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FuturICT as a glance: Potential National Networks in Complex Systems. Prof.dr.Carmen Costea ASE & ASA. The world is changing. Changes our attitude and expectations requiring new approaches of life and profit.
ASE & ASA
As a consumer: what you get is what you learn to haveAs a business owner:what you get is what you understand to finance
Promote a new way of considering the real meaning of living and analyse it, under the label of “E” Theory (of sound education, effusiveness, social emancipation, elegance of thinking and economic emergence).
A new philosophy of life and action within economies and societies.
Franchising the knowledge (SHAPE THE CHANGE)
This new perspective = Capitalizing the added value by PRO-ACTIVE auto-governance : agility, flexibility, versatility, adaptability
“Markets .... are now more and more turbulent and complex, and the game rules become less clear or they change to such a speed that adaptability and flexibility begin to be considered by many authors as the only key to managerial success. “
Wilkinson and Young, 2002
Effects: fragmentation; transformation
Society as a propagation medium for information and knowledge
IT+ Complexity science = KBS
Products and Technology
Knowledge markets – the emergence of non-tangible goods
Mentoring, training, coaching
Patenting and licensing
Education markets – new functions: inducing “disruption” by creating new socio-economic structures needed by “breakthrough professionals”; knowledge dissemination to businesses; generation of clusters, networks, spin-offs;
Continuous learning for mentors and parents
Science Shop, Science fun, Hands-on Science
Breakthrough professions – create the knowledge stock; inventions necessary for the KBE (researchers, elite professionals, knowledge managers);
Development professions – take over knowledge and inventions produced by the first group and infuse it into production cycle. Generate innovation (hardware and software, nanotech, biotech, new materials); ensure industrial competitiveness.
Civic awareness and realvalue-based action
Multiple approach of stakeholders
New & revolutionary technologies
Implement “Just do it!” principle
Risk taking principle
Social Innovation Europe
Bridging together projects and persons with similar experiences and motivation of working andlearning together
Development of a Bank of resources easily accessible
Develop new relations between civil society – GOV – entities of all sort7 pillars of Social Innovation - Euclid Network):
Networks (transport, internet)
to reconsider the value and economic approaches based on institutional and ideological needs for changements
Sensors : Education, Society, Environment
National Office of Statistics
National Commission of Economic Forecasting
Ministry of Education and Research
Institute of Academic Education
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Labour
Ministry of Home Affairs
Commitment to action
Self motivation and assumed responsibility
Status spheres: traditional, transient, online, eco, giving, participative
Make it yourself
Good quality of employers
(Family) spousal coverage
Look in: Enhance CI practices
Look out: Learn about best of others
Look ahead :Opportunity /Scoping
Take action: Move execute, and raise the barCharacteristics of the new type of life
New standards (Quality)
Knowledge and technology transfer with competencies
Eco-innovation (soft skills)
Ideas for educational projects:
New types of Partership proving awareness,
freedom to accept responsibility
Learning to create a better elder generation
Eliminate Social stress
Complex Integration of public and private initiates and projects
Mediating Innovation more jobs, improved lives, better society
Development of a hybrid world is emergent, thrives on MUTATIONS that arise in the GAP between PAST & FUTURE, between the crises in education & culture.
DESIGN EDUCATION focuses on freedom of being sustainable responsible & systems thinking to counter crisis even inside the boom. It must serve the future!!!
FROM: “Culture is being destroyed in order to yield entertainment …Those who produce for the mass media ransack the entire range of past and present culture in the hope of finding suitable material …this material, moreover, cannot be offered as it is; it must be altered in order to become entertaining, it must be prepared to be easily consumed.”
TO: “A real cross-cultural attitude demands that the very paradigms, the very categories, the very forms of thinking, and the presuppositions of that other culture become integrated in the very vision I have of my own culture and the other culture. . . .
It is not that there are new things in the panorama; it is that the panorama is a different one.”