A radical shift in education is needed because it is not working and we need to move from teaching to learning

What’s  the evidence?


As for young people, the system is not working for most of them, either, 55% of youth feel that their education does not adequately prepare them for work.’ (McKinsey 2012).


‘Estimates put the costs of teacher attrition at $7.3 billion a year.’ ‘Already 46% of new teachers leave the profession within five years.’ (USA Forbes 2016).


A lack of talent adaptability among employees at corporations worldwide costs the global economy $150 billion annually,’ PwC and LinkedIn. (2014). ‘40% of employers say that lack of entry level skills is the reason for job vacancies’ (McKinsey 2012).


Despite this evidence, education maintains their output is satisfactory for global needs, ‘on the other hand 72% of educators believe their students are adequately prepared.’ (McKinsey 2012).



We measure people in micro-detail, not just their formal learning or their skills but how they think or behave and their potential in any given situation.

This enables:

the learner to follow differentiated learning paths that suit them, their goals and the way they learn

the employer to find and accurately measure the whole person against job criteria, culture 

the teacher to find ways of enabling learning rather than teaching for better results 

the education organisation to make the transition from teaching to learning 

A learning operating system in a social network

A learning operating system links the needs of the employer to the skills profiles of the individual

The edigogy methodology mygogy online environment and performgogy platform are the only ways to map formal and informal learning against skills, knowledge, understanding, learning content and job competencies. Our systems enable better learning, teaching, assessment of all learning, people and their ability to perform and learn in any context and create solutions to the Skills Gap.

Introduction to Vivagogy