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2013-10 How education can boost adaptive and innovative capacity ?

posted Apr 3, 2013, 3:19 PM by Sakura Initiative   [ updated Jan 3, 2015, 3:36 AM by Ethi Ethics ]

In the unstable economic and social environment of today, people must be equipped to deal with change in terms of “capacity to respond” rather than only “rules for action”.
By “capacity” is implied “capacity to deliver” … not skills and qualifications.

Students who adopt and develop the right mindsets early in their professional career are able to bring about a positive and sustainable change in their overall personality.
They become more responsible to society at large, and capable of helping companies to redesign their business around lifestyles, human goals and societal purposes.

This is the basement of the ILLUMINE concept, designed by Srinivas Venkatram since 1996.
It has been successfully tested within prestigious academic institutes like The Gujarat Technological University or the Pune Engineering College in India, but also with major Indian companies like the Bahrat Petroleum Corporation, the Birla Group or the State Bank of India.
                               
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Oct 21, 2013, 2:08 PM
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