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Professor Panayotis Zamaros, PhD, is an experienced educator, having taught business administration for more than 30 years to master's and bachelor's students at Swiss universities, business and hotel schools. He has been on the faculty list of notable institutions that include University IFM, Pepperdine University, MSB, SIU-ACS, SHMS and EHV-Vatel. Additionally, he has supervised masters and doctoral research at ECMU, in the capacity of Research Dean, AGSB and SZABIST as well as acted as PhD external examiner at Capital University, Qurtuba University, and Riphah University.
He is also an experienced administrator, consultant and former MD of a hotel school, who has been professionally involved for more than 20 years with the business side of educational organizations especially strategic management, human resource management and development, marketing, advertising, events management. He is currently Academic Counselor at University IFM. His greatest contribution has been in venture creation management, legal practice, and quality assurance through ISO certifications, validations and accreditations with CECI, ACBSB, IACBE, EduQua.
Next to this remarkable academic and professional career, Professor Zamaros has been involved with probono legal practice since the early 1990s.
Professor Zamaros holds a B.Sc. Honors in Social Sciences (economics, politics-international relations, and critical sociology) and an M.A. in Education (management and leadership) from The Open University. He has earned a Ph.D. from Fairfax University in submitting a dissertation on organizational behavior and management and multidisciplinary philosophy. Recently he was awarded an MPhil.
Professor Zamaros is patron of the International Journal of Organizational Behavior and Management Perspectives published by Pezzottaite Journals, ACBSP qualified evaluator, and Member of the Academic Board of CMU Business Research Institute
Having published Demythifying Management among Others (2003), From Apousia to Apousia: Difference (2007), Organizational Behavioral Studies: The Relational Approach (2011), The Faces of Parmenidis (2011), Myths as Logical Descriptions of Experience (2012), he has written numerous book reviews on amazon.com, and endless course notes and workbooks for his students.
Relational Organisational Behavior Studies: A Course & Toolkit
Prof Panayotis Zamaros PhD
This work, in its second edition, is the extension of a previous publication (Zamaros, 2011) as the culmination of a thought and observational process that spanned over the past 20 years. This process has generated a neat framework that is cross-disciplinary integrating social and cultural studies, linguistics, organizational psychology, eco-nomics, critical sociology and philosophy under one approach, The Relational Approach. It is an approach for understanding the relations between any organization and its stakeholders and not just its elements as typical organizational studies tend to do. As an approach then it is more than an academic account of these relations; it is a modus vivendi, a prerequisite to management, and a modus operendi, a practical toolkit for managers and graduate students to use in their own professional context.
- Publication Date:
- 1976071607 / 9781976071607
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 8.5" x 11"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Organizational Behavior