About This Show
Brought to you by Collective Campus, Future Squared is a podcast all about helping people create more impact in the world and live more rewarding lives through sharing insights, case studies and the latest trends and news on the topics of corporate innovation, entrepreneurship and self improvement.
Future Squared is hosted by Steve Glaveski, CEO and Co-Founder of Collective Campus, an innovation hub, school and consultancy based in Melbourne, Australia, that has been home to the likes of Uber and Zomatoand has worked with large organisations such as King & Wood Mallesons, Sportsbet, Mills Oakley, Telstra, National Australia Bank. The organisation helps companies adopt the mindset, methods and tools to successfully explore new business models and disruptive innovation.
Every week Steve interviews a thought leader, author or entrepreneur to help you get the most out of every day and achieve your business and life goals.
Previous guests include thought leaders such as Kevin Kelly, Brad Feld, Steve Blank, Neil Patel, Rand Fishkin, Jordan Harbinger, Omar Zenhom, Andreas Antonopoulos, Ryan Blair, Whitney Johnson, Jenny Blake, Karen Dillon, Ted Rubin, Ben Yoskovitz and innovation managers from a number of organisations.
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Most Recent Episode
Episode #190: Learning How to Learn
4 days ago
The world is changing faster than ever and up to 60% of today’s jobs are likely to be automated in the next 10-15 years, yet most of what children learn in school is still geared towards traditional roles, and still forces them to become adept at reading, remembering and regurgitating as opposed to more transferable and relevant skills such as resilience, embracing and thriving in ambiguity, critical thinking and problem solving. Given all of uncertainty, ambiguity and complexity and volatility we’re facing as an economy and society going forward, as technology begins to play an ever greater role in our lives, I was asked what I thought the number one skill children need to learn is. For me, it’s not coding. While coding and having literacy in the language of the machines will be important, it may effectively become the blue collar job of the future. Commoditised by millions of people in economies such as India who can do the same job for a cheaper price. The value in learning coding aside from using it to build things, is the hacker mindset and the type of thinking that it supports. But in a world where things are constantly changing, the number one skill children need to learn, I said, is learning how to learn. So how do we learn how to learn? That is the focus of today's episode. --- Show Notes: Charter Hall PropTech Accelerator: www.charterhallaccelerator.cc Village Xperience Accelerator: www.xperienceaccelerator.cc Listen on iTunes @ goo.gl/sMnEa0 Listen on Stitcher @ www.stitcher.com/podcast/future Listen on Google Play @ bit.ly/FSGoog If you've got any questions on this podcast feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet me on Twitter @steveglaveski or @future_squared Like us? It'd make our day if you took 1 minute to show some love on iTunes, Stitcher or Soundcloud by subscribing, sharing and giving us a 5 star rating. To sign up to our mailing list head to www.futuresquared.xyz For more information on Collectiv
Rated 5 out of
The best podcast around
The choice of guests is amazing! Where else can you find Steve Blank, Alex Osterwald, Neil Patel, and so on. The list doesn't stop! The best podcast around.
Date published: 2016-05-29