Britta Nordin Forsberg
Works at the Department of Industrial Economics and Organisation at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). After many years in the business world in multinational technology companies in particular, Britta Nordin Forsberg returned to KTH in the 2010s, where she had previously earned her master's degree in engineering, to get closer to research in what has been her work for many years in business: organization and management. Her previous professional roles in business have been in technological Research & Development, as well as Marketing & Sales, in roles such as Manager, Management consultant, Executive search, Interim manager and general management. Her doctoral thesis is about Talent Management.
Britta is now researcher at KTH/Indek and also runs innovation development called "Playitfair" for the renewal and digitalization of human resource management, an initiative previously awarded and supported by KTH Innovation and funded by Vinnova. Playitfair was also winner of the Bicky Chakrabortys entreprepreneur program and she has recently received an award from a Nordic research fellowship on industrial economics ScAIEM Award 2020 for research on the use of VR in “Massive Online Learning”.
Forsberg, B.N., Kirchner, K. (2021, accepted): The perception of avatars in virtual reality during professional meetings. Paper accepted at 23rd International Conference on Human Computer Interaction, Washington DC, USA, to be held in July 2021.
Kirchner, K., Forsberg, B.N. (2021, accepted). A Conference goes virtual: Lessons from Creating a Social Event in the Virtual Reality. Paper accepted at 21st International Conference on Innovations for Community Services, Bamberg, Germany, to be held in May 2021, https://www.eah-jena.de/i4cs-conference/program-details
B. Nordin Forsberg, "Talent management i organisationer : Ett kritiskt managementperspektiv," Doktorsavhandling Stockholm : Kungliga Tekniska högskolan, TRITA-ITM-AVL, 2019:44, 2020.
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Organization and Knowledge-Intensive Work (ME1010), course responsible, teacher | Course web