Uncertain environments always pose the most complex scenarios for Individuals, Organizations and Nations to adapt and remain competitive in an ever-changing world. In some examples we can examine real cases of resilience and fortitude in spite of mounting crucibles. A researcher cannot help but question these sources of resilience, the to realize that such instances of sustainability cannot happen without a well-developed strategy. To understand such intricacies, we could examine the case of functioning in an uncertain environment most dedicated to Contributing to the building of a culture of peace, the eradication of poverty, sustainable development and intercultural dialogue through education, the sciences, culture, communication and information. One could shed light on the learning development capabilities and evaluate the sustenance by adapting a conceptual model that will allow us to understand how it function in uncertainty.
Since education seams be at the core of leading in uncertain environments it makes sense to wonder how Sustaining Learning Development Strategies form internal and external perspectives function. In a “short term” run we understand that we should develop clear metrics for success. A suggested solution would be to deploy a continuous improvement plan, with emphasis on analytics.
This can happen when they focus on capabilities and narrow down the scope of work. This is especially true if one of their long-term organizational objectives overarching objective is to attain quality education for all and lifelong learning. This is an extremely lofty and ambitious goal to be attained in uncertain environments of the world. But another strategy would be for leaders to align their strategies with emphasis on learning versus governance and politics. By mobilizing science knowledge and policy for sustainable development and addressing emerging social and ethical challenges, we can instead foster a cultural diversity, intercultural dialogue and a culture of peace. This can be achieved by building inclusive knowledge societies through information and communication. We can carry out these priorities and objectives within a results-based framework ensuring aid effectiveness, accountability & transparency.