Inti José Lammi is a doctoral student in organization studies. His research examines technology in organizations through the lens of practice theory to understand the practical implications of technology in work. A key interest is how theories, including practice theory, direct the study of organizations to address the consequences of technology. Empirically, this has been studied by examining public sector organizations and how technological implementation affects work and management.
Keywords: social theory organization practice theory organizing technology work socio-technical change
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- Organization studies
- Technology in work
- Social theory/Practice theory
- Qualitative method
My research examines the material constitution of practices in organizations with a particular focus on the role of information technology in light of socio-technical change.
Empirically, my research examines extent of expressions of change across interlinked practices, how shared artifacts and systems are used and understood differently, and how the mundane dimensions of practices and technology tread forth to have organizational implications.
Theoretically, my research engages with advancing the understanding of how practices can be both understood and studied empirically through the use of practice theory. My thesis focused specifically on the methodological issues arising from taking practice theory seriously, and how established approaches in organizational studies compare to the analytical use of contemporary practice theory.
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