Mogens Hagelskær | CEO
Odense Tramway | Denmark

Mogens Hagelskær, CEO, Odense Tramway

With an education from Executive Management Programme INSEAD and MSP – Managing Successful Programs/AMP Group, Mogens Hagelskær has a strong background and the skillset to manage the complexity sur-rounding the planning and construction of Odense Tramway. 
Prior to his job at Odense Tramway, Mogens was the head of Danish Railway Company Travelling Agency/DSB, this including large scale transformation, strategic focus and program management. 
Mogens comes highly recommended from both current and former employees and business associates, being a leader with a professional business skillset both motivating, coaching and educating teams around him. 

Mogens has since 2012 been head of the construction company Odense Tramway one of the most com-plex projects in Denmark. Since his beginning, the organization has grown from 4 employees at a project office at the Municipality, to be an independent construction company with approximately 100 in the core staff. 

The entire project has a total budget of nearly three billion DKKR and a construction length of 14,5 kilome-ters. 

Odense Tramways first alignment is set to open in 2020


World Metro Rail Congress Day 1 @ 15:45

Panel Debate: Funding the next revolution in urban rail

  • Contrasting three unique funding techniques
  • Gathering political and public consensus to increase awareness and momentum
  • The power of consortiums in achieving infrastructure upgrades

World Metro Rail Congress Day 2 @ 12:00

Global Project Roundtables

At each round table, the project leader will talk for 5 minutes, following the format as below
  • Project introduction, highlighting particular challenges specific to that project
  • Project progress, emphasising supplier and partner relations
  • Project summary – what would we do differently if we tackled this project again?
The table will then move on to discussion for 25 minutes.
There will then be one rotation, giving participants the opportunity to have joined two round tables in total

Transforming and organizing stakeholder management in large-scale projects

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