"Arguably, the single most important determinant of the success of our country’s future businesses and professionals will be their ability to not only accept change but also thrive in a continuously evolving and challenging environment. It’s not survival of the fittest; it’s survival of the most adaptable."
"While flexibility and versatility may come naturally to some, it can and should be taught. Future productivity and prosperity depends on a collaborative commitment between business and academia to continually evaluate and rethink our approach to education. Many schools do a fine job teaching the practical skills necessary in a specific subject or area of study. What sets candidates apart, however, is their exposure to a curriculum that encourages teamwork and innovative thinking and offers students real opportunities for leadership well before graduation."