Organisation, Leadership and Service Work
The research topic Organisation, Leadership and Service Work includes research on a number of key issues related to work in service industries. We research the phenomena of organisation, governance and leadership from a service perspective. The research area includes, but is not limited to, issues of organizational change, quality, lean, value creation, organisational efficiency, human resource management, leadership, conditions and experiences of service work, professional service organisations, and stories in and around organisations.
These topics are approached from different angles and in different contexts based on multi- and interdisciplinary perspectives that include theories and methods derived from, for example, business economics, sociology and ethnology.
The main purpose of the research is to develop and deepen the understanding of these phenomena. We develop methods, theories and working methods in the field of service organisation by analysing, problematising and critically reflecting on the practices and theories found in and about these areas.
Su Mi Dahlgaard-Park (MBA, PhD, Professor) – Convener and contact person
Johan Alvehus (DBA, Associate Professor)
Erika Andersson Cederholm (PhD, Associate Professor)
Hervé Corvellec (PhD, Professor)
Katja Lindqvist (PhD, Associate Professor)
Carin Rehncrona (doctoral student)
Ulrika Westrup (DBA, Associate Professor)