M.Sc.,B.Sc.,in Information Systems, B.Sc.,Business and Economics, Major: Marketing Management.
I am course coordinator and lecturer at Lund University, field of IT and Strategic Management. I teach two courses, one on undergraduate, and the other on graduate level.
The main objective of the undergraduate course "IT for People and Organizations" is to examine the use of IT in everyday lives. The course focuses on IT analyses from different perspectives, in the context of past, present and future. The pros and cons as well as IT as an artifact in an evolving digital planet is studied in depth.
The graduate course "Strategic Management and Information Systems" focuses on areas of IT-strategies, E-strategies, Strategic Management, Business Models, flexibility and competitiveness. The contents of this course is highly relevant for future IT-leaders and decision makers. The course merges IT and Business into a ready to apply format for IT-specialists. The Strategic theories are used hands on actual cases.
My area of interest is IT-strategies and the increase in company flexibility through sourcing of IS-development. In 2012, my Master's thesis study “Sourcing Strategies in Information Systems Development“ was presented at the Sixth International Global Sourcing Conference, International Workshop on Global Sourcing in France under the session "Sourcing Strategies and Capabilities".