Services Marketing: People, Technology, Strategy is the eighth edition of the globally textbook for Services Marketing by Jochen Wirtz and Christopher Lovelock. Organized around a strategic marketing framework Services Marketing guides readers Christopher H. Lovelock, Jochen Wirtz Publisher, Prentice Hall, Services Marketing: People, Technology, Strategy. Front Cover. Christopher H. Lovelock, Jochen Wirtz. Pearson, – Customer services – pages.
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Services Marketing: People, Technology, Strategy, 7th Edition
Part I explains the nature of services, how to understand services, how consumer behavior relates to services, and how to position services. This text addresses new applications of technology that cover topics like Internet-based strategies and biometrics, search-engine optimization, Twitter, and M-commerce.
These four issues include building customer loyalty, complaint handling and service recovery, improving service quality and productivity, and striving for service leadership.
Striving for Service Leadership. Part III focuses on managing the interface between customers and the service organization. We don’t recognize your username or password. If You’re a Student Buy this product Additional order info. Part IV addresses four key issues in implementing and managing effective services marketing.
This edition features an exceptional selection of anx, classroom-tested cases of varying lengths and markeeting of difficulty—the majority of which were written by the authors. Christopher H Lovelock Jochen Wirtz. Managing Relationships and Building Loyalty Chapter Complaint Handling and Service Recovery Chapter The opportunities and challenges that new social media poses for customers and service marketers are woven throughout this edition.
Best Practice in Action—demonstrations the application of best practices. People, Technology, Strategy, 7th Edition. Present topics for classroom discussion: You have successfully signed out and will be required to sign back in should you need to download more resources.
New and Revised Cases. This part lays the foundation for studying services and learning how to become an effective service marketer. This selection provides even broader coverage of service marketing issues and application areas, with cases featuring a wide array of industries and organizations, ranging in size from multinational giants to small entrepreneurial start-ups, and from nonprofit organizations to professional service firms.
Consumer Behavior in a Services Context Chapter 3: The opening vignettes in the beginning of each chapter of this text highlight key issues and questions addressed within the chapter.
Service Perspectives—in-depth examples that illustrate key concepts. The fundamentals of services marketing presented in a strategic marketing framework.
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Description For undergraduate and graduate services marketing courses. Get students to build on their principles of marketing knowledge: Services Marketing, 6th Edition.
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Show students the use new social media outlets: New Coverage of Technology. Share a link to All Resources. It covers the additional 3 P’s Process, Physical Environment, and People that are specific to services marketing. The marketing framework has been restructured for this edition to reflect what is happening in services marketing today. Core and Supplementary Elements Chapter 5: The three types of boxed inserts found throughout the chapters of this text, lend themselves well to in-class discussions: Research Insights—summaries of relevant and often provocative academic research.
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