WIKIBRANDS, by Mike Dover and Sean Moffitt (Used) used

WIKIBRANDS, by Mike Dover and Sean Moffitt (Used)

Author: used
R 120.00 12000
1 item In Stock
  • Successful pre-order.Thanks for contacting us!
  • Order within
Book Title
WIKIBRANDS, by Mike Dover and Sean Moffitt (Used)
Author
used
ISBN
9780071749275
Moffitt, president of a communications company, and Dover, founding principal partner of New Paradigm, an IT strategy think tank, point to wiki brands--organizations, products, and services that maximize social collaboration to drive business value--as a catalyst for a major shift in brand management. Highlighting such companies as Dell; Threadless, a community-based apparel design company; and MOO, a London-based online stationary company, Moffitt and Dover show how active customer participation can get brands noticed and endorsed through the customer grapevine. They provide an excellent exploration of brand communities, what they are, and how to develop them from conception to the management stage. ***Hardcover book in Good Condition

Moffitt, president of a communications company, and Dover, founding principal partner of New Paradigm, an IT strategy think tank, point to wiki brands--organizations, products, and services that maximize social collaboration to drive business value--as a catalyst for a major shift in brand management. Highlighting such companies as Dell; Threadless, a community-based apparel design company; and MOO, a London-based online stationary company, Moffitt and Dover show how active customer participation can get brands noticed and endorsed through the customer grapevine. They provide an excellent exploration of brand communities, what they are, and how to develop them from conception to the management stage.

***Hardcover book in Good Condition

Moffitt, president of a communications company, and Dover, founding principal partner of New Paradigm, an IT strategy think tank, point to wiki brands--organizations, products, and services that maximize social collaboration to drive business value--as a catalyst for a major shift in brand management. Highlighting such companies as Dell; Threadless, a community-based apparel design company; and MOO, a London-based online stationary company, Moffitt and Dover show how active customer participation can get brands noticed and endorsed through the customer grapevine. They provide an excellent exploration of brand communities, what they are, and how to develop them from conception to the management stage.

***Hardcover book in Good Condition