I conducted my undergraduate studies within the field of psychology with specialization in Human Resource Management and I have a Ph.D. in Industrial Work Science from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm Sweden.
My main area of research interest is ongoing relations among new technologies, organizing structures, cultural norms and work practices. More specificalle threats and possibilities in the transition of working time from the standard work week in which employees work in one location to an increasingly fluid situation where working time has become more diverse and flexible.
I am currently active in the following research projects:
”Are you going home already?". Aims to elucidate the relations between knowledge-intensive work, organizational culture, working time, psychosocial well-being and organizational performance, and is conducted in cooperation with SONY Mobile. Founded by Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (FORTE)
"Acivity based working - The office of the future?" Aims to evaluate and further elaborate on digital technology and office solutions in relation to organizational culture and creativity/innovation and is conducted in cooperation with, among others, Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and Microsoft. Founded by Sweden’s innovation agency (VINNOVA)
Visiting scholar at SCANCOR, Stanford University. Founded by Jan Wallanders and Tom Hedelius foundation and Tore Browaldhs Foundation.
Director for the School of Work Environment and Leadership (Arbetsmiljöhögskolan) at Lund University.
Main editor for the scientific journal Work life in transition (Arbetsliv i omvandling).