University of Bath School of Management University of Bath School of Management

Dr Niki Panteli

Dr Niki Panteli

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Leading Refereed Journal Papers
Other Outputs


Job Title:

Reader in Information Systems

Subject Group:

Information, Decision and Operations

Key Research Interests:

Virtual Team Collaboration, Influence and Interactions in Online Communities, Online Governance, Cyber-Habits and Metaphors of New Social Media.

Research Interests

Niki Panteli is a Reader in Information Systems at the School of Management, University of Bath. Previously, she was a Lecturer and a Senior Lecturer within the same institution. She received her doctorate in IS from Warwick Business School.

She served as the Chair of the IFIP W.G. 9.5 on ‘Virtuality & Society’, an associate editor for the European Journal of Information Systems and is on the editorial board of New Technology, Work and Employment. Her work has appeared among others in journals such as Human Relations, Information Systems Journal, European Journal of Information Systems, New Technology, Work and Employment, Decision Support Systems and Information & Organization.

Her current research is funded by EPSRC, Ministry of Defence and by Corporate funds.

Press Coverage

“Research Leads to New Social Network for Young People with Cancer”, September 2012

“University Project features on Government Report”, July 2013


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Panteli N (2009) Virtual Social Networks: Mediated, Massive and Multiplayer Sites, Edited Book, Palgrave-Macmillan, Hampshire, UK

Panteli N & Chiasson M (2008) Exploring Virtuality: Within and Beyond Organizations: Social, Global and Local Dimensions”, Edited Book, Palgrave- Macmillan, Hampshire, UK

Leading Refereed Journal Papers

Griffiths C., Panteli N.,  Brunton D., and  Marder B. (forthcoming) Designing and evaluating the acceptability of Realshare: an online support community for teenagers and young adults with cancer (TYAC). Journal of Health Psychology.

Chamakiotis, P, Dekoninck, E.A. & Panteli, N. (2013). Factors Influencing Creativity in Virtual Design Teams: An Interplay between Technology, Teams and Individuals. Creativity & Innovation Management, 22(3), pp. 265-279. DOI: 10.1111/caim.12039

Panteli N (2012) A Community of Practice View of Intervention Programmes: The case of women returning to IT. Information Systems Journal.DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2575.2012.00415.x

Yan L & Panteli (2011) Order and disorder in a Born Global organisation New Technology Work and Employment. 26(2):127-145.DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-005X.2011.00264.x

Lee J & Panteli N (2011) You got eMail!! The cases of inter-organizational collaboration for engineering product design. Engineering Management Journal 23(3):18-21

Panteli N, Yan L & Chamakiotis P (2011) Writing to the Unknown:blogging and the presence of backpackers. Information Technology & People. 24(4):362 - 377. DOI:10.1108/09593841111182241

Dixon K & Panteli N (2010) From virtual Teams to Virtuality in Teams Human Relations 63(8):1177-1192. DOI: 10.1177/0018726709354784

Lee J Y and Panteli N (2010) Business Strategic conflict in Computer-mediated Communication European Journal of Information Systems. Special Issue – Cross-Organizations and IS/IT Collaborations. 19(2):196-208. DOI: 10.1057/ejis.2010.4

Panteli N & Pen S (2010) Empowering Women Returners in the UK High-Tech Sector. Personnel Review. 39(1):44-61. DOI:10.1108/00483481011007850

Panteli N & Tucker R (2008) Power and trust in global virtual teams. Communications of ACM. 52(12):113-115. DOI: 10.1145/1610252.1610282.

► older publications

Fineman S, Maitliss S & Panteli N (2007) Virtuality and emotion. Human Relations. 60(4):555-560. DOI: 10.1177/0018726707078346

Panteli N (2006) Returning to IT: Employment and development after a career break, Labour and Industry, Special Issue, Women, Careers and Information Technology 16 (3) 133-150

Prasopoulou E, Pouloudi A & Panteli N (2006) Enacting new temporal boundaries: the role of mobile phones. European Journal of Information Systems. Special Issue: Mobile User Behaviour.15(3):277-284. DOI: 10.1057/palgrave.ejis.3000617

Fineman S & Panteli N (2006) The sound of silence: the case of virtual team organising. Behaviour and Information technology. 24(5):347-352. DOI: 10.1080/01449290512331335618

Panteli N & Davison R (2005) The role of subgroups in the communication patterns of global virtual teams. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 48(2):191-200. DOI: 10.1109/TPC.2005.849651

Panteli N & Sockalingam S (2005) Trust and conflict within virtual inter-organizational alliances: A framework for facilitating knowledge sharing.Decision Support Systems, 39(4):599-617. DOI:10.1016/j.dss.2004.03.003

Panteli N & Fineman S (2005) The sound of silence: the case of virtual team organizing. Behaviour and Information technology. 24(5):347-352. DOI: N/A

Panteli N (2005) Trust in virtual global teams. ARIADNE, (43). DOI: N/A

Panteli N & Stack J (2004) Editorial: Gender issues in the digital society: research practices, themes and reflections. New Technology Work and Employment, 19 (3): 156-159. DOI:10.1111/j.1468-005X.2004.00134.x

Panteli N & Corbett JM (2004) Deskilling (1974-1994); 20 years after; In the era of empowerment. ETHICOMP Journal, 1(1). (DOI): N/A

Panteli N (2004) Discursive articulations of presence in virtual organising. Information & Organization, 14(1): 59-81. DOI:10.1016/j.infoandorg.2003.10.001

Panteli N & Duncan E (2004) Trust and temporary virtual teams: Alternative explanations and dramaturgical relationships. Information Technology and People, 17(4):423-441. DOI:10.1108/09593840410570276

Dibben M & Panteli N (2003) Re-thinking technology from an organizational perspective: virtual reality as a Whiteheadian Real Potentiality.Process Studies, 32 (2). DOI: N/A

Panteli N (2002) Richness, power cues and email text. Information & Management, 40(2):75-86. DOI: 10.1016/S0378-7206(01)00136-7

Panteli N & Dawson P (2001) Video-conferencing meetings: changing patterns of business communication. New Technology, Work and Employment, 16(2):88-99. DOI: 10.1111/1468-005X.00079

Panteli N, Stack J & Ramsay H (2001) Gendered patterns in computing work in the late 1990s. New Technology, Work and Employment, 16(1):3-17. DOI: 10.1111/1468-005X.00073

Panteli N (2001) Emergent forms of contemporary work organization: the making of McEmpowerment. Comportamentl Organizacional E Gestao, 7(1):173-187.

Panteli N & Dibben M (2001) Revisiting the nature of virtual organizations: reflections on mobile communication systems. Futures, 33(5):379-391. DOI: 10.1016/S0016-3287(00)00081-1

Other Outputs

Panteli, N. & Chiasson, M. 2008. Rethinking Virtuality. In Panteli, N. & Chiasson, M. (Eds): Exploring virtuality within and beyond organisations: social, global and local dimensions. Palgrave.

Panteli, N. & Chiasson, M. 2008. Epilogue: an agenda for research and practise on the nature of virtuality. In Panteli, N. & Chiasson, M. (Eds):Exploring virtuality within and beyond organisations: social, global and local dimensions. Palgrave.

Panteli, N. & Chiasson, M. 2008. Virtuality: beyond the boundaries of space and time. In Panteli, N. & Chiasson, M. (Eds): Exploring virtuality within and beyond organisations: social, global and local dimensions. Palgrave.

Pluempavarn, P. & Panteli, N. 2008. Building social identity through blogging. In Panteli, N. & Chiasson, M. (Eds): Exploring virtuality within and beyond organisations: social, global and local dimensions. Palgrave.

Panyasorn, J., Panteli, N. & Powell, P. 2008. An interaction model in groupware use for knowledge management. Encyclopedia for e-collaboration. IGI Global: London. 398-404.

► older publications

Panteli, N., Pitsillides, A., Pitsillides, B. & Samaras, G. 2007. An E-healthcare Mobile Application: A Stakeholders’ Analysis. In Al-Hakim L. (ed.)Web Mobile-Based Applications for Healthcare Management: 101-117 IRM Press, Hershey, PA, USA.

Panteli, N. & Seeley, M. 2006. The Email Gender Gap. In: Barrett M. & Davidson, M.J. Gender and Communication at Work: 250-259Ashgate Publishing Ltd: Aldershot, England (EC).

Panteli, N., Cochliou, D. & Baralou, E. 2006. Women Returners in the UK IT Industry. In Trauth E. (Ed.) The Gender and IT Encyclopedia: 1292-1296Idea Group. Inc., Hershey, PA.

Panteli, N. 2005. Developing Trust in Virtual Teams. In Khosrow-Pour M. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Volume I-V: 844-848Idea Group Reference, Hersey.

Panteli, N. 2004. Situating Trust within Virtual Teams. In S. Reddy (Ed.), Virtual Teams: Contemporary Insights: 20-40, ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, India

Pitsillides, B., Pitsillides, A., Samaras,G., Georgiades, D., Andreou, P. & Panteli, N. 2004. DITIS: A Collaborative System to Support Home Care by a Virtual Multidisciplinary Team, 8th Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care. Invited book chapter in Studies on Health Technology and Informatics, IOS Press (EC).

Nandhakumar, J., Panteli, N., Powell, P. & Vidgen, R. 2004. Trust in the Digital Era. In: Doukidis, G., Mylonopoulos, N. & Pouloudi, N., Social and Economic Transformation in the Digital Era, Idea Group, Hershey PA, 77-94 (EC)

Panteli, N. 2003. Virtual Interactions: Creating Impressions of Boundaries. In N. Paulsen & T. Hernes (Eds), Managing Boundaries in Organizations: Multiple Perspectives, Palgrave (McMillan): Hampshire, UK, 76-92