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Lars R. Andersen

 

Freelance CIO/CTO  •  Management consultant  •  Project manager  •  IT architect

 

  • Presently working as interim project director with Norlys.
  • Flexible, hands-on, experienced and cost-effictive support.
  • Specific competences within IT management and mobile networks
  • Selected experience available in free white papers

 

Please note that the information here contains my personal viewpoints and not those of any present or previous employer

 

 

Working as an consultant or interim manager through various settings, I use this page to represent selected points of view and personal competencies. The page is divided into the following subsections:

 

 

As part of this, I write the occasional white paper that presents a more detailed perspective. These can be found on the individual sub-pages or at the end of this page.

 

 

Engagement characteristics

FlexibleAdapting effort and timeline to fit engagement requirements.
Hands-onWorking with the details as required.
ManagementOverseeing projects and keeping management perspective.
LeverageActivate internal resource and skills or selected other externals as required.
Performange guaranteeI give performance/satisfaction guarantee on my work.
References are available upon request.
 

Experience

2019-2023Interim project director (VP) at Norlys
2012-2019Independent consultant (working at own, through other consultancies or as interim manager)
2003-2012CIO/CTO at Telenor Denmark (Cybercity/Sonofon)
1992-2003Consultant primarily with Accenture working within IT strategy, implementation and transformation
1985-1992System developer, project manager
 

Education

2017PRINCE2 Practitioner
1998-2012MITS at SIMI, courses at London Business School.
1990-1994Graduate Diploma (HD-R), Copenhagen Business School
1983-1989Master of Science, Computer Science and Mathematics, University of Copenhagen

 

White papers

IT TransformationIT transformation with particular focus on the requirements within Telecommunications
Mobile network sharingStructured approach to entering into a network sharing agreement.
Cross-border IT - why it rarely works.While intuitively obvious, sharing IT systems across business units and countries presents many challenges. This document explores the reasons why and what may be done about it.
Value-focused procurement processProcuring complex technical items like IT systems, managed services or complex networks always faces the specification trap. This document explores ways to avoid that trap, leveraging vendor competencies to design the right solution.

 

 

My full CV is available on linkedin