Office Q239, Dublin City University Business School, Dublin 9.
Research interests: Human Resource Management, Knowledge Management, Organisational Learning, Organisational Social Capital and Social Networks
Angelos joined CISC as a PhD student in the High Performance Systems group in November 2002, working with Prof Kathy Monks at Dublin City University Business School. His studies are mainly funded by a scholarship from DCU, and he is part funded by CISC. He holds a BSc in International and European Economic Studies from the Athens University of Economics and Business, and also an MSc in Human Resource Management from Cardiff University Business School. His doctorate project explores the strategic role of human resource management practices in knowledge sharing within knowledge intensive firms. It particularly focuses on the social architecture of knowledge management by examining the significance of social relations in influencing knowledge transfer and organisational learning. Angelos is a member of the Academy of Management and of the Irish Academy of Management.
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Publications, presentations etc.:
Alexopoulos, A., 2007 Human resource Development in a Knowledge Economy by R. Harrisson & J. Kessels, Personnel Review 36 (1) 155 -158
Alexopoulos, A. An Empirical Test of the Impact of Social Capital on Interpersonal Knowledge Transfer. The 8th Annual Conference of the Irish Academy of Management, 7th-9th September 2005 Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Galway, Ireland. Conference Proceedings.
Alexopoulous, A.,& Monks, K., "A Social Capital Perspective on the Role of Human Resources Practices in Intra-Organisational Knowledge Sharing", 5th International Conference on Human Resource Development (HRD) Research and Practice across Europe, University of Limerick, Ireland, 27th - 28th May 2004.
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