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Dilip Mutum

Associate Professor of Marketing, Divisional Research Director of Leadership, Management and Marketing, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

Dilip S. Mutum is Associate Professor of Marketing at the Nottingham University Business School (NUBS) . He is also the Divisional Research Director of Leadership, Management and Marketing. He is a member the of Student Competition Mentoring Group (Mentors+) as well as the Information and Communications committee.

Prior to joining NUBS in 2014, he was attached with the Coventry Business School, Coventry University, UK, as a Lecturer in Marketing and Advertising. He has also worked previously as a tutor at the Warwick Business School, University of Warwick and as a lecturer with Universiti Utara Malaysia (2002-2006).

He has a PhD in Marketing from the Warwick Business School, University of Warwick and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK). Dilip is a HRDF Certified Trainer.

Before deciding on an academic career, Dilip has worked with various organisations in different capacities. This includes a short stint as a Sub-editor with The South Review magazine and as the Communications Officer for Consumers International - Asia Pacific office.

Dilip is on the editorial boards of the International Journal of Services, Economics and Management (IJSEM); International Journal of E-Services and Mobile Applications (IJESMA) and The Bottom Line.

Expertise Summary

An avid blogger, Dilip's research interests include digital consumption, social networking, customer relationship management, and social marketing. His primary expertise lies in search engine optimisation and social media marketing. His Twitter profile (@admutum) has over 10K followers.

Teaching Summary

Dilip's teaching interests include digital marketing, strategic marketing management and contemporary issues in marketing.

AT UNMC, he is teaching the following modules in 2016-2017:

  • Branding and Advertising (N12413) BSc - Autumn Semester
  • Marketing and society (N13501) - BSc - Autumn Semester
  • Essentials of international marketing (​N14B46) - MSc - Spring Semester
  • Contemporary themes in marketing (N14M84) - MBA - Summer Semester
  • NAA Module - UG Business Studies for Non-Business Student (Session on Marketing).

He taught the following modules in 2015-2016:

  • Marketing and society (N13501) - BSc - Autumn Semester
  • Essentials of international marketing (​N14B4) - MSc - Spring Semester
  • Managing the marketing mix (N1B415) - BSc - Spring Semester
  • Contemporary themes in marketing (N14M84) - MBA - Summer Semester
  • NAA Module - UG Business Studies for Non-Business Student (Session on Marketing).

He has also taught the following modules previously:

  • Business Ethics (N13601)
  • MBA Marketing (N14M04)
  • NAA Module - UG Business Studies for Non-Business Student (Session on Marketing).

Research Summary

Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS) Ongoing

Reference Code FRGS/1/2016/SS01/UM/02/5

Selected Grant FRGS 2016-1

Title Of Research Project:

Green consumer behaviour and antecedents: Developing a profile of green consumers in Malaysia and implications

Keywords: Sustainable Consumption, Religiousity, Consumer Behaviour, Psychographic Profile, Green Consumer, Lifestyle Profile, Green Consumers, Eco-friendly behaviour

Skim Geran Penulisan Kes (CWGS) 2016 Ongoing

Title of Case Study Project:

Customer retention in the age of social media: A case study of Maxis.

Keywords: Consumer Behaviour, Services Marketing, Customer Relationship Management.

Selected Publications

Past Research

Social Media for Business and Community Engagement:Enhancing business engagement at Coventry University

Looks at developing innovative methods of engaging the University with key business and community stakeholders and to evaluate the success of these new methods.

Funded by JISC (19th July, 2012 - May 2013).

Blended Learning Project

This project involves a benchmarking activity to establish current blended learning practices within WBS, the wider University, and other universities than Warwick; and also establish student perspectives of WBS's use, delivery and effectiveness of current blended learning tools, plus the student's own technology practices in their studies.

Funded by the Warwick Business School, University of Warwick (26 May 2010 - left project September 2011).

PhD Research

Dilip's PhD research at the Warwick Business School looked at the social, technological and individual factors that influence consumers to accept blogs. Furthermore, the research analysed consumer avoidance of sponsored posts within blogs.

A Study of Internet Users' Adoption of E-Commerce

Funded by Faculty Research Grant, Universiti Utara Malaysia (2003 -2005).

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