• Universitetsvej 1, Bygning 08

    4000 Roskilde




Digitalization describes the use of digital technologies to drive transformation of society, private and public organizations and other types of organized practice. Digitalization creates new value producing opportunities and, in line with UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, research is increasingly oriented towards its impact on important societal developments at a global scale as well as locally within countries and regions.

We address two overall aspects of Sustainable Digitalization: First, we explore and contribute to the design and development of digital technologies that support sustainable developments within production, service, healthcare, quality of life, and environmental sustainability, as well as studies of the social impact of digitalization. We mainly engage in projects in Denmark and other Nordic countries. Second, we study how digitalization efforts themselves can sustain in order to make a lasting impact. This include research on user-driven innovation processes and project management, and how this is conditioned by a sustainability agenda.

Our research in Sustainable Digitalization is achieved through Projects, People, Participation and Process, as well as interaction with Praxis. In these efforts we relate to the international research fields: Information Systems, Participatory Design (PD), Design Science Research (DSR), and Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW).

  • Projects. We investigate how organizations can improve management of IT projects. In the past we have looked at agile and lean as new principles of organizing. Our long-term goal is to renew project management and develop design principles for sustainable digitalization.
  • People. We study people and carry out workplace studies to investigate collaborative and communicative practices in complex organizational settings, for example, healthcare and welfare systems. The long-term goal is to design technologies that better support sustainability of complex collaborative practices.
  • Participation. We investigate how to specify and evaluate effects of IT usage and how effects can play a prominent role in IT management and governance. The long-term goal is to conceptualize and develop genuine participatory design methods that ensure sustainable effects of IT designs, infrastructures and usability.
  • Process. We investigate how organizations can improve their software development processes. In the past we have taken part in developing ISO 33014, the ImprovAbility model, and a number of Nexus-models e.g. for knowledge transfer in experience groups. Our long-term goal is to renew software process improvement in a sustainable way to include complex, lean and agile processes, as well as the role of user-driven software process improvement.
  • Praxis. We interact with Praxis through Action Research, Design Science Research, and Engaged Scholarship to solve real world problems in practice through design, construction, evaluation and reflection on artefacts and how to generate design theories and relevant design principles for later use. Our long-term goal is to establish the methods for engaging with Praxis in a sustainable way as a viable and acknowledged research method for IT related problems and Information Systems research.

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Publikationer 2006 2019

A Situational Knowledge Network Nexus Building Approach: Kernel Theory Extensions using Design Science Research

Bidragets oversatte titel: En tilgang til at bygge nexus til situationelle videndelingsnetværk : Kernelteoretiske udvidelser via Design Science ResearchHansen, M. R. P. & Pries-Heje, J., 2019, (Accepteret/In press) DSR - Cases. Vom Brocke, J., Maedche, A. & Hevner, A. (red.). SpringerNature, 31 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

A Socio-Temporal Perspective on Pilot Implementation: Bootstrapping Preventive Care

Mønsted, T. S., Hertzum, M. & Søndergaard, J., 26 nov. 2019, I : Computer Supported Cooperative Work. Online first, 32 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

Bootstrapping Your Team for Higher Performance

Pedersen, M. B., Pries-Heje, J., Stybe, G. & Johansen, J., 2019, Systems, Software and Services Process Improvement: 26th European Conference, EuroSPI 2019, Edinburgh, UK, September 18-20, 2019 Proceedings. Walker, A., O'Connor, R. & Messnarz, R. (red.). Switzerland: Springer, s. 163-178 (Communications in Computer and Information Science; Nr. 1060, Bind 1).

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningpeer review

Projekter 1991 2018

Design of Working Life in Temporary Projects

Hvid, H., Pries-Heje, J., Scheller, V. K. & Simonsen, J.


Projekter: ProjektForskning

Aktiviteter 1992 2019

University West

Magnus Rotvit Perlt Hansen (Gæsteforsker)
9 okt. 201912 okt. 2019

Aktivitet: Besøger en ekstern institutionBesøger en ekstern, akademisk institution

Genres of Design Principles for Emergent Technologies

Magnus Rotvit Perlt Hansen (Oplægsholder)
10 okt. 2019

Aktivitet: Tale eller præsentationForedrag og mundtlige bidrag


39th International Conference on Information Systems 2018

Magnus Rotvit Perlt Hansen (Arrangør)
dec. 2018

Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangering af en begivenhedOrganisation og deltagelse i konference


Skats direktør kendte til risici

Jan Pries-Heje


1 element af Mediedækning


Skats direktør var advaret om skandaleramt IT-system

Jan Pries-Heje


1 element af Mediedækning