When you go into the workplace, more often than not, and especially in a lot of highly changing job environments. You never have, you can never learn enough in the educational institutions that you actually do it. But, at the same time, what the colleges and universities say, is that we are trying to teach you how to understand the basics, so you can go into any field, because it’s not just what you study, you can end up in a very different job. I think this is one of those fundamental decision things – fundamental educational things, that should be in the educational institution part, versus preparing them for a job. But that means that the organizations take on that other part, preparing them for an actual job that they are going to be doing. If the organization doesn’t provide that then you learn on the job, and a lot of companies just leave it at that, so you learn on the job, you, you know we don’t spend the time teaching you, and no matter how much we tell you, you are not going to learn until you actually learn from experience.
So experiential learning is pretty important there, but there is also some fundamental learning, which I think needs to move. And no one is happy with college degrees anymore.