Ari Kuismin is a Doctoral Candidate at the Aalto University School of Business, Finland. His research focuses on the changing forms of work and organizing especially from the perspectives of space and rhythms. His work draws on ethnographic and affective approaches. In addition to doing research, Kuismin teaches organizational communication related courses for both BSc and MSc students.
I’m a Doctoral Candidate studying the social and material embeddedness of entrepreneurial activity.
In my thesis I focus on emerging entrepreneurial practices in academic context and the implications thereof, particularly in terms of space, gender and embodiment. I'm especially interested in ethnographic and ethnomethodological approaches to organizational activities and phenomena.
I also work for interdisciplinary research projects, most recently for 'Agile co-creation practices for business development', where we generated new knowledge of the co-creation practice(s) of business development that take place in the interaction between service providers and their customers.
In Spring 2016, I'm teaching the course 75E11000 - Corporate Communication Research (6 ECTS) together with Niina Erkama.
I have previously worked as a researcher at the University of Helsinki, where I also obtained my M.Sc. in Consumer Economics. My research focused on questions of consumer culture and especially service consumption.
I have previously worked as a researcher and a visiting lecturer at the University of Helsinki, where I also obtained my M.Sc. in Consumer Economics. My research focused on questions of consumer culture and especially service consumption.
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