The future is already here, with current and forthcoming consequences that will impact different people at different times and places, in different ways and with different levels of severity and speed.
The future of the fourth technological revolution is a future where ambiguity, ambivalence, concurrent options, volatile truths and permanent change are indeed calling for a new way of relating to the world that is much more flexible and adaptive.
Agile techniques have brought the rigour and creativity they demonstrated for IT and software development into the wider business world, and now they are becoming increasingly valued in education. You don’t have to look far to find experiential learning techniques that reflect an Agile approach and Agile values. Increasingly, these are tapping into still wider benefits by using specific Agile techniques, such as Scrum.