Agron Lasku

Partner

Education

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
CEMS M.Sc. in International Management
Stockholm School of Economics
Master in Finance, Investment and Business Administration

Past Experience

Handelsbanken Capital Markets
Account Manager and Project Leader

Agron is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, based in Stockholm, serving clients globally on strategy and organization within a wide range of industries, including Telecommunications, Information Technology, Transportation, Media, and the Public Sector. 

He is a revenue-oriented professional, experienced in building best-practice digitalization strategies that deliver or exceed committed strategic and financial targets. Agron works continuously in cross-functional settings to create, manage and empower winning teams who deliver sustainable change together with C-level executives, managers, and operative specialists. 

Agron has a passion for education, digitalization, and helping people. He is responsible for Arthur D. Little’s global Digital Education initiative and has led multiple digitalization projects for both the private and public sectors. Since 2007, Agron has driven a charity project helping children and schools in northern Albania. 
Agron is a thought leader and published author in the field of digitalization. He is also a mentor and coach for colleagues and start-up companies’ management teams.

Examples of his work include:

  • Project leader for a growth strategy for a leading Nordic Media Conglomerate 
  • Project leader for the development of a global Smart-City strategy for a world-leading ICT company
  • Project leader for an analysis of key change mechanisms of the ICT impact on society to envision the digitalized society of 2020 for a world-leading ICT company
  • Project leader for a Pan-Nordic telecommunication services procurement strategy and implementation for 15 portfolio companies for a leading Private Equity firm 

Recent Publications

The Digital Nation – Lessons in building a successful digital economy
The pandemic has turbocharged digitalization across industries and countries, stress testing existing national strategies and bringing any gaps and shortcomings into sharp focus. Drawing on the example of digital leader Sweden, this article focuses on the wider lessons that every country can learn, and the capabilities required to build effective and successful digital nations moving forward.
Accelerating post-pandemic e-learning
An opportunity to establish a sustainable digital education system
Now is the time for healthcare providers to get into IoT
Seizing the IoT opportunity in the 5G era
In light of accelerated industrial digitalization, there is a consensus that the IoT market has significant, yet untapped, potential. This potential seems more reachable with the arrival of 5G capabilities such as vastly improved speeds and reduced latency, all of which are poised to accelerate the adoption of IoT solutions across industry sectors. Over the next few months, Arthur D. Little will publish a series of viewpoints with insights on how to capture and scale this opportunity.
Realizing the potential of the Internet of Things with 5G
Despite the hype, the Internet of Things (IoT) has yet to deliver its promised benefits to industrial companies. The advent of 5G removes many of the technical barriers to its successful adoption, accelerating digitalization. However, as this article explains, realizing the potential of the IoT requires businesses to focus first on their needs and then on the available options to implement the best solutions for future success.

Agron is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, based in Stockholm, serving clients globally on strategy and organization within a wide range of industries, including Telecommunications, Information Technology, Transportation, Media, and the Public Sector. 

He is a revenue-oriented professional, experienced in building best-practice digitalization strategies that deliver or exceed committed strategic and financial targets. Agron works continuously in cross-functional settings to create, manage and empower winning teams who deliver sustainable change together with C-level executives, managers, and operative specialists. 

Agron has a passion for education, digitalization, and helping people. He is responsible for Arthur D. Little’s global Digital Education initiative and has led multiple digitalization projects for both the private and public sectors. Since 2007, Agron has driven a charity project helping children and schools in northern Albania. 
Agron is a thought leader and published author in the field of digitalization. He is also a mentor and coach for colleagues and start-up companies’ management teams.

Examples of his work include:

  • Project leader for a growth strategy for a leading Nordic Media Conglomerate 
  • Project leader for the development of a global Smart-City strategy for a world-leading ICT company
  • Project leader for an analysis of key change mechanisms of the ICT impact on society to envision the digitalized society of 2020 for a world-leading ICT company
  • Project leader for a Pan-Nordic telecommunication services procurement strategy and implementation for 15 portfolio companies for a leading Private Equity firm 

Recent Publications

The Digital Nation – Lessons in building a successful digital economy
The pandemic has turbocharged digitalization across industries and countries, stress testing existing national strategies and bringing any gaps and shortcomings into sharp focus. Drawing on the example of digital leader Sweden, this article focuses on the wider lessons that every country can learn, and the capabilities required to build effective and successful digital nations moving forward.
Accelerating post-pandemic e-learning
An opportunity to establish a sustainable digital education system
Now is the time for healthcare providers to get into IoT
Seizing the IoT opportunity in the 5G era
In light of accelerated industrial digitalization, there is a consensus that the IoT market has significant, yet untapped, potential. This potential seems more reachable with the arrival of 5G capabilities such as vastly improved speeds and reduced latency, all of which are poised to accelerate the adoption of IoT solutions across industry sectors. Over the next few months, Arthur D. Little will publish a series of viewpoints with insights on how to capture and scale this opportunity.
Realizing the potential of the Internet of Things with 5G
Despite the hype, the Internet of Things (IoT) has yet to deliver its promised benefits to industrial companies. The advent of 5G removes many of the technical barriers to its successful adoption, accelerating digitalization. However, as this article explains, realizing the potential of the IoT requires businesses to focus first on their needs and then on the available options to implement the best solutions for future success.

More About Agron
  • The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
    CEMS M.Sc. in International Management
  • Stockholm School of Economics
    Master in Finance, Investment and Business Administration
  • Handelsbanken Capital Markets
    Account Manager and Project Leader