Topics: Strategic management, Management, Business Pages: 41 (9507 words) Published: March 27, 2013


Professor Peter S. Davis
UNC Charlotte | Dept. of Management
9201 University City Blvd. | Charlotte, NC 28223
Phone: 704-687-7632 | Fax: 704-687-3123 |


Ph.D. in Business Administration, 1988
University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
Major area: Strategic Management; Minor area: Marketing

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 1973
Appalachian State University, Boone, NC


2007-presentUniversity of North Carolina at Charlotte, Belk College of Business

Professor of Management

Chair, Department of Management

2007. University of Memphis, Fogelman College of Business & Economics

Professor of Management—Instructed doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate students in strategic management and entrepreneurship.

Sparks Family Chair of Excellence in International Business

Associate Director for the International MBA—Directed the operations and academic administration of the degree program.

Interim Chair, Management Department—Administered an academic department of over thirty full and part-time faculty and staff.

Coordinator of the Ph.D. Program—Coordinated the multi-track doctoral program in Management.

1989. University of Oregon, Lundquist College of Business

Assistant Professor of Management--Taught undergraduate, masters, doctoral, and executive courses in strategic management.


Pearce, J. A., Fritz, D., and Davis, P. S. 2010. The relationship between an entrepreneurial orientation and the performance of religious congregations as predicted by the religious economies model. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 34(1): 219-248.

Mahto, R.V., Davis, P. S., Robinson, R. B., and Pearce, J. A. 2010 (Forthcoming). Satisfaction with firm performance in family businesses. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.


Dibrell, C. C., Davis, P. S. & Craig, J. B. 2009. The performance implications of temporal orientation and information technology in organization-environment alignment. Journal of Strategy and Management, 2(2): 145-162.

Dibrell, C. C, Craig, J. S, Moores, K., Johnson, A., & Davis, P. S. 2009. Factors critical in overcoming the liability of newness: Highlighting the role of family. Journal of Private Equity, 12(2): 38-48.

Craig, J. S., Dibrell, C. C. and Davis, P. S. 2008. Leveraging family-based brand identity to enhance firm competitiveness and performance. Journal of Small Business Management, 46(3): 251-271. This article was featured in a promotional news release by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing that appeared in scores of media outlets and network sites across the United States and worldwide. A condensed version of this article was featured in BDO International Australia’s Family Business News and distributed to BDO’s global network of independent public accounting firms with more than 1095 offices in 110 countries and over 44,000 partners and employees.

Dibrell, C. C., Davis, P. S., and Craig, J. S. 2008. Fueling innovation through information technology in SMEs. Journal of Small Business Management, 46(2): 203-218.

Mahto, R. V., Davis, P. S., & Khanin, D. 2008. Consensus across organizational hierarchy. A paper presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA.


Nicovich, S., Dibrell, C. C., and Davis, P. S. 2007. Integration of value chain position and Porter’s (1980) competitive strategies in the market orientation conversation: An examination of upstream and downstream activities. The Journal of Business and Economic Studies, 13(2): 91-106.

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