Digital Organisation and Society Research Centre (DOS)
The Digital Organisation and Society (DOS) Research Centre is an interdisciplinary group of researchers whose work focuses on developing a critical and insightful understanding of the implications of digital technologies for work, organisations and society and interactions between them.
The Centre’s principles are:
- Inclusivity; bringing together researchers at different stages in their careers and from different departments and disciplines, diverse ethnicity, gender, race and age
- Impact; focusing on impactful work in terms of organisations, industries and societies to solve real-world problems
- To facilitate academic research on the role and impact of digital technologies on innovation and entrepreneurship, human resources, marketing, accounting and other business operations
- To encourage a critical perspective on digital technologies and their impact on organisations and wider society
- To enable knowledge exchange and foster collaborations within SBM and beyond, including DOS's national and international partners
- To develop and support a community of researchers within SBM and play a key role within the RHUL ‘Digital’ Catalyst
- To promote academic/industry engagement to solve real-world problems
Researchers in the DOS area have a wide range of interests in relation to Digital Organisation and Society, however, these are organised into four broad clusters.
- Digital technology, organisation and work
- Digital economy and innovation
- Digital inequality, ethics and cyberactivism
- Cybersecurity, Design and Human Behaviour
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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Royal Holloway, University of London