HBR agrees with Joi Ito.
MMOs can provide a social environment where you pick up leadership skills like people management, challenge navigation, and resource allocation. Not only that, you could get a job at Yahoo!
A natural, holistic learning environment that promotes life skills alongside essential academic skills. We see a world in which progressive Green Schools are abundant, connecting a flourishing community of empowered, creative leaders of the future.
Deep in our primal brain we are taught NOT to fail. Often in school there are direct consequences to exploration and failure. Incorporate principles of choreographed energy & failure in the beginning students would be much more prepared for reali
Employers see new graduates as people without a lot of work experience, in order to give employers the confidence that you are a good asset you need to show proof. My recommendation is to take on challenges.
(Re-)Introduction of a "test-semester" at universities to ensure, that the students reflect on their subject of study and think about, what the really want in life, which is the ultimate recipe for sustainable success.
Let's expand entrepreneurship education from its current enterprise development focus to one that encourages students to learn and practice a process that will help them make better informed decisions regarding any change scenario in their lives.
Like the Shine project in the UK (http://www.shine.nhc.ac.uk) we should facilitate the birth of scalable local companies that can be run by students to help them develop missing the skills, and build up their confidence and their reputation.
The idea is that this person would have a broad knowledge coupled with domain specific expertise. These people are curious about the world and because of their broad knowledge they can communicate across discipline. This makes for collaborati teams.
Individuals often lack belief and confidence in their abilities. Simply reviewing the cycle 'belief-behave-become' analysing what this looks, sounds and feels like can help individuals realise the impact they create.