Konstantina is a Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management at LJMU. Since January 2021, she is the Level 6 Manager, a role that combines typical Level Tutor responsibilities as well as elements of the LJMU Programme Manager role, and currently leads L6 modules. Prior to working at LJMU, she was a Lecturer in Business Management at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Her first degree was in Marketing in the Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece. She studied for a MSc in Finance and Financial Information Systems at the University of Greenwich. Konstantina was awarded a PhD in Corporate Social Responsibility in 2015 at Manchester Metropolitan University. She recently completed a MA in Higher Education.
Konstantina’s research interests revolve around social responsibility, sustainable business models and, responsible management education. She is currently working on a research paper that acknowledges the role and significance of power dynamics in collaborative cross-sector business models for sustainability. She is also co-authoring a book chapter in transformative learning a transformative communities. Konstantina is particularly interested in understanding the role of universities in the recovery of the society in and post the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak.
Konstantina is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy since 2017. She is an external examiner for the University of Wolverhampton and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. She has experience of reviewing articles for academic journals and grant applications. Konstantina acted as the chair of the British Academy of Management (BAM) Sustainable and Responsible Business Special Interest Group.
Konstantina is interested in supervising PhD topics that relate to her research and teaching interests.
Greek, Modern (1453-)
2015, Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom, PhD in Corporate Social Responsibility
Senior Lecturer in Strategic Management, Business & Management, Liverpool John Moores University, 2020 - present
Lecturer, Strategy, Enterprise & Sustainability, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2016 - 2020
Associate Lecturer, Management, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2013 - 2016
Ma in Higher Education, United Kingdom, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2017 - 2022
MSc Finance & Financial Information Systems, United Kingdom, University of Greenwich, 2010 - 2011
Skritsovali K. Is there space for CSR practise in neoliberal ideological frames? CR-SD Symposium 2017
Skritsovali K, Hines A. Reflections on the shared value creation role of CSR British Academy of Management 2015
Randles S, Wadham H, Skritsovali K, Hart C, Hoque S, Kettleborough H, Klapper R, Marron R, Taylor D, Walley L. Leveraging hope & experience: Towards an integrated model of transformative learning, community and leadership for sustainability action and change Purcell W, Haddock-Fraser J. The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sustainability in Higher Education Bloomsbury. London
Research Grants Awarded:
LJMU Learning & Teaching Enhancement Funds, Introduction of the scenario exploration system in the teaching curriculum, Grant value (£): 7000, Duration of research project: 1. 2021
External Examiner, University of Wales Trinity Saint David. 2021
Sustainable and Responsible Business track, British Academy of Management, British Academy of Management., Co-Chair. 2015
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Advance HE. 2017