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  • 2. Keith Maree Dave Lockwood
  • 3. SAFIPA Knowledge Exchange Trip eLearning eHealth
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    • Support mechanisms, infrastructure, software and systems
    • Collaborate in “inno” teams consisting of business, technology and industrial design people
    • Willing to discuss and share their experiences and knowledge
    • The manner of the way in which they interact, share information and collaborate was a wakeup call to many of us
    The way in which they NETWORK
  • 6. Innovation: A Paradigm Shift
    • The new economy is characterized by:
    • Enhanced frequency of innovations
    • Shortening of product, technology, and economic life cycles.
    • Rapid generation and commercialisation of new technologies
    • Globalisation of both large and small businesses
    • Enhanced emphasis on business partnerships and strategic alliances
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  • 9. Your mind can accept only those ideas that have a frame of reference with your existing knowledge. It rejects everything else. If you develop a broad cross-functional expertise, no new idea will be wasted. It will immediately connect with the existing knowledge and will inspire you, energize you, and encourage your entrepreneurial creativity.
  • 10. N otion of emergent learning as learning in which actor and system co-evolve.
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  • 14. Individually when we approach projects and initiatives we do so from our own base of knowledge and experience and often have to create additional internal structures to handle those aspects that we are unsure of and have no expertise in. My question is Why would we do that ?
      • Is it because we believe that the only clever people out there are those that are working in our companies or our organisations ?
      • Is it because we are all trying to protect our business models or our unique products or our own research findings ?
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  • 16. SOUTH AFRICAN EDUCATION LANDSCAPE
  • 17. 32.2% of Grade 12 students fail at a pass mark of 30% - 173,000 students. Only 23.5% pass at 50% or higher – 126,300 students Only 4% actually qualify for Tertiary Education Majority of countries pass mark is 50%
  • 18. 4.3% completed a three year qualification 90.2% dropout from Year 1 to start of Year 3 Target 1M students in FET by 2014 Capacity increase of 240% 118 Additional FET Colleges
  • 19. 230,200 applications – 84,700 available places Shortfall of 145,500 places Students saying ‘there are no more places left in my chosen field of study, so I am looking at whatever is still open, I must get in’ 40% Dropout in Year 1
  • 20. Estimated 41% (2,8M) of the 6.8M youth aged 18 to 24 are “ not in Employment, not in Education and not in Training (NEET) 76,000 learners who passed the NSC risk missing out on the learning opportunities available
  • 21. 60% of people in SA over the age of 20 have not completed Secondary School - 18.3 Million people 43% live in Rural Areas 57% in Urban & Peri-Urban Areas
  • 22. We all know and understand the magnitude of the challenges Although our shared final objective is the same Our separate visions of the future differ widely
    • We know the size of the challenge is so massive that NO
      • ONE COMPANY OR ORGANISATION can solve it by itself
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  • 37. 89 POSITIVE RESPONSES 55 ATTENDED AIMS and OBJECTIVES
  • 38. 89 POSITIVE RESPONSES 55 ATTENDED
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    • THE FUNCTION
      • Bring together key organisations and players involved in ICT for
      • development (ICT4D), in the form of a Multi Stakeholder Network
      • to enhance their collaboration and effectiveness for achieving
      • agreed development goals.
      • Provide an essential link between the private sector and
      • Government agencies in the form of “Public-Private Dialogue and
      • Partnerships
      • To provide a light-weight framework for developing and
      • implementing suitable rules and modes of engagement of players
      • in the SAID process and for identifying and implementing specific
      • and initiated flagship initiatives, advocacy initiatives and other
      • stakeholder activities and initiatives
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    • BOLD NEW DIRECTION
      • Encourage you all to have your say in formulating this Alliance
      • Use the opportunity to network with like-minded people
      • Actively participate in the breakaway sessions
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  • 42. Although our shared final objective is the same Our separate visions of the future differ widely
  • 43. Create collaborative networking opportunities (match making) for those involved in ICTs for education, innovation and development to support teaching and learning in South Africa and to support innovation by creating opportunities for social entrepreneurship
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  • 46. 4354 LinkedIn con nections
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  • 49. Clever people are only in your company
  • 50. Clever people are only in your company In today's new economy and knowledge paradigm y ou do not have the time to reinvent the wheel
  • 51. Clever people are only in your company In today's new economy and knowledge paradigm y ou do not have the time to reinvent the wheel Enhanced emphasis on business partnerships , strategic alliance s, creating synergies, collaboration and networking
  • 52. Clever people are only in your company In today's new economy and knowledge paradigm y ou do not have the time to reinvent the wheel Enhanced emphasis on business partnerships , strategic alliance s, creating synergies, collaboration and networking Business Architects – bring silos together - cross-functional expertise
  • 53. Clever people are only in your company In today's new economy and knowledge paradigm y ou do not have the time to reinvent the wheel Enhanced emphasis on business partnerships , strategic alliance s, creating synergies, collaboration and networking Business Architects – bring silos together - cross-functional expertise Todays world is connected is so many ways, use all of those connections to collaborate and network – Unified Communications
  • 54. Clever people are only in your company In today's new economy and knowledge paradigm y ou do not have the time to reinvent the wheel Enhanced emphasis on business partnerships , strategic alliance s, creating synergies, collaboration and networking Business Architects – bring silos together - cross-functional expertise Todays world is connected is so many ways, use all of those connections to collaborate and network – Unified Communications How and when and why you use them is up to you
  • 55. Clever people are only in your company In today's new economy and knowledge paradigm y ou do not have the time to reinvent the wheel Enhanced emphasis on business partnerships , strategic alliance s, creating synergies, collaboration and networking Business Architects – bring silos together - cross-functional expertise Todays world is connected is so many ways, use all of those connections to collaborate and network – Unified Communications How and when and why you use them is up to you But you ignore them at your own peril
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  • 57. Keith Maree [email_address] 082 894 4675 www.campusnet.co.za