Ford Motor Company Professor of Marketing
Customer portfolio management; characteristics and skills of high-performing managers; service infusion strategies by business-to-business firms
Customer portfolio management project with a logistics firm and service infusion study with a global manufacturing firm
Career and Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
2011 Harold H. Maynard Award, Journal of Marketing; Outstanding Professor Award - Doctoral Programs, 2007; Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize, MIT Sloan Management Review, 2001
Editorial Review Boards: Journal of the
Crina Tarasi, Ruth Bolton, Michael Hutt, and Beth Walker, "Balancing Risk and Return in a Customer Portfolio," Journal of Marketing 75 (May 2011), 1-17. (Winner, Harold H. Maynard Award, recognizing article that makes the most significant contribution to marketing theory and thought within calendar year)
Michelle Steward, Beth Walker, Michael Hutt, and Ajith Kumar, "Coordination Strategies of High-Performing Salespeople: Internal Working Relationships that Drive Success," Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 38 (October 2010), 550-566.
Michelle Steward, Beth Walker, Michael Hutt, and Ajith Kumar, "Role Identity of High-Performing Account Managers," Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing 24 (2009, 7) 463-473.
Michael Hutt, "Engaging Corporate Partners to Bridge the Theory-Practice Gap," Journal of Supply Chain Management 44 (May 2008), 68-72.
Michael Hutt. and Thomas Speh, "Cross-Functional Relationships in Business Marketing: The Skills of High-Performing Managers," Journal of Business-to-Business Marketing, 14, No. 1, 2007, pp. 75-94.
Michael Hutt and Beth Walker, "A Network Perspective of Account Manager Performance," Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing 21 (Issue 7, 2006), 466-473.
John Barnes, Donald
Michael Hutt and Thomas Speh, Business Marketing Management: B2B, 11th Edition (Mason, OH: South-Western Cengage Learning, 2013).
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MKT 555 - Business-to-Business Marketing
Provides the tools and specialized knowledge for developing and executing marketing strategy in the business-to-business market. Covers how to identify forces that drive buying behavior in organizations, measure market opportunity, identify profitable segments, and develop strategy, particularly for turbulent, high-technology markets.