• Mari-Klara Stein

    Associate Professor, CBS

    Mari-Klara Stein is an associate professor at the department of Digitalization. For a number of years, she worked across Europe as an SAP consultant and a usability researcher, before undertaking her doctoral studies at Bentley University (USA). Mari-Klara’s research is focused on the digital transformation of work, including emerging forms of digital work, such as platform work and crowdwork; implications of work digitalization on emotional well-being and work meaningfulness, and the consequences of datafication and algorithmic management in the workplace. She has published her work in top management and IS journals (e.g., MIS Quarterly, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Information Technology, Information & Organization). Mari's MISQ paper (co-authored with three colleagues) received the European Research Paper of the Year award from CIONET - a leading community of IT executives in Europe, with over 5,000 members. Mari is also the recipient of the prestigious Association for Information Systems (AIS) Early Career Award. Mari is currently serving as an Associate Editor at MIS Quarterly and Senior Editor at Information & Organization.

    Title of presentation:
    5 key scientific findings that should inform the design of post-pandemic digital workplaces

    Speaker for following sessions
    • CPH Conference Foyer
      01-12-2 -
      Organized by CBS
      Discussion and debate informed by latest scientific evidence and current best practices in business:
      • What will post-pandemic digital workplaces look like?
      • How to take advantage of lessons learned during the pandemic?
      The pandemic has thrown into sharp light that people want to work in a different way, with individual flexibility being the keyword. Some want more remote work, some less, some want more face-to-face contact with colleagues and managers, some less, and everyone wants to be recognized and do something meaningful – life is short, we have been reminded! This panel will discuss these shifts and different business and science perspectives on what the post-pandemic workforce really wants and how to make hybrid workplaces work for everyone.
      Introduction: “Introduction to the topic, agenda and panelists”, Mari-Klara Stein, Associate Professor of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School
      Panel Debate:
      • What will post-pandemic digital workplaces look like? (short presentations by 5 panelists)
      • Interaction and Q&A with audience
      • Erik Korsvik Østergaard, Futures Thinker and Transformation Architect.
      • Helle Rootzen, CEO & Founder, coach, foredragsholder, inspirator, digital - med helhed og balance.
      • Pete Jaworski, Director, People Data & Analytics at A.P. Moller – Maersk & Managing Partner at Nordic Human Capital Advisory.
      • Christopher James Zimmerman, Senior Analytical Consultant at Google.
      • Trine Hoffensetz Winther, Chief Operations Officer at MeeW.
       Science meets Business:
      • Tina Blegind Jensen (Professor, Department of Digitalization, CBS) presents key scientific findings that should inform the design of post-pandemic digital workplaces
      • Commentary by other panelists: How can the findings be put into practice? 
      • Q&A with audience
      Session coordinator: Mari-Klara Stein Associate Professor of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School & Tina Blegind Jensen, Professor of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business SchoolCBS
      Facilitator: Mari-Klara Stein, CBS
      Post-pandemic digital workplaces: Science meets business
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