Niels Bergervoet (1983) is a consultant at BlinkLane. He holds a master’s degree in New Media & Digital Culture from the University of Utrecht and a master’s degree in Art History from the Radboud University. He worked for years as an IT-consultant in roles such as portfolio manager, project leader and change manager. Currently he focusses on the digital transformation of organizations, by using innovative business models and Agile ways of working. Niels always strives to improve himself, not only by educating himself, but also by blogging and training others. His eagerness to learn and his broad knowledge make that he can quickly understand complex situations. And his flexibility and communication skills make it easy for him to adapt to new teams and organizations.
- Digital strategy
- Innovation and venturing
- Business model innovation
- Scaling agile
- 2016 – now BlinkLane Consulting
- 2012 – 2016 Strict Consultancy
- 2010 – 2012 Ajilon
- Master in New Media & Digital Culture at University of Utrecht
- Master in Art History at Radboud University
Uncertainty is out to get you
Certainty is an illusion Something we humans find difficult to understand is uncertainty. We live in the illusion that our world is certain and that we can predict the future. We believe this so badly that we even created whole … Read more
Working from home has reached its peak
In the western world we really like to work from home, more than 60% of companies in the EU have employees that work from home. And why not? It gives employees flexibility, saves the office money, and makes it possible … Read more
Should we use AI to automate everything?
In the last few weeks there were two pieces on how we as a mankind should be weary to give too much control to artificial intelligence (AI). One by the The Guardian and one by the director of the Rathenau … Read more
Scrum: Book Review
The godfather of Scrum Jeff Sutherland, one of the godfathers of Scrum, wrote this book together with his son. And it is not meant for Scrum-experts, but for people who are new to this Agile methodology. And preferably don’t even … Read more
Did Social Media live up to the expectations?
In 2010, Social Media was booming. Every respectable company or governmental organization needed a Twitter account, a Pinterest board and a social media department to contact customers. Social media consultants were advising companies in social media strategies and a congress … Read more