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Cultural Intelligence for Optimal Outcomes: Diaries, the Violin, and Existential Knowledge

Cultural Intelligence for Optimal Outcomes: Diaries, the Violin, and Existential Knowledge
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Author(s): Michael Dent (Sunway University Business School, Malaysia)
Copyright: 2021
Pages: 19
Source title: Advancing Innovation and Sustainable Outcomes in International Graduate Education
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Mohan Raj Gurubatham (HELP University, Malaysia) and Geoffrey Alan Williams (HELP University, Malaysia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5514-9.ch003

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Abstract

Four types of intelligence are relevant to any discussion relating to the future of graduate education: basic IQ (or intelligence quotient), emotional intelligence, artificial intelligence, and cultural intelligence (CQ). All of these will have an increasing impact on the roles of both university students and academics in the future. The difficulty is in assessing what changes these are likely to bring to the educational landscape. This chapter attempts to understand the drivers of change and the likely outcomes. Some small proposals are then made as to how both universities and students should plan for their future. This chapter will not assist you on learning how to play the violin.

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