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Learning appears to be quite hard. Most of us spend our attuned with what's contemporary and thus succeeding precious time in accumulating a body of knowledge which in an ambiguous, unpredictable and constantly evolving we expect to use for the rest of our lives. But, it's not environment. learning that is hard; it's unlearning that we struggle with. People who find opportunities in a changing environment are those who are actively looking for them. The choice is simple: act or be acted upon . Since change is The most difficult phase for a person certainly is to unlearn, the only constant you can truly rely upon, learning to because he/she is completely attached to some previous navigate and adapt to it is not just important to your experiences, which may be undesirable for continued survival, it's essential for you to thrive in the bigger learning and future evolution. Thus, it really becomes games of life. difficult to forget your past, and re-evalute your current standing and capabilities to start afresh. The need of the hour is to constantly rejuvenate for enduring strategic advantage over competitors and this Adaptability is the key to UNLEARN and RELEARN phase. mandates an out-and-out adoption of the learn-unlearn- To succeed today you must be in a constant state of relearn relevant techniques symbolized by flexibility, adaptation – continually unlearning old 'rules' and agility, steadfastness and tactfulness. It requires a relearning new ones. That requires continually questioning gradual and steady process of transformation and assumptions about how things work, challenging old overhauling your thinking process. It requires paradigms, and 'relearning' what is now relevant. challenging old assumptions and creating newer layers of assumptions. Are you up for the change and ready to Considering the above, agility to learn and grasping new scale new heights? things is the new normal. When the rules of the game are changing fast, swiftness and the attitude to let go of the old It is neither the strongest of the species that survives, nor the rules and learning new ones is no more a matter of choice most intelligent. It is the one that is the most adaptable to but a critical ingredient to sustaining in this highly change .”- Charles Darwin competitive environment. Constant learning and upgrading yourself is the key to unlock your change proficiency, to stay editorial note LEARN, UNLEARN, RELEARN – KEY TO SUCCESS "The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn" - Alvin Toffler @civilminds
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Chairperson and Managing Director (CMD) : Mr. V.P. Gupta Chief Executive Officer : Abhishek Gupta Executive Editor : Ritesh Singh Editorial Team : Ritesh Singh, Gajanan Dwivedi, Naweed Akhter, Sanjeev Kumar Pandey, Vikas Chauhan, Hiralal Mandal, Ankur Sharma, Jasmine Sokhi, M Burhanuddin, Vrinda Gupta, Maharshi Sharma, Mangal Singh, Nagendra Pratap Singh, Pradip Singh Design and Production : Rohit Rajput, Deepti Gupta
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