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Which of the following are used to generate business leads, stimulate purchases, reward customers, and motivate

Which of the following are used to generate business leads, stimulate purchases, reward customers, and motivate

Which of the following are used to generate business leads, stimulate purchases, reward customers, and motivate salespeople?A. Business promotionsB. Clutter promotionsC. Trade promotionsD. Consumer promotions
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Laurie Willer has a bachelor’s degree in marketing and has just graduated with an MPA in public affairs from a top ranked school. To earn money during her undergraduate years, Laurie worked part tim

Laurie Willer has a bachelor’s degree in marketing and has just graduated with an MPA in public affairs from a top ranked school. To earn money during her undergraduate years, Laurie worked part tim

Laurie Willer has a bachelor’s degree in marketing and has just graduated with an MPA in public affairs from a top ranked school. To earn money during her undergraduate years, Laurie worked part time every summer as a claims processor at the Department of Workforce Development. She also worked an internship at Lilly Pharmaceutical Company during her undergraduate senior year. Both jobs had been interesting, but Laurie particularly liked working at the Department of Workforce Development. Although her work there as a claims processor was monotonous at times, she felt a sense of reward helping people find jobs. In fact, it was that satisfaction that led Laurie to start on her master’s degree and to consider a different career path. With her MPA now in hand, Laurie has to think seriously about her career. Looking over the jobs posted at the University Career Center Laurie is still not sure what she is looking for in a career. On the bulletin board she reads over job descriptions for openings in three different positions, one in government, one for a Nonprofit organization, and one large For-profit company.Discussion QuestionsAs you read through the job postings, consider the following:What types of individuals are attracted to each of these jobs? What types of individuals are ill-suited for each of these jobs?What motivation-related challenges can you identify for each job?What motives and incentives do you think are specific to each organization?How would you describe the culture of each organization?Identify dependencies for each organization.In what ways are each of these organizations likely to change over the next few years?Provide some recommendations to successful organizational transformation?How clear are the mission and goals of each organization?Do the job descriptions adequately clarify the candidate’s responsibilities?Is there a specific type of leader that you would expect to be successful in Job 1 (the public service)?What factors are likely to affect a person’s performance in each job?Job 1: Public ServiceAgency: Dept of Workforce Development Job Title: Supervisor Claims TakerJob ID: 5666Apply Before: 09/23/2009Location: Harding CountyEducation Required: Bachelor’s DegreeFull TimeRegularSalary: $44,500 startingJob Description: Supervisor will work in Employment Security Division overseeing representatives receiving and processing compensation benefits provided by various state and federal laws. Completed work is spot-checked for technical accuracy.Duties: Hire and train three new claims takersReport weekly on productivity of existing office staff of twelve claims takers. Increase productivity of existing staff by 10 percent over a twelve-month period.Description of staff responsibilities for employees that will be under your supervision: works at counter from 8:00 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. and takes initial and continued claims for unemployment compensation benefits; interviews claimants to obtain work history necessary to determine the type of claim to be filed; assists claimants in completing necessary forms required to file for unemployment compensation benefits; reviews forms for completeness, questions claimant in order to obtain information required by law and in order to determine that he has been available for work; posts claim balances on claimant record card and purges expired claims from files; prepares a variety of forms used for processing benefit payments such as pay authorization forms, change of name, and/ or address forms, tracer forms for non-receipted checks, and transfer forms for claims records between local offices; prepares correspondence concerning claimant information and compensation status; and performs related work as required.Supervisor applies established guidelines that are applicable to individual situations. Most guidelines are received in written form, but judgment is required in determining types of claims that should be filed. Supervisors are also expected to be available for technical guidance and to spot-check completed work for technical accuracy. Errors are not easily detected and will result in delay in the processing of claims, causing possible incorrect payments and inconvenience to claimant.Personal Work Relationships: Contacts are with local office staff, claimants, and employers in order to explain unemployment insurance programs available in order to effect payment of claims.The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.Job 2: Full Time Program Coordinator, Mother-Daughter ProgramProgram Description: Mother-Daughter is a program designed to empower Latina girls to continue their education through high school and beyond by helping them to value the importance of education, develop self-esteem, foster supportive relationships, and explore future dreams and goals.Job Description: Coordinate, manage, implement, and evaluate the Mother-Daughter program at three to four middle schools.Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. La Plaza is an Equal Opportunity Employer.Specific Duties:Develop annual goals and objectives and update or develop program materialsOrganize, plan, and implement group sessions with students and monthly meetings with the girls and their mothersConduct home visits and maintain contact with participants and their mothers; offer referrals to community services and enrichment opportunitiesImplement a mentor program (including recruiting, training, and supporting mentors)Develop relationships and communicate with partner schools and community partnersMonitor academic progress of studentsResearch and schedule community service activities and educational field tripsEncourage continuing education support for the mothers, such as enrollment in English, GED classes, or other coursesCoordinate program recruitmentMaintain records of participants, activities, evaluations and eventsSupervise and mentor college internsBe available some evenings and at least one Saturday per monthPerform other duties as requestedQualifications: Bachelors degree in social work, education, or related field; ability to lead and motivate youth; experience in facilitating groups. Applicant should be committed, responsible, enthusiastic, organized, and energetic.Job 3: Associate Brand Manager-Lilly PharmaceuticalLocation: IndianapolisEducation Required: Bachelors degreeFunctional Area: MarketingCompany Description: For more than 130 years, Lilly has been dedicated to meeting the health care needs of people in the United States and around the world. We address these needs primarily by developing innovative medicines—investing a higher percentage of our sales in research and development than any other major pharmaceutical company. If you are interested in being considered for employment with a “Best in Class” Pharmaceutical company, please review the following opportunity:Job Description: This position is responsible for Lilly USA Multicultural Consumer marketing strategy, planning, and implementation across all brands. Transformational efforts include ensuring that diverse populations are appropriately represented in emotional insights discovery, consumer segmentation, white card development, campaign development, media or channel strategy and planning, implementation, and measurement. This position reports to the Director of Consumer Transformation, Lilly USA.Key Objectives or Deliverables:Redefine the Lilly approach to multicultural marketing from tactics and translations to holistic strategies and plans that are a natural extension of brands strategiesLead development of multicultural consumer strategies and marketing plans, including insights, segmentation, white card, campaign, media or channel strategy, and planningBe accountable for multicultural funding, plan implementation, and business resultsEnsure that all multicultural consumer efforts are insight- and data-driven, and deliver against specific brand objectivesFoster productive multicultural agency relationships (including ownership of the AORs) and manage integration among agency partnersCollaborate in the development of consumer marketing capabilities within Lilly USA; lead development of the multicultural marketing capabilitiesEnsure that a multicultural consumer perspective is represented in clinical trials and label developmentDevelop as appropriate DDMAC pre-clearance strategy and implementation for multicultural initiativesCollaborate with market research colleagues to deliver a meaningful multicultural measurement plan and specific consumer metricsMinimum Requirements:Bachelors degreeProven track record in marketing strategy and planning, advertising and mediaBreadth and depth of agency management experienceQualified candidates must be legally authorized to be employed in the United States. Lilly does not anticipate providing sponsorship for employment visa status (for example, H-1B or TN status) for this employment position.Additional Skills or Preferences:Alliance or partnership management experienceDemonstrated leadershipCritical thinking skills (strategic, analytical, creative)Effective communication skillsAbility to achieve results with othersRelationship management skillsExperience on both client and agency side a plusMBA preferredOther Considerations:Travel: 15 percent.Lilly credits its exceptional employees for its successes, and knows that the key to ongoing achievement lies in attracting and retaining the best people. A company rich in heritage, Lilly employs individuals, conducts research, and markets products worldwide. By providing for the unmet needs of our customers through a continuous stream of innovation, we will outgrow all competitors.Lilly earns consistent and wide recognition for creating an exceptional work environment while maintaining our highly regarded reputation in the pharmaceutical industry and community:Fortune Most Globally Admired CompaniesFortune Top Companies for Leaders in North AmericaChronicle of Philanthropy Most Generous Companies in the U.S.Business Week Magazine Best Places to Launch a CareerInformation Week 500 Most Innovative Users of TechnologyScience magazine Best Companies for ScientistsThe Scientist Best Places to Work in the IndustryBlack Enterprise Top 40 Companies for DiversityWorking Mother Best Companies for Working MothersSource: This case was written by William Miller, Center for Policy Studies, Department of Public Administration and Urban Studies, The University of AkronSearch entries or author Filter replies by unread Unread    Collapse repliesExpand repliesSubscribe Subscribed Reply Reply to Main Discussion HTML Editor Rich Content Editor CancelPost ReplyReplies are only visible to those
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In order to test the effectiveness of the debate of the candidates for the president, researchers randomly contacted 1000 people on the phone.

In order to test the effectiveness of the debate of the candidates for the president, researchers randomly contacted 1000 people on the phone.

1. In order to test the effectiveness of the debate of the candidates for the president, researchers randomly contacted 1000 people on the phone. An attempt was made to contact all 1000 one day before the debate and ask their voting intentions. Only 910 were actually reached by phone; 80 out of the 910 people refused to participate. One day after the debate, 810 of the 910 people were reached and again asked their voting intentions. In addition they were asked if they had seen the debate on television. The before-after change of the viewers and non-viewers were compared to conclude which candidate was more effective in the debate.What kind of experimental design is being used? Describe relevant potential extraneous variables in this experiment. Can this experiment design rule out these extraneous variables?
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What is the consumer decision-making process for buying Dove men’care?How much involvement is therein decision-making?

What is the consumer decision-making process for buying Dove men’care?How much involvement is therein decision-making?

What is the consumer decision-making process for buying Dove men’care?How much involvement is therein decision-making?Running head: CONSUMER DECISION-MAKING PROCESS CONSUMER DECISION-MAKING PROCESSNameInstitutional Affiliation 1 CONSUMER DECISION-MAKING PROCESS 2 IntroductionDecision making is a vital activity…
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COM 323 Week 5 DQ 2 Course Review

COM 323 Week 5 DQ 2 Course Review

This file of COM 323 Week 5 DQ 2 Course Review comprehends:Provide a three to five page summary of the thesis and your main ideas for support for your final research paper. Detail the major points of your final presentation and allow your classmates to understand the major points of your paper. Review at least three of your classmates primary postings and provide feedback concerning your opinions on their findings.
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Please help me to fill it in: Analysis of the Letter to the Editor: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/28/opinion/weight-loss-diet.html?

Please help me to fill it in: Analysis of the Letter to the Editor: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/28/opinion/weight-loss-diet.html?

Please help me to fill it in: Analysis of the Letter to the Editor: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/28/opinion/weight-loss-diet.html?rref=collection%2Fsectioncollection%2Fopinion-letters&action=click&contentCollection=letters&region=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest&contentPlacement=8&pgtype=sectionfrontClaim:Modality:Ground:Warrant:This is reasoning by Cause:Example:Claim: Low cost pregnancy tests, contraceptives, and abortions are good for society. Modality: LikelyGround: Kids from poor families are coming to school better prepared to succeed academically.Warrant: Lower birth rates lead to higher academic success for kids. This is reasoning by Cause: Those planned parenthood options CAUSE families to have fewer kids, which CAUSES those families to be able to academically support their kids more fully.
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