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Education, education…

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Euan cites Richard Sambrook writing about John Chambers:

He said the current education system of grades and exams puts people in competition with each other and is a top down command-and-control model. As the leader of one of the world’s biggest IT companies he believes future education should concentrate on networking and collaboration – which will support greater innovation and corss-discipline creativity. It will also he said attract talent.

I often think we don’t realise the deepest lesson that our schools indvertently teach us – to be overly obedient to, and respectful of, authority – and not our own.

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