Basic Marketing: A Global-managerial Approach by E. Jerome McCarthy, William D. Perreault Jr.

By E. Jerome McCarthy, William D. Perreault Jr.

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There may still be departments because specialization often makes sense. But the total system’s effort is guided by what customers want—instead of what each department would like to do. In Chapter 20, we’ll go into more detail on the relationship between marketing and other functions. Here, however, you should see that the marketing concept provides a guiding focus that all departments adopt. It should be a philosophy of the whole organization, not just an idea that applies to the marketing department.

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