Dr. Konstantinos Samiotis is an Affiliated Professor of Management Science and Technology at Alba Graduate School of Business as well as the Academic Director of the Alba Online Programs since 2021. Dr. Konstantinos Samiotis is known for his knowledge, commitment and enthusiasm for the online business & management education and learning. He has taken various academic and professional roles in renowned international academic environments (Laureate International Education, IMD Business School, University of Law Business School, University of Liverpool, Anglia Ruskin University, The Open University, Aston Business School, etc.) which have enabled him to understand higher education dynamics and their digital transformation in modern times. He has worked for the development of learning models that take advantage of online technologies while meeting the needs of online students. His work concentrates on new strategies to address the boundaries of online enablements through the lens of technology-minded leaning audiences but also the contemporary learning management technological artifacts. During his academic employments Konstantinos has managed programmes, led and taught modules as well as supervised students’ work which spanned several business disciplines i.e. Organizational development, Project Management, Strategic Human Resources Management, Information Systems and Strategic Management of IT (MIS), Innovation and Change, Knowledge Management, E-Business, etc. Konstantinos also undertook extensive professional work on innovation and competitiveness by coordinating public funding mechanisms for strategic technological investments and reforms in the private sector. Lastly, he worked for several years in large research and technology development (RTD) projects (EU FP7, Horizon2020) both as researcher and project manager which enhanced his networking portfolio with partnerships from academic, technological and policy-making organizations across the globe.
Samiotis, K., Stojanovic, N, & Ntioudis, S. (2014). Knowledge Management for Public Administrations: Technical Realizations of an Enterprise Attention Management System. The Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management Volume 12, Issue 3 (pp195-205) available online at www.ejkm.com
Brachos, D., Kafentzis, K., Samiotis, K., Bothos, E. (2009). Enhancing innovation: the role of idea markets in evaluating ideas. Int. J. of Sustainable Strategic Management Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 434-450.
Samiotis, K., Poulymenakou, A. & Doukidis, G. (2003). Understanding Knowledge Management Interventions: Evidence from supporting (e-)BANKING activities. Knowledge and Process Management: Journal of Corporate Transformation - Special Issue: Knowledge Management Systems: Technological and Organizational Issues Vol. 10, No. 3, July/September 2003, pp. 175-182.
Samiotis, K., Poulymenakou, A. (2002). Knowledge Managements in e-Banking: A Competence-based Perspective. Journal of Computer Information Systems vol. XXXXII, No. 5, Special Issue, pp. 102-109.
Samiotis, K. & Stojanovic, N, (2010). Knowledge management as an enabler for decision making in Public Administrations: Contributing to the semantic empowerment of e-Government infrastructures. In Vitvar, T., Peristeras, V., & Tarabanis, K. (Eds.), Semantic Technologies for E-Government. Springer pp. 237-260.
Samiotis, K., Papargyris, A., Poulymenakou, A., Zaharias, P. & Giaglis, G.M. (2005). Knowledge Processes Embedded in Task Structures: Design of a Technical and Organizational Solution. In Kouzelis, G., Pournari, M., Stoppler, M. & Tselfes, V. (Eds.), Knowledge in the New Technologies. Peter Lang, Frakfurt am Main pp. 113-124.