BlinkLane Consulting

Andres Jansen

Andres Jansen (1976) is a senior consultant at BlinkLane. Andres has 15+ years of experience as a consultant, specialized in innovation and IT. Recent years he focused on organizational transformation, making organizations controllable, more agile and action-oriented. Andres favors an analytical approach to problem-solving, without losing sight of pragmatic solutions. He easily adapts, secures stakeholder support and masters complex situations. Andres fulfills the role of coach, consultant, trainer or interim manager in both profit and non-profit sectors. His enthusiastic, creative and entrepreneurial attitude help him to realize ambitions. His effective communication skills make Andres a competent presenter and sparring partner at all levels.

Position

Senior Consultant

Expertise

  • Business agility
  • Strategy mapping -alignment & -execution
  • Business intelligence
  • Information management
  • Project portfolio management & -execution

Career

  • 2015 – now     BlinkLane Consulting
  • 2007 – 2015    Decido
  • 2004 – 2007    Ordina VisionWorks
  • 2002 – 2004    Ben Tiggelaar
  • 2000 – 2001    Media Plaza

Education

  • BSc in Business Engineering – University of applied sciences, Utrecht
  • MSc in Business Administration – Radboud University, Nijmegen

The ABC of reporting for agile organizations (part 1)

Posted by Andres Jansen on December 30th, 2015

Part 1: Does management reporting conflict with a transition to agile?  Part 2: The power of reporting for agile organizations! (Jan-2016) In agile-adopting organizations, I am often consulted on the value of management reporting. Is it agile to have teams frequently reporting … Read more

Mismatch: Servant Leadership & Agile Transformation

Posted by Andres Jansen on December 7th, 2015

Mismatch: Servant Leadership and Transformation to Agile What is the right type of leadership, transforming to Agile? Start with a strong traditional leader. ‘Servant leadership’ is one of those magic Agile answers to all kind of questions raised by managers, trying … Read more