Diploma (National Technical University of Athens), MSc (Utrecht University), PhD (VU University Amsterdam)
How analytics and big data are challenging established ways of knowing and acting in organisations; how knowledge is transferred across boundaries, among people with different epistemologies; the performativity of transparency afforded by digital technologies; the ceremonial practices that help institutionalise and maintain the use of big data and analytics practices at the micro (organisational) level.
Dr Stella Pachidi is a Lecturer in Information Systems at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School. Her research interests lie in the intersection of technology, work and organising. Currently, her research projects include the introduction of algorithmic technologies such as analytics and artificial intelligence in organisations; managing challenges in the workplace with digitisation; and practices of knowledge collaboration across boundaries. She holds a PhD in Business Administration from VU University Amsterdam, a MSc in Business Informatics from Utrecht University, and a MSc in Electrical and Computer Engineering from National Technical University of Athens.
Awards & honours
Cambridge Judge Business School Teaching Award, 2017