As technology increasingly shapes our world, education needs to incorporate global competence with a focus on human interactions and intercultural understanding.
- By Sophie Fenton, University of Melbourne
Today’s world is increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous – or VUCA.
The VUCA acronym was first used in 1987 in a military context, but has recently started to filter into the wider lexicon, as exponential technological growth radically and rapidly changes our environment.
This disrupted and disrupting environment presents challenges and opportunities that have government, industry, enterprise and…