My PhD project focuses on how digital technology turns almost any time into potential working time and any location into a potential workplace. Under such organizational conditions, the notions of work performance, professionalism and organizational tasks arguably change, but in which ways and with what effects? Based on business ethnographic studies, my PhD project addresses this question with the aim of providing a nuanced and empirically contextualized appreciation of how digital technology affects the temporal structure of work.
Primary research areas
Organization and technology
Conceptions of temporality and change in organization studies and social theory