Professor Krafft, head of the Chair of Marketing Management, spoke with Sebastian Fischer as part of the Science|Talk organized by PIA DYMATRIX and shared current research findings on contemporary customer loyalty management. PIA DYMATRIX is one of the leading German software, solution and service providers for data-driven marketing automation in the DACH region.
Professor Manfred Krafft presented the latest insights into direct selling research in a webinar on October 5, 2021 together with Professor Anne Coughlan, Emeritus Professor of Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston, and Dr. Robert Cavitt, CEO of Jenko and Director of the Direct Selling Education Foundation.
we are very pleased to announce that the Heribert Meffert Library will re-open its gates with the start of the upcoming semester on 11th October 2021 and we are able to offer you an attractive place to study and work again.
From August 11 to 13, the team of the Chair of Marketing Management (IfM) spent its annual research retreat at Landhaus Rothenberge to discuss current research projects. Of course, the applicable hygiene guidelines were adhered to, so that the meanwhile fully vaccinated team was able to make the best possible use of the days.
Narrative Arcs & Film Success: A three decade investigation of the influence of narrative arcs on audience reactions and managerial decision making
In his recent publication: Metrics gone wrong: What managers can learn from the 2016 presidential elections, MCM scholar Raoul Kübler discusses together with his colleague Professor Koen Pauwels from Northeastern University, Boston USA how relying on biased market intelligence and targeting the wrong KPIs had fatal consequences for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
The Marketing Alumni Verein e.V. has launched a series of videos. In short clips of approx. 3-4 minutes, researchers at the MCM share their insights and research results in a short interview.
Marketing Alumni Vlog #1:
What is it about humanity that we can’t give away to intelligent machines? A European perspective
Abstract: One of the most significant recent technological developments concerns the development and implementation of ‘intelligent machines’ that draw on recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics. However, there are growing tensions between human freedoms and machine controls.
The drivers and consequences of ad blocking: A self-filtering mechanism that increases ad effectiveness