Core Faculty

Dionysis Dionysiou

Academic Director of the MSc in Strategic Human Resources Management Associate Professor of Organization and Management B.Sc. (Honors) Hellenic Military Academy; B.Sc., University of Athens; MBA (Honors), ALBA Graduate Business School; Ph.D. University of Stratchlyde

Dr Dionysiou teaches courses in the areas of organizational behavior and organizational Change. His research interests focus on processes of organizing and sensemaking, organizational routines, organizational change and adaptation, and the management of organizations operating in high-velocity, uncertain environments. His research has been presented in international academic conferences, among which, the Academy of Management (AoM) and the Group for Organization Studies (EGOS) and published in international outlets such as, the Academy of Management Review, Information Technology & People, The Sage Handbook of Process Organization Studies, and The Cambridge Handbook of Routine Dynamics. Dionysis has significant professional experience in defense logistics and he was representative of the Hellenic Army in several NATO cooperative logistics partnerships. He has delivered executive seminars to Greek and multinational companies and advised several companies in the areas of organizational structure, cultural assessment, change management, and managing people. He is the academic supervisor of the Great Place to Work® competition in Greece.

Contact Details

TEL.: (+30) 210-896 4531-8 Fax : (+30) 210-896 4737 E mail : [email protected]


Dionysiou, D. D. 2016. Symbolic Interactionism. In Langley, A., & Tsoukas, H. (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Process Organization Studies. London: Sage Publications Ltd (forthcoming)

Mainemelis, C., & Dionysiou, D. D. 2015. Play, flow, and timeliness. 2015. In Shalley, C., Hitt, M. & Zhou, J. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship: Multilevel Linkages: 121-140, NY: Oxford University Press.

Dionysiou, D. D., & Tsoukas, H. 2013. Understanding the (re)creation of routines from within: a symbolic interactionist perspective, Academy of Management Review, 38: 181-205.

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