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I would like my current students to use their wings to fly to the future they dream about. I believe in their creativity, vision, openness, heart, courage, motivation and stamina. I believe in their awareness of our joint responsibility for a blue planet going round an average, not very big star, called the Sun. As a teacher, I should help them look for and find the solutions that will enable the future generations to live in a peaceful world, drink natural water, and eat fresh food rather than pills. I believe that the future of higher education needs to be based on experiential learning in order to develop and utilize all the potential that manhood has. Most of all, people need to be creative. Our turbulent environment, rapid changes, high uncertainty, and global competition have strengthened the focus on the need for increased creative performance within the whole society. One of the essential requirements for high performance is creativity that leads to innovation, thus increasing the intellectual power of individuals, teams, and organizations.

Metka Tekavčič, Head of Management and Organization Institute,University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics (FELU), Slovenia

 

Such roles as “teacher” and “instructor” will no longer be appropriate. Our objective in the year 2030 is not to appear as a “living dictionary” but to be leaders who are able to generate ideas and help the students develop themselves.

Nadegda Grosheva (C:F Mentor, C:F Judge), Vice Dean, Baikal School of International Business, Russia

 

In my field of hospitality education 2030 emerges as highly digitalized but still a world where enthusiastic personal contact and touch remain a driving force behind growth, development and competitiveness onboth individual and organizational levels.

Kristine Guseva (C:F Judge), Director, KRISTI Baltic School ofHospitality, Latvia

 

As we look ahead, in the context of universities, business schools should be recognized as a legitimate academic discipline, not any less than law, medicine or engineering. The challenges business schools will face are manifold - whether it is the changing demographics, or the way the schools position themselves or the style of strategic leadership at the helm.

Howard Thomas, Dean, Lee Kong Chian School of Business,Singapore Management University, Singapore

 

I hope that my university will significantly innovate in order tocontribute to building a world based on openness to build awareness of the wholeness.

Carmen Hutu (C:F Judge), Faculty member, TechnicalUniversity Gh. Asachi, Romania

 

I see a future of happier times than we have today, a time when academics will be more productive, science and cumulative human knowledge will be greater, and people will live in prosperity and peace.

Alev Katrinli, Dean, Faculty of Economics, and Administrative Sciences Head, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey


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Dan Croitoru

Dan Croitoru

I love how these people talk about the future of academics. The art of teaching will change as well, in order to create, develop and utilize the entire potential of future students.

26th August, 2010 @ 5:18 PM CEST

Jude Christoper  Roxas

Jude Christoper Roxas | Action team | CF Chapters

and yes! It'll be really great if the majority of our mentors will act and think this way so that they can be prepared to what future will give and let them experience. And this will be helpful in such a way because they are spreading positivity to their students so that they can also do their bests in every thing that they do!

This is a challenge not only for the teachers and educators but also for the students to envision the future in front of them while they also try their best to shape their present so that we can all have an ideal future for us to live.

23rd September, 2010 @ 12:16 PM CEST

Jatin Kataria

Jatin Kataria | Action team | CF Chapters

Its good to know from the people who are into educations field... pioneer of the world...

Education field need revolution, if I say about India.. mentality has to change,, more openness and mindset for sustainability and creative require in education program...

At the end.. today youth is not learning from education system.. they are learning from other sources,, its time to make this other sources part of education.. :)

23rd September, 2010 @ 3:58 PM CEST

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