Assistant Professor Lund University | Visiting scholar Stanford University
Work, Technology and Social Change (WTS)
Main research or teaching areas
- Oranizational culture
- Human Resource Management
- Work-life balance
Current research and teaching
I conducted my undergraduate studies within the field of psychology with specialization in Human Resource Management and I have a Ph.D. in Industrial Work Science from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm Sweden.
In a broad perspective my research examines working time, with a particular focus on the ongoing relations between new technologies, organizing structures, cultural norms and work practices. I am currently active in two research projects founded by Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (FORTE) and Sweden’s innovation agency (VINNOVA).
The FORTE-project (”Are you going home already?”) aims to elucidate the relations between knowledge-intensive work, organizational culture, working time, psychosocial well-being and organizational performance, and is conducted in cooperation with SONY Mobile.
The VINNOVA-project (Acivity based working - The office of the future?) aims to evaluate and further elaborate on digital technology and office solutions in relation to organizational culture and creativity/innovation and is conducted in cooperation with, among others, Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and Microsoft.
At present I´m working as a Visiting scholar at SCANCOR, Stanford University.
Retrieved from Lund University's publications database
- Digital teknik och socialt arbete. Att motivera socialt utsatta ungdomar med stöd av motivationsappar och hälsoarmband
- Digitalisering och personlig integritet: En systematisk kunskapsöverikt
- Digitalization and Privacy : A systematic literature review
- Employee monitoring in a digital context
- What the Hell is a High Standard? The Swedish Employers’ Confederation and the Six-Hour Workday debate in the mid 1970s
Calle Rosengren conducted his doctoral studies at KTH Royal Institute of Technology on a thesis about working time in knowledge-intensive work. Currently he´s active as a visiting scholar at Stanford University and also Chairperson for The Swedish Association for Working Life Research and Director for the School of Work Environment and Leadership at Lund University.