Digital Business and Value Chain
Supply Chain Management
Production and Operations management
Management Information Systems
Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, Sciences de Gestion, Supply Chain
Université Savoie-Mont Blanc, France (2015)
Un Paradigme Holistique de la Gestion de la Supply Chain: Synthèse, Synergie et Synchronisation
Postgraduate Certificate In Teaching For Academic Practice
University of Warwick, Great Britain (2008)
Ph.D. in Industrial and Business Studies
University of Warwick, Great Britain (2004)
The role of purchasing in the management and performance of supplier relationships: An empirical investigation in service organisations
M.SC. in Engineering Business Management
University of Warwick, Great Britain (1996)
Dipl. Ing (BSc/MSc) in Mechanical Engineering
Patras University, Greece (1995)
Head of the Supply Chain Management specialisation
Audencia Business School, France, 2016 - 2017
Research team member, Business & Society Department
Audencia Business School, France, Since 2016
University of Sussex, Great Britain, 2014 - 2017
Warwick Business School, Great Britain, 2005 - 2012
Middlesex University Business School, Great Britain, 2003 - 2005
Brighton Business School, Great Britain, 2001 - 2003
Other professional experience
Chief Supervising Engineer
TEKEM Ltd,Greece, 1998 - 1999
Texas Christian University, 2017
Mays Business School, United States of America, 2017
Virginia Commonwealth University, United States of America, 2017
University of Cyprus, Greece, 2010
University of San Diego, United States of America, 2010
GIANNAKIS, M., DORAN, D., MEE, D., PAPADOPOULOS, T., DUBEY, R. (2018) . The design and delivery of modular legal services: implications for supply chain strategy, International Journal of Production Research
RAMESHWAR, D., GUNASEKARAN, A., CHILDE, S., PAPADOPOULOS, T., GIANNAKIS, M., HAZEN, B., ROUBAUD, D. (2017) . Examining the effect of external pressures and organizational culture on shaping performance measurement systems (PMS) for sustainability benchmarking: Some empirical findings, International Journal of Production Economics, 193 63-76
ZHANG, W., JU, Y., LIU, X., GIANNAKIS, M. (2017) . A mathematical programming-based method for heterogeneous multicriteria group decision analysis with aspirations and incomplete preference information, Computers and Industrial Engineering, 113 541-557
GIANNAKIS, M., BULLIVANT, N. (2016) . The Massification of Higher Education in the UK: Aspects of Service Quality, Journal of Further and Higher Education., 40 (5), 630-648
GIANNAKIS, M., PAPADOPOULOS, T. (2016) . Supply Chain Sustainability: A Risk Management Approach, International Journal of Production Economics, 171 (4), 455–470
GIANNAKIS, M., LOUIS, M. (2016) . A Multi-Agent Based System with Big Data Processing for Enhanced Supply Chain Agility, Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 29 (5), 706 - 727
GIANNAKIS, M., BOUKA, M. (2015) . A Trade-off Optimisation Model for Container Fulfillment, Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, 16 (1), 46-63
JOHNSEN, T., GIANNAKIS, M., MIEMCZYK, J., KAMANN, D., BERNARDIN, E. (2014) . Purchasing & supply management for a sustainable world: Introduction to the IPSERA 2013 conference special issue, Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management, 20 (2), 71-73
GIANNAKIS, M. (2012) . The contribution of purchasing to the management of supplier relationships: the mediating role of asset specificity and criticality of the exchanged offerings, International Journal of Integrated Supply Management, 7 (1-2-3), 80-113
GIANNAKIS, M., DORAN, D., CHEN, S. (2012) . The Chinese paradigm of global supplier relationships: Social control, formal interactions and the mediating role of culture, Industrial Marketing Management, 41 (5), 831-840
GIANNAKIS, M. (2018). Supply Chain Management: A holistic Perspective. Routledge.
GIANNAKIS, M., CROOM, S., & SLACK, N. (2004). Supply Chain Paradigms. In New, S. and Westbrook, R. (Eds.), Supply Chains: Concepts, Critique and Futures (pp. 1-22). Oxford University Press.
GIANNAKIS, M., & ROMANO, P. (2003). Supply Chain Management: An Analytical Framework for Critical Literature Review. In Lewis, M. & Slack, N. (Eds.), Operations Management: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. Routledge.
GIANNAKIS, M. (2018). Supply Chain Financing through Blockchain Technology., Production and Operations Management Society.
GIANNAKIS, M., PICAUD, K., JOHNSEN, T., & CALVI, R. (2018). Exploring Early Purchasing Involvement in Discontinuous Innovation., 27th IPSERA Conference.
GIANNAKIS, M., BONOMI BOSEGGIA, G., & MORETTO, A. (2018). Credit Rating of Small and Medium Enterprises based on Supply Chain Creditworthiness., 9th European Decision Sciences Institute.
GIANNAKIS, M., SPANAKI, K., & FAKHIMI, M. (2017). Investigating the effects of Cloud Manufacturing on Supply Chain Responsiveness., 24th International EUROMA conference.
GIANNAKIS, M., & SADERUDDIN, N. (2017). Capturing the value of big data for supply chain performance: the moderating effect of IT dynamic capabilities., Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
GIANNAKIS, M., & KUANG, S. (2017). The impact of additive manufacturing on supply chain sustainability., Production and Operations Management Society.
WASCHE, H., GERKE, A., & GIANNAKIS, M. (2017). The Network Structure of Innovation – Insights from a Sport Innovation Incubator., 24th European Association for Sport Management (EASM) Conference.
PICAUD, K., & GIANNAKIS, M. (2016). Early purchasing involvement in new product development characterized by discontinuous innovations: a case study approach., EURAM 2016.
GIANNAKIS, M. (2016). An Analytical Network Process Method for sustainable supply chain performance evaluation., DSI 2916 Annual Meeting.
GIANNAKIS, M., MEE, D., & DORAN, D. (2015). The Design and Delivery of Modular Professional Services: Implications for Supply Chain Strategy., 6th International Seminar on Service Modularity: Architectures, Platforms and Interfaces.
GIANNAKIS, M. (2015). An Analytical Hierarchy Model for sustainable supplier evaluation., 23rd ICPR conference.
GIANNAKIS, M. (2015). Sustainable Supply Chain Performance Evaluation: A Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis Approach., 24th International IPSERA conference.
GIANNAKIS, M., DORAN, D., & DARREN, M. (2015). The design and delivery of modular professional services: implications for operations strategy., EUROMA 2015 International Conference.
GIANNAKIS, M. (2015). An Analytical Network Model for sustainable performance evaluation., EUROMA 2016 International Conference.
GIANNAKIS, M., DORAN, D., & ROYSTON, M. (2014). Conflict in collaborations: in ‘defence’ of outsourcing., 21ST EurOMA Conference.
GIANNAKIS, M., & NOCERA, G. (2014). Collective Supply Chain Responsibility: The effect of suppliers’ sustainability behaviour on firm’s Shareholder Value., 23rd Annual IPSERA Conference.
GIANNAKIS, M., & WU, S. W. (2014). A Conceptual Model for Cloud-based System in Improving Supply Chain Responsiveness., 28th Annual BAM Conference.
GIANNAKIS, M. (2014). The Design and Delivery of Modular Professional Services: Implications for Supply Chain Strategy., 19th International Symposium on Logistics.
GIANNAKIS, M. (2013). Risk Management in Sustainable Operations., 22nd International Conference on Production Research.
GIANNAKIS, M., COULTER, J., & BOUKA, M. (2013). Supply chain management best practices in humanitarian relief operations., 22nd IPSERA Conference.
GIANNAKIS, M., JOHNSEN, T., & MIEMCZYK, J. (2014). Réflexions sur la conférence IPSERA 2013 et l'avenir de l'approvisionnement responsable. Profession Achats, pp. 53-55.
GIANNAKIS, M. (2017). Supply Chain based creditworthiness evaluation., Decision Sciences Institute.
Member of an academic association :
Member of the scientific board :
Lineth Rodriguez Pellière : Sustainable Supply Chain management
Université de Nantes, France
2011 - 2016,
Kathia Picaud : Supplier Involvement in Discontinuous Innovation strategic alliances
Université de Nantes, France