Integrated Global Communications
See how multi-national firms plan, develop and implement marketing communications programs for global brands. Investigate the challenges of marketing across different cultures and media. Explore essential strategies including targeting and positioning.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- analyse, interpret, and visualize insights and recommendations from ‘real-world’ data sources
- apply concepts, models, and frameworks relating to consumer responses towards global and local brands
- evaluate and develop strategic campaigns to achieve important objectives aligned to the UN SDGs
- reflect upon the ethical and social outcomes of marketing communications in both personal and professional contexts
- collaborate effectively in a professional team environment
- Evolution of IMC
- Segmenting, Targeting, Positioning
- Consumer Behaviour
- Paid Media 1
- Paid Media 2
- Owned Media 1
- Owned Media 2
- Earned Media 1
- Earned Media 2
- Measuring Effectiveness
- Unit Conclusion / Exam Preparation
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No additional requirements
Effective marketing communications are essential to achieving key business and societal outcomes. In the age of ubiquitous digital communications, an integrated approach that uses the entire suite of marketing communications tools is essential. In this subject, students’ critique and develop how, when, and where to utilize the range of integrated marketing communication tools available to support various marketing and societal outcomes. They investigate the ethical and responsible use of marketing communications across borders, cultures and communication platforms to evaluate ethical, social, and global perspectives. Evidently, this subject places a strong focus on evaluating marketing communications with respect to initiatives that contribute to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME). Through their assessments, students will analyse ‘real-world’ data sources and address ‘real-world’ cause-related movements, developing an integrated marketing communication campaign to achieve positive change. Learning is deepened through Authentic Assessments and reflecting upon the responsible and ethical usage of media both personally and professionally.
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- Campaign Execution Reflective Journal (25%)
- Data-Driven Critique (30%)
- Strategic Campaign Development (45%)
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