Aleksandre Asatiani

Short bio

I am an Assistant Professor in Information Systems at the department of Applied Information Technology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. I study how digitalization changes organizational processes and the way people work. Currently, my research focuses on explainable AI, knowledge work automation, remote work, and IT sourcing. My research has appeared in academic journals, such as, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, Journal of Information Technology, and MIS Quarterly Executive. I am also a part of Swedish Center for Digital Innovation. I am actively collaborating with the Real-Time Economy Competence Center, based at Aalto University.

At the University of Gothenburg, I teach a course on digital innovation, which is a part of the Digital Leadership Master's program. I have written teaching cases related to robotic process automation and cloud computing, which have also been published in Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases.

I received my PhD from Aalto University School of Business in Finland, where I also worked as a postdoctoral researcher. Before moving to Gothenburg I worked as a lecturer at Aston Business School in the United Kingdom.