Use the following case studies from the Learning Resources to be the focus of your Final Project:
-Thrive or Revive? The Kaiser Permanente “Thrive” Marketing Programs
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Review the case study and consider how you might market the health care organization. For guidance on developing a marketing plan, refer to Chapter 15, “Marketing Planning” in this week’s Learning Resources.
In a 20 pages marketing plan, address the following:
Gather initial information
Audit the market
Determine the marketing strategy and business communication standards to be used
Assess due diligence (any operational, financial, or human resources requirements needed to implement the plan)
Set marketing goals and objectives
Describe any benchmarks from other competitors or industries
Prioritize marketing objectives
Specify marketing actions
Explain any global marketing issues in the marketing plan
Specify any limitations to implementing the plan
Then, create either a slide presentation OR executive summary to present to the facility’s leadership.
The 10- to 12-slide presentation should include presenter notes of 100- to 150-words per slide. Your presentation should summarize and defend your marketing plan. Be sure to use best practices of business communication.
The 2-page executive summary should summarize and defend your marketing plan. Be sure to use best practices of business communication.
Note: Your Final Project must be written in standard edited English. Be sure to support your work with specific citations from this module’s Learning Resources and at least 15 current scholarly sources. At least five resources should be from peer-reviewed journals. All references should be less than 5 years old. See the Final Project rubric for additional requirements related to research and scholarly writing