Gamification and Advanced Technology to Enhance Motivation in Education (free download book)

Read our latest publication: FLIGBY – A Serious Game Tool to Enhance Motivation and Competencies in Entrepreneurship, by Zoltan Buzady, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary & Fernando Almeida, Polytechnic Institute of Gaya, Portugal In: Gamification and Advanced Technology to Enhance Motivation in Education, Faraon Llorens-Largo & Rafael Molina-Carmona (Eds.), September 2020, MDPI booksISBN 978-3-03936-970-6 (Hbk);…

Earth Day, Fashion Week and Flow

Yes, you might wonder how on earth might these fuzzy concept-catchwords be connected, and why on Earth Day? A McKinsey Blog about the top fashion trends highlights the following directions such as creating an inclusive culture, establish new social media platforms for classic brands, focus on sustainability to reduce resource usages such as energy, pollutants,…

In New Leadership We Flow – Lead4Skills

  A recent International Labour Organization study “Skills mismatch in Europe study 2014”, shows that labour market in Europe demonstrates various types of skill mismatch, including mismatch between the number of job seekers and employment opportunities, which is reflected in unemployment. The overall aim of the  “Lead4Skills” project is to provide higher education institutions (HEI)…

Training millenials

A shift is about to happen in the global workforce: just in four years, every second employee will belong to generation Y (millennials, who were born between 1981 and 2000) and soon replace baby-boomers who are about to retire (if they can or want to). Even though this demographic change is becoming unavoidably visible most companies…

The Theory of “Flow” And Its Relevance for Organizations – 5th (final) part from the working paper

Part 4 – Demographic Changes 3. Implications for employee training and learning Traditional, formal learning systems, in which “students” sit for hours and listen to (often not well crafted and delivered) lectures and take exams are becoming less and less effective because in an ever-growing number of societies young people have mastered learning – primarily…