Apart from running Lessons in Thinkfulness, I'm an academic in the field of Management Information Systems and I spend most of my time researching, learning and teaching on how to make people and machines think together better. Learn more about my research below.
Before joining academia, I spent six years running my own businesses in the fields of communication and e-learning. I became increasingly drawn to research, learning, and teaching with information technologies. If you want to know more, connect on LinkedIn. My background reflects this and explains why I'm so obsessed about becoming a better thinker!
I research big data analytics and its impact on knowing, learning and sense-making within organisations and at work. I want to know how the access to unprecedented amounts of data changes how we think, know, learn and make decisions. What does it mean for how we work? How does it change organisations? I investigate these questions by combining qualitative and quantitative approaches to research, blending the case study methodology with computational methods in social sciences.
In particular, I’m interested in how data is used in Artificial Intelligence systems in organisations, and how this changes what it means to know. I approach this subject both from an AI perspective and a philosophical angle focusing on epistemology. Through my research in this area, I want to help organisations think better with AI. You can learn more about my research here.
I design online courses and develop digital pedagogies.