Organisation profile

Organisation profile

REFLACT stands for reflection and action. The research group REFLACT addresses the role of the digital in new ways of organising and governing resources. We emphasise digitalisation as a way of collective becoming: an approach that understands and co-creates change in a reflective and responsible way in the human-technology ecosystems and infrastructures. 

We focus on people operating in these systems in different roles, such as, user groups, employees, citizens, and networks of stakeholders. We work with a broader spectrum of human values in addition to generating business values, and how these values interplay with digital technologies.

We conduct our research through both a reflective approach that utilises participatory and field-based methods (including digital trace data), and a proactive approach that utilises design methods as instruments to engage industry and society.

In our research, we work with real-world projects and initiatives to study, intervene and create an agenda for change and innovation in human-technology ecosystems. Currently, we are working on projects that address the role of the digital in (ordered alphabetically):

  • Collective governance in decentralized ecosystems
  • Democratic business and cooperative organisations
  • Digital platforms and vulnerability to crime
  • Global movements such as green transition and open data
  • Organising and governing data commons
  • Organizational resilience in global unrests such as pandemic
  • Refugee and mobilisation

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  • Action Research Booklet

    Wang, C. (ed.) & Juncker-Jensen, L. (ed.), May 2024, 1 ed. Copenhagen: Really Simple Syndication Press. 114 p.

    Research output: Book / Anthology / Report / Ph.D. thesisAnthologyResearchpeer-review

    Open Access
    File
  • Enacting cooperative governance in the digital era

    Nicolajsen, H. W., Baka, V. & Nielsen, L., 10 Jul 2023. 3 p.

    Research output: Contribution to conference - NOT published in proceeding or journalConference abstract for conferenceResearch

  • ESG in Fintech: An Overview

    Wang, C., Jiang, Q., Dittrich, Y. & Østerlund, C. S., Jun 2023, 50 p. Copenhagen : IT University of Copenhagen.

    Research output: Other contributionResearch

    Open Access
    File