From the LinkedIn “Technology Using Professors”
“scalable learning”, the ability to rapidly adapt to new information and quickly deploy new skills to act upon it.
Future of Work: Learning To Manage Uncertainty
Published on Heather McGowan
We need to recognize that as we leave the third and enter the fourth industrial revolution our systems of learning — that is, codifying knowledge into a curriculum, then transferring that pre-determined knowledge to accepting students so that they can become productive workers – can’t support a rapidly changing world where new knowledge is continuously created and new skills are required to capture opportunity. Deloitte’s John Hagel argues, and we agree, that workers and organizations must now strive for “scalable learning”, the ability to rapidly adapt to new information and quickly deploy new skills to act upon it.
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