Together with my partners, I advise and consult companies on their digital transformation towards “Smarter Work”, providing a rigorous scientific perspective. We focus employees at all hierarchical levels who use innovative technologies in their daily work. We examine the effects of integrating novel technologies into existing individual practices and group processes. Shaping “Smarter Work” together, we strive for effective collaboration, sustainable performance, and a lasting well-being of employees.
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I help companies implement rigorous survey designs across the globe for robust inferences about new ways of working.
I make a deep-dive with companies to examine employees’ underlying motivations, perceptions, and beliefs regarding novel technologies.
I extract, collect, and analyze the application logs from the cloud or on-premise to mine, model, and modernize company processes.
I teach companies about scientific and analytical methods or novel advances in technology, empowering them for their digital transformation.
I speak about recent advances in science and technology concerning the future of work.
I advise on how to introduce novel information technology, focusing change management of new work, tasks, and job roles.
Larger engagements follow a three-step model and are jointly conducted with partners such as the ERCIS competence center Smarter Work. We develop scenarios for the “New Normal” and accompany companies in mastering the challenges of the changing world of work. The focus is not only on the introduction of new technologies but also on the associated cultural change and the social and organizational implications.
We identify options for action that are individually adapted for each company. To develop these options, we rely on current scientific findings. We combine a broad repertoire of methods (e.g., surveys, interviews, physiological measurements, digital traces) with established and innovative theories. This is made possible by an interdisciplinary group of partners with a focus on economics, computer science, psychology and sociology as well as practitioners from the IT industry.
The first step includes coaching, speaking engagements, and workshops for a comprehensive assessment of the current state.
The second step includes developing interventions or studies such as survey- or interview-based designs.
The third step includes scientific measurements and analyses to accompany and evaluate interventions and projects.