Education must adapt to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The most advanced countries in the world are all facing the challenge of retraining several generations of workers who are becoming obsolete. The education system has failed them because it hasn’t evolved to respond to the advent of the Digital Revolution. It has prepared workers to meet yesterday’s challenges, not tomorrow’s demands.
In Learning to Unlearn, Founder and CEO of Global Alumni, Pablo Rivas, an industry leader in digital education, shows us how the Digital Revolution is tearing down the traditional educational system and transforming the economy, building a brave new world for the 21st century. We already enjoy the best standards of living in human history, with better health, longer life expectancy, and access to the best tools and digital technologies. With freer societies and more global interaction, now is the time to rethink the way we learn how to solve the pressing problems we still face, re-engage those who have been left behind and build the world of tomorrow, not yesterday.
The new global economy requires drastic means of education that contrast institutional norms
Pablo Rivas is a business leader offering digital transformations concepts for greater social and economic results
Future economies require new ways of thinking which must begin with a new way of learning
The importance of technology and data science in educational systems is more important than ever
Publisher: LID Publishing
Number of pages: 209pp
Pablo Rivas is the CEO of Global Alumni, the first Spanish-American EdTech company specializing in transforming the world’s best universities. With a degree from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and an MBA from IESE Business School, he has developed his professional career in both the public and private sectors.
Digitization is the biggest disruption for business as usual at any major corporation. Trusted mindsets and existing business models are collapsing, corporations are struggling to react to the Fourth Industrial Revolution by risking too little transformation too slowly – and your industry is up next! It’s time to wake up, act and really shape digital change. We need to take up responsibility for digitization and Europe might well be the center stage for this change.
Fightback delivers a stunning and convincing blueprint that will enable business leaders to use the digital economy to their advantage by leveraging three powerful, but little understood, strategic tools – platform business models, digital ventures and the special skills of tech entrepreneurs. Based on a sophisticated analysis, the book is a hands-on playbook for corporate renewal in an age of digitization and makes a convincing case for Europe leading the way in changing minds and business around the world.
This book provides a practical, three-step plan for women who want to create a life where running your own business and having a family does not exclude one another. The author – a “business mum” herself – prepares mothers for the potential obstacles they will face when starting and running a business, and provides tools and advice to help overcome them.
Moreover, through the stories of 10 successful self-employed mums, the book demonstrates it is possible to create a happy and well-balanced life. By using your strengths and resources correctly, and daring to follow your heart, there is every possibility of becoming a good mum and successful businesswoman.
Author: Christine Gouchault
We live in a world of constant change and disruption caused mainly by new technology. Yet, in business, there is widespread apathy, paralysis and confusion in many established companies in face of the obvious scope, scale, reach and pace of disruptive change. Why? Because Denial is the natural default response, given how executives’ brains function and how they are trained.
This important book examines why companies seem paralysed in the headlights of onrushing digital and other disruption. In analysing and understanding this tendency towards denial in companies, the author is then able to guide executives to begin seeing a new perspective to coping with the transformation challenge that faces them. Full of insightful case studies and lessons gained from the author’s work with leading companies, this is a hugely timely book when virtually all companies and executives must deal with the threat of disruptive change.
Analytics has become a key driver of competitive advantage for organizations, underpinning new waves of productivity, growth, innovation and customer insights. As the availability of data increases, it becomes ever more important that decision makers across companies can fully exploit the potential of analytics to provide effective insights. By expertly linking data and decision making, the author presents a new paradigm which will forge the way into helping develop products and services that cam positively contribute to society. Graham draws on his unique background in military intelligence, strategy consulting and analytics. Presenting research, personal experiences and case studies, in an engaging and practical format.
This book is about gin, rural British produce and the art of making splendid drinks and nibbles that you and your friends will love. Join the authors in a gastronomic tour of the British countryside, learning to combine wonderful foraged ingredients with the delicate botanicals of premium gin to bring the elegant serves of the London bar scene to your kitchen table. Published amid a global gin renaissance, Make Something Bloody Marvellous is a curious cocktail book bursting with more than 50 unique easy-to-follow recipes, framed by beautiful photography set among the bucolic surrounds of a sunlit English landscape.
Author: Dan Thwaites & Faye Thwaites
Huawei Technologies is today the world's largest telecoms equipment manufacturer and second behind Apple in smartphones. Its emergence into a multinational today is based on the company's research & development prowess. Of its 175,000 employees around the world, 75,000 are engaged in R&D. This book provides extraordinary insight into Huawei's research, development, and innovation. It contains the stories of the individuals who made the breakthroughs that enabled Huawei to ultimately become a world-class technology company. Their personal stories tell us about the extraordinary perseverance, focus, and thinking required for companies to take innovation to the highest level. One of the cornerstones of Huawei's global success is its embrace of innovation - this book provides an original perspective on that.
The realm of the “personal” is now increasingly touched by technology – especially the Internet. For example, sleep is now something we do in between checking our smartphones. Our relationship to food and eating has changed too. Home delivery, restaurant search, table bookings – these have all been elevated to a high level skill-set which is part-entertainment, part-electronic processing. And travel is now a finger-clicking exercise with precision timing.
This readjustment of our daily routine has had one significant effect: it has taught individuals a range of skills that would normally be in the domain of businesses. Ordinary people now behave as businesses do by using buying strategies to get costs down. We now have expectations of quality and delivery. In fact, we have become so business-like as individuals that marketers need to get rid of the processes of “Business-to-Consumer” communication, and begin to adopt the rules of “Business-to-Business” when talking to consumers. Such change of our lives is an explosion of the new – new thinking, new business, new relationships, new selling, new buying, new leisure, new humans.
The internet is shrinking the world; local brick and mortar businesses are finding more competition than ever before, primarily from ‘out of towners’ who conduct their business online. Consumers are thrilled with this change and empowered with information; no longer requiring a salesperson to start the buying process. So how does a local business compete in a world that has gone digital?
The Business of Getting Business will educate and lead business owners to a different way of generating and converting business opportunities using digital marketing concepts and processes. It provides need-to-know information about digital marketing in easy-to-understand terms, so any business owner will walk away with a true understanding of what they need to do online to make their business succeed. Furthermore, it provides an implementation guide that runs through the specific technologies and the steps required to be productive with a digital marketing solution to build a better future.
‘You never step in the same river twice.’ Our intensely interconnected world never stops evolving. Amid the chaos of intended and unexpected consequences we’re expected to lead a change initiative. We have to learn fast, as its already started.
This highly practical, human and humorous book shows us how to makes complex change attainable – organizational, professional or personal
– whether you have years of experience or are facing your first major challenge. It helps us think about what change is and means, how we prepare for it and what we do to make it successful. It may just be the most readable book about change yet.
Are you planning to start working with big data, analytics or AI, but don’t know where to begin or what to expect? Have you started your data journey and are wondering how to get to the next level? Want to know how to fun your data journey, organize your data team, measure the results and scale? Don’t worry, you are not alone. Many organizations are struggling with the same question.
In this book you will learn about: the different stages of the data journey: typical organizational, technological, business, people, and ethical decisions that organization encounter on the journey; and different options available, along with the corresponding pros and cons. We’ll also present practical examples of options available, and decisions taken; and the perspectives of 20 experts and professionals from organizations like AXA,BBVA, ENGIE, EY, KPMG, MTN, O2, the ODI, OdiselA, Rabobank, Santander, Telefonica and Vodafone.
Author: Richard Benjamins
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