Business schools today, nationally and internationally, are no longer a source of efficient knowledge management and learning. Instead, they have largely turned into a credit points- producing industry, measuring performance by exam grades of mediocre importance. Consequently, experts have required universities to transform and to become an integrated part of the network-centric reality of the 21st century, focusing on self-organised and responsible learning directed at entrepreneurial thinking. “Agile Education“, as a concept and a methodology, can both meet this request and, once applied, is likely to increase productivity.
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