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    Magnus Lindblom
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      Entrepreneur, business developer and manager with experiences from radically improving test organisations and starting, operating and selling restaurant businesses.

      Specialties: Business and organizational development. Strategic test management in complex environments such as in banking and insurance.


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    I worked with Magnus on H&M when I was there as the Jira Tool Process och Method expert. Magnus stepped into a quite difficult role to organize work processes, but he did it, well....like a boss. Skilled and experienced in the ways of large organizations and with a great mind he navigated the challenges with ease.

    His expertise in the test field is without equal, but it is his kind and generous heart that really make Magnus special. He will always listen to you and will challenge your thoughts in the most respectful of ways. He share his knowledge whenever he can and always strive for improvement in all things he do.

    Magnus is an awesome person and I enjoyed working with him a lot.

     


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    These are some products I master. I am well experienced and consider myself skilled in using these tools in a professional capcity.

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    I worked with Magnus on H&M when I was there as the Jira Tool Process och Method expert. Magnus stepped into a quite difficult role to organize work processes, but he did it, well....like a boss. Skilled and experienced in the ways of large organizations and with a great mind he navigated the challenges with ease.

    His expertise in the test field is without equal, but it is his kind and generous heart that really make Magnus special. He will always listen to you and will challenge your thoughts in the most respectful of ways. He share his knowledge whenever he can and always strive for improvement in all things he do.

    Magnus is an awesome person and I enjoyed working with him a lot.

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