"Learning How to Learn . . . and to Change"
Author: Medlin, E. Lander
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: September/October 2006
Executive Summary column. Comments on the statements made by plenary speaker Pulitizer Prize author Thomas Friedman at the APPA Campus of the Future Conference in Hawai'i. Author of The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the 21st Century, Friedman outlined the important skills, talents, and abilities we must focus on if we are to prepare our students and our workforce for the future competitive global market; these individuals must become great collaborators, great levagers, great explainers, great localizers, green-savvy, passionate personalizers, and great adapters. Includes photo of Friedman.
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