The Future of Learning: Insights and Innovations from Executive Development

Hardcover | December 15, 2010

EditorShirine Voller, Eddie Blass, Vicki Culpin

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Based on research-informed "future-scoping" and emerging practice in the field of executive education this book is split into three parts: Future Context, Future Learning and Future Learners. With a short editorial introducing each part, it will appeal to anyone working in the field of adult and higher education and training.

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Based on research-informed "future-scoping" and emerging practice in the field of executive education this book is split into three parts: Future Context, Future Learning and Future Learners. With a short editorial introducing each part, it will appeal to anyone working in the field of adult and higher education and training.

SHIRINE VOLLER holds an MA in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University, UK, and is in the process of completing a Masters by Research at Cranfield University. She has worked in primary education, organization consulting and grant management and is currently Research Manager at Ashridge Business School.  EDDIE BLASS started her acade...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 8.89 × 5.62 × 0.7 inPublished:December 15, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230240534

ISBN - 13:9780230240537

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Table of Contents

PART I: FUTURE CONTEXT
Future Context: Section Editorial
Learning to Lead in Uncertain Times through Storytelling and Improvisation
The Shifting Landscape of Global Challenges in the 21st Century, What This Means for What Businesses Want From Tomorrow’s Leaders, and the Implications for Management Learning
The Future of HE: What Will the Sector Look Like in 25 years Time and What Does This Mean for Executive Education?
PART II: FUTURE LEARNING
Future Learning: Section Editorial
When the Classroom is no Longer a Room
Virtual Action Learning: A New Genre for Powerful Learning
The Future of Learning: Insights and Innovations from Executive Development - Virtual Action Learning - A New Frontier? Generation Y and learning: A Changing World
PART III: FUTURE LEARNER
Future Learner: Section Editorial
Re-cognising Learning and Teaching: Opening the Space of Possibility
Insights and Innovations from Executive Development
‘An informed slowness’ - Curiosity as an Enabler of Learning in the Attention Economy
Concluding Thoughts