PETER H. DAVIS, Ph level. D.
Professor Peter S. Davis
UNC Charlotte | Dept. of Supervision
9201 College or university City Blvd. | Charlotte, NC 28223
Phone: 704-687-7632 | Fax: 704-687-3123
peter. [email protected] edu | http://www.uncc.edu
Ph. D. in Business Administration, 1988
University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
Major area: Strategic Management; Minimal area: Marketing
Bachelor of Science in operation Administration, 1973
Appalachian Point out University, Boone, NC
2007-presentUniversity of North Carolina at Charlotte, Belk School of Business
Professor of Management
Seat, Department of Management
2007. University of Memphis, Fogelman College of Business & Economics
Teacher of ManagementвЂ”Instructed doctoral, graduate student, and undergrad students in strategic administration and entrepreneurship.
Sparks Friends and family Chair of Excellence in International Organization
Associate Representative for the International MBAвЂ”Directed the procedures and academic administration of the degree software.
Interim Couch, Management DepartmentвЂ”Administered an academic department of over 25 full and part-time faculty and staff.
Coordinator with the Ph. D. ProgramвЂ”Coordinated the multi-track doctoral program in Managing.
1989. University or college of Or, Lundquist University of Business
Assistant Teacher of Management--Taught undergraduate, masters, doctoral, and executive training in proper management.
GUIDES and DEMONSTRATIONS:
Pearce, M. A., Fritz, D., and Davis, P. S. 2010. The relationship among an entrepreneurial orientation as well as the performance of spiritual congregations while predicted by religious economies model. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 34(1): 219-248.
Mahto, R. Versus., Davis, P. S., Brown, R. W., and Pearce, J. A. 2010 (Forthcoming). Satisfaction with firm functionality in family businesses. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.
Dibrell, C. C., Davis, P. S i9000. & Craig, J. N. 2009. The performance implications of eventual orientation and information technology in organization-environment positioning. Journal of Strategy and Management, 2(2): 145-162.
Dibrell, C. C, Craig, J. H, Moores, K., Johnson, A., & Davis, P. T. 2009. Elements critical in overcoming the liability of newness: Highlighting the role of family. Diary of Private Value, 12(2): 38-48.
Craig, M. S., Dibrell, C. C. and Davis, P. H. 2008. Leveraging family-based company identity to enhance firm competitiveness and performance. Log of Small enterprise Management, 46(3): 251-271. This information was highlighted in a promotional news release by simply Wiley-Blackwell Posting that made an appearance in scores of media outlets and network sites over the United States and worldwide. A condensed version of this article was featured in BDO Foreign Australia's Family members Business Reports and distributed to BDO's global network of impartial public accounting firms exceeding 1095 offices in 110 countries and also 44, 500 partners and employees.
Dibrell, C. C., Davis, P. S., and Craig, L. S. 08. Fueling innovation through information technology in SMEs. Journal of Small Business Management, 46(2): 203-218.
Mahto, Ur. V., Davis, P. T., & Khanin, D. 2008. Consensus throughout organizational hierarchy. A newspaper presented in the 68th Annual Meeting in the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.
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Nicovich, S., Dibrell, C. C., and Davis, P. T. 2007. The use of value sequence position and Porter's (1980) competitive tactics in the market orientation conversation: An examination of upstream and downstream activities. The Journal of Business and Economic Research, 13(2): 91-106.
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