on integrating marketing and corporate social initiatives into your broader business goals. Businesspeople who mix cause and commerce are often portrayed as either opportunistic corporate "causewashers" cynically exploiting nonprofits, or visionary social entrepreneurs for whom conducting trade is just a necessary evil in their quest to create a better world. Marketing and corporate social initiatives requires a delicate balancing act between generating financial and social dividends. Good Works is a book for business builders, not a Corporate Social Responsibility treatise. It is for capitalists with the hearts and smarts to generate positive social impacts and bottom-line business results. Good Works is rich with actionable advice on integrating marketing and corporate social initiatives into your broader business goals.Makes the case that purpose-driven marketing has moved from a nice-to-do to a must-do for businesses Explains how to balance social and business goals Author Philip Kotler is one of the world's leading authorities on marketing; David Hessekiel is founder and President of Cause Marketing Forum, the world's leading information source on how to do well by doing good; Nancy Lee is a corporate social marketing expert, and has coauthored books on social marketing with Philip Kotler With Good Works , you'll find that you can generate significant resources for your cause while achieving financial success.

Contents
Acknowledgments v I Introduction 1 1 Good Intentions Aren't EnoughWhy Some Marketing and Corporate Social Initiatives Fail and Others Succeed 3 2 Six Social Initiatives for Doing Well by Doing Good 21 II Marketing Driven Initiatives: Growing Sales and Engaging Customers 47 3 Cause Promotion: Persuading Consumers to Join Your Company in a Good Cause 49 4 Cause-Related Marketing: Making Contributions to Causes Based on Product Sales and Consumer Actions 82 5 Corporate Social Marketing: Supporting Behavior Change Campaigns 111 III Corporate-Driven Initiatives: Expressing and Advancing Your Company's Values and Objectives 139 6 Corporate Philanthropy: Making a Direct Contribution to a Cause 141 7 Community Volunteering: Employees Donating Their Time and Talents 158 8 Socially Responsible Business Practices: Changing How You Conduct Business to Achieve Social Outcomes 177 IV Offense and Defense 197 9 Offense: Choosing a Social Problem to Alleviate 199 10 Offense: Selecting a Social Initiative to Support the Cause 206 11 Offense: Developing Social Initiative Programs 211 12 Offense: Evaluating Efforts 217 13 Summary of Best Practices 223 14 No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: Dealing with Cynics and Critics 228 V For Nonprofits and Public Sector Agencies Only 237 15 A Marketing Approach to Winning Corporate Funding and Support for Social Initiatives: Ten Recommendations 239 Notes 253 Index 277