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by James C. Anderson,James A. Narus,Das Narayandas
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  • Author:
    James C. Anderson,James A. Narus,Das Narayandas
  • ISBN:
    0136000886
  • ISBN13:
    978-0136000884
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  • Publisher:
    Pearson; 3 edition (June 15, 2008)
  • Pages:
    496 pages
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    Marketing & Sales
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For marketing courses. Business Market Management: Understanding, Creating, and Delivering Value. 3rd ed. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008. Edsel Bryant Ford Professor of Business Administration Senior Associate Dean for HBS Publishing; Senior Associate Dean for External Relations. View Profile View Publications . More from the Author. Working Paper HBS Working Paper Series 2019.

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Details about Business Market Management: Anderson builds the book around a framework of understanding, creating, and delivering value. Viewed from an international perspective-rather than a purely American one-Business Market Management draws upon best business practices, allowing readers to understand cultural and regional differences. Every textbook comes with a 21-day "Any Reason" guarantee. Published by Pearson Education, Limited.

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James C. Anderson, James A. Narus. I. introduction and overview. 1. Business Market Management: Guiding Principles. II. UNDERSTANDING VALUE. 3. Understanding Firms as Customers. 4. Crafting Market Strategy. 5. Managing Market Offerings. 6. New Offering Realization. 7. Business Channel Management. IV. DELIVERING VALUE. 8. Gaining Customers. 9. Sustaining Reseller Partnerships.

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Anderson builds the book around a framework of understanding, creating, and delivering value.Viewed from an international perspective—rather than a purely American one—Business Market Management draws upon best business practices, allowing readers to understand cultural and regional differences. Topics include: market sensing, understanding firms as customers, crafting market strategy, managing market offerings, business channel management, gaining customers, and sustaining reseller and customer relationships.For marketing directors, marketing managers, employees in marketing departments, customer service representatives, and owners/managers of firms, international or American.

Beazezius
regarding the content it is really good and instructive.
the price is set a bit to high in my opinion...
Brick my own
The reason I decided to write the review is that when looking for a new edition of this book I was surprised to see it getting so poor reviews. The earlier edition of this book was used in my MBA program over 10 years ago and I frequently return to this book every time I need to rethink and re-conceptualize the way I manage the business.
I believe that this is a very profound book on principles of managing b2b sales, marketing and partnerships. I firmly believe that a company or individual can only success if they have deep understanding of foundational principles of what they do. And this book excels in exactly that!
I can certainly recommend it to anyone working in industrial / b2b markets in areas of business development, marketing and sales management or general management.
The price is certainly high for a book, but the value you get out more than justifies the pricetag. Yes, it is perhaps written in a rather dry and boring language, but then it's not intended to entertain the reader.
MrCat
This is the worst textbook that I have ever used. Incredibly boring- great if you have insomnia. The language, examples, and diagrams are all dry and uninteresting. Many of the key words are not defined well and there is no glossary for clarification. The summary at the end of each chapter is brief and does not contain any helpful tools, such as review questions or a list of keywords from the chapter. In short, this book needs to be completely overhauled- or thrown out the window.
Saberblade
The authors do focus on an important topic - that of creating value to the customer. However, as a book on B2B marketing, the book is way off the mark. It is very analytical and research oriented (on its one specific topic). It is very narrow and does not at all relate to the realities of B2B marketing in practice.

The title needs to be changed and clarified.