Human Resource Initiatives, Organizational Performance, Career Development, Organizational and Professional Identity and Commitment, Service Relationships and Delivery
Kate Walsh is an associate professor of management at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration (SHA). She received her PhD from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College and her MPS degree from SHA. She holds a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Fairfield University.
Dr. Walsh’s primary research examines the intersection of career theory, identity, and organizational relationships. She also conducts research examining the role of strategic initiatives on organizational performance. In addition to contributing to numerous books, she has authored articles that are appearing or have appeared in outlets such as Journal of Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Service Research, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Human Resource Management Review, Organization Science, Career Development International, The Service Industries Journal, Trends in Organizational Behavior, Research in Management Consulting, Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, The Learning Organization, International Journal of Hospitality Management, and the Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.
Dr. Walsh’s previous work experience includes the Director of Training and Development for Nikko Hotels International, Corporate Training Manager for the former Bristol Hotels, and Senior Auditor for Loews Corporation. Dr. Walsh is also a former New York State Certified Public Accountant.
- HADM 1910 - Distinguished Lectures in Hospitality Management
- HADM 4100 - Hospitality Management Seminar
- HADM 6100 - MMH Distinguished Lectures (DDLS)
- HADM 4175 - Career Planning in the Hospitality Industry
- HADM 6175 - Career Planning for the Hospitality Industry
- Ph D, Boston College, Carroll School of Management
- MPS, Cornell University, School of Hotel Administration
- BS, Fairfield University, Accounting School of Business