MPMC-700 Collaboration Lab
Fall for 2017-2018
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Working from a creative brief for a major consumer brand, students will learn how to collaborate in the best interest of their client, and towards the development of a fully integrated marketing communications campaign. Students will be asked to navigate the silos between communications disciplines and to stop the “wars” among the advocates of any one particular approach. As part of the experience, students will work as a small team to build up a “silo” for one communication’s discipline. Then they will switch gears and learn how to break it down in order to create a more powerful campaign that puts the consumer’s interest ahead of self-interest. After the client selects the winning idea, students will come together as one group to further refine the approach and present to the client at the end of the semester as a unified, collaborative team.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: MPMC 600, MPMC 602

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MPMC-700-01 Collaboration Lab
Fall for 2017-2018
Working from a creative brief for a major consumer brand, students will learn how to collaborate in the best interest of their client, and towards the development of a fully integrated marketing communications campaign. Students will be asked to navigate the silos between communications disciplines and to stop the “wars” among the advocates of any one particular approach. As part of the experience, students will work as a small team to build up a “silo” for one communication’s discipline. Then they will switch gears and learn how to break it down in order to create a more powerful campaign that puts the consumer’s interest ahead of self-interest. After the client selects the winning idea, students will come together as one group to further refine the approach and present to the client at the end of the semester as a unified, collaborative team.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: MPMC 600, MPMC 602
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