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When marketers have a clear focus on the true task confronting them and are
effective at doing it, then competition becomes a non-issue. What is the true
task that alleviates the need for competition? Thinking about thinking is the
process that challenges how we think about marketing and competition. The ideas
presented in this book explain marketing thinking and how to cultivate it, and
ultimately, the ways in which marketplace differences are created. Instead of
offering marketing steps, processes, and models, the focus here is on
developing the practitioner's thinking rather than providing some formulaic
series of steps, processes, and/or models based upon someone else's thinking.
This provocative perspective requires a deeper reading and thinking about many
of the familiar notions found in marketing. For example, why compete? It is
written for serious practitioners interested in breaking from the familiar ways
of doing things and in search of unique approaches to stimulate their own
thinking that is effective for any organization large or small. What will the
reader take away from this book? Fundamentally, the book examines difference
and how marketing differences are created. As such, difference is explored at a
level deep enough to understand its nature and how to be more effective at the
process of difference creation that can benefit an organization. It explains
that marketing thinking is predicated upon a type of questioning from which
marketing differences (e.g., answers) originate. Marketing is redefined as a
way of thinking versus a discipline or some function. The relationships among
thinking, questioning, curiosity, and difference are revealed for the purpose
of developing ways in which the marketer can become more effective at the game
of marketing. There are many new and different notions offered in the book that
can be understood and used by practitioners pertaining to their own situations.
Finally, Questioning techniques are discussed for strategy development purposes.