This article reports the application of marketing planning in an unusual context. It reports the results of a national survey of business school deans in the USA, and examines the possible effects on university business school performance of the use or non‐use of selected marketing planning activities and of selected faculty awards (proxy indicators of the level of importance that business schools might place on certain areas of faculty effort). The relationships that these activities and awards have with one another are measured. Best practices are identified. The number of respondents who employ the various marketing practices is reported, conclusions drawn, limitations identified, and suggestions made for future research.
Hammond, K., Harmon, H., Webster, R. and Rayburn, M. (2004), "University strategic marketing activities and business school performance", Marketing Intelligence & Planning, Vol. 22 No. 7, pp. 732-741. https://doi.org/10.1108/02634500410568565Download as .RIS
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