Business Learning

Make our education system relevant for the 21st Century

In my role as an educator working on Post Graduate Masters courses here in the UK and abroad, I often see iGen students (aka Gen Z: born 1996 to 2009) in their early 20’s in my classes from around the world.  Many have grown up with education systems similar to what is being highlighted by …

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Using an online media space to share information and key learning

With the growth of online chat areas and the use of social media platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Yammer, YouTube, VKontakte, Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest, MySpace, Tencent QQ, WeChat, Renren, Youku, Xing and various others; you would think that by now, we’d all be quite adept at sharing information online with our friends and work …

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Collaborative working across cultural boundaries

One of the hardest things to do when you’re an independent practitioner, is to once again work in a collaborative team.  Hard because if you no longer work in an organisation with a fixed team, and have begun to work for yourself, you’ll be used to doing things your way.  Day-to-day things like how you organise your …

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