Center for the Edge Lead, Norway | Nordics Coordinator, Center for the Edge
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Deloitte's Center for the Edge develops original research and substantive perspectives on new corporate growth. Founded in Silicon Valley by John Hagel and John Seely Brown in 2007, and with our EMEA headquarters in Amsterdam, we help senior executives make sense of and profit from emerging opportunities on the edge of business and technology.
Daniel Sunde-Hansen’s role is to lead the Center for the Edge’s activities in Norway. As a Ph.D. candidate, Daniel leads a new Center for the Edge research project at the edge of strategy and leadership, with Center for the Edge co-founder John Hagel as his mentor.
Before this role, Daniel served four years as Head of Innovation for Deloitte Norway, in addition to the role as Center for the Edge Manager for the Nordics. In this role, he drove long-term strategies for transformation and new growth across the Nordic region.
Daniel finalized his Master’s degree in Learning in Complex Systems (Behavioral Economics) with the paper "Making organizations innovative". While achieving a BSc degree in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Daniel also attained a three-year KaosPilot education – a business and design school and a startup lab.
Daniel writes perspectives on corporate innovation and transformation, the future of data and work and systems leadership.