Category Archives: Education
The 4th Industrial Revolution… really?
As I’ve posted earlier, questioning whether rising tides do, in fact, lift all boats, I find this article by a couple of South African academics to be compelling. We really must think critically about the narratives and ideological frames that … Continue reading
Game of Clones?
Having attended a serious games conference last week, I’m going to list my likes, concerns and suggestions for the folks working in the industry, and those who are seeking to buy games for learning. Overall, I fear a game of … Continue reading
Ecosystem change & Organisational Design [part 1]
Julian Stodd – a great thinker, author and instigator – has a bead on how organizations must reflect the context of the ecosystem in which they operate. I see this as a logical extension of the invention, dissemination and adoption … Continue reading