Kristine Dery leads MIT CISR’s research on the Digital Workplace, Employee Experience and Talent for Digital. Drawing on qualitative and quantitative data, she examines how top performing organizations: (1) design and manage the digital workplace to deliver greater employee experience (and greater business value), and (2) build competitive workplaces that attract and foster talent in the digital era.
Kristine’s research focus on HRM and IS has generated publications on mobile connectivity, the strategic impact of HRIS, gamification and recruitment, and the management of remote workers.
Previously Kristine was a lead HRIS researcher at the University of Sydney. She co-founded the Digital Disruption Research Group, and has previously held management roles in the tourism, hotel and airline industries in Australia, NZ and the UK. She holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Auckland, an MBA from Melbourne Business School, and a PhD from the University of Melbourne.