ANDOVER, Mass., Sept. 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Human 1.0, an international business innovation firm helping clients understand, adopt and execute social business strategies, is pleased to announce the addition of Dan Keldsen to the Human 1.0 Tribe. Dan joins Human 1.0 as a Partner and will serve as the enterprise client services expert, supporting the innovation and insights team.
Coming from three years as Co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer at Information Architected, he has keynoted, presented and run workshops nearly a dozen times for the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in the US - beginning with the first year of the conference through today. He has co-written/researched the earliest Enterprise 2.0 Adoption and "State of the Union" research in 2008-2009, and was ranked as one of the Top 5 Most Influential Enterprise 2.0 Bloggers in 2010 by SeekOmega.
In the Innovation space, he is known for years worth of Innovation research and interviews (over 70 published interviews to this date), as well as serving as a frequent innovation workshop and consultant, using methodologies as equally applicable to the Fortune 50 as they are to children (literally). He has served as an Innovation Expert judge for three years in the Innovation Challenge run by Skild (an MBA-based crowdsourcing challenge).
Dan, of Distantly Danish and Quaker heritage, believes in the marriage of function and form, and believes it's not only possible, but also necessary to marry the scientific method with psychology and behavioral work, in order to truly get things done as real humans in 2011 and beyond.
He graduated Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music in Boston, studying songwriting and music synthesis production, winning two songwriting awards (with co-writers), the Peter Gabriel Music Synthesis Production scholarship, and is still active in music, serving as a strategic advisor and acting Director of Audience Engagement for the YouBloom Music Awards program, associated with industry legends, Bob Geldof, Nigel Grainge and Rupert Hine.
SOURCE Human 1.0