Dr. Pavel Luksha is a founder and a director of Global Education Futures initiative, aimed at catalyzing the transformation of educational ecosystems at a global scale, and a co-founder of Global Change Leaders movement of educational & social innovators. He is also a Professor of Practice at Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, where works primarily on the transformation of the higher & professional education sector, and a Professor at ITBA (Technological University of Buenos Aires). Pavel also works closely with the Russian Agency of Strategic Initiatives, one of the primary national vehicles of driving change in professional education development and new technological sectors. He is the co-author of Rapid Foresight methodology, widely used in sectoral and regional planning, and a primary author of Skills Technology Foresight methodology developed in partnership with the International Labor Organization. He is the leading author of several major publications on future of skills and learning, including: “Educational Ecosystems for Societal Transformation” (http://futuref.org/educationfutures)<br< a=”” style=”box-sizing: border-box;”> /> “Skills of the future” (</br<>http://futuref.org/futureskills)<br< a=”” style=”box-sizing: border-box;”> /> “Atlas of Emerging Jobs” (www.atlas100.ru/en) Since 2014 he acts as a representative of Russia in BRICS Skills Development Council (and chaired the group in 2015-16).
He is also a co-founder (and a program director for several years) of the Foresight Fleet, one of the largest events on future thinking education held globally since 2012. Before 2009, he worked in business advisory services, automotive, and investment sectors, with over 20 years of experience in strategy design.</br<>