Marketing planning and business performance : an empirical study of large Australian organisations
Taghian, Mehdi and Shaw, Robin 2005, Marketing planning and business performance : an empirical study of large Australian organisations, in ANZMAC 2005 : Broadening the boundaries, conference proceedings, ANAMAC, Dunedin, N.Z..
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The marketing planning process is said to influence organisational performance. This influence is realised through the adoption of a focused approach aimed at achieving specific marketing objectives, which motivates the adaptation of the internal capabilities of an organisation in facilitating an effective implementation. This study investigated the association of formal marketing planning with business performance. The results showed that marketing planning has a stronger, positive relationship with market share, than with the overall financial performance of the organisation. The study also compared the associations of marketing planning and market orientation variables with the performance measures. The results indicated that the two variables associate at about the same magnitude with market share and the overall financial performance.
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