Yasmina Khadir-Poggi PhD

Yasmina Khadir-Poggi PhD
Senior Lecturer
Country of Origin


By appointment

Yasmina Khadir-Poggi, PhD, graduated from the Trinity Business School in Dublin, and has an MSc from Pantheon-Sorbonne University in France in Business Administration. Her teaching experience is extensive with 18+ years, and she has been involved in developing curricula and courses, specifically in the fields of Strategy, International Business, and Management. She has taught classes to undergraduate and postgraduate students, and in multicultural environments. She also supervised master’s dissertations and different research projects for undergraduates.
Yasmina's research interests primarily concern organisational theory, knowledge management, knowledge-based strategy, and activity theory. Her PhD explored organisational knowledge creation and emergence using activity theory. She is an active researcher who has published in academic journals and presented papers at several conferences. She also regularly acts as a reviewer.

  • Khadir-Poggi, Y., Organisational knowing emergence and creation from an activity system perspective (Forthcoming – Targeted outlet: Academy of Management Journal – Special Research Forum: New Ways of Seeing).
  • Khadir-Poggi, Y., Keating, M, The entrepreneurial nature of knowledge work and knowledge workers (Forthcoming – Targeted outlet: International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research).
  • Khadir-Poggi, Y., Keating, M., Chandler, S., Turning a low-performing organisation into a high-performing one through the implementation of a knowledge-based strategy, Global Business and Economics Review, GBER, Special Issue Knowledge assets management for sustainable growth, Vol. 19, No 4, pp. 485-504.
  • Khadir-Poggi, Y., Keating, M. (2015), Intellectual capital, knowledge management, knowledge economies and innovation: the case of small asset management firms in Ireland’, Int. J. Knowledge and Learning, Vol. 10, No 2, pp. 147-163.
  • Khadir-Poggi, Y., Keating, M. (2013), Understanding knowledge-intensive organisations within knowledge-based economies: biases and challenges, Int. J. Knowledge-Based Development, Vol. 4, No 1, pp.64-78.
Expertise / Subjects
Consultancy, Globalisation, Society & Culture.