Kristine’s research in the dynamic between technology and the way that people work has been a focus of her publications and teaching for the last fifteen years. Currently she is investigating the design and management of the workplace to understand how organisations use digital capabilities internally to create more effective ways of working, and the impact of new ways of engaging with talent in the digital era. This work has stemmed from a historical research focus on the relationship between HRM and IT, Mobile Connectivity, Human Resource Information Systems, Gamification, and Remote Working.
Kristine previously held management roles in the tourism and airline industries in Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. She is based in Sydney, Australia and is responsible for fostering MIT CISR research relationships with companies in Australia and New Zealand.
Kristine Dery uses a financial services firm to show where staff and customer needs intersect
Kristine Dery discusses how to deliver an experience for your employees that will enable them, not simply to survive, but to thrive in a new world of distributed work. This session draws on MIT...
Motivating employees to embrace technology can be tough. Kristine Dery discusses why a cookie-cutter approach won't work.
Taking agile to scale is major departure from the traditional command-and-control style — and it’s becoming increasingly popular. But you can’t do this halfway. Here’s what to know before you dive in.
With digital skills in short supply, companies must rethink the ways they engage with key talent.
CIOs and other executives discuss cracking the gender-diversity problem in IT at the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium.
Becoming a More Digitally Savvy Board Member
Kristine Dery discusses how to deliver an experience for your employees that will enable them, not simply to survive, but to thrive in a new world of distributed work. This session draws on MIT CISR research to learn more about what it takes to lead a fully distributed workforce, explore what high -performing companies are doing to design their new Covid19 employee experience, and consider what impact the lessons learned are likely to have on the post Covid19 ways of working.
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