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We’re living in a world of radical shift. And yet, our education system harks back to a bygone era. I believe that not only that we are facing a great opportunity to change the way we learn, but in fact, that we need to reimagine education completely, and see it as a process of learning, unlearning and relearning, throughout our professional lives.
This article by Kerryn Kohl, co-founder of 4thTalent, is about developing competence for the future world of work and is the first-part of a five-part series on the Future of Education run by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA).
A pandemic has hit the World, causing every country to reset and take a step back, assess its strengths, weaknesses, areas in need of development, and importantly also those priorities which now do not seem to be that important.
Citing seven priorities, President Cyril Ramaphosa pledged to restore the National Development Plan to its place at the centre of our national effort, to make it alive and to make it part of the lived experience of the South African people.
Read our exclusive cover story entitled PRIVATE EDUCATION EVOLUTION | AN UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCE OF SOCIAL ENGINEERING? by Chris Hattingh, Researcher, Free Market Foundation, as well a host of other topical management articles written by professionals, consultants and academics in the June/July 2019 edition of BusinessBrief.
For South African companies who have the available resources, there is a great initiative from the government which will allow companies to help employees and their families gain an education.Education should never be limited to just the rich and powerful. We need to empower a whole generation by giving them the education they need to better their lives.
In the 2016-2017 World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report, South Africa's primary education system was rated 126th out of 138 countries.