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VUCA World


In today’s world, things are changing rapidly. From technological advancements to the progress in agriculture, there have been inspiring innovations.

Keeping up with this ever-changing scenario is the need of the hour.

This fast-paced environment is rightly defined as the VUCA World. The world is the abbreviation of Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous. Being competent in the VUCA is surely a challenge and Curious Kids helps your child build a strong foundation in the early stages of life. So, what exactly is the VUCA world?

Volatility

The world we live in is becoming unstable with every passing day. Changes small to big, anticipated or unanticipated are constantly happening even without us noticing.

Things are taking place so fast that they are difficult to predict and fathom. This, in turn, is affecting the way we deduce cause and effect. Curious Kids through its play-based learning instills a sense of preparedness in children to adapt to these changes quickly.

Uncertainty

Time and again, the degree at which we can predict certain changes in the world has become abysmally less. Historical forecasts or past experiences are losing their relevance and can now be vaguely implemented to predict the things that are about to unfold.

Finding a way through this while adding to the bigger picture is what we teach children at Curious Kids.

Complexity

Problems today have grown more complex. Be it due to those mingling with a lot of other aspects or the scarcity of the resources solving them, finding a one-size-fits-all solution to problems is almost impossible. Exploring kids to more than one way of problem-solving is what we encourage at Curious Kids.

Ambiguity

Since the problems are getting more complex, the solutions to the same aren’t straightforward. The approach could or could not work. This ambiguity is seen as the source to experiment and learn through trial and error at Curious Kids.

Preparing children to handle problems more smartly while learning from errors is what we believe in.