Assistant Professor in Information Systems
Diploma (National Technical University of Athens), MSc (Utrecht University), PhD (VU University Amsterdam)
My research interests include how organisations manage the challenges associated with digital transformation, the impact of algorithmic technologies including artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics on the nature of work, the impact of the quantification and datafication of work on management and organising, and how workers collaborate across knowledge boundaries.
I’m a member of the Organisational Theory and Information Systems subject group at Cambridge Judge Business School, which is engaged with cross-disciplinary themes including leadership.
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Cambridge Judge Business School welcomed the Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum to prepare them for the post-pandemic world.
For years, flexible working had been hailed as a potential solution to closing the gender gap, providing women with more opportunities to stay in work and progress their careers while still managing a family.
Cambridge Independent | 30 June 2021
A recent summary of Cambridge Judge Business School research include studies on AI at workplace by Dr Stella Pachidi, privatisation and efficiency by Dr Kamal Munir, the concept of craft by Dr Jochem Kroezen, predicting energy use by Dr David Reiner, and staggered boards by Dr Oğuzhan Karakaş.
Dr Stella Pachidi, University Lecturer in Information Systems at Cambridge Judge Business School, is named by publication Poets & Quants to its 40 Under 40 list of talented young professors teaching in MBA programmes around the world. Stella teaches the Digital Business core course on the Cambridge MBA curriculum.
Experts from the University of Cambridge discuss how AI and automation will affect our work. Dr Stella Pachidi, University Lecturer in Information Systems at Cambridge Judge Business School, thinks that changes in work are happening as a result of “algorithmication” of the knowledge economy. “Organisations are attracted to using algorithms because they want to make choices based on what they consider is ‘perfect information’, as well as to reduce costs and enhance productivity,” says Stella.
Cambridge Independent, 16 November 2017
Staff more likely to back AI: ‘It’s not just a playground’