In outranking approaches, the inaccuracy of the data can be modeled

In outranking approaches, the inaccuracy of the data can be modeled through the indifference and preference threshold, so-called pseudocriteria. Of course, threshold must be assessed for each criterion and for each problem separately. 5. CONCLUSION As can be seen, the marketing manager should have rough outline of potential marketing activities that can be used to … Continue reading “In outranking approaches, the inaccuracy of the data can be modeled”

In outranking approaches, the inaccuracy of the data can be modeled through the indifference and preference threshold, so-called pseudocriteria. Of course, threshold must be assessed for each criterion and for each problem separately.

5. CONCLUSION

As can be seen, the marketing manager should have rough outline of potential marketing activities that can be used to take advantage of capabilities and convert weaknesses and threats. However, at this stage, there will likely be many potential directions for the managers to pursue. The manager must prioritize all marketing activities and develop specific goals and objectives for the marketing plan (Boone, 1992).

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