Martin Risgaard Rasmussen
|“Martin? He’s working with computers so he must be an IT guy”. This is how I’m often introduced to others and yes. I guess I do work with computers but don’t we all? And if that is the criteria for being IT folks, we all work in IT…
Truth is that I see where this comes from. Since 2001 I have been working with the internet and my roles have ranged from designing websites to managing database projects and other interesting tasks. Since 2007 I have specialised in intranets and what today is known as “The Digital Workplace” with all that it entails. Some of the labels I have worn in this period has been digital manager, webmaster, and application consultant. Regardless of the label, the thing that has remained unchanged is my passion for helping people unlock the value of new tools in their every day work – and to help organisations navigate through the maze that is managing the change that this brings.
As a part of (and also outside) my day job I have been fortunate to build a wide network in the area of social business and digital workplace and to highlight a few notable results I was one of the charter members of Change Agents Worldwide and have served two terms on the advisory board for the annual Digital Workplace Trends survey.
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