Paul Levy is a social scientist,. He is the author of the book Digital Inferno, which is a practical book about Digital Mastery.
He is currently completing a sequel book that focuses on the concepts of "natural" and "artificial" in a digital context and how the changing nature and use of technology positively and negatively affects personal, social and organisational life,
He is a writer, senior researcher at CENTRIM, The Centre for Change, Enterprise and Innovation Management Research at the University of Brighton. He has facilitated conferences for Digital Leadership Group and the Bitcoin and Blockchain Leadership Forum.
He has written articles for journals, conference, newspapers and magazines. You can visit his other web sites at: http://www.digitaldeepdive.co.uk and http://www.cats3000.com where you can find most of his writings.
His current research focuses on digital mastery, including personal and professional skills in using digital devices at home and at work. He is currently also working on a research project exploring the border between physical and digital processes such as writing and the use of online and face to face meetings.
Paul is also engaged in research into Digital Leadership skills which he recently presented at the University of Ulster.
His wider research interests include innovation management, change management and digital technology in the arts.