Nataliya Berbyuk Lindström

Nataliya earned her PhD in General Linguistics from the University of Gothenburg in 2009. Her research encompasses digital transformation, collaboration, institutional entrepreneurship, and agile work methodologies, with a specific emphasis on the utilization and impact of AI on work processes across both business and public sectors, spanning Sweden and international contexts.

Drawing from her background in general linguistics and communication, Nataliya offers a distinctive perspective to her research. She explores how communication technologies influence digital resilience in individuals and organizations. Employing an interdisciplinary approach, she delves into strategies to navigate and excel in the rapidly evolving digital landscape, providing insights to enhance adaptability and resilience in an increasingly digitized world.

Furthermore, Nataliya has recently expanded her research to investigate the concept of twin transition. This involves examining how digital technology can facilitate sustainability goals within the Urban Twin Transition Center (UTTC).