The Rise of Omnichannel Promotion and Distribution
Eliminating Managerial Bias for Developing Premium (Versus Economy) ProductsFeb 27, 2020 Abbie Griffin, The University of Utah
Research finds that managers making product development selection decisions are biased against low-end, low-priced economy projects in favor of premium, high-priced projects, even when there is no economic benefit to them.
Selling New Products: What Really WorksNov 25, 2019
Michael J. Ahearne, University of Houston
Mike Ahearne will discuss best practices for selling new-to-the-world products that have important implications for both marketing and sales leaders.
Selling New Products: What Really WorksNov 18, 2019 Michael J. Ahearne, University of Houston
Successful companies approach the challenge of selling new-to-the-world products in a different way than they do existing products. Mike Ahearne will discuss these best practices that have important implications for both marketing and sales leaders.
Everyone, Everywhere, and Always: The Who, Where, and When of Visual Information Influences on Decision-MakingSep 20, 2019 Claudia Townsend, University of Miami
Claudia Townsend will draw on her research on visual processing and consumer psychology to highlight the core ways in which aesthetics can aid marketers and consumers.
Firm’s Management of Social InteractionsSep 20, 2019 Dina Mayzlin, University of Southern California
In this session, Dina Mayzlin will present a framework for the different roles firms can use to manage social interactions.
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