Professor Sanjeev Gupta


I am a part-time Lecturer (HPL) at Kingston Business School. As part of this, I lecture a wide variety of students in Project Management, Operations Management, Health Services Marketing, Information for Health, and a variety of other subjects as required.

I am an alumnus of KBS (my MBA was completed here in 2011), and I immediately began lecturing following this.

In my main roles outside of the University, I am the Managing Director of two companies (a management consultancy and a research organisation), and a Professor at another business school. I also am the Chair of a couple of organisations and work for the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) on the Education and Digital Skills Panel, and the IT Policy Panel. 

Prior to these roles, I have been a CIO in the NHS, a CTO for a FTSE 250 company and have worked across the globe in many management and technology roles. 

My experience in strategy, operations, management, technology and research all allow me to bring real-life examples to the classroom, which helps engage all students. 

In my other professional life, I am passionate about change management, especially in the healthcare and education sectors, where we service a number of clients. 

Academic responsibilities



  • Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • BSc Information Management with Accounting
  • Chartered IT Professional (CITP)
  • Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS)
  • Member of the Institute of Directors (MIoD)
  • Member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (MIET)

Teaching and learning

I currently teach a number of subject areas including:

  • Leadership in Health
  • Project Management
  • Operations Management
  • Change Management
  • Public Sector Management and Leadership


Currently publishing papers through Nebula Research (, I am the author of several papers. All papers can be found on my academia page, or via Nebula Research. 

Areas of specialism

  • Healthcare
  • Public Sector Strategy
  • Public Sector Change
  • Technology
  • Education

Scholarly affiliations

  • Apsley Business School

Social media

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