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Over the next few decades, a dramatic expansion will be seen in lifelong learningongoing education following formal qualifications. The expansion of numbers in this sector - typically provided at present by short courses - will outstrip the need for degree level tuition in the formal level...
The world stands on the threshold of a tantalizing opportunity: the possibility of a sustained economic boom over the first decades of the next millennium. This article outlines the confluence of forces - particularly the transition to a knowledge society, the emergence of a global economy and...
Sustainable development - meeting the needs of people alive today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs - will be one of the key forces guiding public policy development in the years ahead. Success depends upon continued social and technological...
With oil prices hovering around historically low levels, it would be comforting to think that energy shocks are a thing of the past. However, energy markets have never been driven by economic factors alone: technology, policy and international relations all have to be taken into account.
The future does not just happen; it is created whenever we are innovative. For that to occur systematically and predictably, organizations have to become involved in at least five interventions. First, they must invite synergy between intellectuality and creativity and ultimately tap both....
The millennium is an opportune time to review the history of communication technology. The startling observation is that most of today's communication systems and technologies were invented in the nineteenth century. The twentieth century saw mostly the commercial exploitation of these systems...
We argue that change management has become ideological and that by selective use of complexity research has used the imperative for change to further political and economic agendas. We seek to redress this situation by developing a critical perspective on change and a new metaphor, the zone of...
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