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Dr Nadja Damij

Associate Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Before joining NBS, Dr. Nadja Damij worked at the Faculty of Information Studies in Novo mesto (Slovenia, EU) as Vice-dean for education (2008-2012), Vice-dean for research (2012-2014) and Dean (2014-2016).

With these roles Nadja gained valuable experiences in leadership, conducting and implementing strategic planning, developing, administrating, and promoting of academic programs and academic support functions, among others.  Nadja has substantial experiences in teamwork and project management. Since 2012 she acted as a principal investigator on 8 small and large projects, funded from different sources (EU, national government as well as business) in a total amount of 3,760,000.00 EUR. With her focus towards academic project management and consultancy, she has since 2013 consulted over 12 Slovenian SME’s in the field of business process management and improvement with the total amount of generated revenue 390,000.00 EUR. Nadja's publication record includes more than 30 published works comprising of peer-reviewed journal papers (7 of them in journals with Impact Factor from 0.8 to 3.2), a book published by Springer, book chapters, and conference papers.

Campus Address

CCE1, room 405

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Re-thinking information technologies & information systems: from informing pandemic preparedness to managing business disruptions and endemic responses, Damij, N., Levnajic, Z., Suklan, J., Cross, J., Modic, D., Choi, T., Yue, X., Liu, J., Mor, R., Sun, X. 2020
  • Innovations in intellectual property rights management: Their potential benefits and limitations, Modic, D., Hafner, A., Damij, N., Cehovin Zajc, L. 8 Jul 2019, In: European Journal of Management and Business Economics
  • Towards Intellectual Property Rights Management: Back-office and Front-office Perspectives, Modic, D., Damij, N. 2018
  • “Own-It”: Managing Intellectual Property Processes via the Activity Table in Creative Industries, Modic, D., Damij, N. 4 Jan 2017, Information Systems and Management in Media and Entertainment Industries, Cham, Springer
  • The activity table as an agent-based modeling approach for optimizing patent exploitation processes, Modic, D., Damij, N. 2017, In: WSEAS Transactions on Business and Economics
  • A knowledge management approach to the loosely coupled systems, Agrez, J., Damij, N. 1 Jan 2016, In: Information Resources Management Journal
  • Knowledge dynamics in a state of emergency: A case study, Agrež, J., Damij, N. 15 Dec 2016, Information Society and its Manifestations, Frankfurt am Main, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, Peter Lang
  • Ranking of Business Process Simulation Software Tools with DEX/QQ Hierarchical Decision Model, Damij, N., Boškoski, P., Bohanec, M., Mileva Boshkoska, B. 12 Feb 2016, In: PLoS One

PGR Supervision

  • Aniefiok Ekanem Start Date: 27/09/2021
  • Qin Lu Is cloud computing a 'plug and play' option for business process outsourcing enterprise? Start Date: 01/10/2017
  • Adarsh Murthy Building a framework for assessing the adoption of artificial intelligence technology for old economy business Start Date: 01/10/2017


Information Management PhD September 01 2006

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