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Dr Katy Marsh Davies BA, MA, PhD, SFHEA

Senior Lecturer, Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management

Summary

Katy is a Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management, she is the Level 4 Lead for Business & Management courses.

  • About

    Katy is a former HR Professional, having worked for Royal Mail in Chesterfield, Sheffield and London. She has over 15 years experience of teaching in Higher Education and has held
    various leadership positions. Katy's research explores professional identities, usually focusing on gender and how work is balanced with other roles. She has supervised and examined PhDs on topics such as about female entrepreneurship, organisational change,
    and flexible working.

  • Teaching

    Organisational Behaviour / Human Resource Management

    Business & Management programmes; Business & HRM






  • Research

    Being a Teacher during COVID-19

  • Publications

    Journal articles

    Thursfield, D., & Grayley, K. (2016). Exploring performance management in four UK trade unions. Employee Relations, 38 (5), 789-804. http://doi.org/10.1108/er-08-2015-0167

    Marsh, K., & Musson, G. (n.d.). Men at Work and at Home: Managing Emotion in Telework. Gender, Work & Organization, 0 (0), 070602001054001-???. http://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-0432.2007.00353.x

    Conference papers

    Ahmed, N., & Marsh-Davies, K. (2020). Female Entrepreneurship in the Gaza Strip: Exploring the role of Social Capital. In BAM 2020 Conference in the Cloud, Virtual conference, 2 September 2020 - 4 September 2020. British Academy of Management: https://app.oxfordabstracts.com/events/1520/secure/program-app/submission/206531?

    Book chapters

    Marsh-Davies, K., Blenkinsopp, J., Scurry, T., & Burke, C. (2017). Critical perspectives of graduate employability. In Graduate Employability in Context Theory, Research and Debate. Palgrave Macmillan

    Marsh-Davies, K., & Musson, G. (2009). Managing the Emotional Boundaries of Telework. In The Emotional Organization Passions and Power. John Wiley & Sons

  • Postgraduate supervision

    Female Entrepreneurship and Social Capital in Gaza


    Barriers to Female Entrepreneurship in Pakistan


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