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Dr David Stoten

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

 David’s principal research interests are: Leadership; Organisational Theory; Online Learning and Self-Regulated Learning.

Campus Address

Room 419
City Campus East 1
Newcastle upon Tyne

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  • Following the herd? To what extent can isomorphism conceptualise the positioning of universities in the delivery of Foundation Programmes in Business education?, Stoten, D. 28 Feb 2023, In: Innovative Practice in Higher Education
  • Using the Business Model Canvas to conceptualise the value proposition of heutagogical executive education, Stoten, D. 23 Feb 2023, In: Innovative Practice in Higher Education
  • Conceptualising subjective well-being through Social Ecology Systems theory: A comparison of PhD and Professional Doctorate students’ experiences, Stoten, D. 12 Apr 2022, In: Innovative Practice in Higher Education
  • Escaping from the valley of death: Reconfiguring executive education through a differentiated curriculum, Stoten, D. 1 Jul 2022, In: The International Journal of Management Education
  • How Relevant Is Cultural Dimensions Theory? An Empirical Study of Sri Lankan Undergraduate Business and Management Students, Stoten, D. Jul 2022, In: Higher Education for the Future
  • “I’ve Been in a Box Too Long and I Didn’t Even Realise That I Was.” How Can We Conceptualise the Subjective Well-Being of Students Undertaking a Part-Time DBA? The IICC Model, Stoten, D. 6 Apr 2022, In: Journal of Continuing Higher Education
  • Thinking beyond the Third Space: How can we conceptualise the position of Associate Lecturers in Higher Education?, Stoten, D. 16 Aug 2022, In: Journal of Further and Higher Education
  • Building adaptive management capability: The contribution of heutagogy to management development in turbulent times, Stoten, D. 16 Feb 2021, In: Journal of Management Development
  • Educating for future complexities in management: a vision for the future MBA, Stoten, D. 1 Apr 2021, In: Innovative Practice in Higher Education

  • Aurelius Rapozo What elements of relationship management can add value to the supply chain between FinTech providers and Small and Medium Enterprises in the Netherlands? Start Date: 17/01/2022
  • Mary Bruce-Martin Higher Education Lecturers’ Experiences of Contemplative Practices and Mindful Learning in Higher Education: A Self-Determination Theory Perspective Start Date: 01/10/2017 End Date: 05/10/2022
  • Gary Reynolds Developing Authenticity: An exploration of first- year student learning practice and experience in an Irish TU college Start Date: 20/11/2019
  • Callum Swain Start Date: 01/10/2017 End Date: 26/11/2019

  • Educational Development PhD November 29 2019
  • Management EdD October 26 2006
  • MBA July 01 2002
  • PGDip November 02 1998
  • Education MA July 01 1994
  • PGCE June 23 1989
  • Modern History MA December 06 1986
  • Politics BA (Hons) July 05 1985
  • Qualified Teacher Status QTS
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2015

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