Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science

, 37:47

Peter Drucker on marketing: an exploration of five tenets

Authors

    • Argyros School of Business and EconomicsChapman University
  • Robert E. Morgan
    • Cardiff Business SchoolCardiff University
  • Jagdish N. Sheth
    • Goizueta Business SchoolEmory University
Conceptual/Theoretical Paper

DOI: 10.1007/s11747-008-0099-8

Cite this article as:
Uslay, C., Morgan, R.E. & Sheth, J.N. J. of the Acad. Mark. Sci. (2009) 37: 47. doi:10.1007/s11747-008-0099-8

Abstract

The authors review Peter Drucker’s contributions to marketing theory and practice. A bibliometric analysis of Drucker’s academic influence in marketing is presented. The five main tenets that are derived from the bibliometric study are expanded upon as follows: (1) The Marketing Concept: Creating Value for Customers; (2) Broadened Role of Marketing in Society: Corporate Social Responsibility, Consumerism, Social Marketing, and Lessons from Non-Profit Organizations; (3) Contributions to Marketing Strategy: The Obvious and Not So Obvious; (4) Marketing-Innovation Interface: New Product Development; (5) Future of Globalization: Rise of Non-National Enterprises.

Keywords

Drucker Marketing concept Role of marketing Marketing strategy Corporate social responsibility Consumerism Non-profit organizations Corporate entrepreneurship Globalization Tribute Bibliometrics

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