Innovation is a major currency in 21st-century business — but new ideas aren’t generated in a bubble. The 20th-century model of the lone genius who figures it out for themselves and strides on to take the glory has become dated. In major innovation ecosystems like Silicon Valley and San Diego, business leadership is not about … More The Power of a Network in the Innovation Economy
Education is our future: at its most basic, it develops the skills and personalities of those who will shape the world; at its best, it is education that foresees and defines the changes that lie ahead. To prosper and excel and to serve their students, higher education institutions must stay ahead of social, political, and … More 4 Ways Leaders Are Effecting Change in Higher Education Today
Troubled times call for compassion, but compassion with purpose. Over 134 million people around the world require humanitarian assistance and protection, mostly as a result of conflict or natural disaster. The international community was able to cater for just60% of global humanitarian needs in 2018. Refugee issues are a mainstay on the news, as governments debate the fates … More What Can You Study to Become a Humanitarian Worker?
For years, our culture has treated summer school as a place for slackers to catch up or for nerds to race ahead. But now, emerging generations of students are engaging with the idea that learning experiences in vacation time aren’t just useful – they’re stimulating and fun, too. Some Gen-Z students are using summer school … More The Rise Of The Summer School
Educators spend an inordinate amount of time trying to convince their students to think ahead and plan wisely – but it is the institutions themselves that must lead the way if they are to prepare for new trends and forge the way forward for coming generations of learners. That means thinking beyond today’s Generation Z – … More Time To Think About Generation Alpha
“Innovation and knowledge, cornerstones of a land’s productivity and prosperity,” will be the theme at the 53rd Annual Assembly of CLADEA, the Latin American Council of Management Schools, this October. Intercontinental researchers and business people known for their models of innovation and knowledge will share their ideas at the Real Intercontinental Hotel in San José, … More 4 Countries to Look to for Innovation in International Education
Between summer school and the autumn intake, we’re fast approaching the time of year when a lot of new international students arrive on campus. Naturally, as an international administrator, your to-do list is under control, and you’re well on course for a smooth registration period and an exciting start to the semester. But with all … More Are You Ready For Your International Arrivals?