A presentation by Evangelos Tsioumas and Katerina Voutsina, School of Business and Economics When: Monday, November 19, 15:00–16:00 Where: 6th Level Auditorium Organized by: Faculty Research Seminars 2018-19 Series and Teaching and Learning Center Katerina Voutsina is an assistant
A presentation by
Evangelos Tsioumas and Katerina Voutsina, School of Business and Economics
When: Monday, November 19, 15:00–16:00
Where: 6th Level Auditorium
Organized by: Faculty Research Seminars 2018-19 Series and Teaching and Learning Center
Katerina Voutsina is an assistant professor and area coordinator of Entrepreneurship Management at the School of Business. She has been a member of the Deree faculty since 2013 and she teaches across the entrepreneurship curriculum. Prior to joining Deree, she was a research fellow/lecturer in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and a visiting lecturer at Warwick Business School. Her research interests focus on the cognitive, organizational and socio-economic aspects of technological innovation and entrepreneurship. In particular, new forms of organizing, strategic entrepreneurship, nascent entrepreneurship and socio-technical innovation lie at the gist of her research. Her work has been published in international referred journals and presented at international conferences. She has also served as a reviewer for scholarly journals and academic conferences.
Dr. Vangelis Tsioumas is a full-time faculty and program coordinator of shipping management at The American College of Greece – DEREE. He holds a PhD from the Department of Maritime Studies, University of Piraeus, an MSc from Imperial College, and a BSc & MSc from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). Also, he has conducted post-doctoral research at Athens University of Economics and Business (AUEB). The focus area of his research is the maritime industry and includes strategic management using analytical tools. He has presented papers at refereed conferences and published in international academic journals. Dr. Tsioumas has several years of work experience as Shipping Market Analyst and Chartering Broker. Furthermore, he has participated in various international research projects.
Presentation Description: The study aims at exploring the influence of organizational culture on the creation of strategic competitiveness in the Hellenic Navy. A series of qualitative interviews, along with a survey are being used to collect data. Implications for scholars and practitioners will be discussed.