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Pres.Netwerk.Nov.09.Eng.

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Pres.Netwerk.Nov.09.Eng.

  1. 1. Logo van uw Network meeting bedrijf EDUCATION EDUCATION GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT BUSINESS BUSINESS 1 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  2. 2. Objective: unity in variety Knowledge organizations’ alliances Sectoral interaction Exchange of ideas Networking 2 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  3. 3. Objective: unity in variety Knowledge organizations’ alliances 3 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  4. 4. Objective: unity in variety Sectoral interaction: Education Government Business 4 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  5. 5. Current trends and developments In education and specifically higher education In government In business 5 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  6. 6. Current trends and developments In education and specifically higher education1. Internationalization-globalization2. Debate on binary educational system in HE3. Large scale of HE institutions versus flexibility and ability to act4. Revaluation of knowledge aspect (balance between knowledge and competencies)5. Replacement issue (aging of teachers, lack of young teachers)6. Open Source - knowledge circulation and sharing – knowledge alliances7. Dutch consensus model versus desire for differentiation8. Excellence9. Social responsibility of HE institutions (LifeLongLearning and Acknowledgement of Prior Learning)10. R&D: research and innovation11. The chain of education issue (deficiencies and school drop outs) 6 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  7. 7. Current trends and developments In government1. Lack of management and vision (gap between politics and civilians)2. Radicalization of political forces (PVV party)3. Increase of budget deficit due to support of financial sector4. Innovation Platform (cooperation of the Ministries of Economic Affairs, Education and knowledge organizations in alliance with individual experts from education and business)5. Increase of pension age6. Ambition: Dutch education in world top 5 (Hamer motion)7. Cuts on education budgets (20-25%) 7 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  8. 8. Current trends and developments In business1. Financial and economic crisis2. Ongoing globalization3. Increase of global competition (rise of Rapidly Developing Economies, BRIC countries, Asian Tigers and Eastern Europe)4. Shift in world power5. Shortage of HBO-level entrepreneurs6. Lack of linkage between SME-SMI and HE, especially concerning R&D7. Internationalization of SME-SMI’s8. Increase of energy demand versus environmental issues and sustainability9. Replacement issue: aging workforce and shortage of young employees10. Too many unnecessary rules and regulations11. Increase of selfemployed companies and effects of the economic crisis12. Lack of creative and innovative power (as a result of insufficient technological expertise). 8 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  9. 9. Global Competitiveness Index 2009-2010 Country/Economy Rankings - Rank Score (133 countries)1. Switzerland 5.602. United States …………..5.593. Singapore 5.554. Sweden 5.515. Denmark 5.466. Finland 5.437. Germany 5.378. Japan 5.379. Canada 5.3310. Netherlands 5.32 (8 in 2008-09)133 Burundi………………… 2.58 http://gcr.weforum.org/gcr09/ 9 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  10. 10. Global Competitiveness Index 2009-2010 Country/Economy General indicators Global Competitiveness Index……….10 Public institutions………………...……11 Private institutions……………..………8 Innovation………………………………13 (availability of scientists and engineers 22) http://gcr.weforum.org/gcr09/ 10 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  11. 11. Global Competitiveness Index 2009-2010 Country/Economy Education:Education expenditure………………………...40 DQuantity of education…………………............28 D (due to low tertiary enrolment)Quality of the educational system……...........15 DQuality of math and science education..........16 D Government:Ethics and corruption………………………….11 DGovernment inefficiency………..…………….18 D http://gcr.weforum.org/gcr09/Wastefulness of government spending……...16 DBurden of government regulation…………….91 DTransparancy of government policymaking…20 D Businesses:Pay and productivity…………………………...84 DFemale participation in labor force…………...42 DForeign market size index……………………..14 DCompany spending on R&D…………………..12 DUniversity-industry collaboration in R&D….…11 D Comparison best performing country A= advantage D= disadvantage 11 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  12. 12. What now? Joining forces  Multidisciplinarity and diversity lead tot innovation Education: University CollegesGovernment: Innovation Platform Businesses: Senseo concept 12 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé
  13. 13. Objective: unity in variety Networking through identification of opportunities for innovation in the triangle4 principles: The participants are the right people What happens is what can happen It starts when it is starting When over, it is overOne simple law, the Law of the Two Feet 13 nov.09/ccinternational/worldcafé

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