Department of Management

Povl Erik Rostgaard Andersen

Associate professor emeritus

Profile photoPovl Erik Rostgaard Andersen
Associate professor emeritus
Department of Management
BSS Executive
Postal address:
Fuglesangs Allé 4
2628, M440
8210 Aarhus V, Denmark

Email: ros@mgmt.au.dk
Phone: +4587165009

Curriculum Vitae

Associate Professor
PhD, Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University, 1990
MSc, cand.oecon., Aarhus University, 1976

Research interests

  • IT strategy and the process of combining business visions with information technology
  • Information Economics and IS assessment
  • Management and control of IT and IT resources
  • Business process management

 

Teaching activities

  • Coordinator of the MSc program in Information Management at the Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University
  • Director of the program in Master in IT (Executive) at the Aarhus School of Business, Aarhus University
  • Teaching of various courses in the Information System field at diploma, bachelor and master levels
  • Supervision of PhD students

   

  CV

Selected research outputs

An Action Research Study of a Healthcare Enterprise information System at the Faroe Islands: Towards a problem-solving method for IT public value

Schlichter, B. R., Svejvig, P. & Andersen, P. E. R., 2015, Enterprise Systems: Strategic, Organizational, and Technological Dimensions. Springer, p. 111-118 (Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing).

Value Creation from Public Healthcare IS: An Action Research Study in the Faroe Islands

Schlichter, B. R., Svejvig, P. & Andersen, P. E. R., 2014, Creating Value for All Through IT: IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. Bergvall-Kåreborn, B. & Nielsen, P. A. (eds.). 1 ed. Springer VS, Vol. 429. p. 1-15 16 p. (IFIP AICT - Advances in Information and Communication technology, Vol. 429).

From business IT value to public IT value: An action research study of healthcare in the Faroe Islands

Svejvig, P., Schlichter, B. R. & Andersen, P. E. R., 2012.

Interventions during the problem -solving cycle: An action research study of emergent benefit realization from healtcare enterprise information systems in the Faroe Islands

Schlichter, B. R., Svejvig, P. & Andersen, P. E. R., 2012.

Recovering From Trust Breakdowns In Large System Implementations

Schlichter, B. R. & Andersen, P. E. R., 1 Apr 2011, In : Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research. 13, 2, p. 42-65 24 p.

Recovering from trust breakdowns in large system implementations

Rerup Schlichter, B. R. & Andersen, P. E. R., 2011, In : Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research. 13, 2, 42 p.

Setting the stage for benefit realization of healthcare IS: The voice of health professionals

Svejvig, P. & Andersen, P. E. R., 2011.

Can We Rely on Electronic Medical Record Systems to Reduce Medication Errors?

Jensen, T. B. & Andersen, P. E. R., 12 Aug 2010, In : Procedings AMCIS 2010.

Effektvurdering af EPJ/THS i det færøske sundhedsvæsen

Andersen, P. E. R., Jensen, T. B., Pedersen, D. S. & Hundahl, D., 2010, Århus: Handelshøjskolen i Århus, Institut for Ledelse. 45 p.

Recovering from trust breakdowns in large system Implementations

Schlichter, B. R. & Andersen, P. E. R., 2010. 14 p.

Evaluering af implementering af Elektronisk Patientmedicinering på danske sygehuse

Andersen, P. E. R., 2009, Sundhedssektorens digitalisering: Ledelse og effektmåling. Bygholm, A. (ed.). aalbor: Aalborg Universitet, p. 79 18 p.

Medfører elektronisk medicinordination nye fejl?

Flebbe, E., Jensen, T. B. & Andersen, P. E. R., 2009, In : Ugeskrift for Laeger. 171, 33, p. 2260-2264

Effektvurdering af Elektronisk Patientmedicinering - samlet afrapportering

Andersen, P. E. R., 2008, Aarhus: Handelshøjskolen, Aarhus Universitet. 41 p.

Effektvurdering af Elektronisk Patientmedicinering i Region Hovedstaden

Andersen, P. E. R., 2008, Århus: Handelshøjskolen, Aarhus Universitet. 35 p.

Effektvurdering af Elektronisk Patientmedicinering i Region Nordjylland

Andersen, P. E. R., 2008, Århus: Handelshøjskolen, Aarhus Universitet. 44 p.