Associate Professor Ursula Plesner publishes new book on Digital Organizing
Associate Professor Ursula Plesner and Assistant Professor Emil Husted have published a new textbook on Digital Organizing.
This important new textbook offers a lively and topical discussion of how digital technologies impact various aspects of organizations, such as structure, knowledge, collaboration, communication, identity, legitimacy and power. Taking a critical and nuanced approach, this engaging textbook introduces readers to central themes in organization studies and reflects on how changes brought about by digitalization have important implications for private, public and voluntary organizations, and on practical disciples such as strategy, management, innovation and entrepreneurship. Contemporary case studies drawn from a wide range of international organizations demonstrate the real-world relationship between digital technologies and organizing.
This is an essential textbook for final year undergraduates, postgraduates and MBA students taking a module in technology and organization. It is also suitable for any student of organizational studies wanting to understand more about the role that the digital plays in contemporary organizing.
|Ursula Plesner is an associate professor at the Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School. Most of her work examines the relationship between digital technologies and organization in different sectors and industries. She uses her research-based insights in executive teaching focusing primarily on how to organize and manage work around digital technologies. Her work has appeared in journals such as Organization and Strategic Organization. Her work on journalism and digitization has been published in Journalism and in Journal of Organizational Change Management.|
|Emil Husted is an assistant professor at the Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy at Copenhagen Business School (CBS). He is the author of articles and book chapters on the organization of political parties and social movements. His work has appeared in journals such as Organization, Culture and Organization, The Information Society, and ephemera. Emil teaches on the intersection of politics, organization, and digital technology, and he frequently appears in public debates as an expert on the internal dynamics of political parties.|