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Education 360 is a new way of thinking and learning for Universities that completely changes the old model. Education 360 focuses on Energy Issues, Healthcare, Globalization, Environment, Economic ...

Education 360 is a new way of thinking and learning for Universities that completely changes the old model. Education 360 focuses on Energy Issues, Healthcare, Globalization, Environment, Economic Development, Sustainable Innovation, Ethics, and Technology

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  • Education 360 © Journey of the Digital Amphibians© Choton Basu Global Business Resource Center University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
    • Energy issues
    • Healthcare
    • Globalization – Impact of BRIC
    • Environment, Green Issues, Energy
    • Sustainable Economic Development
    • Sustainable Innovation
    • Ethics, values, & social responsibility
    • Technology & society
      • Web 2.0 , Social and professional networks
      • Rise of the Metaverse
    Global Trends: Key Issues
  • Globalization: World is Flat
    • Globalization 1.0  Countries
    • Globalization 2.0  Companies
    • Globalization 3.0  Individuals
    • Impact Areas:
      • Collaboration
      • Communication
      • Smart Networking
      • Self expression
      • Decision making process – Wisdom of Crowds, the Long Tail
  • Develop Global Decision-Making Models
    • Examine how you make decisions
    • How important are the following factors in your decision-making process:
      • Culture
      • Language and cross-cultural communication
      • Geography
      • Demographics
      • International laws and regulation
      • Global politics
      • Ethics
  • Education: Stakeholder Viewpoint
    • Businesses & University
      • Problem Solvers, Critical Thinkers
      • Communication – written and oral
      • Creativity and Innovation
      • Lifelong learners
    • Parents – Future Jobs and ROI
    • Students
      • “ Passion” not just a major
      • Network – create bonds, self expression, universal identity
      • Knowledge, relevance and significance
  • Underlying Case
    • The Wisdom of Crowds – James Surowiecki (2004)
    • Basis: “…large groups of people are smarter than an elite few, no matter how brilliant—better at solving problems, fostering innovation, coming to wise decisions, even predicting the future.”
    • The Long Tail – Chris Anderson (2006)
    • The internet has not only leveled the playing field for all sizes of business but also provides the infrastructure, the solutions and business models that will supplant the manner in which society interacts with each other and with traditional business entities. This belief stems from the trends observed among the various online social networking sites as well as the growth of fascinating trends such as the one described in “The Long Tail,”
  • Role of Universities/Higher Ed
    • Khurana article – Role of MBA
    • Wesch article – Anti-teaching and significance
    • Current vs. Future education system/formula
      • Current: Job description approach – Output – BBA/BS etc.
      • Future: Strengths and instincts approach – Output- LAB*
    • Impact on course choices
    • Making things relevant for students
    • Delivery of materials
    • Assessment of knowledge
    • University and department walls
    • * Leadership Across Borders
  • Educational generations in Higher Education Source: Keats and Schmidt, 2007
  • Business Models
    • Social Networks/P2P/Metaverse
    • New business models and technology
      • http://www.woot.com
      • https://www.boober.nl/
      • http://www.circlelending.com
      • http://www.youbethevc.com
      • http://www.ponoko.com
      • http://www.sellaband.com
      • http://www.anything.com.sg
      • http://www.ideo.com
  • Revolutionary Thinking
    • Wisdom of Crowds
    • Plan B 2.0
    • Anti-teaching - Youtube and the Blogosphere
    • MIT Open University
    • Google – personal growth and productivity tools
    • Facebook, Orkut, Minglebox
    • Second Life, Hipihi
  • UWW – SWOT Analysis Findings
    • New Business Building
    • Lack of integration between courses
    • Alumni relationship – not strong
    • Suitcase-mentality students
    • Students not engaged enough
    • Failure of student organizations
    • Competition to University role
      • Other universities and options
      • Companies (Infosys and others)
      • Online programs – University of Phoenix
      • Self-learning models
  • FIPSE Proposal – Education 360
    • Journey of Digital Amphibians
    • Parallel curriculum and activities
    “ The 21 st century will test our abilities to grasp the future impacts of present choices, But even as we struggle to incorporate future knowledge into our day-to-day decisions, we’re tuning up our bodies and minds and even our cultural frameworks for a much longer view of our personal and collective worlds.”
  • Education 360 – Process/Delivery
    • Four year commitment (hopefully)
    • Social Network (example) – http://www.zazengo.com
    • Self funded over time
      • Alumni connection – funding and mentorships
      • Business connection – ideas, funds, mentorships
      • Business ideas (incubator) – Role of outreach units such as WISC & SBDC http://www.innocentive.com
      • Faculty roles - Mentorpreneurship ©
    • Rating and ranking system
    • Provide methods to build skills, tools and networks for success
    • Clearly defined process and milestones
    • Certifications – PMI and CGBP
  • Education 360 – Key Deliverables
    • Instant student portfolio, including
      • Performance and assessment by network over four years
      • Includes individual and project ratings, rankings and changes made
      • Uses wisdom of crowds
      • Instant assurance of learning through experiential learning
    • Ongoing projects
      • Business solutions, plans & opportunities
      • Completely prepared for Globalization 3.0
      • Relevant education – real application/ trial & error
    • Lifelong learning and relationships
    • User generated content & other benefits
  • The World Stage Are you ready?
  • AT Kearney Globalization Index
    • Singapore ranked first for the third consecutive year.
    • Hong Kong debuted very close behind, in second place.
    • The Netherlands rose four places to third , followed by Switzerland and Ireland at fourth and fifth.
    • The United States dropped four spots to seventh overall , despite its continued strength in the index's technology score.
    • Index newcomers Jordan and Estonia ranked ninth and tenth, respectively.
    • Are we losing our competitive edge in the globe and smaller, agile and progressive countries are leaving us behind?
  • Global Resources - Links
    • Globaledge at MSU CIBER - http://globaledge.msu.edu/
    • AT Kearney – Globalization Index - http://www.atkearney.com/main.taf?p=5,4,1,127
    • Intercultural website: http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/cfsi-icse/cil-cai/home-en.asp
    • Culture and Communications: http://www.communicaid.com/cross-cultural-training/culture-for-business-and-management/doing-business-in/index.php
    • UN Global Compact: Education http://www.unglobalcompact.org/HowToParticipate/academic_network/index.html