Today, our world is looking at several challenges in terms of the aging society, overpopulation leading to migration and economic crisis. These types of issues call for new approaches and skills, including creative and innovative capacities. Fostering these newer areas requires then again, new forms of teaching processes: non-formal education.
Technology is the strongest shaping force and we can feel its power while standing at the brink of a new era: the Fourth Industrial Revolution. As presenters at think.BDPST conference, we talked about current technology trends that can fundamentally transform and rewrite the way we work once again.
(Video) George Tilesch, CMO of Be-novative, was recently interviewed for a European Union backed project called InnoSpark, showcasing the best business innovation practices in its area. Check out the full interview below or continue reading for the key takeaways.
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