System development work is difficult, and many IT systems do not work satisfactorily despite intensive technology development. My research is about improving the situation and understanding what the problems are. I am working on developing improved working methods in the organizations and projects that develop and introduce IT. The focus here is user-centered methods, gender, sociotechnical perspective and agile development. I have also researched the skills that the people in the projects need to master to be able to work with the development of complex systems that support people in a good way.
If you are curious about my research – listen to the 12 min long lecture in Swedish
Latest posts by Åsa Cajander (see all)
- Preliminary Results from Using The Self Flipped Classroom Technique and Films in Teaching - September 30, 2019
- Eye-opening Lecture by Helena Bernáld in the IT in Society Class - September 23, 2019
- Master’s Thesis proposal from the HTO group: “Human Resources Self-service–the next generation” - September 19, 2019