Management is devoted to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles that have a great impact on the management field as a whole. It appreciates multidisciplinary research reflecting the diversity of the management science professions.

Stavros Ponis

Editorial Board Member of Management

Senior Lecturer, National Technical University Athens, School of Mechanical Engineering, Section of Industrial Management & Operations Research, Greece

Research Areas

Industrial Management, Supply Chain Management, Operations Research, Management Information Systems & E-Business


2005-2006Post doc researchKnowledge Management and Logistics to Support Virtual Enterprise Networks
1997-2003Ph.D Mechanical Engineering-National Technical University Athens
1989-1996B.ScMechanical Engineering-National Technical University Athens


2006-presentSenior Lecturer, School of Mechanical Engineering, Section of Industrial Management and Operations Research(SIMOR/NTUA)
2001-2006Research Fellow, School of Mechanical Engineering, Section of Industrial Management and Operations Research
2001-2006Teaching Support: Section of Industrial Management and Operations Research-School of Mechanical Engineering-National Technical University Athens
1999-2001Researcher, School of Mechanical Engineering, Section of Industrial Management and Operations Research


Member of the Technical Chamber of Greece
Member of the National Union of Engineers of the Public Sector
Member of the Operational Research Society
Member of theCIMOSA (Computer Integrated Manufacturing Open System Architecture)Associationfor Enterprise Integration and Modeling standards
Member of the ISCRAM community-The International Community on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management
Member of the Hellenic Management Association, Institute of Production and Operations Management(former)
Member of the Production and Operations Management Society(former)

Publications: Conferences/Workshops/Symposiums/Journals/Books

[1]  Tatsiopoulos I.P., Panayiotou N.A. and S.T. Ponis, A Modellingand Evaluation Methodology for E-Commerce Enabled BPR, Computers In Industry, Vol. 49, 2002, pp. 107-121.
[2]  Tatsiopoulos I.P., Ponis S.T., Hadzilias E.A. and N.A. Panayiotou, Realization of the Virtual Enterprise Paradigm in the Clothing Industry Through E-Business Technology, Production andOperations Management, Vol.11 (4), 2002.
[3]  Tatsiopoulos I.P., Ponis S.T. and E.A. Panayiotou, E-Business in the Greek Apparel Industry: A Proposed Business Model, Operational Research International Journal, Vol. 2 (1), 2002, pp. 93-108.
[4]  Tatsiopoulos I.P., Ponis S.T. and E.A. Hadzilias, An E-Releaser of Production Orders in the Extended Enterprise, Production Planning and Control Journal, Vol.15 (2), 2004, pp. 119-132.
[5]  Panayiotou N.A., Ponis S.T., Gayialis S.P. and T.A. Panayiotou, Business Process Documentation for ERP-Supported Organisations, WSEAS Transactions on Computers, Vol. 3 (5), 2004, pp. 1512-1519.
[6]  Ponis S.T., Hadzilias E.A. and N.A. Panayiotou, Business Process Engineering with ARISSimulation-A Case Study of a Call Centre Operation Assessment, WSEAS Transactions on Business and Economics, Vol. 1 (4), 2004, pp. 338-343.
[7]  Ponis S.T., A Reference Model to Support Knowledge Logistics Management in Virtual Enterprises: A Proposed Methodology, International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Vol. 5, 2006, pp. 1-9.
[8]  Panayiotou N.A., Ponis S.T. and S. Gayalis, Designing an industrial maintenance system: a proposed methodological framework, International Journal of Information Technology and Management, Vol. 8 (4), 2009, pp. 361-381.
[9]  Panayiotou N.A., Ponis S.T. and D. Apostolakos, An Integrated Balanced Scorecard and Simulation Approach for Measuring Call Centre Operation Performance, WSEAS Transactions on Business and Economics, Vol. 3 No. 6, 2006, pp. 467-472.
[10]  Ponis S.T., Tatsiopoulos I.P. and G. Vagenas, Ontology Support for Virtual Organisations : A Proposed Framework for Knowledge Management, International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Vol. 6 (8), 2006, pp. 89-100.
[11]  Ponis S.T., Tsitsiriggos, K.C. and Tatsiopoulos I.P, Integrating ERP Vendor Evaluation into a Proposed ERP Selection Methodology, International Journal of Integrated Supply Management, Vol. 3 (4), 2007, pp. 364-384.
[12]  Ponis S.T., I.P. Tatsiopoulos, G. Vagenas and E. Koronis, A Process-based Knowledge Management Framework Supported by ARIS Enterprise Modelling Architecture, International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies, Vol. 1 (2), 2007.
[13]  Spanos A., Ponis.S.T.and Tatsiopoulos I.P., Enterprise Application Integration: Implications for Euro-Asian Supply Chains, Human Systems Management, 26 (2007), pp. 257-268.
[14]  ChristouI. and S.T. Ponis (2008), Enhancing Traditional ATP Functionality in Open Source ERP Systems: Α Case Study from the Food & Beverages Industry, International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, 4(1), pp.18-33.
[15]  Christou I. and S.T. Ponis (2009),A Hierarchical System for Effective Coordination of Available-To-Promise Logic Mechanisms, International Journal of Production Research, 47(11), pp. 3063-3078. .
[16]  Ponis S.T. and A.C. Spanos (2009), ERP II Systems to Support Dynamic, Reconfigurable andAgile Virtual Enterprises, International Journal of Applied Systemic Studies, Inderscience, 2 (3), pp. 265-283.
[17]  Christou I., Ponis S.T. and E.D. Paleologou (2009), Experiences Of Using the Agile Unified Process in the Banking Sector, IEEE Software Magazine, 27 (3), p.p. 72-79.
[18]  Tatsiopoulos, I.P., Pappas I.A. & S.T. Ponis, "Clothing Industry 2000: The Archetype of the Extended Enterprise", in: Schoensleben, P. and A. Buechel (Eds), Organizing the Extended Enterprise, IFIP-Chapman & Hall 1998, ISBN 0-412-82140-0.
[19]  Tatsiopoulos I.P., N.A. Panayiotou & S.T. Ponis, "Business Process Assessment Using Discrete Simulation", in: Mertins, K., Krause, O. and B. Schallock (Eds), Global Production Management, Kluwer Publishers, pp. 498-504, 1999.
[20]  Ponis S.T. & E. Koronis, "Identifying the Human Supply Chain: Putting Enterprise Supply Chain Management Disciplines to Work", in: Bernus, P., Fox, M.,(Eds), Knowledge Sharing in the Integrated Enterprise: Interoperability Strategies for the Enterprise Architect, Springer Boston, pp. 183 ISSN: 1571-5736 (Paper) 1861-2288 (Online), 2006.
[21]  Tatsiopoulos I. P., Ponis S. T., Hadzilias E. A. & Panayiotou N. A. (2002). Virtual Enterprise in the Clothing Industry- A Paradigm. In Jaya Krishna S. (Ed.). Virtual Enterprise- An Introduction. ICFAI University Press.
[22]  Tatsiopoulos I.P., Hadzelias E.A., Panayiotou N.A. & S.T. Ponis (2002). Business Process Improvement for the E-Transition of the Apparel Industry 2000. In Mastorakis N. & Mladenov V (Eds). Recent Advances in Computers, Computing and Communications, WSEAS Press.
[23]  Panayiotou N.A., Ponis S.T. and S.P. Gayialis, "Transforming the Government Value Chain: Emerging Business Models and Enabling Technologies", in Hosang Jung, Bongju Jeong and F. Frank Chen (Eds): Trends in Supply Chain Design and Management: Technologies and Methodologies, Springer London, 2009.
[24]  Ponis, S.T., Vagenas, G. and I.P. Tatsiopoulos, "Knowledge Management in Virtual Enterprises: Supporting Frameworks and Enabling Web Technologies", in Bolissani E. (Ed), Building the Knowledge Society on the Internet: Sharing and Exchanging Knowledge in Networked Environments, IGI Global.
[25]  Tziralis, G., Vagenas G. and S.T. Ponis, "Prediction Markets, an Emerging Web 2.0 Business Model: Towards the Competitive Intelligent Enterprise", in Lytras, Miltiadis D.; Damiani, Ernesto; Ordónez de Pablos, Patricia (Eds.), Web 2.0: The Business Model, Springer Publishing, ISBN: 978-0-387-85894-4.
[26]  Ponis, S.T., Vagenas, G. and E. Koronis, "Exploring the Knowledge Management Landscape: A Critical Review of Existing Knowledge Management Frameworks", in Deogratias Harorimana (Ed), Cultural Implications of Knowledge Sharing, Management and Transfer: Identifying Competitive Advantage, Information Science Reference, 2009.
[27]  Christou I.C. & S.T. Ponis (2009). Enhancing ATP Functionality in Open Source ERP Systems: A Case Study from the Food & Beverages Industry. In Angappa Gunasekaran & Timothy Shea (Eds), Organizational Advancements through Enterprise Information Systems: Emerging Applications and Developments, IGI Global.
[28]  Ponis, S.T. and E. Koronis, "Managing the Risk of Knowledge Transfer in Outsourcing Organizations", in Stavros Ponis (Ed), Managing Risk in Virtual Enterprise Networks: Implementing Supply Chain Principles, Business Science Reference, March 2010.