Dr Kate Davis
PhD, MSc BIT, MSc MBSR, BA (Hons), C&G 7407, Mifl, SFHEA
Accounting, Finance and Informatics
KHBS2013 Kingston Business School
Kingston Upon Thames
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In 2001, Kate graduated with a BA(Hons) degree in Business Studies from the University of Surrey and worked in marketing until gaining an MSc in Business IT from Kingston University's Business School in 2004. Kate decided to pursue a career in lecturing, successfully completing a Teacher's Certificate before taking up her present post. She also completed her MSc in Management and Business Studies Research in 2012.
Kate completed her PhD in 2016 at Kingston University London which was entitled ‘Reconciling views of project success: a multiple stakeholder model’.
Kate's principal research interest is the people side of Project Management.
Kate lectures in Business Information Systems, Project Management and Strategic Information Management and Consultancy at undergraduate level. She also lectures in Project Management on the MBA.
She is course director for BSc Business Information Technology.
Kate is a member of the Institute for Learning and also Association for Project Management.
Davis, Kate (2016) A method to measure success dimensions relating to individual stakeholder groups. International Journal of Project Management, 34(3), pp. 480-493. ISSN (print) 0263-7863
Davis, Kate (2014) Different stakeholder groups and their perceptions of project success. International Journal of Project Management, 32(2), pp. 189-201. ISSN (print) 0263-7863
Davis, Katherine (2016) Reconciling views of project success : a multiple stakeholder model. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.