Thanks to generous funding from the Templeton Education and Charity Trust (TECT), GTC is able to offer Junior Research Fellowships in the broad area of Management Studies.
DPhil (Oxon), MSc (Oxon), MBA (Oxon), BSc (Athens University of Economics and Business)
Andromachi Athanasopoulou's areas of expertise are organisational behaviour, corporate social responsibility and qualitative research methods.
In her doctoral thesis, Andromachi examined through qualitative, case study research how managers in multinational organisations make sense of corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Between 2008 and 2011, Andromachi has been involved in several research projects led by GTC Fellow Professor Sue Dopson in the areas of healthcare management, action learning and leadership performance as well as an extensive literature review on executive coaching as input into the Oxford Coaching Community. The work on executive coaching is currently being developed into academic publications. Parallel to her doctoral studies, Andromachi has contributed as a teaching and research assistant for the Oxford Scenarios Programme led by Professor Rafael Ramirez, and the 2005 Oxford Futures Forum at Green Templeton College.
Andromachi has an undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Athens University of Economics and Business and an MBA, MSc in Management Research and DPhil in Management Studies from Saïd Business School.