PARTNER AT THE IMPACT LAB
Dr Lidia Gryszkiewicz has 15+ years of consulting experience with Arthur D. Little, PricewaterhouseCoopers and KPMG, and as the co-founding partner of The Impact Lab, the latter with strong focus on cultural sector and policy innovation. For instance, Lidia helped establish the Impact Research programme of the European Capital of Culture 2022 to be held in the region of Luxembourg, with a robust research plan spanning identified 170+ internal and external data sources, research agreements with research institutes and academia, market research companies, international media analytics agencies, national statistical office and independent statistics expert in culture, mayors and cultural departments of several cities, ministry of culture, owners of 150+ international cultural projects, etc.
Other experience includes work with both leading and local museums in Luxembourg to develop strategic plans and concepts based on in-depth qualitative and quantitative research and according to the latest social, environmental, technological and economic trends. Lidia has also been regularly hired as independent expert for the European Commission, European Education and Culture Executive Agency, Research Executive Agency, European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), national governments and more. She holds a PhD in innovation management (economics and social sciences) and two Master’s degrees in business administration, along with certificates from the Oxford and Harvard universities on impact and creating shared value, respectively.