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Designing education for entrepreneurship in the 21st century


Designing education for entrepreneurship in the 21st century

Entrepreneurs are, in essence, innovative problem-solvers, and they are needed now more than ever. But the complex and ambiguous problems we face today require entrepreneurs to have a different set of knowledge, skills, and attitudes. Our current education systems were designed in a different era. How do we design education for entrepreneurship in the 21st century?

This interactive session will bring members from the design, education and learning communities from various sectors together to interogate:

What kind of learning experiences best develop entrepreneurial skills and mindset?

How do we develop talent that can solve the world’s most pressing problems?

How do companies promote an entrepreneurial mindset in their employees?


Ramon Marmolejos – a learning designer, facilitator and strategy consultant with a passion for developing people and organisations. Ramon facilitates learning design with Kaospilot and works with clients around social innovation as co-founder of Emzingo Group and Alkimia Learning.

Carolyn Curtis - CEO of The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI), Carolyn Curtis brings over 20 years’ experience working in social innovation and child welfare to her role. Under Carolyn's leadership TACSI has become a leading independent not-for-profit organisation working on social projects and initiatives across Australia.Carolyn is a Non-Executive Director for world-leading social innovation network, The Social Innovation Exchange. She is also on the boards of The Fay Fuller Foundation and The Difference Incubator.

Bert Verhoeven - Head of Entrepreneurial Programs and Senior Lecturer Innovation and Enterprise at New Venture Institute, Flinders University. Bert is the brain behind many of NVI's programs that put entrepreneurial and innovate ideas into action.He's known for his ability to break down concepts into digestible tasks during hands-on sessions, delivered with his famous Dutch wit! 

This FREE breakfast event is a taster for the 3-day Kaospilot masterclass The Art & Craft of Designing & Faciliatating Learning Spaces on 13-15 November. 

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