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Generation Agile
 

The Learning Tower of PISA

How the international community is testing and ranking education by country – and what that means for Generation Agile.



Case Study: AgileDS at the University of Hull

Using the Agile Business Consortium’s AgileDS™ (Agile Digital Services) approach to give graduates the opportunity to develop and grow their skills on live projects.


How Agile can Influence Educators

Turns out that the GCSE qualification is 30 years old this year. This has raised the profile of an ongoing discussion around the fitness-for-purpose of the UK education system.

 

The Campaign for Generation Agile

The Agile Business Consortium is calling for the inclusion of agility and agile skills in the education of everyone from primary school children, to working professionals.

Current education curricula are not equipping the workers of today or tomorrow to be flexible and adaptable, so businesses will not have access to the employees they need to compete and thrive.

It is our collective duty to bring about Generation Agile.

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Agents of Change

We are not the only organisation aware of the coming skills gap in the new employment landscape. Around the world, different NGOs, private companies, not-for-profits and teaching organisations are looking at how we can educate young people in the skills they will need in the agile businesses of the future.

Many of these change agents don't use the word agile. Instead they reference adaptability, flexibility, resilience, complex problem solving, creativity, and more.

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Why We Need Generation Agile - Whitepaper

We believe in the value of agile thinking and it’s necessity for the challenges that the future will bring our businesses and societies. This whitepaper sets out why it's so important to make agility and agile skills a core part of the education of our young people.

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About Us

The Agile Business Consortium is the professional body for Business Agility, and our high value, low cost membership is open to everyone.

Wherever you are on your journey to agility, we are there to support you. We create and share agile research, case studies, resources and tools that help you to compete in today’s disrupted world.

We’ve been contributing to agile knowledge for 25 years and are the world’s oldest agility-oriented organisation. A registered not-for-profit, we’re the brains behind AgilePM®, AgileBA®, AgilePgM® and AgileDS™ and organise the longest running annual Agile Business Conference on the planet. Over 100,000 people around the globe are now AgilePM certified.

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