Enterprise Social Platform consultant with TIBCO tibbr
- Austin, Texas (Austin, Texas Area)
- Management Consulting
Lars Plougmann's Overview
- enterprise adoption strategist at TIBCO
Lars Plougmann's Summary
I have 15+ years experience defining and driving strategic technology-enabled business change. A strong background in enterprise new technology adoption and process design.
In most of my roles I have worked directly with clients, employing a consultative approach. I usually straddle business and tech teams to secure valuable outcomes. I often find myself becoming a trusted advisor to clients while at the same time making sure their feedback and market intelligence is relayed back to Design and Engineering teams to improve products and services.
Lars Plougmann's Experience
enterprise adoption strategist
Public Company; 1001-5000 employees; TIBX; Computer Software industry
October 2011 – Present (3 years)
Part of the tibbr professional services team, working with some of our largest clients to maximize the value they get from their investment in an Enterprise Social Network. Playing an active role in planning and executing the roll-out, identifying use cases with high benefit potential, engaging directly with business users and leaders to drive value from adoption. Straddling business and tech teams to ensure the user experience supports programme goals.
Privately Held; 201-500 employees; Marketing and Advertising industry
June 2010 – June 2011 (1 year 1 month) Austin, Texas Area
Moved to the US to work out of the Austin office after Dachis Group acquired Headshift.
Worked on the Internal Social Business (Enterprise 2.0) team, predominantly in the Finance sector. Projects for clients included Workforce Collaboration Strategy, Social Business Process Design, Social Business Platform vendor selection.
Contributor to the Social Business Council.
Head of Consulting
Privately Held; 11-50 employees; Management Consulting industry
April 2007 – June 2010 (3 years 3 months) London, United Kingdom
Enterprise 2.0 / Web 2.0 consulting firm making innovative use of social computing for business benefit. Responsibilities include managing the consulting team, marketing, business development, recruiting, contract negotiation, consulting and project management. Member of the Headshift management team.
Social software and process consultant
May 2006 – April 2007 (1 year) London, United Kingdom
Consulting for clients with knowledge intensive processes; bringing collaboration to large and small enterprises.
Speaker at the Collaborative Technologies Conference 2006 in Boston (subsequently renamed Enterprise 2.0 Conference).
Market strategy manager and consultant
Privately Held; 11-50 employees; Information Technology and Services industry
January 2005 – May 2006 (1 year 5 months) London, United Kingdom
Defined Aptus's Information Asset Management thinking as a unifying set of principles for the firm's content management consulting and implementation services. Built consistent marketing messages and launched new website built on open source technology.
Consulted for clients on collaboration strategy.
Partnership; 5001-10,000 employees; Law Practice industry
October 2001 – December 2004 (3 years 3 months) London, United Kingdom
Idea generation and project management. Capitalising on opportunities for making innovative and profitable use of new technology, employing superior collaboration tools to better service the firm's clients and increase profitability.
Privately Held; 1001-5000 employees; Management Consulting industry
March 1996 – September 2001 (5 years 7 months) Copenhagen Area, Denmark; London, UK
Worked in the IT Strategy practice in London and Copenhagen. Assignments in the areas of collaboration, content management, e-commerce, knowledge management, litigation support and programme management. Accepted early on into the PA fast track career development programme.
Lars Plougmann's Skills & Expertise
- Social Business
- Enterprise 2.0
- Unmanned Vehicles
- IT Strategy
- Program Management
- Team Leadership
- Web 2.0
- Project Delivery
- Enterprise Social Networking
- Knowledge Management
- Enterprise Architecture
- Cloud Computing
- Change Management
- Professional Services
- Social Business Strategy
- Project Management
- Strategy Implementation
- Technology Adoption
- Game Theory
- Management Consulting
- Workforce Collaboration Strategy
- Enterprise social adoption
- Business Process Improvement
- Business Transformation
- Software Project Management
- Strategy Development
- Legal Technology
- Use Case Analysis
- Enterprise Software
- Remote Sensing
- Work Patterns
- Product Management