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Dr Petros Chamakiotis (BSc, MSc, PhD, FHEA) is an Associate Professor of Management at ESCP Business School (Madrid Campus), the Chair of the IFIP WG 9.5 'Our Digital Lives', and a Visiting Senior Lecturer at the University of Sussex Business School where he is affiliated with the DigIT Research Centre. Petros was earlier in the UK where he earned his PhD from the University of Bath with the support of a scholarship from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), and subsequently held positions at Royal Holloway, University of London (2013-2015) and the University of Sussex (2015-2019). He obtained Fellowship status of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) in 2016 and tenure in 2017. Petros has also held visiting teaching positions at Birkbeck, University of London (2015) and the University of Valencia (2016-2018).

He specializes in the management of connectivity and the emergence of new ways of (digital) work (e.g. virtual teams, online communities) with an emphasis on how technology influences individuals, teams, organizations, and societies. Currently, he (w/ colleagues) is conducting a longitudinal study with MedicineAfrica, exploring the social value of digital platforms. Funded by prestigious bodies (e.g. The British Academy, EPSRC), his research has appeared in the following journals: Organizational Research Methods; New Technology, Work & Employment; Information Technology & People; International Journal of Information Management; and Creativity & Innovation Management.

Insofar as service to the community and business engagement are concerned, he organizes tracks at international conferences, he reviews for Information Systems Journal and Information Technology & People (among several other journals and conferences), and he maintains strong links with the practitioner community, e.g. through workshops, speeches/panels at practitioner events and other forms of (often online) research dissemination activities. Some recent examples include: (a) a creative brochure summarizing his work (w/ colleagues) with MedicineAfrica, a digital platform offering health education online in post-conflict states; and (b) a podcast interview on technological developments in the workplace as part of the #YBOTBPodcast series.

Petros holds Greek and British citizenship, speaks English, Greek and Spanish fluently (C2), and has an intermediate knowledge of German (B1).

 

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15 publications

Journal Article

2020

CHAMAKIOTIS, P., A.BOUKIS, N.PANTELI, T.PAPADOPOULOS

The role of temporal coordination for the fuzzy front-end of innovation in virtual teams

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, 50, 182-190

Chapter

2020

ABUBOTAIN, F., P.CHAMAKIOTIS

FinTech in the Saudi context: Implications for the industry and skills development

In: Advanced MIS and Digital Transformation for Increased Creativity and Innovation in Business, Gülay Ekren, Alptekin Erkollar and Birgit Oberer (Eds.) IGI Global, 188-208

Chapter

2019

SELF, L., P.CHAMAKIOTIS

Understanding cloud computing in a higher education context

In: Advanced Methodologies and Technologies in Network Architecture, Mobile Computing, and Data Analytics, M. Khosrow-Pour (Eds.) IGI Global, 261-273

Journal Article

2018

WHITING, R., G.SYMON, H.ROBY, P.CHAMAKIOTIS

Who’s behind the Lens? A reflexive analysis of roles in participatory video research

ORGANIZATIONAL RESEARCH METHODS, 21(2), 316-340

Chapter

2018

WHITING, R., H.ROBY, G.SYMON, P.CHAMAKIOTIS

Participant-led video diaries

In: Unconventional Methodology in Organization and Management Research, A. Bryman and D.A. Buchanan (Eds.) Oxford University Press, 190-210

Chapter

2018

SÁNCHEZ, J., A.ZORNOZA, V.ORENGO, V.PEÑARROJA, P.CHAMAKIOTIS

Team feedback intervention and team learning in virtual teams: A moderated mediation model of team cohesion and personality

In: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, D. Kreps, C. Ess, L. Leenen and K. Kimppa (Eds.) Springer, 136-148

Chapter

2018

SELF, L., P.CHAMAKIOTIS

Understanding cloud computing in a higher education context

In: Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (4th Edition), M. Khosrow-Pour (Eds.) IGI Global, 1153-1163

Journal Article

2017

CHAMAKIOTIS, P., N.PANTELI

Leading the creative process: The case of virtual product design

NEW TECHNOLOGY, WORK AND EMPLOYMENT, 32(1), 28-42

Chapter

2017

TOMASIAK, M. A., P.CHAMAKIOTIS

Understanding diversity in virtual work environments: A comparative case study

In: Handbook of Research on Industrial and Organizational Psychology in the Modern Workforce, B. Christiansen and H.C. Chandan (Eds.) IGI Global, 283-307

Chapter

2017

CHAMAKIOTIS, P., Z.KHAN

Leading for team adaptation in global virtual teams

In: Encyclopedia of Strategic Leadership and Management, V.C.X. Wang (Eds.) IGI Global, 941-952