- How lasting changes are created and maintained
- How a combination of project methodology and behavior focus can create an understanding for efficient collaboration
- To always be inquisitive and look for new knowledge and new challenges
- Develop the interaction between scientists & practitioners in a diverse set of environments
Jan’s primary focus is to develop the ability of the organisation to benefit from projects. This entails seeing and managing different perspectives: structural issues, relationships issues, culture issues and many more.
The assignments usually feature implementation or vitalisation of the project model. The challenge here is to provide the organisation with tools that can generate increased projectivity without burdening the organisation or the individual employees with unwanted bureaucracy.
Jan is also a appreciated trainer/mentor and is happy to combine the foundation of project management with a behavioral perspective.
Having extensive experience from many different project environments, Jan often gets the role of a problem solver.
Jan has worked in project intense environments since 1983 and has worked as a consultant for Wenell since 1994. These environments have been diverse in terms of industries, project maturity, size, spread, culture, countries, and continents. Jan holds a M.Sc. from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and has worked as both project manager and line manager.