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Socio-technical perspectives of digital transformations

Date

26-28 April 2022 

Time

26 April: 09:00-17:00

27 April: 09:00-17:00

28 April: 09:00-16.00

Language

English

Place

Kolding - Room 61.01

Tilmelding

 https://www.conferencemanager.dk/phdsocio


Description:

An emerging trend in the business world is initiating a digital transformation to utilize new digital technologies to cope with changing customer demands. Digital technologies are an essential part of any digital transformation, often referred to as digitization, the technical process of transforming from an analogue to a digital one. Digitalization is the socio-technical phenomenon about organizations' capability to utilize digital technologies to achieve an organization's new goals. This Ph.D. course aims to provide the participants with different social-technical perspectives on how organizations cope with digital transformations. The theme of the course includes (1) Concepts and models for digital transformations (2) Social-technical systems (3) Dynamic capabilities and ambidexterity (4) Industry 4.0 – concepts and technologies (5) Action Learning.

(a) Understand and be able to discuss digital transformations form a set of social technical perspectives.

(b) Gain insight into practical social-technical challenges of digital transformations provided by guest lectures from the Danish industry.

(C)Insights into practical action-learning methods for facilitating digital transformations.

 

The course is divided into five themes:

Day 1 - Technology outset (April 26th 2022)

09:00 Welcome and introduction

10:00 (Theme 1) Digital transformation: Concepets and models

12.00 Lunch

12.45 (Theme 2) Industry 4.0: Tecnologies and concepts

14.00 Industry presentation on digital transformation (VELUX)

14.45 Group work: Bridging teory and practice

16.45 Refelction on day 1

17.00 End of day 1

 

Day 2 - Human outset (April 27th 2022)

09:00 Welcome and introduction to day 2

09:15 (Theme 3) Socio-technical systems

12.00 Lunch

12.45 (Theme 4) Dynamic capabilities and amdexterity

14.00 Industry presentation on digital transformation (LEGO)

14.45 Group work: Bridging teory and practice

16.45 Refelction on day 2

17.00 End of day 2

 

Day 3 - Learning outset (April 28th 2022)

09:00 Welcome and introduction to day 3

09:15 (Theme 5) Action learning

12.00 Lunch

12.45 Presentations and group work on own PhD projects

15.30 Final reflections and evalution

16.00 End of course

Lecturer:

Theme 1: Professor Jan Stentoft
Theme 2: Associate Professor Anders Haugh
Theme 3: Professor, WSR Steffen Korsgaard
Theme 4: Associate Professor Kent Wickstrøm
Theme 5: Adjunct Professor Daryl Powell (NTNU)

Sidst opdateret: 01.12.2021