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PREMIUM POWERPOINT SLIDES
Marketing Planning Model
SOSTAC
MARKETING PLANNING MODEL
POWERPOINT TEMPLATE
The SOSTAC planning system is one of
the most powerful planning models
ever developed. Simple yet
extremely effective, it ...
IMPORTANCE
SOSTAC Model
6 BASIC ELEMENTS
S SITUATION ANALYSIS Where are we currently?
O OBJECTIVES Where do we want to go?...
BASICS
SOSTAC - Marketing Planning Model
SITUATION
ANALYSIS
Analysis of
current situation:
Where are we
today?
OBJECTIVES
...
BASICS
The SOSTAC model integrates a wide range of business models.
The SOSTAC model integrates a wide range of business models.
SITUATIONANALYSIS
Analysis of current situation:
Where are we...
STRUCTURE
SOSTAC Model
TACTICS
Detailed planning and clear
definition of implementation
ACTIONS
Implementing the strategy
...
SOSTAC
STRUCTURE
SOSTAC Model
Where are we currently?
Brand perception
Customer input
SWOT analysis
Where do we want to go...
S – SITUATION ANALYSIS
Analysis
Analysis findings help initiate targeted actions which,
in addition to day-to-day business...
S – SITUATION ANALYSIS
Porter’s Five Forces
SUPPLIERS
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can be replaced with your own ...
O – OBJECTIVES
Defined Targets
It is important to clearly
document the targeted
area.
OBJECTIVE
QUALITY LEADERSHIP
5 P’SMARKETING
MIX
O – OBJECTIVES
5 P’s Marketing Mix
S – STRATEGY
Basic Strategy
A detailed action plan is set up
to achieve the objective.
It should determine whether to
expa...
Strategic planning is normally long-term.
The company must clarify what they are striving for:
GROWTH
KEEPING
CURRENT STAT...
It’s important to describe the strategy or implementation
plan in depth. Therefore, the marketing mix
(tools used for achi...
T – TACTICS
The marketing mix is a set of controllable tools that can be used individually or
combined.
MARKETING-MIX– 6 P...
A – ACTIONS
RACI Model
Who is responsible?
Who is accountable?
Who is consulted?
Who is informed?
A – ACTIONS
RACI Model – Sample
ProjectManager
Customer
ProductManager
Division
START END
Create Project Plan r c 1/1 1/15...
C – CONTROL
Reporting
To process relevant information and key figures for the company
0
5
10
15
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Product C Prod...
C – CONTROL
Balanced Scorecard
“Which processes do we need to
improve to satisfy customers and
stakeholders?”
INTERNAL PRO...
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A marketing presentation with diagrams and information to visualize the SOSTAC method. Includes PEST analysis, the RACI model, and marketing mix.

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Content:
- an explanation of the SOSTAC model
- examples of all 6 elements of SOSTAC
- SWOT Analysis
- PEST Analysis
- Porters Five Forces
- marketing mix
- RACI Model
- balanced scorecard
- reporting diagrams
- checklists

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SOSTAC Marketing Planning Model PPT Slide Template

  1. 1. PREMIUM POWERPOINT SLIDES Marketing Planning Model
  2. 2. SOSTAC MARKETING PLANNING MODEL POWERPOINT TEMPLATE
  3. 3. The SOSTAC planning system is one of the most powerful planning models ever developed. Simple yet extremely effective, it contains all the vital elements for the perfect marketing plan. Stuart J Davidson, (Marketing Strategist)
  4. 4. IMPORTANCE SOSTAC Model 6 BASIC ELEMENTS S SITUATION ANALYSIS Where are we currently? O OBJECTIVES Where do we want to go? S STRATEGY How will we get there? T TACTICS What actions are needed? A ACTION Who will perform said actions? C CONTROL How can we control, evaluate and develop the process further? SOSTAC was developed by Paul Smith, an international speaker, consultant and marketing author. His model is used by companies worldwide.
  5. 5. BASICS SOSTAC - Marketing Planning Model SITUATION ANALYSIS Analysis of current situation: Where are we today? OBJECTIVES Definition of clear goals: Where do we want to go? STRATEGY Strategy development: How do we want to get there? TACTICS Elaborating on the strategy and accurately planning implementation ACTION Implementing the strategy CONTROL Controlling the strategy
  6. 6. BASICS The SOSTAC model integrates a wide range of business models.
  7. 7. The SOSTAC model integrates a wide range of business models. SITUATIONANALYSIS Analysis of current situation: Where are we today? OBJECTIVES Definition of clear goals: Where do we want to go? STRATEGY Strategy development: How do we want to get there? TACTICS Elaborating on the strategy and accurately planning implementation ACTION Implementing the strategy CONTROL Controlling the strategy BASICS Download at www.PresentationLoad.com
  8. 8. STRUCTURE SOSTAC Model TACTICS Detailed planning and clear definition of implementation ACTIONS Implementing the strategy CONTROL Controlling implementation SITUATION ANALYSIS "Where are we currently?" OBJECTIVES "Where do we want to go?" STRATEGY "How do we get there?"SOSTAC
  9. 9. SOSTAC STRUCTURE SOSTAC Model Where are we currently? Brand perception Customer input SWOT analysis Where do we want to go? Efficiency– quantified gains Sales – acquire customers and retain targets Service – strengthen customer satisfaction How do we want to get there? Strengthen credibility. Utilize tools. How exactly can we get there? Organize a marketing mix. Organize schedule. Set up a content strategy. Who is responsible for what and when? Outside agencies Resources and skills within the company Responsibilities and structures How can we oversee performance? Conduct customer satisfaction surveys. Establish frequency of reporting. Monitor process of reporting and actions.
  10. 10. S – SITUATION ANALYSIS Analysis Analysis findings help initiate targeted actions which, in addition to day-to-day business, have external effects and provide direction for the future. It’s possible to obtain information for strategies and market processing with analytical models, such as: SWOT PEST Porter’s 5 Forces
  11. 11. S – SITUATION ANALYSIS Porter’s Five Forces SUPPLIERS This is a placeholder text. This text can be replaced with your own text. POTENTIALNEWCOMPETITORS This is a placeholder text. This text can be replaced with your own text. CUSTOMER This is a placeholder text. This text can be replaced with your own text. SUBSTITUTEPRODUCTS This is a placeholder text. This text can be replaced with your own text. threat from new competitors bargaining power of customers threat from substitute Bargaining power of suppliers Competitive RIVALRY
  12. 12. O – OBJECTIVES Defined Targets It is important to clearly document the targeted area. OBJECTIVE QUALITY LEADERSHIP
  13. 13. 5 P’SMARKETING MIX O – OBJECTIVES 5 P’s Marketing Mix
  14. 14. S – STRATEGY Basic Strategy A detailed action plan is set up to achieve the objective. It should determine whether to expand the product range or continue to optimize existing products. Everything must be documented in writing.
  15. 15. Strategic planning is normally long-term. The company must clarify what they are striving for: GROWTH KEEPING CURRENT STATUS REDUCING COMPANY PERFORMANCE S – STRATEGY Strategic Development
  16. 16. It’s important to describe the strategy or implementation plan in depth. Therefore, the marketing mix (tools used for achieving the objective) is used. T – TACTICS Detailed Planning
  17. 17. T – TACTICS The marketing mix is a set of controllable tools that can be used individually or combined. MARKETING-MIX– 6 P’S PRODUCT PRICE PROMOTION PLACE PERSONNEL PROCESSES quality image brand warranties variants discounts credit bonuses communication Sales PR sales channels (online) shops employees account managers recruiters customer-oriented IT design Download at www.PresentationLoad.com
  18. 18. A – ACTIONS RACI Model Who is responsible? Who is accountable? Who is consulted? Who is informed?
  19. 19. A – ACTIONS RACI Model – Sample ProjectManager Customer ProductManager Division START END Create Project Plan r c 1/1 1/15 Calculate Costs r c 1/15 3/31 Organize Purchases i a c 1/31 2/15 Set Timetable a r i 2/1 3/15 Process Results i r a 3/15 4/30 LEGEND R = Responsible C = Consulted A = Accountable I = Informed
  20. 20. C – CONTROL Reporting To process relevant information and key figures for the company 0 5 10 15 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Product C Product B Product A 8,23,2 1,4 1,2 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 0 2 4 6 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Product A Product B Reporting shows if developed plans actually work Countermeasures against faulty developments can be initiated it an early stage
  21. 21. C – CONTROL Balanced Scorecard “Which processes do we need to improve to satisfy customers and stakeholders?” INTERNAL PROCESSES “How can we still meet our customer’s requirements in the future and what are the critical success factors? LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT “What do we need to do for our customers to achieve our financial objectives?" CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE “What do we consider financial success and how can it be measured?” FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVE Mission / Vision Strategy
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