The Covid-19 universal of 2020 was one of most disruptive, transformative events, causing a basaltic shift in our way of life. Higher education institutions required a structured foundation to guide leaders through a period of turmoil. Most of these institutions had contingency plans working, but they had not been tested for a high-ranking disruptor like Covid-19. Although some institutions of greater learning were negatively jolted, others experienced a smooth change to online knowledge without missing an academic era. In the post-lockdown era, skilled are emerging systemic warnings that require these institutions’ managers to develop a framework that will combine artificial intelligence to help them forecast and manage disruptors in their organizations in the future. The market environment at which point private higher education institutions perform is becoming increasingly complex, putting them in a complicated rule. This study suggests that leaders reconsider their strategies and provide division training to all staff members, to future-proof their institutions against disruptions. The process projected, which is inclusive and cheap, includes practical and in essence simulations of disruption management utilizing augmented reality. The riveting world is also urged because possibly feasible to simulate a honest disruption.
College of Law & Management Studies, UKZN, South Africa & The Independent institute of Education (Pty) Ltd, South Africa.
University of Kwazulu-Natal, College of Law & Management, South Africa.
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Keywords: Disruption, cynefin, emerging threats, private higher education, sense-making, document analysis