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Course Syllabus – DRAFTISEN 461- Sustainable Branding (1.0 credits)Northwestern UniversityCourse Synopsis: This course covers many of the fundamental topics in branding, particularlysustainable branding. Beginning with an exploration of brand strategy and motivations, the courseprogresses to an understanding of key themes such as brand design and brand architecture. It alsodiscusses assorted topics such as brand auditing, transparency in sustainable practices and the key roleof social media in branding today. All topics covered apply a unique sustainability-centered focus, withcareful differentiation between B2C and B2B brands in the market. This course employs case studies asthe primary mode of assessment in order to demonstrate the application of course learnings in the realworld.Course Goals:Among other goals, Understanding Brand Image: This course aims to provide students with a greater understandingof the brand image as a key deliverable of the marketing process.Understanding Brand Strategy: Students will understand the process of creating a consistent,applicable brand messaging strategy as well as the particularities of sustainable brands.Understanding Brand Architecture: Students will understand brand portfolios under a singlefirm, and will understand how their treatment differs from a single brand.Technology as a Driver for Sustainable Branding: Students will understand the role ofinnovation in driving sustainable branding. Additionally, they will understand the importance ofcutting-edge technology such as social media in the field of branding and marketing.Grading/Assessment:Grading will be based on the following rubric:ComponentEffort andAttendanceWeight15%DetailsEffort will be graded through attendance, classparticipation and pop quizzes on the readings for the day.This ensures that the readings are done and that studentsare engaged in work outside the classroom.Due-*DRAFT Syllabus*

Case StudyAssignments60%Written, individual submissions. Case study assignmentsconstitute the bulk of the grading for this class and arethe primary mode of assessment. Students will be givencases and certain questions pertaining to them, whichthey will be expected to answer in detail. Submissionsshould engage with both the specifics of the situation andthe broader themes of the class. (7.5% per case)FinalPresentation25%Students will work in pairs for this assignment. They willwork with their instructor to pick a pre-existing companyin a pre-existing industry to focus on. Students will berole-playing as consultants to these companies, analyzingtheir current branding strategies and proposing solutionsthat draw from class material or from other researchdata. This presentation should last no longer than 15minutes, and should be accompanied by a 3-4 pageexecutive summary of the solutions being presented, tobe handed in to the instructor on presentation day.Students will not be allowed to select a company that hasalready been discussed in the form of case studies forclass. Preferably, they should select a firm from anindustry that has not been touched upon in class.Week #10Students will also be involved indirectly in thepresentations of their peers: as their peers arepresenting, students will prepare questions about thepresentation or the firm’s choices. These will be handedin to the instructor and may be counted as a componentof the participation grade.Grading Policy: Grades will be assigned based on all the work you have completed during the semesterfollowing the traditional practice of A 90-100, B 80-89, C 70-79, D 60-69, F 60.Course Readings: (all will be reformatted appropriately)Required Reading*DRAFT Syllabus*

Driesener, Carl, and Jenni Romaniuk. “Comparing Methods of Brand ImageMeasurement.” International Journal of Market Research, vol. 48, no. 6, 2006, pp. 681–698.,doi:10.1177/147078530604800605.Briggs, Tom. “Social Media's Second Act: Toward Sustainable Brand Engagement.” DesignManagement Review, vol. 21, no. 1, 2010, pp. 46–53., doi:10.1111/j.1948-7169.2010.00050.x.Brady, Arlo. “How to Generate Sustainable Brand Value from Responsibility.” Journal of BrandManagement, vol. 10, no. 4, 2003, pp. 279–289., doi:10.1057/, Jalal, and Haim Hilman. “Product Innovation as a Key Success Factor to BuildSustainable Brand Equity.” Management Science Letters, vol. 5, no. 6, 2015, pp. 567–576.,doi:10.5267/j.msl.2015.4.009.Hill, Jessica, and Hyun-Hwa Lee. “Sustainable Brand Extensions of Fast FashionRetailers.” Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management: An International Journal, vol. 19,no. 2, 2015, pp. 205–222., lMcKinsey: The Business of SustainabilityThe New Rules of Green Marketing: Strategies, Tools, and Inspiration for Sustainable BrandingRecommended ReadingO'connor, Noëlle, and Peter Bolan. “Creating a Sustainable Brand for Northern Ireland ThroughFilm-Induced Tourism.” Tourism Culture & Communication, vol. 8, no. 3, 2008, pp. 147–158.,doi:10.3727/109830408786177515.Minton, Elizabeth, et al. “Sustainable Marketing and Social Media.” Journal of Advertising, vol.41, no. 4, 2012, pp. 69–84., doi:10.1080/00913367.2012.10672458.Lee, Yung-Kil, and Jin-Woo Park. “Impact of a Sustainable Brand on Improving BusinessPerformance of Airport Enterprises: The Case of Incheon International Airport.” Journal of AirTransport Management, vol. 53, 2016, pp. 46–53., doi:10.1016/j.jairtraman.2016.01.002.*DRAFT Syllabus*

Many other articles from the Journal of Brand Management may be of use here.CLASS OUTLINEWeekly Topic1: Brand Image &Measurement 2: Brand Strategy: ValueProposition and Demographics3: Brand DesignDescriptionCourse logistics and overview, clarification of any questions.What will the case exercises look like? How to go aboutanswering case-based questions.Introducing brand image as the key deliverable of a brandingexercise.What are the methods used for measuring brand image?Scaling vs sorting style techniques, example of Likert ratingscale. How effective are these methods for data collection?How do you diagnose a brand image problem? Brand imageas a key aspect of marketing strategy.Sustainable branding as a key subset of broader focus onbrand imageCASE STUDY #1 Understanding the value proposition of sustainable firms. Differentiating between the employee value proposition andthe consumer value proposition. What are the psychological bases of the value proposition?How might these differ intuitively for sustainable firms? How do demographics of consumers (in the case ofsustainability GenX / Millenials / GenZ) affect thesustainability value proposition? What are the demographicsof consumers likely to consume B2C sustainable brands?CASE STUDY #2 Understanding the fundamental principles of brand design.How does brand design play into the creation of a broaderbrand image? Systematics frameworks for designing brands: for exampleconsistent messaging, understanding audience, activeemployees as the face of the brand. Understanding the connection between brand design andbrand strategy. How do you evaluate brand design?*DRAFT Syllabus*

CASE STUDY #34: Brand Design & Sustainability Continued evaluation of brand design. How might the criteriafor evaluating brand design differ for sustainable offerings?What is the role of storytelling in sustainable brand design?Sustainability messaging and its crucial role in the creation ofa brand. How does sustainability messaging differ for B2Bproducts and B2C products?How does the idea of storytelling relate to consistentmessaging?CASE STUDY #45: Brand Architecture 6: Brand Auditing and BrandDynamicsBroadening the conception of brand strategy to includemultiple brands. Understanding brand portfolios along withrespective trade-offs.How are strategic brand portfolio decisions evaluated?Co-existence of sustainable and conventional offerings withina single brand portfolio. What strategies are used in such asituation?Applying concepts of messaging and sustainable marketing toa broader portfolio of brands.CASE STUDY #5 Brand audits: what are they and what is the purpose? Basicoverview of the methodology of performing a brand audit.Do existing methodologies capture sustainability wellenough? Analyzing the results of a brand audit / brand dynamics:when and when does it not make sense for a brand tochange its value proposition over time? Does it make senseto extend the brand? Trade-offs in brand extension, systematic frameworks toapproaching brand extensions as a possibility.CASE STUDY #6Students must have discussed and finalized their industry and firm forthe final presentation with their instructor by the end of Week #7.7: Brand Authenticity & theRole of Transparency Consistent sustainability messaging applied: sustainablemarketing and package design.What are the impacts of seemingly minor elements like colorchoices, typography, logos, fonts in the design and success ofpackages?*DRAFT Syllabus*

8: Sustainable Branding, CSR,Greenwashing9: Leading the SustainableBrand Forward: Social Media10: FINAL PRESENTATIONWEEKCommunication strategies and other tactics applicable toboost returns.How do these prescriptions differ based on whether theproduct is B2B or B2C?Role of transparency, material sustainable practices inproduct design and the supply chainCASE STUDY #7 (Patagonia) Building brand equity and business value by innovating forsustainability. Understanding the various market drivers thathave an impact on sustainability innovation. What impact do CSR policies have on brand? Are theyenough? How Greenwashing – what is it? How to avoid it?CASE STUDY #8 (Lego) The challenges of managing brands over both short-term andlong-term horizons. New challenges in managing a sustainable brand in the ageof social media. Is social media more important tosustainable brands due to target demographics of B2C firms? Key brand performance indicators available through socialmedia. What governance principles should a brand adhere toon social media? Students will present their final presentations and will handin their executive summaries to the instructor.*DRAFT Syllabus*

*DRAFT Syllabus* Course Syllabus – DRAFT ISEN 461- Sustainable Branding (1.0 credits) Northwestern University Course Synopsis: This course covers many of the fundamental topics in branding, particularly sustainable branding. Beginning with an exploration of br

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