Dr Tatiana Andreeva

School of Business

Lecturer

School of Business Building
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(01) 474 7561

Biography

Tatiana is the Lecturer in Management and Organisational Behaviour at Maynooth University School of Business. She also serves as an academic co-director of the BBS/BBA Business & Management.

Her previous academic appointment was as associate professor of HRM and Organisational Behaviour at the St.Petersburg University Graduate School of Management (Russia). She has also held international appointments including as an External Examiner at University of Auckland Business School (New Zealand) and a Visiting Professor at Lappeenranta University Business School (Finland) amongst others. Tatiana earned her PhD from St. Petersburg University Graduate School of Management, where she also obtained her MSc (International Business) and BSc (Management).

Tatiana’s current research focuses on the intersections of knowledge management, organisational behaviour and human resource management, with a specific attention to micro-foundations of organisational processes and peculiarities of the contexts in which these processes evolve. Her research has been published in journals such as Human Resource Management, Journal of Management Inquiry, Human Resource Management Journal, and Journal of Knowledge Management, amongst others. Her on-going research project on the intellectual capital elements and knowledge management practices in Russian companies has received the Emerald / Baltic Management Development Association Borderless Management Research Fund research award.  

Her teaching experience includes undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education programs in knowledge management, organisational behaviour and cross-cultural issues.

If you have interest to conduct PhD study on knowledge management, or would like to collaborate on research in the above areas, please feel free to contact Tatiana to discuss about it








Research Interests

My current research explores different aspects of managing knowledge in organisations, using quantitative and qualitative research methods. I am particularly interested in the following themes:
  • Micro-foundations of knowledge processes: why do people share, create, hide knowledge in organisations (and why they don’t)? 
  • HRM for managing knowledge: what HR practices work best for promoting and sustaining knowledge behaviours?
  • Knowledge management and strategy
  • Influence of context on knowledge processes and knowledge management practices
My research has been published in leading journals such as Human Resource ManagementHuman Resource Management Journal and Journal of Management Inquiry, amongst others. My on-going research project on the intellectual capital elements and knowledge management practices in Russian companies has received the Emerald / Baltic Management Development Association Borderless Management Research Fund research award.  

If you have interest to conduct PhD study on knowledge management, or would like to collaborate on research in the above areas, please feel free to contact me to discuss about it. 

Research Projects

  Project Role Description Start Date End Date
Intellectual capital elements and knowledge management practices in Russian companies Principal investigator 01-JAN-14 01-JUN-15

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2017 'Intellectual Capital and Its Impact on the Financial Performance of Russian Manufacturing Companies'
Andreeva T., Garanina T. (2017) 'Intellectual Capital and Its Impact on the Financial Performance of Russian Manufacturing Companies'. Foresight Russia, 11 (1):31-40 [DOI] [Details]
2017 'When the fit between HR practices backfires: Exploring the interaction effects between rewards for and appraisal of knowledge behaviours on innovation'
Andreeva, T., Vanhala, M., Sergeeva, A., Ritala, P., Kianto, A. (2017) 'When the fit between HR practices backfires: Exploring the interaction effects between rewards for and appraisal of knowledge behaviours on innovation'. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT JOURNAL (UK), 27 (2):209-227 [DOI] [Details]
2016 'The more the better … or is it? The contradictory effects of HR practices on knowledge-sharing motivation and behaviour'
Dr Tatiana Andreeva, Anastasia Sergeeva (2016) 'The more the better … or is it? The contradictory effects of HR practices on knowledge-sharing motivation and behaviour'. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT JOURNAL (UK), 26 :151-171 [DOI] [Details]
2016 'What are the sources of capability dynamism? Reconceptualizing dynamic capabilities from the perspective of organizational change'
Andreeva T.;Ritala P. (2016) 'What are the sources of capability dynamism? Reconceptualizing dynamic capabilities from the perspective of organizational change'. Baltic Journal of Management, 11 (3):238-259 [DOI] [Details]
2016 'Do all elements of intellectual capital matter for organizational performance? Evidence from Russian context'
Dr Tatiana Andreeva, Tatiana Garanina (2016) 'Do all elements of intellectual capital matter for organizational performance? Evidence from Russian context'. Journal of Intellectual Capital, 17 :397-412 [DOI] [Details]
2016 'Knowledge sharing: bringing the context back in'
Sergeeva, A., Andreeva, T. (2016) 'Knowledge sharing: bringing the context back in'. Journal of Management Inquiry, 2 [DOI] [Details]
2014 'Knowledge management practices and results in service- versus product-oriented companies'
Kianto, A., Andreeva, T. (2014) 'Knowledge management practices and results in service- versus product-oriented companies'. KNOWLEDGE AND PROCESS MANAGEMENT, 21 :221-230 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2014 'The Janus Faces of IHRM in Russian MNEs – an Institutional Perspective'
Andreeva, T., Festing M., Minbaeva D., Muratbekova-Touron, M. (2014) 'The Janus Faces of IHRM in Russian MNEs – an Institutional Perspective'. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (US), 53 :967-986 [DOI] [Details]
2013 'The impact of intellectual capital management on company competitiveness and financial performance'
Kianto, A., Andreeva, T., Pavlov, Y. (2013) 'The impact of intellectual capital management on company competitiveness and financial performance'. Knowledge Management Research and Practice, 11 :112-122 [DOI] [Details]
2012 'Does knowledge management really matter? Linking knowledge management practices, competitiveness and economic performance'
Andreeva, T., Kianto, A. (2012) 'Does knowledge management really matter? Linking knowledge management practices, competitiveness and economic performance'. JOURNAL OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, 16 :617-636 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2012 'Knowledge elicitation techniques in a knowledge management context'
Gavrilova, T., Andreeva, T. (2012) 'Knowledge elicitation techniques in a knowledge management context'. JOURNAL OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, 16 :523-537 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2011 'Applicability of the SECI model of knowledge creation in Russian cultural context: theoretical analysis'
Andreeva, T., Ikhilchik, I. (2011) 'Applicability of the SECI model of knowledge creation in Russian cultural context: theoretical analysis'. KNOWLEDGE AND PROCESS MANAGEMENT, 18 :56-66 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2011 'Knowledge processes, knowledge-intensity and innovation: a moderated mediation analysis'
Andreeva, T., Kianto, A. (2011) 'Knowledge processes, knowledge-intensity and innovation: a moderated mediation analysis'. JOURNAL OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, 15 :1016-1034 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2008 'Can organizational change be planned and controlled? Evidence from Russian companies'
Andreeva, T. (2008) 'Can organizational change be planned and controlled? Evidence from Russian companies'. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL, 11 :119-134 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
2014 'Russian culture in the eye of the beholder'
Andreeva, T. (2014) 'Russian culture in the eye of the beholder' In: Global Leadership Practices: a cross-cultural management perspective. Palgrave McMillan. [Details]
2009 'Tensions between knowledge creation and knowledge sharing: Individual preferences of employees in knowledge-intensive organizations'
Andreeva, T. (2009) 'Tensions between knowledge creation and knowledge sharing: Individual preferences of employees in knowledge-intensive organizations' In: Handbook of Research on Knowledge-Intensive Organizations. Hershey-New York: Information Science Reference. [Details]
2007 'Training and development of personnel in Russian companies'
Soltitskaya T., Andreeva, T. (2007) 'Training and development of personnel in Russian companies' In: Human Resources Management in Russia. Ashgate Publishing Group, Contemporary Employment Relations series. [Details]

Edited Books

  Year Publication
2009 Upravlenie znanijami: hrestomatija (“Handbook of knowledge management”)
Andreeva T., Gutnikova T (Ed.). (2009) Upravlenie znanijami: hrestomatija (“Handbook of knowledge management”) St. Petersburg, Russia: St. Petersburg University Graduate School of Management Publishing House. [Details]

Conference Publications

  Year Publication
2016 Conference co-participation as a factor of new knowledge creation: network analysis
Vlasov S., Andreeva. T. (2016) Conference co-participation as a factor of new knowledge creation: network analysis Academy of Management Proceedings [Details]
2016 Does strategic management of knowledge matter for organizational performance? An empirical test
T Andreeva, A Kianto (2016) Does strategic management of knowledge matter for organizational performance? An empirical test Academy of Management Proceedings [Details]
2014 In search for generic sources of capability dynamism: Insights from organizational change theory
T Andreeva, P Ritala (2014) In search for generic sources of capability dynamism: Insights from organizational change theory Academy of Management Proceedings [Details]

Magazine Article

  Year Publication
2012 From monocultural to multicultural.
Andreeva, T. (2012) From monocultural to multicultural. Magazine Article [IR Link] [Details]

Case

  Year Publication
2010 Knowledge Management Challenges in the Rakurs Company.
Andreeva, T., Zack, M. (2010) Knowledge Management Challenges in the Rakurs Company. Case [Details]
2009 Knowledge exchange as a success factor: an example of OAO Mekhanobr Tekhnika Research and Development corporation.
Andreeva, T. (2009) Knowledge exchange as a success factor: an example of OAO Mekhanobr Tekhnika Research and Development corporation. Case [Details]

Honours and Awards

  Year Title Awarding Body
2014 Emerald/BMDA Management Research Fund Award
2006 Best Paper Award, EIASM workshop on Organizational Change
2013 Highly Commended Paper Award at the Literati Network Awards

Professional Associations

  Association Function From / To
EURAM member /
EGOS member /
Academy of Management member /

Committees

  Committee Function From / To
Teaching and Learning Committee Member 2016 /

Education

  Year Institution Qualification Subject
2004 St,Petersburg University PhD

Teaching Interests

I teach in the areas of Organisational Behaviour, Knowledge Management and Cross-Cultural Management.  
I have developed and delivered a wide range of modules around these thematic areas across all levels (Bachelor, Master, Executive Education) in Russia, Finland and Ireland.

Recent Postgraduates

  Graduation Student Name University Degree Thesis
2014 Anastasia Sergeeva St.Petersburg State Uni, Russi a PhD The impact of organisational and management factors on knowledge sharing processes in organisation (example of public secondary schools)