At first glance: Most interesting indeed, but I shall need to study that a bit (probably model some of the author's assertions/conclusions) before I adequately understand the article. Shall try to do that in due course.
Meanwhile, I observe the author has spoken about the 'compartmentalization of knowledge' that occurs in universities and in society in general as being detrimental to society (and of course to individuals within society). On the one hand, some compartmentalization is essential to ensure that the learner does not get overwhelmed; on the other hand, we do find an alarming lack of awareness about 'other ideas and disciplines' (other than those we ourselves may have specialized in). I do believe that the educational system has not yet understood how the ill effects of such compartmentalization may be overcome. (Even with the 'One Page Management System' [OPMS] which I strongly recommend as an aid to effective problem solving in real- life situations, it is quite difficult to overcome such ill effects). I suspect the OPMS approach can help quite significantly - but I've not done the modeling that may enable me to assert this confidently.
(There are many other doubts that arise - hopefully shall be able to resolve at least some of them in due course).