• Département Entrepreneuriat, Stratégie & Innovation

Teaching Domains

Sociologie des organisations
coaching for consulting projects

Research Domains

Théorie des organisations
Stratégie et management international

Curriculum vitae

PhD, Strategic Management
Open University Business School, Royaume Uni (2015)

Front-line Managers' Strategizing: A Case Study of a High-Street Optical Retailer

PGCert (Academic Practices)
Open University Business School, Royaume Uni (2014)

MRes in Management & Business
Open University Business School, Royaume Uni (2010)

Master in Business Administration
Huddersfield University, Royaume Uni (2006)

Bachelor, Sciences de Gestion, Economie
Alep University, Syrie (2002)

Opticianry/Ophthalmic Dispensing Optician
Institute for Health Education, Syrie (1998)



ELBASHA, T., BARUCH, Y. (2022) . Becoming top global chef: What does it take to become a highly successful entrepreneurial careerist?, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 34 (7), 2559-2578


ELBASHA, T., AVETISYAN, E. (2018) . A framework to study strategizing activities at the field level: The example of CSR rating agencies, European Management Journal, 39 (1), 38-46


ELBASHA, T., WRIGHT, A. (2017) . Reconciling Structure and Agency in Strategy-As-Practice Research: Towards A Strong Structuration Theory Approach, M@n@gement, 20 (2), 107-128

ELBASHA, T., THOMAS, L. (2022). Chapter6: Strong Structuration Theory: an introduction and potentials. dans N. A. Thompson; O. Byrne; A. Jenkins & B. T. Teague (Ed.), Research Handbook on Entrepreneurship as Practice (pp. 108–126). Edward Elgar Publishing.

ELBASHA, T., THOMAS, L. (2021). Strong Structuration Theory: An Introduction and Potentials. dans Research Handbook on Entrepreneurship as Practice, Research Handbooks in BUsiness and Management Series (Eds.). Edward Elgar Publishing.

ELBASHA, T., BARUCH, Y. (2019). Becoming Top Global Chef: What does it take to Become a Successful Entrepreneur., BAM (british academy of management).

ELBASHA, T. (2018). Strategy creative consumption by front-line managers: a rebellious hidden transcript., EURAM (European academy of management).

WRIGHT, A., & ELBASHA, T. (2016). The Four-Dimension Analysis Model: Structure and agency made meaningful., Academy of Management (AOM).

ELBASHA, T., AVETISYAN, E. (2015). On Combining Strategy-as-Practice and Neo-Institutional theory: A Framework to studying strategizing activities at the field level., 31th EGOS Colloquium.

ELBASHA, T., & WRIGHT, A. (2015). Front-Line Managers as Strategists: A Strong Structuration Inquiry., Academy Of Management Annual Meeting.

ELBASHA, T., AVETISYAN, E. (2014). Studying strategizing activities at the field’s level, the case of ESG rating agencies., 74th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management.

ELBASHA, T., & BEST, K. (2013). Strategizing everyday: Using ethnography to unpack the role of front line workers in the strategic process., 8th Annual Liverpool Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences.

ELBASHA, T., & BEST, K. (2013). Advancing SaP research: the use of ethno-methods to study., 27th Annual British Academy of Management Conference.


BARDON, T., & ELBASHA, T. (2019). Opinion | Le Grand débat national : une affaire de management ?. Les echos.fr.

ELBASHA, T. (2017). Thinking space: the MBA's latest frontier?. Ambition, Business School Leaders' Special Edition, pp. 30-33.

, & ELBASHA, T. (2013). Strategy for novice retail managers. The Smart Manager.

Scientific activities

Reviewer revue académique

Human Relations


Journal of Strategy and Management (2015)

Journal of World Business (2015)

Long Range Planning (2015)

Awards and Honors

  • Curricular Space: Developing learners' self-regulated thinking abilities through innovative curriculum design , 2020-2024
  • Giving students thinking-space: rethinking curriculum design. , 2017