Fellow of the British Academy of Management
Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public relations, Outsourcing, Management, Knowledge process outsourcing and Knowledge management. His research integrates issues of Qualitative research, Corporate governance, Politics and Public administration in his study of Public relations. His Outsourcing research incorporates elements of Public sector, Economies of scale and Service.
The various areas that Andrew Kakabadse examines in his Management study include Social dynamics and Process management. He combines subjects such as Transactional leadership, Staff augmentation, Transaction cost and Paradigm shift with his study of Knowledge process outsourcing. His work deals with themes such as General partnership and Human resources, which intersect with Marketing.
His primary areas of study are Public relations, Corporate governance, Management, Politics and Accounting. His research ties Discretion and Public relations together. Andrew Kakabadse interconnects Stakeholder, Corporation, Globalization and Value in the investigation of issues within Corporate governance.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Top management and Process management. As part of the same scientific family, Andrew Kakabadse usually focuses on Politics, concentrating on Public administration and intersecting with Democracy and Government. Andrew Kakabadse has researched Shared leadership in several fields, including Servant leadership and Leadership.
Andrew Kakabadse mostly deals with Corporate governance, Public relations, Public administration, Gender diversity and Politics. His Corporate governance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Empirical evidence, Stock exchange, Stakeholder and Value. His Corporate social responsibility study, which is part of a larger body of work in Public relations, is frequently linked to Typology, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Andrew Kakabadse has researched Public administration in several fields, including Government, Collaborative governance and State. The concepts of his Politics study are interwoven with issues in Economic Justice, Economic history, Skepticism and Political economy. His Publication research incorporates themes from Knowledge process outsourcing, Outsourcing, Organizational change and Knowledge management.
His primary scientific interests are in Corporate governance, Public relations, Politics, Public administration and Qualitative research. To a larger extent, Andrew Kakabadse studies Management with the aim of understanding Corporate governance. His Corporate social responsibility study in the realm of Public relations interacts with subjects such as Complex problems.
Andrew Kakabadse interconnects Publication and Economic history in the investigation of issues within Politics. While the research belongs to areas of Public administration, Andrew Kakabadse spends his time largely on the problem of Realism, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Function. In his study, Diversity is strongly linked to Marketing, which falls under the umbrella field of Qualitative research.
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Trends in Outsourcing
Andrew Kakabadse;Nada Kakabadse.
European Management Journal (2002)
REVIEWING THE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT LITERATURE: TOWARDS A TAXONOMY
Nada K. Kakabadse;Andrew Kakabadse;Alexander Kouzmin.
Journal of Knowledge Management (2003)
Critical review – Outsourcing: a paradigm shift
Nada Kakabadse;Andrew Kakabadse.
Journal of Management Development (2000)
Spirituality and leadership praxis
Nada Korac‐Kakabadse;Alexander Kouzmin;Andrew Kakabadse.
Journal of Managerial Psychology (2002)
Outsourcing: Current and future trends
Andrew Kakabadse;Nada Kakabadse.
Thunderbird International Business Review (2005)
From Tacit Knowledge to Knowledge Management: Leveraging Invisible Assets
Nada K. Kakabadse;Alexander Kouzmin;Andrew Kakabadse.
Knowledge and Process Management (2001)
Reinventing the Democratic Governance Project through Information Technology? A Growing Agenda for Debate
Andrew P Kakabadse;Nada K Kakabadse;Alexander Kouzmin.
Public Administration Review (2003)
IS/IT governance: need for an integrated model
Nada Korac‐Kakabadse;Andrew Kakabadse.
Corporate Governance (2001)
Essence of Leadership
Andrew P. Kakabadse;Nada Kakabadse.
Gender diversity and board performance: women's experiences and perspectives
Nada K. Kakabadse;Catarina Figueira;Katerina Nicolopoulou;Jessica Hong Yang.
Human Resource Management (2015)
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