I am 39 years old and live at Varingskollen in Nittedal with my wife, my son of 3 years, daughter of 6 years and stepson of 13 years.
I have always had an interest in the internet and web pages, I made my first web page on Geocities before it was common to have a home PC. After high school, I took my Bachelor’s degree in web communication at NITH in Oslo, I got a permanent job in the company that I collaborated with during my bachelor thesis. I worked for a few years as a front end developer and consultant.
I was then headhunted by Telenor to help start a new telecom company for small and medium-sized companies, Dipper. This was an exciting journey, with short deadlines and high demands. We delivered above all expectations and launched the company according to plan.
I was later hired as a technical project manager at Svea Finans, a company that has since gone from being a small challenger in the financial industry to being one of the biggest, especially when it comes to IT solutions and good integrations. A journey I am glad to have been allowed to take part in.
I currently work as a technical project manager at Degree AS, one of Norway’s leading companies in B2B e-commerce solutions.
I consider myself a sociable and positive person with a will to stand up and who gives a little extra for every delivery to be perfect, every time. My friends and co-workers may describe me as social, creative and solution-oriented, always with a twinkle in my eye.
I’m a self-proclaimed gadget freak and audiophile, like all sorts of technical gadgets and am a fan of good sound, whether at home or in a car. I work on cars in my spare time and im often at events with my cars, have even won a number of awards in show and shine during the years.
The center stage effect
I have found that when having to ask a client/product owner for more time to complete a part of the project it is usually good
Sprints and deliveries
In my work as a project manager I have come across many different approaches and best practices when it comes to how to run a
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