My research is in the intersection between business administration and informatics. The overall theme in my research is change processes, supported or enabled by information and communication technology (ICT). A special interest is the interaction between intentions and ideas behind technical systems, and the context where the technology is intended to be used. This implies that my research to a large extent has been focused to analyze organizations and industries in order to understand, and to some degree predict what will happen when new technologies or innovation are introduced into an organization or industry.
1992 I received a degree in energy engineering, and in 1993 a bachelor degree in business administration at university of Umeå. Year 2000 I received my PhD-degree at Umeå School of business and economics. The PhD-thesis described how the process of an encompassing and integrated use of ICT can be understood, by studying the introduction of telemedicine in the county of Västerbotten. During 2001-2004 did I work at Copenhagen business school and in 2004 I returned to my position as senior lecture at Umeå School of business and economics. In 2009 I moved to University of Skövde for a position as senior lecture in management accounting. In 2011 I was promoted to reader in business administration and 2013 I was promoted to associate professor in business administration. January 1.st 2014 I was appointed as as professor in construction informatics at school of engineering, university of Jönköping.