There are three main research areas:
1) We investigate process ontological models to understand the complex structures of information technology and society. The specific key interest’s area includes deep learning-based predictive algorithms, which are organizing time, space and motion in in multinational corporations and various other private and public sector organizations.
2) We examine the social impact of information technology and the effect on new ICT technologies to organization, management and service delivery.
3) We analyse business processes to understand complex organizational structures and interrelationships to determine the readiness of organizations to enable future innovative services and platforms.
Research community has only just started to problematize the fundamental inter-relation of digital technology and organizing in the Arctic governance and northern change. Our research brings together different strands of research in the fields of administration science, information technology and service design.
For further information: Research director at the University of Lapland, visiting professor at the Sorbonne University 1.9.2018 – Dr. Mika-Petri Laakkonen firstname.lastname@example.org