The Future of Higher Education in an Era of Disruption

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The Future of Higher Education in an Era of Disruption

Exploring future scenarios of value creation Professor Robin Teigland

Management of Digitalization Chalmers University of Technology

June 2019

www.robinteigland.com | www.slideshare.net/eteigland | robin.teigland@gmail.com | @RobinTeigland

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Visit by Minister of Education to Chalmers

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Every period of significant

technological change has been met with corresponding waves of

innovation in education.

President Farnam Jahanian

Carnegie Mellon University

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http://marketrealist.com/2016/01/fourth-industrial-revolution-need-know/

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Digital is the main reason

just over half the Fortune 500 companies have disappeared since the year 2000.

-Pierre Nanterme, CEO Accenture, 2016

Yet..Digital disruption

has only just begun.

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https://www.inc.com/glenn-leibowitz/meet-the-ceo-running-a-billion-dollar-company-with-no-offices-or-email.html

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Transformation of economic activity

Centralized, hierarchical organizations

Decentralized, self-organizing

organizations

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Global forces impacting universities

E&Y

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If I want to learn something, I can learn it faster on my own.

I can figure out what I need to learn and everything is already online.

I want to know why am I studying something.

It is just too big a hindrance to stay in one place for 5 years because the world moves much faster than that.

Social Entrepreneur One year of International Business Program Erasmus Rotterdam School of Management

Towards personalized outcome-based education

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The Green Warehouse Coworking Space

Peniche Ocean Watch

Blue Circular Economy Initiative

Social entrepreneurs in Peniche, Portugal

2Rodas Makerspace

TG Teigland

Robin Teigland

Jon Erik Borgen

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Looking into the future?

• Forecast

–How we think the future will be

• Vision

–How we want the future to be

• Scenarios

–What the future can be

–“ Alternative memories” from the future ?

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Creating future scenarios for 2030

Traditional education

Government

Private Sector

Fluid life-long learning

Adapted from E&Y

Go ve rn me nt ro le

Learner preferences

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Four higher education scenarios for 2030

Traditional education

Government

1. Champion Universities

Governments champion a few mega- universities and fully fund them as strategic

national assets. Enrollment is limited in traditional degree programs that are highly

research-based.

4. Virtual Learning Labs

A range of local and global learning private platforms and providers capture the market.

On-demand micro-certificates dominate as technology disrupts the workplace.

3. Commercial Universities

Governments require universities to be financially independent to ease national budget pressures. Students favor degree programs that offer work-integrated learning.

Universities collaborate with industry on teaching and research.

Private Sector

Fluid life-long learning 2. Virtual University Labs

Universities and vocational institutes collaborate in networks and share digital platforms offering unbundled courses and

certificates. The focus is on training and employability.

Adapted from E&Y

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Four higher education scenarios for 2030

Traditional education

Government

1. Champion Universities

Governments champion a few mega- universities and fully fund them as strategic

national assets. Enrollment is limited in traditional degree programs that are highly

research-based.

4. Virtual Learning Labs

A range of local and global learning private platforms and providers capture the market.

On-demand micro-certificates dominate as technology disrupts the workplace.

3. Commercial Universities

Governments require universities to be financially independent to ease national budget pressures. Students favor degree programs that offer work-integrated learning.

Universities collaborate with industry on teaching and research.

Private Sector

Fluid life-long learning 2. Virtual University Labs

Universities and vocational institutes collaborate in networks and share digital platforms offering unbundled courses and

certificates. The focus is on training and employability.

Adapted from E&Y

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Free online AI courses

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Robin Teigland

www.robinteigland.com www.slideshare.net/eteigland

robin.teigland@chalmers.se

@RobinTeigland

Trond Gunnar Teigland

tgteigland94@gmail.com

https://www.facebook.com/PenicheOceanWatch

@penicheoceanwatch http://www.go4surf.pt/

If you love knowledge, set it free!

OCEAN TECH

HUB

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”Ocean Data-driven Innovation” MOOC with Chalmers

”Ocean Data-driven Innovation” Objectives

• To raise ocean literacy and create awareness of ocean innovation opportunities

• To facilitate data-driven innovation across ocean use cases

• To encourage global collaboration and cocreation for a sustainable future

• To promote SmartOcean as a Sustainable Ocean Innovation hub Potential collaboration with Kiel University and Geomar MOOC resources

and experience at Chalmers

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To be a hotspot for entrepreneurial activity, a flagship in ocean innovation, and

a showcase in circular economy

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