Consumer Behavior Powerpoint Presentation
Video/ Audio recording
BCO225- CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR
|Description||You are required to develop a Consumer Behavior Presentation for the Managing Director of a Brand & Product Line/Model of your choice which outlines the key consumer behavior related issues faced by the company. Your report will cover the following:
1. Situation Analysis of the Company & Product
2.Selected Target Market Profile
|Format||This activity must meet the following formatting requirements:
· Font size 12
· Video Recording Presentation – Max. 5 minutes)
· Harvard Referencing System (If in text- citations)
|3.Description of Target Market Decision Making Process|
|4.Personal & Social Influences on Buying Behaviour|
|5.Psychological Influences on Buying Behaviour|
|6. Marketing Strategy Recommendations|
|Goal(s)||Demonstrate a good understanding of Key concepts delivered in class.||Due date||Date: 10 May 2021
Time: 23:59 CEST
|Weight towards final grade||This activity has a weight of 60% towards the final grade.|
|Learning outcomes||· Evaluate the different perspectives that characterize the study of consumer behavior.
· Apply theories and models of consumer behavior to the formulation of effective marketing strategy, sales and retail strategies, for marketing or consumer management;
· Understand the processes that guide consumer perceptions, attitudes, learning & memory nd choices and behaviour. Management homework help.
|Assessment criteria||See Rubric below|
Rubric: written assignment
|Criteria||Accomplished (A)||Proficient (B)||Partially proficient (C)||Borderline (D)||Fail (F)|
|Problem identification||The business issue has been correctly identified, with a competent and comprehensive explanation of key driving forces and considerations.
Impact on company operations has been correctly identified. Thorough analysis of the issue
|The student correctly identified the issue(s), taking into account a variety of environmental and contextual drivers. Key case information has been identified and analyzed.||The student correctly identified the case (issues), considering obvious environmental/contextual drivers. There is evidence of analysis, but it lacks depth.||The student correctly identified the issue(s) but analysis was weak. An absence of context – the work is basically descriptive with little analysis.||The student failed to correctly identify the issue(s); analysis was incorrect or too superficial to be of use; information was misinterpreted.|
|Information gathering||The student showed skill in gathering information and analyzing it for the purposes of filling the information gaps identified. Comprehensive and relevant.||Relevant information gaps were identified and additional relevant information was found to fill them. At least two different types of sources were used.
The student demonstrates coherent criteria for selecting information but needs greater
|The student correctly identified at least one information gap and found relevant information, but which was limited in scope. Some evidence of sound criteria for selecting information but not consistent throughout. Needs expansion.||An information gap was identified and the student found additional information to fill it. However, this was limited in scope. Weak criteria for the selection of necessary information.||Information was taken at face value with no questioning of its relevance or value. Gaps in the information were not identified or were incorrect.|
|Conclusions||The student evaluated, analyzed, synthesized all information provided to create a perceptive set of conclusions to support the decisions and solutions. Management homework help.||The student evaluated, analyzed and synthesized to create a conclusion(s) which support decisions and solutions.||The student reached conclusions, but they were limited and provided minimal direction for decision-making and solutions.||The conclusion was reasonable but lacked depth and would not be a basis for suitable strategy development.||The student formed a conclusion, but it was not reasonable. It was either unjustified, incorrect or unrelated to the case in hand.|
|Solutions||The student used problem solving techniques to make thoughtful, justified decisions about difficult and conflicting issues. A realistic solution was chosen which would provide maximum benefit to the company. Alternative solutions
were explored and ruled out.
|The student used problem solving techniques to make appropriate decisions about complex issues. Relevant questions were asked and answered. A realistic solution was chosen. Alternatives were identified, explored and ruled
|The student used problem- solving techniques to make appropriate decisions about simpler issues. The solution has limited benefit but does show understanding of implications of the decision. Alternatives were mentioned
but not explored.
|The student used problem solving techniques to make decisions about simpler issues but disregarded more complex issues. Implications of the decision were not considered. Alternatives were not offered.||The student formed a conclusion, but it was not reasonable. It was either unjustified, incorrect or unrelated to the case in hand.|