Anu Sivunen

General description

I am Professor of Communication at University of Jyväskylä, leading a research group CoCoDigi that studies communication and collaboration on digital platforms. We constantly collaborate with various organizations from different industries and sectors studying and developing their members' communication and collaboration processes and digital practices.

I advise Master's and Ph.D. Students on topics related to organizational communication. I am also a Co-PI for the profiling area "Emergent Work in the Digital Era" (EWIDE, funded by the Research Council of Finland).

Before joining University of Jyväskylä I have worked at Aalto University and spent two years as a Visiting Scholar in California, USA – at University of California, Santa Barbara, and at Stanford University.

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Research interests

My research focuses on new ways of organizing, such as remote and hybrid work, and various communication processes in digital contexts. My research interests also include organizational communication technologies and their affordances, employees’ work-life boundary management, and organizational space.

My research has been published in journals from a variety of disciplines, such as Academy of Management Annals, Human Relations, Information Technology and People, Internet Research, Journal of Communication, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, New Media and Society, and Management Communication Quarterly. This work has earned awards from the International Communication Association, National Communication Association and Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences. 

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