Who we are?
We come from the fields of knowledge management, communication, work and organizational psychology, social psychology, technology research as well as information and communications technology. We work at LUT University, University of Jyväskylä, Aalto University, and Tampere University in Finland.
In this FutuRemote Project my role, with Prof. Binari, is to coordinate Research.
In this project I will be collaborating with Futuremote researchers especially in building quantitative research designs and analyzing quantitative data.
In the FutuRemote project, I combine solution-centric and critical thinking to help us envision more sustainable collaboration technologies, work processes, and management practices.”
“In the FutuRemore project, I combine my expertise in qualitative research methods and knowledge in intra-organizational emotional and temporal dynamics to help us understand how technological changes can be best integrated and infused within organizations to drive innovation and ensure resilience .”
In FutuRemote project I’m responsible for activation of company collaboration especially advancing innovation and building sustainable research and development schemes with key stakeholders.”
In the FutuRemote project, I draw from my experience on studying remote work and connectivity behav-iors to help us make sense of the rapid changes that organizations and employees have experiences in their transition to dispersed work practices.”
In the current, FutuRemote project, I look especially how AI enabled solutions can be used to support knowledge work and its implications for individuals, teams and organizations. I personally believe having a multidisciplinary approach will generate new knowledge by reconstructing existing perspectives and frameworks from both business and technology domain."
In the FutuRemote project, I bring social psychological perspective and knowledge on analyzing and interpreting the qualitative survey data and help envision how the information gathered can be utilized to advance knowledge work.”
In the FutuRemote project, I aspire to understand how people cope with being forced to change their work practices, what they are struggling with, and how new ways of organizing and new technologies, products & services could alleviate arising issues.
In the FutuRemote project I want to be a part of creating solutions that support collaboration, wellbeing and efficient communication in remote work.”
For the FutureRemote project I will be working as a research assistant."
I have always been enthusiastic about learning new ways of working by utilizing Digital technologies. I’m not a researcher, but I could describe myself as a heavy user of different kinds of digital tools and platforms. Understanding the latest technologies also plays an essential role in my work as FutuRemote project coordinator.”