While we analyze today’s education & industry, or the concept of “#Education4.0”, we also need to watch out for changes in the very #Baseline of industry practices, and as routine ecosystems are being reset with newer versions at a faster pace.
Shapers and leaders in #HigherEducation needs to recognize that in the job market, the “game has not only changed but is dynamically evolving and in some cases leapfrogging”. In most existing as well as brand new industries, evolving requirements and expectations from the workforce of the future mean that the #entrylevelworkforce is expected to ‘plug-in’ as an ‘autonomous system’ from day one.
Internalization, Institutionalization, and Application of both the “changed goalposts” and the “changed format of the employment game” is the only way to keep #HigherEducation relevant, outcome-orientated, futuristic, and universal. Implementing this is possible independent of the policy and regulations governing higher education, which of course have consistently failed to keep up with the needs of higher education.
Listed below are four important fundamental shifts that have been occurring at an increasingly faster rate in the last two decades. They directly affect how we continue to educate #Millennials, and their successors, #GenZ.
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Higher Education for the first time is demanding to be ‘ahead of the industry’, to be futuristic, rather than ‘coming up to its expectations’