An organization offers a great deal of opportunity and satisfaction, but many potential employees dismiss the career opportunities as too hard, too bureaucratic, too demanding, too easy, too "mickey mouse...". Examples might be a military or government organization, a large global corporation, or ... you name it. Your job is to recommend a branding strategy to attract new hires. Make 3 solid recommendations using what you learned in at least 3 of the assigned readings. Demonstrate your understanding of your target market and consumer behavior principles.
Write your paper as a consulting report or memo. Take a strong position. Consultants don't get paid to be wishy-washy. Since you're part of an elite group, it's taken for granted that you will use superb grammar and spelling. You will be evaluated on
(a) your ability to integrate the assigned readings into your response,
(b) logic and analysis, and
(c) organization and clarity.
You will lose points if you just summarize what you read or present definitions.
Anonymous. Introduction to Consumer Behavior. USC Marshall School of Business.
These published notes may also be helpful (although a little simplistic):
Milkman, Katherine L. (2008) Tap Consumers' Desire for "Shoulds".
Harvard Business Review; Jul-Aug2008, Vol. 86 Issue 7/8, p22-23
O'Connell, Andrew. Reding The Public Mind.
Deshpandé, Rohit (2010) Why You Aren't Buying Venezuelan Chocolate. Harvard Business Review (Vol. 88, December) 25-27.
Schneider, Joan and Julie Hall. (2011). Why Most Product Launches Fail.
Harvard Business Review; Vol. 89 (April) 21-23
Bulik, Beth Snyder. (2010). Mad Ave's myopia when it comes to Main Street. Advertising Age Oct 11, 2010 Vol. 81, Iss. 36; pg. 34, 1 pgshttp://goliath.ecnext.com/coms2/gi_0199-13908178/Mad-Ave-s-myopia-when.html
Edelman, David C. Branding in The Digital Age. (2010). Harvard Business Review. Vol. 88 (December) pp. 62-69.
Barwise, Patrick and Meehan, Sean (2010) . The One Thing You Must Get Right When Building a Brand.
Harvard Business Review; Dec2010, Vol. 88 Issue 12, p80-84
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