• Christian Møller Jensen
4. term, Techno-Anthropology, Master (Master Programme)
This report summarises a Master’s thesis at the study programme of Techno-Anthropology. The project is undertaken in collaboration with the public waste collection unit Aalborg Renovation. The overall theme of the project is project management. The study has been focusing on gathering experiences from a large project, ``Aalborg uden affald'' where Aalborg Renovation is deeply involved. Here fieldwork has been undertaken from inside the organisation. The project takes its methodological standpoint in ethnographic and participatory methods and uses theoretical inspiration from theories on Projects-as-Practice, Actor-Network Theory, and a framework on Techno-Anthropological competences. The report concludes, that socio technical approaches should play an important role in several project management activities in public sector organisations, and develops a framework for Techno-Anthropological project management through a discussion on seven project management activities that the Techno-Anthropologist should be able to undertake.
Publication date2 Jun 2017
Number of pages67
External collaboratorAalborg Forsyning, Renovation
Sekretariatsleder Rasmus Simonsen rasmus.simonsen@aalborg.dj
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