Entrepreneurship on all levels while integrating in the Digital Age

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eLearningworld Weekly Review  The term “Industrie 4.0” originates from the high-tech strategy of the German government, which promotes the digitization of manufacturing. The term after the introduction in 2011 rapidly became generally acknowledged and used all over the world. Industrie 4.0 has been followed by SME 4.0 and Teaching 4.0 in Germany, and the terms has gained ground and flourished from a more general active entrepreneurial spirit. A favourable mood that call for an active (and successful) integration of … Continue reading

Getting Design Thinking into the Core of the Organisation and Learning

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eLearningworld Weekly Review “The greatest scientists are artists as well.” Albert Einstein said, and in addition many great artists are also scientists, like Leonardo Da Vinci. In exploring a new project, scientific or artistic, both side of the brain is required, logical thinking and artistic creativity is not opposites, but prerequisites to design and manage the project you are working with, in order to get an excellent outcome. However, in comparison to industrial society’s systemic … Continue reading

Latest News: Trending – 60 000 human workers replaced with robots in one single factory

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eLearningworld News from China Technology manufacturers are investing increasingly in artificial intelligence. One example is Foxconn, e.g. manufacturing for Apple, that only in one single factory is replacing 60 000 human workers with robots. This should only be seen as the first wave in a general trend where AI takes over more of humans more simple works in order to reduce costs as well as removing humans from dangerous work environments. The development has great … Continue reading

Latest News: Trending – Design Thinking brings empathy and flexibility to work  

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eLearningworld News from US Design finding its way to the core of business organizations as a source of transformation, but the development does not concern aesthetics. Instead, it changes the way people work as response to new market realities and the force of digitization. Jon Kolko, founder and director of Austin Center for Design, explains in Harvard Business Review the progressive outcome of design thinking. Empathy is one of the main driving-forces of design thinking … Continue reading