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When Phil first introduced me to this new and important understanding it crystallised my fears that the long–standing approach to marketing needed to be fundamentally re–evaluated. In his book, he not only persuasively and cogently argues his case but also shows how we need to think in new ways to maximise our marketing efficiency and effectiveness
Sean Gogarty, Senior Vice President, Household Care, Unilever
A perfect mixture of deep ideas from visual and decision neuroscience,
and clear pictures of why those ideas matter for marketing
Colin Camerer, Robert Kirby Professor of Behavioral Economics, Caltech
Over the last 10 years, there have been many attempts by marketers and
their advisors to make sense of the explosion of learnings from cognitive neuroscience. But none is more useful than this: not only is the science explained clearly and precisely but the implications for marketers are made practical and understandable. Decoded is a must–read. Bravo!
Mark Earls, Author of Herd and I ll Have What She s Having
At last a book that unlocks the mystery of brand equity written by a man who s worked at the Marketing coal face for over 25 years. Decoded should be compulsory reading for all brand owners. We know, as one of Phil s clients, that his approach is grounded in the reality of managing brands – and it works!
Chris Barrow, General Manager Marketing, BT pl c
Phil has a way of marrying the art and the science which makes it cutting edge but practical, distinctive but simple; in short any commercial marketer cannot afford to miss this book it will change the way you approach things forever
Lysa Hardy, CMO NBTY Europe
With Decoded Barden gives the power of advertising empirical foundation.
A must for agency planners and creatives alike
Margaret Johnson, Group CEO , Leagas Delaney
I found this book a real page–turner. Phil Barden has the rare knack of turning scientific experiments and marketing examples into a fascinating story of how human beings really work
Wendy Gordon, Founding Partner, Acacia Av enue
Decoded:

  • reveals the latest science behind why consumers buy what they buy
  • guides the reader pragmatically through the fascinating insights of decision science and the opportunities they provide for more effective marketing
  • clearly demonstrates, through its case studies, the concrete applications of this new understanding to every day marketing

This is a very good book that does three difficult things: it pulls together a lot of recent academic evidence on consumer behaviour from both neuroscience and behavioural economics; it consistently relates this evidence to practical marketing issues, illustrated with real–world examples; it is extremely readable. I recommend it to all marketers with more than an ounce of intellectual curiosity – and even to those with none, if they don t want to get left behind by these developments
Patrick Barwise, Emeritus Professor at London Business School, Chairmanof Which? and co–author of Simply Better and Beyond the Familiar
Our implicit motivations drive most of  our decisions and actions every day. Phil Barden understands this, explains it, and clearly demonstrates how to use this new understanding to the benefit of more effective, action driven, marketing
Phil Chapman, Vice President Chocolate Category, Mondelez
The first practical application of Kahneman s Nobel Prize–winning work to everyday marketing – brilliant!
Paul Fishlock, Founder of ad agency Behaviour Change Partners

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781118345603
ISBN-10: 1118345606
Pagini: 288
Ilustrații: Illustrations (some col.), charts
Dimensiuni: 157 x 236 x 22 mm
Greutate: 0.73 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Wiley
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Locul publicării: Chichester, United Kingdom

Public țintă

Those employed in Marketing, both as brand owners as well as service agencies. In addition, those in general management positions, in the private sector (who market products and services) as well as those in the creative services sector (advertising and pack design)

Textul de pe ultima copertă

When Phil first introduced me to this new and important understanding it crystallised my fears that the long–standing approach to marketing needed to be fundamentally re–evaluated. In his book, he not only persuasively and cogently argues his case but also shows how we need to think in new ways to maximise our marketing efficiency and effectiveness
Sean Gogarty, Senior Vice President, Household Care, Unilever
A perfect mixture of deep ideas from visual and decision neuroscience,
and clear pictures of why those ideas matter for marketing
Colin Camerer, Robert Kirby Professor of Behavioral Economics, Caltech
Over the last 10 years, there have been many attempts by marketers and
their advisors to make sense of the explosion of learnings from cognitive neuroscience. But none is more useful than this: not only is the science explained clearly and precisely but the implications for marketers are made practical and understandable. Decoded is a must–read. Bravo!
Mark Earls, Author of Herd and I ll Have What She s Having
At last a book that unlocks the mystery of brand equity written by a man who s worked at the Marketing coal face for over 25 years. Decoded should be compulsory reading for all brand owners. We know, as one of Phil s clients, that his approach is grounded in the reality of managing brands – and it works!
Chris Barrow, General Manager Marketing, BT pl c
Phil has a way of marrying the art and the science which makes it cutting edge but practical, distinctive but simple; in short any commercial marketer cannot afford to miss this book it will change the way you approach things forever
Lysa Hardy, CMO NBTY Europe
With Decoded Barden gives the power of advertising empirical foundation.
A must for agency planners and creatives alike
Margaret Johnson, Group CEO , Leagas Delaney
I found this book a real page–turner. Phil Barden has the rare knack of turning scientific experiments and marketing examples into a fascinating story of how human beings really work
Wendy Gordon, Founding Partner, Acacia Av enue
Decoded:

  • reveals the latest science behind why consumers buy what they buy
  • guides the reader pragmatically through the fascinating insights of decision science and the opportunities they provide for more effective marketing
  • clearly demonstrates, through its case studies, the concrete applications of this new understanding to every day marketing

This is a very good book that does three difficult things: it pulls together a lot of recent academic evidence on consumer behaviour from both neuroscience and behavioural economics; it consistently relates this evidence to practical marketing issues, illustrated with real–world examples; it is extremely readable. I recommend it to all marketers with more than an ounce of intellectual curiosity – and even to those with none, if they don t want to get left behind by these developments
Patrick Barwise, Emeritus Professor at London Business School, Chairmanof Which? and co–author of Simply Better and Beyond the Familiar
Our implicit motivations drive most of  our decisions and actions every day. Phil Barden understands this, explains it, and clearly demonstrates how to use this new understanding to the benefit of more effective, action driven, marketing
Phil Chapman, Vice President Chocolate Category, Mondelez
The first practical application of Kahneman s Nobel Prize–winning work to everyday marketing – brilliant!
Paul Fishlock, Founder of ad agency Behaviour Change Partners


Cuprins

Foreword ix
Preface xiii
1. Decision Science: Understanding the Why of Consumer Behaviour 1
2. The Moment of Truth: Decoding Purchase Decisions 37
3. Decoding the Interface: How the Autopilot Perceives Touchpoints 67
4. Optimizing the Path to Purchase: The Decision Interface Makes the Difference 119
5. Goals: The Driving Forces of Purchase Decisions 159
6. From Positioning to Touchpoints: Bringing Value to Life 203
Closing Remarks 255
Acknowledgements 257
Recommended Reading 259
Index 269


Recenzii

he sets out to build the most comprehensive bridge yet between decision science and the day–to–day business of marketing . Decoded shows understanding behaviour is not the enemy of creativity but a springboard to it. Creatives more than anyone need to embrace it not make it planning or research s responsibility or assume a new video on YouTube renders the hardwiring of our brains irrelevant. Advertising will never be a science but it s more science than most working in it realise   (25th January 2013, http://mumbrella.com.au)

The book is rich in examples of how consumers react to brands, what influences purchasing decisions and how marketers can profit by aligning brands to subconscious preferences and behaviour patterns. (Irish Times, February 2013)

an accessible and practical introduction to the applied marketing science of behavioural economics. Loss aversion, reframing, choice architecture: all these concepts and more are lucidly explained and illustrated with examples from experimental psychology and marketing best practice (Marketing Week, March 2013)

Barden clearly and precisely takes on a complex discipline a compelling look at a tricky subject. (FS Tech, March 2013)

What distinguishes this book is that it not only runs through the various ways in which human behaviour differs from that typically assumed by all finance directors (and many marketers), but it also comes packed with case studies and suggestions about what we should all do about it. This book is a must–read (Marketing Magazine, April 2013)

Barden produces very persuasive arguments to support his thesis and draws on examples  from well–known, iconic products and campaigns He strikes an effective balance between explaining the science and demonstrating how it can be applied to advertising and marketing .easy to read the end–of–chapter summaries are helpful in distilling and emphasising the complex message (B2B Marketing,, May 2013)

The book strength lies in the cogent and colourful manner in which Barden sets out his case. (Admap, May 2013)

While at times this book is heavy on the science, it is a very rewarding read. A lot of the findings are common sense. But often we fail to apply common sense when we put our own objectives ahead of our customers objectives. Reading Decoded will help you make money . (Betterretailing.com, May 2013)

Highly readable, on almost every page this book throws out ideas that will improve the way you run your business.  It will also help you to understand when the big manufacturers have got their propositions correct for your customers. (Better Wholesaling, June 2013)

Notă biografică

Phil Barden is a proven marketer with over 25 years experience, including senior and international roles at high profile companies such as Unilever, Diageo and T–Mobile. Fascinated by the insights from decision science and by the value these can bring to marketing, he has latterly  immersed himself in this new field. He is now one of very few experts to combine a practitioner s perspective with a profound knowledge of decision science, making him very much in demand among clients and conference organisers alike. In this book he bridges the gap between the world of marketing and decision science, taking the reader on his fascinating journey.