Dimitrios is an Associate Professor of Leadership and Innovation and studies healthcare systems and organisations.
Dimitrios' core research interests are Leadership and Innovation. Within these, current themes include leadership and leadership development, innovation and strategic change, in the UK NHS and other healthcare systems (including China, Australia and US). Dimitrios is also involved in leadership research focusing on other professional services, primarily financial services in China.
His research has been published in leading academic journals including Organization Studies, Public Administration and Human Relations and is the lead editor of a 2016 Special Issue on Translational Research on the International Journal of Management Reviews.
Teaching in 2020-2021
Distance Learning MBA
Evening Executive MBA (London)
Executive MBA (London)
IB9FYL: Strategic Leadership Development
Prior to joining Warwick Business School, Dimitrios was at Henley Business School and Imperial College London. Dimitrios has taught leadership and leadership development around the globe including UK, Ireland, Finland, Denmark, South Africa, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
At Warwick Business School, Dimitrios is the Programme Director of the Executive MBA and the Executive Diploma in Strategic Leadership.
Currie, G. and Spyridonidis, D. (2019) "Sharing leadership for diffusion of innovation in professionalized settings", Human Relations, 72, 7, 1209-1233
Currie, G., Spyridonidis, D. and Kiefer, T. (2019) "From what we know to what we do : enhancing absorptive capacity in translational health research", BMJ Leader
Currie, G., Spyridonidis, D. and Oborn, E. (2019) "The influence of HR practices upon knowledge brokering in professional organizations for service improvement : addressing professional legitimacy & identity in healthcare", Human Resource Management
Spyridonidis, D. and Currie, G. (2016) "The translational role of hybrid nurse middle managers in implementing clinical guidelines : effect of, and upon, professional and managerial hierarchies", British Journal of Management, 27, 4, 760-777
Currie, G. and Spyridonidis, D. (2016) "Interpretation of multiple institutional logics on the ground : actors' position, their agency and situational constraints in professionalized contexts", Organization studies, 37, 1, 77-97
Spyridonidis, D., Currie, G., Heusinkveld, S., Strauss, K. and Sturdy, A. (2016) "The translation of management knowledge : challenges, contributions and new directions", International Journal of Management Reviews, 18, 3, 231-235
Spyridonidis, D., Hendy, J. and Barlow, J. (2015) "Leadership for knowledge translation : the case of CLAHRCs", Qualitative Health Research, 25, 11, 1492-1505
Renedo, A., Marston, C. A., Spyridonidis, D. and Barlow, J. (2015) "Patient and public involvement in healthcare quality improvement : how organizations can help patients and professionals to collaborate", Public Management Review, 17, 1, 17-34
Spyridonidis, D., Hendy, J. and Barlow, J. (2015) "Understanding hybrid roles : the role of identity processes amongst physicians", Public Administration, 93, 2, 395-411
Spyridonidis, D. and Calnan, M. (2014) "Are new forms of professionalism emerging in medicine? The case of the implementation of NICE guidelines", Health Sociology Review, 20, 4, 394-409
Spyridonidis, D. and Calnan, M. (2011) "Opening the black box : a study of the process of NICE guidelines implementation", Health Policy, 102, 2-3, 117-125