Knowledge Navigation – SDG 17 And COVID-19: Supreme vs. Subprime Knowledge
by Prof. Leif Edvinsson / Dr. Astrid Szogs / Günther M. Szogs (New Club of Paris) ICM For Future
In the past decades many of us were engaged in a great variety of Intellectual Capital Management endeavours (ICM used as broader concept than „Wissensmanagement“): NCP, LearnTec, KnowTec, Knowledge Manager of The Year Award, Future Center Alliance with Noburo Konno pioneering Ecosyx, MoWiN Innovationlab https:// www.mowin.net/innovation-lab/?L=1 and SCALE UP, MIT-U_Lab and HBdV, Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation, IMO, AWV, BIGA, SI-Drive, the Leonardo European Corporate Learning Award, KulturCampus Frankfurt and many other local and global IC related initiatives. This still small selection of activities with excellent involvement of remarkable personalities of all walks of life symbolise two extremes in learning and knowing if viewed in the light or rather the darkness of the pandemic, the climate crisis, the unbelievable scale of ignorance, the incoherences in mobility-infrastructures, the often stone-age use of digitalisation in schools: Astonishing Excellence and Apocalyptic Catastrophe. Lets question this using UNESCO`s famous report on Education for the 21. Century: „Learning : The Treasure Within“ with its 4 pillars of learning to „know, do, living together, be“. Applying them to the SDGs in UN 75th year of existence might be one orientation for future journeys of ICM.
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