The very human face of PANDORA's digital workplace story

Rising to the challenge of rapid LMS implementation in order to meet the demands of a growing organization: 
Modern organizations require individuals to have new job roles, new responsibilities and, thus, new skill sets to perform successfully now and to deliver in the future. But does your organization have the right tools to deliver against their strategy? Can you support the digital transformation happening within your business? You don’t have to fear change, or be overwhelmed by the process. You can succeed and deliver value to your organization but you need to know how to set yourself up for success. In this presentation you will learn about the Brandon Hall award winning case of Pandora, and the key lessons from implementing a new learning management system and experience platform within just 6 weeks, including:
•             Acknowledging a need for change and setting ourselves up for a successful journey
•             The importance of accepting compromises in a demanding change process
•             Focus on the learner experience

Niels H. Rasmussen

Global Digital Learning Manager
As the global digital learning manager Niels Rasmussen is responsible for selecting and implementing new learning solutions across all regions and learner groups in PANDORA. This began with a new LMS platform for 46.000 learners and has continued with exploring everything from traditional tools to modern techniques.
His focus is on creating the link between the learners and the skills and knowledge they need in order to drive performance. Previously Niels has worked with learning solutions for 8 years, including for DONG Energy (Ørsted), Lundbeck and PwC before joining PANDORA in 2016


Global LMS Specialist
As the global system owner of PANDORA’s LMS Lene Marie is responsible for taking care of operational performance of a Learning Management System. This include updating and maintaining the system, the learner database, and the learner interface, overseeing integration with other systems, working with and training local admins, setting and enforcing global standards, promoting the system, global tech support, and the continued implementation and utilisation of the system. Lene Marie has worked with learning since 2008 and moved her focus to Learning Management Systems since 2010.