Norman Lewis is recognised worldwide as an expert on future trends and user behaviours with regard to technology innovation and adoption. He has spoken on these topics at events all over the world. Norman is currently a Director at PwC, responsible for running their crowd sourced innovation programme. He is a co-author of Big Potatoes: the London manifesto for innovation.
Prior to joining PwC he was chief Innovation Officer and partner at Open-Knowledge – a global consultancy on enterprise social software. He was the chief strategy officer of Wireless Grids Corporation, USA and the director of Technology Research for Orange UK, formerly the Home Division of France Telecom. He was also previously an executive board member of the MIT Communications Futures Programme, and a former chairman of the ITU TELECOM Forum Programme Committee.
Serving the Digital Generation: Innovation for a new breed of customers, Tekco2.0 initiative
INNOVATING FOR THE FUTURE: Digital Kids and the customer of the future, STL Partners, London October, 2008
Frankenstein's Daughters: from science fiction to science fact?
"The arts and humanities need to be defended and we must fight for the freedom to extend barriers, not merely to work within them. What better arena than The Battle of Ideas?"
Professor Colin Lawson, Director, Royal College of Music