Marcel Minutolo, D.Phil.

Joined Chatham: 2019


Strategic Management, Cryptocurrency, Machine Learning, Sustainability, Management


Marcel Minutolo has been an entrepreneur and a business development consultant for over 25 years. He is currently a Professor of Strategic Management with a focus on artificial intelligence in the School of Business at Robert Morris University where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in strategic management, data analytics, sustainability, and corporate social responsibility. He is an Amazon Web Services Accredited Instructor, an AWS certified Cloud Practitioner, and a Six Sigma Certified Black Belt. Dr. Minutolo has an earned Doctorate of Philosophy in Business Strategy from the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Minutolo is a Distinguished Fellow with the International Center for Conflict Resolution at the University of Pittsburgh and leads conflict resolution discussions. Dr. Minutolo has conducted research studies for Shell Appalachia, the United Way of Allegheny County, the National Collaborative for Gun Violence Research, and led the strategic planning process for many organizations. He is a former U.S. Army military intelligence company commander with multiple deployments. 


  • University of Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh, PA – Katz Graduate School of Business – Strategy Major; Artificial Intelligence Minor – Doctor of Philosophy, 2009
  • MBA, University of Pittsburgh, 2001
  • BA, Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh, 1995


  • Ivanova, A., Minutolo, M.C., and Marcus, A. (2016). Direct and vicarious learning and firm performance. Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, 17(2), 134-151.
  • Kristjanpoller, W., Minutolo, M.C. (2016). Forecasting volatility of oil price using an Artificial Neural Network-GARCH model. Expert Systems with Applications, 65: 233-241.
  • Yang, Q. and Minutolo, M.C. (2016). The strategic approaches for a new typology of patent portfolios. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, 13(2): 1-18.
  • Kristjanpoller, W., Minutolo, M.C. (2015). Gold price volatility: A forecasting approach using the Artificial Neural Network-GARCH model. Expert Systems with Applications, 42(20): 7245-7251.
  • Smith, A.D., and Minutolo, M.C. (2014). Green supply chain acceptability and internal stakeholder concerns. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Supply Management, 19(4): 464-490.
  • Kristjanpoller, W., Fadic, Minutolo, M.C. (2013). Volatility forecast using hybrid neural network models. Expert Systems with Applications, 41(5): 2437-2442.
  • Nikulin, C., Graziosi, S., Cascini, G., Araneda, A., & Minutolo, M.C. (2013). An algorithm for supply chain integration based on OTSM-TRIZ. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 75(3): 383-396.
  • Bennington, A. J. & Minutolo, M. C. (2013). Intent to be a socially responsible small or medium-sized enterprise: Theory of planned behavior and leaders' actualizing. Journal of Management and Sustainability, 3 (1).
  • Potter, J., Minutolo, M.C., & Mainier, E. (2012). The use of entrepreneurial separation to transfer technology programs to overcome market failures to license intellectual property. SAM Advanced Management Journal. 77(2).
  • Minutolo, M. C. & Potter, J. (2011). An introduction to entrepreneurial separation to transfer technology programs. Journal of High Technology Management Research, 22(2), 114-120.