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, 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 27th, 2013
NP colleagues Rafael Ramírez and Riku Österman, with Daniel Grönquist, published a paper, "Scenarios and early warning systems as dynamic capabilities to frame managerial attention," on the use of scenarios in the EWS arena with cases from Nokia and Statoil. The article was published in Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Volume 80, Issue 4, pp 825-838, May 2013.
February 12th, 2013
Fredrik Lavén has been invited by the Scandinavian Consortium for Organizational Research to work at Stanford University as a visiting scholar during the spring of 2013. His research focuses on organising innovation in the entertainment and logistics industries. Do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
February 12th, 2013
Shirin Elahi has been chosen to be one of four members of the international sounding board for the Foresight process of the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF). With a time horizon of 15 years, BMBF Foresight casts a long-range look into the future in order to provide guidance for early agenda setting and prioritization in German research and innovation policy. The process is carried out cyclically, in several phases: search and analysis, transfer, and preparation of the next cycle.