NormannPartners is an international consulting firm that focuses on innovation, strategy and scenarios. We are regularly sought by organisations that operate in turbulent business environments.
Our skill is in illuminating complex issues, to create innovations that translate into top-line growth. Our close relationship with the University of Oxford keeps us at the forefront of thinking.
Our competences cover scenario planning, strategy, war gaming, business design and innovation, value creating systems, service and solution design, and market research.
We are world-class in the practice of scenarios and the art of co-producing strategy in the service economy and the industrial sector. NormannPartners is the ‘home’ of value creating systems thinking.
Helping our clients create value
We help our clients with strategic issues:
- identifying new ways to grow
- enhancing long-term strategic thinking
- improving strategic dialogues with clients and other stakeholders
- creating new business models and services, and testing them for strategic robustness
- making R&D and innovation truly creative – and more effective
NormannPartners has offices in Stockholm and in London.
Special Recent Posts
March 12th, 2014
We are pleased to welcome Juan Garin as an associate colleague. Juan specialises in applying scenarios to helping organisations develop integrated and robust strategies, and manage risks across a range of business sectors and functions. Juan graduated with a B.Eng from Concordia University, Montreal, and an MBA from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.
March 6th, 2014
We are pleased to welcome Hélène De Villiers as an associate colleague. Hélène has worked extensively in organisational resilience, scenario thinking and leadership perspective across a range of business sectors, statutory bodies, and public interest initiatives. She is a graduate of the University of Stellenbosch and Wits Business School. Based in the Geneva region she will be linked to our London Office.
February 11th, 2014
Professor Nils Brunsson gave the fourth Richard Normann Lecture on February 5th, 2014 at Green Templeton College, Oxford University. The topic was “Organizing the World”. Professor Brunsson, from Uppsala University, highlighted how a significant proportion of order in the world is created by other types of organizations than the formal organizations that the mainstream theory is built on and for. Meta-organizations and partial organizations play a crucial role in the present world.