BiographyPublicationsCoursesCase Studies Education: B.S., SUNY Binghamton; MBA, University of Massachusetts; Ph.D., Georgia Institute of TechnologyAssistant Professor of Business Administration Jeremy Hutchison-Krupat's research is focused on the effective implementation of a firm's innovation strategy. His recent work has evaluated the effect that various resource allocation processes have on a firm's ability to innovate, the appropriate use of different performance metrics for collaborative innovation, and the effect of both incentives and tolerance for failure on managerial decision making within an innovation context. This research is supported by grants from the Batten Institute at the University of Virginia.Prior to joining the Darden faculty, he worked for Avery Dennison Corporation where he held roles as a financial analyst, business unit manager, product development manager and supply chain optimization manager for Office Products North America.Peer Reviewed PublicationsHutchison-Krupat, J. and R. Chao. (2014). Tolerance for Failure and Incentive for Collaborative Innovation. Production and Operations Management(August) Vol 23, No 8, 1265-1285.Hutchison-Krupat, J. and S. Kavadias. (2013). Strategic Resource Allocation: Top-Down, Bottom-Up, and the Value of Strategic Buckets. Forthcoming in Management Science.Working PapersHutchison-Krupat, J. and S. Kavadias. (2013). Incentive Design for Cross-Functional Teams, under 2nd round review at Organization Science.Hutchison-Krupat, J. and S. Kavadias. (2009). Organizational Enablers for NPD Portfolio Selection.Research in ProgressHutchison-Krupat, J."Using Incentives and Communication (Rhetoric) to Achieve Organizational Ambidexterity"Ozkan, G., D. Hall, J. Hutchison-Krupat, F. Switzer. "New Product Development Evolution: The Search for the Best Alternative"MBA CoursesOperations Management (MBA Core)Developing New Products and ServicesExecutive Education CoursesFTI Consulting, Merck PharmaceuticalAdvancing knowledge through research that shapes business, Darden professors are recognized thought leaders in their fields. They are not only master case method teachers, they also author many of the cases used in Darden classrooms and around the world.Jeremy Hutchison-Krupat's cases are available in the Darden Business Publishing website.