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Schools
of the Present
Entrepreneurs
of the FutureInstituto Pedro Nunes, IPN, 03/11/2017
iStart – A Lean-Training, Innovat...
An extra terrestrial
visits planet Earth
to understand
how we educate
the young
generations
Here are some of
his thoughts:
“I notice that your best innovations are
produced by heterogeneous teams”
“Why is it, then, that the young people on Earth
are educated to be uniform and equal?”
h"p://leading-learning.blogspot.com/	
But … the
world is
out there!
Get off the window! You
must listen if you want to
und...
“Why do the education systems on Earth
insist on training the students to be:
•  listeners rather than doers?
•  followers...
3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR?
5. CONCLUSIONS
2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT
4. EIGHT TIPS FO...
3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR?
5. CONCLUSIONS
2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT
4. EIGHT TIPS FO...
EDUCATION IN THE LAST 250 YEARS
They have been organized as imitations
of the industrial assembly lines:
1. THE SCHOOLS OF...
The new forms of socialization
resulting from the development of
networks (Internet, mobile phones)
have generated a multi...
1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT
industrial, mechanistic and
standardizing vision of learning
learning and education as
knowl...
3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR?
5. CONCLUSIONS
2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT
4. EIGHT TIPS FO...
2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
Many organizations have been
studying the most critical
competences for the 21st century...
World Economic Forum, 2016
WHAT SCHOOLS AND
UNIVERSITIES TEACH
2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
OCDE, Global Competency for an Inclusive World, 2016
WHAT THE NEW GENERATIONS SHOULD LEARN
WHAT SCHOOLS AND
UNIVERSITIES T...
3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR?
5. CONCLUSIONS
2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT
4. EIGHT TIPS FO...
Examples:
3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR
Steve Jobs (Apple)
Richard Branson (Virgin)
Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook)
Paulo Marques,...
An ENTREPRENEUR is someone who
faces a problem, opportunity or threat
as a challenge, transforms it into a
vision of succe...
3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR
A student or a teacher can be
entrepreneurs in the sense that they
can have an entrepreneurial ...
CHARACTERISTICS OF EMPLOYEES
Execute with discipline and rigor
what they they have been told to do
Are dependent, with no
...
CHARACTERISTICS OF EMPLOYEES
Do not want to understand the
needs of the user nor turn
these needs into opportunities
Do no...
Initiative, autonomy, self-confidence,
optimism, need for achievement
Perseverance and tenacity
to overcome obstacles
Set ...
Are not afraid of failure and see
failure as a source of learning
Are oriented towards results,
the future, and the long t...
Cultivate imagination, but
translate their visions into actions
Build and cherish
networks of relationships
3. WHAT IS AN ...
3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR?
5. CONCLUSIONS
2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT
4. EIGHT TIPS FO...
Before we build something, we must
experiment, but experimenting can
begin in our own minds (and is free)
THE PRINCIPLE OF...
We must learn to build excellence in uncertainty
We must get out of our comfort zone
THE PRINCIPLE OF UNCERTAINTY
Nothing ...
There are two types of uniformity: the good and the bad
THE PRINCIPLE OF DIFFERENTIATION
The bad one subjects us to routin...
Do not refuse difficult tasks
Easy tasks do not contain challenges – without
challenges we become passive and accommodated...
We live in a world of teams and collaboration
For a partnership to be sustainable
every part must be interested, not
only ...
Empathy is our ability to get
into the mind of the others and
feel their vulnerabilities
It is not the same as
solidarity ...
Do not explain: show!
THE PRINCIPLE OF THE EXAMPLE
Give examples, use metaphors and
analogies, explore images, outline
dia...
Love what you do and
do what you love
THE PRINCIPLE OF PASSION
4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR?
5. CONCLUSIONS
2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT
4. EIGHT TIPS FO...
To be an entrepreneur of the
future, try to move radically
forward from what you learned
in school and university
5. CONCL...
Schools
of the Present
Entrepreneurs
of the FutureInstituto Pedro Nunes, IPN, 03/11/2017
iStart – A Lean-Training, Innovat...
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Schools of the Present, Entrepreneurs of the Future

Presentation at "iStart – A Lean-Training, Innovative, Multidisciplinary Digital Entrepreneurship Platform", Instituto Pedro Nunes (IPN), November 3, 2017

Schools of the Present, Entrepreneurs of the Future

  1. 1. Schools of the Present Entrepreneurs of the FutureInstituto Pedro Nunes, IPN, 03/11/2017 iStart – A Lean-Training, Innovative, Multidisciplinary Digital Entrepreneurship Platform
  2. 2. An extra terrestrial visits planet Earth to understand how we educate the young generations Here are some of his thoughts:
  3. 3. “I notice that your best innovations are produced by heterogeneous teams”
  4. 4. “Why is it, then, that the young people on Earth are educated to be uniform and equal?”
  5. 5. h"p://leading-learning.blogspot.com/ But … the world is out there! Get off the window! You must listen if you want to understand what the world is all about “And the schools on Earth lool like machines!” SCHOOL
  6. 6. “Why do the education systems on Earth insist on training the students to be: •  listeners rather than doers? •  followers rather than leaders? •  conservative rather than innovative? •  imitators rather than creators? •  analysts rather than designers? •  dependent rather than autonomous”?
  7. 7. 3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR? 5. CONCLUSIONS 2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE 1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  8. 8. 3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR? 5. CONCLUSIONS 2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE 1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  9. 9. EDUCATION IN THE LAST 250 YEARS They have been organized as imitations of the industrial assembly lines: 1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT rows of desks, separation between disciplines, education of listening and answering, rigidity of the curricula The schools of the present originated in the 18th century to fulfil the needs of massive education created by the Industrial Revolution
  10. 10. The new forms of socialization resulting from the development of networks (Internet, mobile phones) have generated a multitude of new opportunities for education 1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT EDUCATION IN THE LAST 250 YEARS
  11. 11. 1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT industrial, mechanistic and standardizing vision of learning learning and education as knowledge transmission predominance of authority, hierarchy, and dependence organic, social, and differentiating vision of learning learning and education as building, transforming, and empowering predominance of collaboration, autonomy, and interdependence industrial era social era praise of uniformity and obedience praise of difference and creativity disciplinary learning multidisciplinary learning primacy of quantity primacy of quality
  12. 12. 3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR? 5. CONCLUSIONS 2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE 1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  13. 13. 2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE Many organizations have been studying the most critical competences for the 21st century All of them confirm the misalignment between what the schools offer and what the markets need COMPETENCES FOR THE 21ST CENTRURY The study on the left was produced by the World Economic Forum Many other international studies exist
  14. 14. World Economic Forum, 2016 WHAT SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES TEACH 2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
  15. 15. OCDE, Global Competency for an Inclusive World, 2016 WHAT THE NEW GENERATIONS SHOULD LEARN WHAT SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES TEACH & WHAT THE SCHOOLS TEACH 2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE
  16. 16. 3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR? 5. CONCLUSIONS 2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE 1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  17. 17. Examples: 3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR Steve Jobs (Apple) Richard Branson (Virgin) Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook) Paulo Marques, Nuno Sebastião, Pedro Bizarro (Feedzai) Jeff Bezos (Amazon) Elon Musk (Tesla)
  18. 18. An ENTREPRENEUR is someone who faces a problem, opportunity or threat as a challenge, transforms it into a vision of success and makes it happen Being an entrepreneur is not the same as being a businessperson Some entrepreneurs are in business but others are not 3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR entrepreneur (n.) From old French entre- (“between”) + prendre (“to take”). Disposed for adventure, ready to take challenges Many businesspeople are not entrepreneurs
  19. 19. 3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR A student or a teacher can be entrepreneurs in the sense that they can have an entrepreneurial attitude The schools of the present are not organized to create entrepreneurs They are organized to create employees Entrepreneurship can happen in schools, often in spite of the schools but thanks to entrepreneurial teachers
  20. 20. CHARACTERISTICS OF EMPLOYEES Execute with discipline and rigor what they they have been told to do Are dependent, with no initiative and autonomy Need to be led and told what to do Are only interested in ”their” part of what is to be done, disregarding the whole 3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR
  21. 21. CHARACTERISTICS OF EMPLOYEES Do not want to understand the needs of the user nor turn these needs into opportunities Do not try to be creative or innovate Do not worry about building their networks of relationships Are afraid of making mistakes and do not take error as a source of learning 3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR
  22. 22. Initiative, autonomy, self-confidence, optimism, need for achievement Perseverance and tenacity to overcome obstacles Set goals and achieve them Believe in what they do Avoid routine behaviours, differentiate from the others 3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR CHARACTERISTICS OF ENTREPRENEURS
  23. 23. Are not afraid of failure and see failure as a source of learning Are oriented towards results, the future, and the long term Have a permanent desire to learn Seek to know their environment and feel comfortable acting there 3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR CHARACTERISTICS OF ENTREPRENEURS
  24. 24. Cultivate imagination, but translate their visions into actions Build and cherish networks of relationships 3. WHAT IS AN ENTREPRENEUR CHARACTERISTICS OF ENTREPRENEURS
  25. 25. 3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR? 5. CONCLUSIONS 2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE 1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  26. 26. Before we build something, we must experiment, but experimenting can begin in our own minds (and is free) THE PRINCIPLE OF IMAGINATION We should support our imagination with tools: notepads, sketches, mind maps The school of today has reduced the space to exercise imagination Those who don’t build castles in the air do not build castles anywhere 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  27. 27. We must learn to build excellence in uncertainty We must get out of our comfort zone THE PRINCIPLE OF UNCERTAINTY Nothing can be discovered in territories that we already know We should distrust what seems certain and lasting We should expose ourselves to chance and to the unknown But we should not take exaggerate risks: great innovators pursue opportunities, not risks 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  28. 28. There are two types of uniformity: the good and the bad THE PRINCIPLE OF DIFFERENTIATION The bad one subjects us to routines and principles that contradict our rights and our values The uniformity of our schools has made us all almost equal The good one lets us work in harmony with those around us  We must have the courage to build our own value into a difference that makes us unique and confident We should do it in ways that let us add value to the others diversity + collaboration = collective intelligence 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  29. 29. Do not refuse difficult tasks Easy tasks do not contain challenges – without challenges we become passive and accommodated THE PRINCIPLE OF DIFFICULTY Difficulty is linked to frustration – successful entrepreneurs have an almost endless resistance to frustration Do not ignore frustration: stop to understand it and with persistence overcome its reason Great victories are almost always on the other side of a wall of frustrations 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  30. 30. We live in a world of teams and collaboration For a partnership to be sustainable every part must be interested, not only in its own benefit but also in the benefits of the other parts THE PRINCIPLE OF SUSTAINABLE COLLABORATION Otherwise, the other parts lose interest, collaboration collapses, and all parts lose If you wish to ensure a lasting collaboration you must constantly take care of the interests of the other parts 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  31. 31. Empathy is our ability to get into the mind of the others and feel their vulnerabilities It is not the same as solidarity or compassion THE PRINCIPLE OF EMPATHY Our social and leadership skills are rooted in empathy You cannot lead unless you can put yourself in the mind of those who are led 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  32. 32. Do not explain: show! THE PRINCIPLE OF THE EXAMPLE Give examples, use metaphors and analogies, explore images, outline diagrams, make comparisons, invite others to act and experiment The great leaders do not tell their followers what to do: they do what has to be done, and the others follow Actions speak louder than words 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  33. 33. Love what you do and do what you love THE PRINCIPLE OF PASSION 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  34. 34. 3. WHAT IS AN ENTEPRENEUR? 5. CONCLUSIONS 2. THE COMPETENCES FOR THE FUTURE 1. THE SCHOOLS OF THE PRESENT 4. EIGHT TIPS FOR THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE FUTURE
  35. 35. To be an entrepreneur of the future, try to move radically forward from what you learned in school and university 5. CONCLUSIONS That’s something you can only do by yourself!
  36. 36. Schools of the Present Entrepreneurs of the FutureInstituto Pedro Nunes, IPN, 03/11/2017 iStart – A Lean-Training, Innovative, Multidisciplinary Digital Entrepreneurship Platform Slides in: www.slideshare.net/adfigueiredo THEEND

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