Managing Director, Astana Hub
Innovation has become the key driver of success in the modern world, with businesses and organizations constantly seeking new ways to grow and stay ahead of the competition. But what is it that drives innovation? Increasingly, it is becoming clear that innovation often arises when different elements of market ecosystem (be it a macrosystem involving the government or a microsystem at a group of companies’ level) interact and collaborate in meaningful ways. At the heart of these interactions is human capital – the skills, knowledge, and creativity of the people involved. Our panel discussion will focus on how collaboration between various stakeholders within the education ecosystem can drive innovation and support the development of human capital. The session will feature experts from education, business, and government who will share their insights and experiences on the topic: 1. The importance of collaboration in fostering innovation: how collaboration within the education ecosystem can create a culture of innovation and support the development of new ideas and approaches. 2. The role of education in building human capital: how education can play a crucial role in developing human capital and building the skills and knowledge needed to support innovation. 3. Examples of successful collaborations between educational institutions, businesses, and government agencies that have led to innovative solutions and advancements. 4. Technology as an enabler of collaboration: how technology can facilitate collaboration within the education ecosystem, allowing for more effective communication and knowledge sharing. 5. Overcoming barriers to collaboration: potential barriers to collaboration within the education ecosystem, such as resource constraints or cultural differences, and how these barriers can be overcome. 6. The impact of collaboration on society: how collaboration within the education ecosystem can lead to advancements that benefit society as a whole.