Dr Kostas Amiridis
Organisation Work and TechnologyCharles Carter Building
OWT.100 Management and Organisations I (Technology and Organisation)
OWT.101 Management and Organisations II (Technology and Organisation)
OWT.223 Human Resourse I
OWT.224 Human Resource II
OWT.229 Business Ethics: contempory issues in management
OWT.250 Research@Work: Placement and Dissertation Preparation
MNGT321 Management in the 21st Century
ITO.010 Skills Development: Negotiation, Arguementation and Presentation
Business ethics and the wider ethos of management. The historical development of managerial thinking. Human Resource Management and the role and importance of the self as the central locus or governance. Different pedagogical approaches concerning management education. The historical development of our understanding of work and organising.
- In pursuit of the ambidextrous graduate: potentiality between exploration and expolitation
Costea, B., Amiridis, K. & Crump, N. 2012 In: Managing ‘Human Resources’ by Exploiting and Exploring People’s Potentials. Holmqvist, M. & Spicer, A. (eds.). Emerald p. 53-74. 22 p. (Research in the Sociology of Organizations).
- Graduate employability and the principle of potentiality: an aspect of the ethics of HRM
Costea, B., Amiridis, K. & Crump, N. 11/2012 In: Journal of Business Ethics. 111, 1, p. 25-36. 12 p.
- The Movement of Nihilism: Heidegger's Thinking After Nietzsche
Hemming, L P., Costea, B. & Amiridis, K. 2011 London : Continuum International Publishing Group.
- The movement of nihilism as self-assertion
Costea, B. & Amiridis, K. 2011 In: The Movement of Nihilism: Heidegger's Thinking After Nietzsche. London : Continuum International Publishing Group p. 8-24. 17 p.
- Managerialism, the therapeutic habitus and the self in contemporary organising.
Costea, B., Crump, N. & Amiridis, K. 2008 In: Human Relations. 61, 5, p. 661-685. 25 p.