How can we get Europe’s Learning Industry (first) to the moon and back  in the next decade?                               ...
THE SPUTNIK EFFECT4 october 57   12 September 1962   20 july 1969
OUR SPUTNIK CHALLENGE• 80% of Population in Pakistan is under 30• 1 Billion workers from emerging New Economies(China and ...
OUR SPUTNIK CHALLENGE•   Chrysler expects over-45 workers to rise from 41% in    2002 to 68% in 2011•   In US half of work...
OUR SPUTNIK CHALLENGE   Call Your Kids’ School!
REDUCE OUR MISSILE GAPBetter understanding and recreatingWestern knowledge
THE PERFECT KNOWLEDGE STORMThe Medici Effect
THE PERFECT KNOWLEDGE STORMThe 7 habits of creative genius1. An insatiable quest for knowledge and   continuous improvemen...
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Local diversity .vs.Global normalization Venice 90.000 Genoa    50.000   Vinci – Florence (40 km) ...
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0                        Add a little “dolce” to your “vita”.                                      ...
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Intersectional creativity .vs.Monosectorial innovation
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0                         •1 Billion workers from emerging New                         Economies (C...
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Towards a Darwinian Specialization for EuropeanWorkersSurviving global competition           Its N...
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Towards a Darwinian Specialization for EuropeanWorkersSurviving global competition       Its Not g...
EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Towards a Darwinian Specialization for EuropeanWorkersSurviving global competition        Its Not ...
The European Learning Industry Group      Promoting creativity and innovation in the European Learning IndustryOpen Co-ope...
The European Learning Industry Group      Promoting creativity and innovation in the European Learning IndustryOpen Co-ope...
The European Learning Industry Group      Promoting creativity and innovation in the European Learning IndustryOpen Co-ope...
The European Learning Industry Group          Promoting creativity and innovation in the European Learning IndustryOpen Co...
Join –Act – ShareThe learning industry Sputnik has been launched...But do it Fast!                                        ...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Fabrizio Cardinali's keynote presentation from Online Educa Berlin 2011

572 views
509 views

Published on

When Fabrizio Cardinali, CEO of eXact learning solutions North America and Chair of the European Learning Industry Group, gave his keynote address at last year’s Online Educa event in Berlin he began with a speech – a wake-up call – that President Kennedy gave in 1962 when he committed his country to the Space Race by saying, “We’ll do it right and do it first, before this decade is over.” Some seven years later – just within the deadline he’d set – the USA won the race by putting a man on the moon.

Published in: Technology, Business
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
572
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
20
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Fabrizio Cardinali's keynote presentation from Online Educa Berlin 2011

  1. 1. How can we get Europe’s Learning Industry (first) to the moon and back in the next decade? Fabrizio Cardinali European Learning Industry Group , Chair f.cardinali@eXact-learning.com
  2. 2. THE SPUTNIK EFFECT4 october 57 12 September 1962 20 july 1969
  3. 3. OUR SPUTNIK CHALLENGE• 80% of Population in Pakistan is under 30• 1 Billion workers from emerging New Economies(China and India amongst all) have joined the globallabour market since 2000• 70% of India’s intl trade is for providing OutsourcingServices to Western Economies• Government R&D Spending in New Economies hasrisen 3.5% annually since 2000• In 2020 in China, Science and Technology innovationwill rise to 60 per cent in Economic Growthcontribution• By 2020 China’s reliance on key foreign technology willdecline to below 30% from more than 50% now(Source China Daily on new R&D spending Boost in NewEconomies)
  4. 4. OUR SPUTNIK CHALLENGE• Chrysler expects over-45 workers to rise from 41% in 2002 to 68% in 2011• In US half of working age Americans expect to work into their 70s whether by financial necessity or by lifestyle choice (AARP Survey)• In Japan the number of people between 15 and 64 is expected to decline by 740.000/year for next decade• In Finland employment rate between 60 and 64 has doubled since 1990 and 21% of Corporate Training Programs are attended by employees older than 50• Median Age will cut Europe’s growth at least 1% annually for the next 3 decades
  5. 5. OUR SPUTNIK CHALLENGE Call Your Kids’ School!
  6. 6. REDUCE OUR MISSILE GAPBetter understanding and recreatingWestern knowledge
  7. 7. THE PERFECT KNOWLEDGE STORMThe Medici Effect
  8. 8. THE PERFECT KNOWLEDGE STORMThe 7 habits of creative genius1. An insatiable quest for knowledge and continuous improvement (Curiosità)2. Learning from experience (Dimostrazione)3. Sharpening the senses (Sensazione)4. Managing ambiguity and change (Sfumato)5. Whole-brain thinking (Arte/Scienza)6. Body-mind fitness (Corporalità )7. Systems thinking (Connessione)
  9. 9. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Local diversity .vs.Global normalization Venice 90.000 Genoa 50.000 Vinci – Florence (40 km) 2 walking days Florence 40.000 Rome 35.000 Rome- Amboise (1500 km) 3 months on a donkey ride
  10. 10. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0 Add a little “dolce” to your “vita”. 7 habits of creative geniusLocal diversity .vs.Global normalization Venice 90.000 Genoa 50.000 Vinci – Florence (40 km) 2 walking days Florence 40.000 Rome 35.000 Rome- Amboise (1500 km) 3 months on a donkey ride
  11. 11. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Intersectional creativity .vs.Monosectorial innovation
  12. 12. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0 •1 Billion workers from emerging New Economies (China and India amongst all) have joined the global labour market since 2000Public Leadership .vs. •70% of India’s intl trade is for providing Outsourcing Services to Western EconomiesPublic Debate •Government R&D Spending in New Economies has risen 3.5% annually since 2000 •In 2020 in China, Science and Technology innovation will rise to 60 per cent in Economic Growth contribution •By 2020 China’s reliance on key foreign technology will decline to below 30% from more than 50% now (Source China Daily on new RD spending Boost in New Economies)
  13. 13. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
  14. 14. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
  15. 15. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
  16. 16. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
  17. 17. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0New Entrepreneurship Trust & Risk .vs.Old Banks Bailouts
  18. 18. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Towards a Darwinian Specialization for EuropeanWorkersSurviving global competition Its Not the strongest or most intelligent species that survives, its the one most adaptable to change
  19. 19. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Towards a Darwinian Specialization for EuropeanWorkersSurviving global competition Its Not going to be the smartest or best trained student that will survive, its the one most adaptable to new markets, jobs, competences and skills
  20. 20. EUROPE’S RENAISSANCE 2.0Towards a Darwinian Specialization for EuropeanWorkersSurviving global competition Its Not going to be the richer or best designed content that will survive, its the one most adaptable to new devices (DITA,Darwinian Information Type Architecture , OASIS)
  21. 21. The European Learning Industry Group Promoting creativity and innovation in the European Learning IndustryOpen Co-opetition .vs.Blind Competition Intel, IBM
  22. 22. The European Learning Industry Group Promoting creativity and innovation in the European Learning IndustryOpen Co-opetition .vs.Blind Competition
  23. 23. The European Learning Industry Group Promoting creativity and innovation in the European Learning IndustryOpen Co-opetition .vs.Blind Competition
  24. 24. The European Learning Industry Group Promoting creativity and innovation in the European Learning IndustryOpen Co-opetition .vs.Blind Competition Università Aalto University, Università Telematica Telematica Internazionale Uninettuno & Lubeck Univerisity Internazionale Cisco Learning Network Ignition Exact Exact HarvestRoad Uninettuno OnCampus OnCampus Jenzabar LCMS Hive DR Webster University IBM Università Università Telematica Internazionale Telematica Uninettuno Internazionale Line Communications IBM Uninettuno McGraw Hill Pearson Università Università Telematica Internazionale Uninettuno Telematica Internazionale Intel, IBM Uninettuno
  25. 25. Join –Act – ShareThe learning industry Sputnik has been launched...But do it Fast! www.elig.org Email: f.cardinali@eXact-learning.com twitter : @CardinaliF EligChair

×