Towards Integrative Marketing Management: Deriving a Roadmap from the Integrative Management Approach

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Abstract An ever more complex “VUCA” world requires integrative management and thereby an integrative approach to marketing management. Authors of classical management research such as Drucker or Mintzberg already assumed an integrative management approach. While their ideas are still relevant today, they nevertheless need to be re-accentuated in the light of increasing complexity and ambiguity. Today, taking decisions on marketing strategies and instruments is not only a matter of marketing techniques. All relevant external environmental spheres, including global markets, legal aspects, and impacts on natural resources or society with its different groups, have to be taken into consideration. Also, internal coordination within organizations requires boundary spanning techniques to break more and more closed professional communities and integrate corporate functions like compliance, finance, or IT. This contribution draws on the results of a multidisciplinary project on integrative management. It analyses the dimensions of integrative management and the role of management models. It draws conclusions for marketing management and the role of management models as theories-in-use for marketing.
Authors Mitterer, Dario; Bieger, Thomas & Klumbies, Aristid
Language English
Subjects business studies
HSG Classification contribution to scientific community
Date 15 October 2021
Event Title Swiss Academy of Marketing Science (SAMS) Conference 2021
Event Location Luzern
Event Dates 15th October 2021
Depositing User Dr. Aristid Klumbies
Date Deposited 19 Oct 2021 08:38
Last Modified 20 Jul 2022 17:46
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/264621

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Mitterer, Dario; Bieger, Thomas & Klumbies, Aristid: Towards Integrative Marketing Management: Deriving a Roadmap from the Integrative Management Approach. 2021. - Swiss Academy of Marketing Science (SAMS) Conference 2021. - Luzern.

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