Leif Edvinsson is a key pioneering contributor to the theory and practice of Intellectual Capital (IC). The World’s First director of IC in 1991. The World’s First Professor of IC at Lund University as well as Polytechnic University. Prototyping in 1996 the Skandia Future Center as Lab for Organisational design. In 1998, awarded by Brain Trust “Brain of the Year” award, in the UK. Listed in Who’s Who in the World. Associate member of The Club of Rome.
Cofounder and Founding Chairman of The New Club of Paris. In 2013 awarded the Thought Leader Award by European Commission, Intel, and Peter Drucker Association. In 2015 appointed Advisory Board to JIN – the Japan Innovation Network. Appointed 2016 to the Advisory Board of Norway Open Innovation Forum. In 2017 Awarded the KM Award, in Geneva at the UN, by www.km-a.net.