Professor in Business Administration. Engaged in research and teaching in the subject of public organisation.
My research relates to public organisations. It is about collaboration between organisations, teamwork between professions, management of large organisations and leadership in challenging contexts. I have studied multi-professional healthcare teams, how healthcare is managed by orders and what happens when rescue services, police and ambulance services practise collaborations. The research, done together with Professor Eric Carlström, has resulted in a new training model called Three Level Collaboration (3NS). The exercise model is used in crisis and disaster exercises, both nationally and internationally.
From 2017-2020, I will conduct a research project on how and why public organisations bring back previously outsourced jobs to their own organisation (backsourcing).
Read more about my publications in the following databases:
Public Organisation, Collaboration, Management, Team, Leadership
I have good experiences in teaching basic, advanced and postgraduate level courses. At the basic level, I am a course coordinator and examiner for courses on organisation and leadership. At the advanced level, I supervise and examine master's theses. At the postgraduate level, I have been principal supervisor and assistant supervisor. I have also been an opponent/commentator at the planning, mid-term, and final seminar for PhD students.
On ten occasions, I have been the faculty opponent and participated in the examining committee for doctoral theses. Participation has taken place in several different subjects and scientific disciplines.
On several occasions, I have been a special adviser in staffing for academic positions such as lecturer, associate professor and professor.
Member of the University's Strategic Management and Development Group 2014-2016, 2017-2019. Member of the programme council for the institution's programme training, 2017-2020.
Ordinary member of the Regional Ethics Review Board in Gothenburg 2014-2016 and 2017-2019.
Leadership in Health Services (ISSN 1751-1879)
International Journal of Emergency Services (ISSN 2047-0894)
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science (ISSN 2095-0055)
Management and Organizational Studies (ISSN: 2330-5495)
International Journal of Healthcare (ISSN 2377-7338)
Modern Management Forum (ISSN 2424-8444)
REVIEWER FOR INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS
I have been appointed as a reviewer for the following international journals:
European Management Review, Organization, British Journal of Management, Human Relations, Management and Organizational Studies, Public Management Review, Journal of Interprofessional Care, Journal of Leadership & Organization Development, Team Performance Management, Journal of Healthcare Leadership, Leadership in Health Services, Health Policy, International Journal of Health Governance, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, Disasters, International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, International Journal of Health Governance and Western Journal of Nursing Research, Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, Military Medical Research, Regional & Federal Studies.
A New Working Method in Psychiatric Care : the impact of implementation
An equal mix of organizational cultures is important for a successful implementation process. The aim of this study was to examine the implementati...
Chefers strategier för att implementera samverkan
Den här studien handlar om interorganisatorisk samverkan inom vård och omsorg. Här studeras vilka strategier som första och andra linjens kommunala...
Collaboration exercices; what do they contribute ? : a study of learning and usefulness
This article aims to study whether exercises contribute to learning that can be useful in actual emergency work. It reports the findings of a study...
Collaboration Exercises : the lack of collaborative benefits
The purpose of this paper is to study what professional emergency personnel learn during collaboration exercises and the benefits of what they have...
Common incentives for teamwork : the unspoken contract´s significance
Purpose - The purpose of this article was to identify and study common incentives for teamwork. Design/methodology/approach - The study was designe...
Cultural camouflage : a critical study of how artefacts are camouflaged and mental health policy subverted
This study identifies hidden artefacts in a public organisation. In contrast to earlier studies, itfocuses on artefacts as concealing rather than...
Doctors’ functional leadership inpsychiatric healthcare teams : a reversible leadership logic
Purpose: The purpose of this paper was to study how psychiatric doctors practise leadership in multidisciplinary healthcare teams. The paper seeks ...
Emergency Management and Preparedness Training for Youth (EMPTY) : The Results of the First Swedish Pilot Study.
OBJECTIVE: To examine the impact of a simulation training in raising a group of young students' personal and situational awareness in disasters and...
Flexibilitet eller kontroll? : Om regler, rutiner och ansvar
Sammantaget ger ekonomicheferna uttryck för att de har ett tämligen gottinflytande över frågor som handlar om regelverk, normer, organisationsstruk...
From artefact to effect : the organising effects of artefacts on teams
Purpose – Earlier studies have identified artefacts, but have only to a lesser degree looked at theireffects. The purpose of this paper is to...
Learning and usefulness of collaboration exercises : A study of the three level collaboration (3LC) exercises between the police, ambulance and rescue services
In this article, we studied collaboration exercises (3LC) between the rescue services, ambulance services, and police force, which were developed t...
Ledarskap och beslutsfattande i psykiatriska team : om sammanhållning, sortering och kontroll
Den här studien handlar om ledarskap och beslutsfattande i psykiatriska team. För att hantera hälso- och sjukvårdens gränsöverskridande arbete har...
Läkare som teamledare : En studie av reversibelt ledarskap
SammanfattningSyfte: Syftet med artikeln är att beskriva och problematisera läkares ledarskap i team. Arti-keln syftar till att besvara frågan; Hur...
Managing boundaries at the accident scene : a qualitative study of collaboration exercises
Purpose The purpose of this study is to identify what is practiced during collaboration exercises and possible facilitators for inter-organisationa...
Models of teamwork: ideal or not? : A critical study of theoretical team models
Purpose - There is a tendency in team research to employ concepts of stepwise models, reachingfrom the primitive to the excellent, to suggest that ...
Organisering av en fingerad verklighet : Om övningar mellan blåljusorganisationer
This study aimed to elucidate exercise participants’ understanding of critical aspects of organizing and implementation of collaboration exercises...
Synchronous work - myth or reality? : a critical study of teams in health and medical care
Abstract Rationale, aims and objectives In this article, ideal conceptions about teamwork are tested. The research question posed is: How are team...
Team i vård, behandling och omsorg : Erfarenheter och reflektioner
Team är populära, inte minst inom vård, behandling och omsorg.Trots att det börjar bli en väl etablerad företeelse tycks teamfortfarande stå för...
The dominance of mechanistic behaviour : A critical study of emergency exercises
In this paper, the focus is on emergency exercises between the police, rescue services and ambulance. By practising, it is assumed that the...
The process of implementing a new working method - a project towards change in a Swedish psychiatric clinic
The implementation of evidence-based methods in hospital settings is difficult and complex. The aim of the present study was to highlight the...
The Three-Level Collaboration Exercise : Impact of Learning and Usefulness
The aim of the study was to examine the emergency personnel’s perception of the effects of exercises, with regard to learning and usefulness. The...