The development and reinforcement of context‐specific behaviors support the implementation of marketing strategy. Discusses the limitations of traditional strategy implementation pursuits and then proceeds to report the results of two independent but related studies that consider two methods of behavior management – market orientation profiling, and behavioral repertoires – and their effect on marketing strategy and organizational performance. Results indicate that these methods provide a context for the implementation of specific marketing strategies by serving as a moderator of employee behavior and can be used strategically by organizations to guide service applications. Concludes by providing prescriptive steps that managers can consider in efforts to adopt these approaches to marketing strategy implementation.
Dobni, B., Dobni, D. and Luffman, G. (2001), "Behavioral approaches to marketing strategy implementation", Marketing Intelligence & Planning, Vol. 19 No. 6, pp. 400-408. https://doi.org/10.1108/02634500110405405Download as .RIS
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