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Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation
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Connectivity Marketing: Consumer Participation in Value Creation

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Presentation National Marketing Conference by Prof. Agus W. Soehadi Ph.D (Vice Dean Prasetiya Mulya Business School)

Presentation National Marketing Conference by Prof. Agus W. Soehadi Ph.D (Vice Dean Prasetiya Mulya Business School)

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  • 1. Connectivity Marketing:Consumer Participation in Value Creation Prof Agus W. Soehadi PhD Prasetiya Mulya Business School
  • 2. Evolution of Marketing Thought Market With Market To (Collaborate with To Market (Management of Customers & Partners(Matter in Motion) Customers to Create & Sustain & Markets ) Value) Through 1950 1950-2010 2010+ Lush and Vargo 2007
  • 3. Service Dominant Logic ViewMarketing focuses on the exchange of competencies such as skills and knowledge; and customersco-produce the service and thus are part of the value creation process (Vargo and Lusch 2004) Value Exchange to Value In-Use Co-Creation of Value
  • 4. The Whole Exchange Process Arnould et al (2006) Operant Operand Social Consumers Economic Cultural Material Object Physical Co-Creating theValueValue Proposition Value in Use Operant Operand Core Competence Companies Collection of Sense & Response Production Make & Sell Vargo & Lusch (2004)
  • 5. Consumer Community Community gives an opportunity forcustomers to grow their competencies. Customer competencies are valuable resources for building co-creation opportunities (Schau, Muniz and Arnould 2009)
  • 6. The Value Creation Processbetween Company & ConsumersValue Proposition Dialogue Involvement Consumption Company Interaction ConsumerCompany Desired Value Balanced Value Consumer Desired Value Pongsakornrungsilp 2010
  • 7. Grow of Competencies within the Consumer CommunityIndividual Individual Individual Compromise Commitment Relationship Interaction Engaging Enriching CompetenciesIndividual Grow Individual Discussion Educating Sharing Embodiment Individual Individual Individual Pongsakornrungsilp 2010
  • 8. Orchestrating the Interaction Government/NGO CommunityEmployee Community Partner Community Business Platform Customer-Community Advocacy/Boycotts Word-of-Mouth Marketing Consumer-Community Prospect Communities Soehadi 2013
  • 9. The Consumunity Model SocietyCommunity Community Corporate Catalyst Other Communities Soehadi and Ardianto 2007
  • 10. The Consumunity Research 2012 ICE-6 Community & Co-Creation Value 2011 ICE – 5 Strategy Kolaborasi Komunitas & Bisnis 2010 ICE – 4 Strategy Bisnis dan Komunitas Karyawan 2009 ICE – 3 Interaksi antar Komunitas 2008 ICE – 2 Kontribusi Komunitas kepada Masyarakat 2007 ICE – IKontribusi Komunitas kepada Produsen
  • 11. Consumunity and Co-Creation Value (Soehadi Model 2012) Company Operant .889 Resources .137 Co-Creation Community Value .534 Customer .958 Operant Resources CMIN/df = 5.948 P= .0000 TLI = 873 CFI = .912 RMSEA = .074
  • 12. Co-Creation Building Path Hi Co-Modifying Co-Developing Co-Innovating(Superior Value Proposition) Co-Production Med Co-Participating Co-Advocating Co-Involving Low Co-Engaging Co-Learning Co-Enriching Low Med Hi Co-Consumption (Unique Experience) Soehadi 2013
  • 13. Thank You

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