When Marketing Becomes a Minefield by Harvard Business Review, Paul Nunes, Brian Johnson, Bronwyn Fryer
When the good times are rolling, marketing is exciting and rewarding. When trouble hits, things can turn ugly. What would you do if: one of your customers was severely injured by what could be a faulty product; overexposure threatened to kill a top product's momentum; or a global manager clashed with headquarters about a new product's potential overseas? From PR disasters to critical product decisions, this guide will help managers learn to navigate when the environment changes or the product starts to fizzle.
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