Jan Johansson

Title: Professor
Organization: Luleå University of Technology
Department: Department of Business Administration, Technology and Social Sciences
Division: Human Work Science
Research Area: Industrial Work Environment
Email: jan.johansson@ltu.se
Phone: +46 (0)920 491412
Room: O107 - show on map »
City: Luleå

I'm the head of the Department of Business Administration, Technology and Social Sciences. I am also leading a big division in Industrial Work Environment. You will find further information on me in my CV (see below)).

Research at the Division of Industrial Work Environment is carried on in cooperation with large and small companies and organisations, both manufacturing companies and service companies, in the public as well as the private sector. We are for example running a number of projects in heavy process industries (pulp and paper, steel and mining) and the engineering industry. But we also have many research projects in health care and medical treatment, upper secondary school, and vocational education. Many projects have a theoretical foundation while others are more applied. Thematically, our projects can be described in terms of areas, which may appear to be quite different but are often interrelated and overlapping

Work environment, workplace design and production systems

A common point of departure is a holistic view of work, people and technology. This means, for example, development of methods for planning and designing production systems that are sustainable in the long term, work organisation and workplaces adapted to human conditions and prerequisites. For example, the development and application of methods for ergonomically designed workplaces using risk analyses, work analyses, ergonomic analyses, models, and computer simulation. A relatively large number of projects deal with work environment and work environment management, for example research in systematic work environment management in small business.

Work organisation, change processes, and learning

Issues related to work organisation are studied at different levels – the individual, the organisation, the company, the labour market and the training and education systems. Other areas studied may also include change and implementation processes, methods for change, learning, user participation and involvement, alongside the development and application of interactive methods. Several projects address different aspects of competence development, learning at work, individual learning, and organisational learning. Many projects deal with changing conditions in the labour market, new qualification requirements, and new needs with regard to basic and vocational education.

Gender research

The division has a number of projects sharing a gender research perspective although they have different content, for example research on gender and work organisation, gender and technology, and women’s work and their situation in the labour market and at companies.

CV Professor Jan Johansson (pdf)

CV professor Jan Johansson

[http://www.ltu.se /cms_fs/1.11136!/file/CV%20Professor%20Jan%20Johansson.pdf]

Publications

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  1. 100 år av långsamhet: En exposé över begreppet psykosocial arbetsmiljö

    Abrahamsson, L.&Johansson, J.Jun 2013 In :Arbetsmarknad & Arbetsliv .19 ,2 ,p. 9-2618 p.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  2. If you can’t beat them, join them?: The Swedish trade union movement and lean production

    Johansson, J. ,Abrahamsson, L.&Johansson, S.2013 In :Journal of Industrial Relations .55 ,3 ,p. 445-46016 p.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  3. One hundred years if Inertia: an exposé of the concept of the psychosocial work environment in Swedish policy and research

    Abrahamsson, L.&Johansson, J.2013 In :Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies .3 ,1 ,p. 5-2925 p.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  4. Future metal mining: a research overview

    Johansson, J. ,Abrahamsson, L.&Johansson, B.2012Proceedings of MPES 2012.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings

  5. Keyword mingling workshop: a method for identifying and consolidating industrially perceived needs and requirements of future operators

    Berlin, C., Andersson, J., Fasth, Å.,Grane, C. ,Abrahamsson, L. ,Johansson, J. , Osvalder, A-L. & Stahre, J.2012Swedish Production Symposium, SPS12: Proceedings.6 p.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings

  6. The operator of the future – a key to competitive industry in a future information society

    Grane, C. ,Abrahamsson, L. , Andersson, J., Berlin, C., Fasth, Å.,Johansson, J. , Stahre, J. & Osvalder, A-L.2012Swedish Production Symposium, SPS12: Proceedings.5 p.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings

  7. Using systemic approach to identify performance enhancing strategies of rock drilling activity in deep mines

    Sanda, M-A. ,Johansson, J. ,Johansson, B.&Abrahamsson, L.2012Advances in Cognitive Engineering and Neuroergonomics. Stanney, K. M. & Hale, K. S. (eds.). Boca Raton:CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group ,Ch. 15 ,p. 135 - 14410 p.

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings

  8. Attractive workplaces in future deep metal mining

    Johansson, B. ,Johansson, J.&Abrahamsson, L.2011

    Publication: Research - peer-reviewConference paper

  9. Attraktiva arbetsplatser i framtidens gruva

    Johansson, B. ,Johansson, J.&Abrahamsson, L.2011

    Publication: ResearchConference abstract for conference

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Published: 28 August 2006

Updated: 30 January 2014

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