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2014 dream curriculum for khan academy (and open edu related communicationc channels)

tell us if you have a dream focus area for khan academy or other producers of 9 nminute audio blackboards

we dream of a catalogue of business models that net generation can collaboarte around to link in sustainability out of every community

some models are quite surprising - eg Denmark's but less so if you are already trained up about clustering dynamics in local to global market scaling

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what I would love to see is a cluster of 9 minute audio blackboards (my way of describing the khan academy experience) on radical models entrepreneurs can use bottom-up (and collaboratively as that is he huge innovation multiplier freed by being networked) -
maximum 9 minute audio have these youth viralisation advantages - they minimize bandwidth so maximizing access; they are intense attention experiences for teacher and student alike; they don't risk the vampire video effect which is one reason why tv advertising is so costly to produce and makes any market non-economic-
if we can be first to get a cluster of these sustainable models that youth viralise they become an open course that will still get copied (or worse made famous by those who change the system rules while pretending they have been inspired by the original; source)
however youth needs in less than 10 years to web 30000 replicable community franchises to sustain the planet if my father's 1984 estimate is correct - so youth can get on with cataloguing solutions that work if they know the models and have open spaces and youth summits and properly designed virtual spaces of which khan academy may or may not be one
this also needs imo to be a number 1 job of citizen chapters- in each city we need to map what is the sub-brand of youth capitalism that most connects with open sourcing above above collaboration -
the ultimate challenge is to linin the world's most collaborative brand; fortunately sunil and I have issued white papers on that in global reconciliation conferences since 2004 -hard for any mckinsey clone to claim as their own (you know the story of how ashoka's partnership with mckinsey in brazil destroyed south American opportunities to make world social forum more valued than the world economic forum)
chris
models (ones I know how to audit) may include
100% social business model
51% social business
paul polak frontier corporation serving at least 100 million bottom of pyramid customers with 10 times lower responsible cost popularized by zahid's network
-more simply if public mass media was doing the purpose father scripted for it in 1984 you could simply model your trust in industry leaders particular regional purposes- this is what about 100 African industry leaders linked in around Ibrahim to do backed up by about 100 journalists at africa24tv.com
sadly 90% of ashoka entrepreneurs do not use sustainable models - so they either need this curriculum very fast or to be revalued- I wish drayton had never read my 1976 article because he doesn't understand entrepreneurship as it relates to scaling worldwide community sustaining models and makes dc a doubly non-economic city to try and netwo0rk solutions out of
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Hi Chis, What your father argued and where you've taken it since is something which aligns in many places with what my colleague Terry Hallman attempted before he died in 2011.

I  noted the SB100% and the SB51% in particular, and what Terry's 1996 paper said:

"This business model entails doing exactly the same things by which any business is set up and conducted in the free-market system of economics. The only difference is this: that at least fifty percent of profits go to stimulate a given local economy, instead of going to private hands. In effect, the business would operate in much the same manner as a charitable, non-profit organization whose proceeds go to local, national, and international charities."

As I've experience in my attempts to engage with prominent people and support organisations we will always be beyond their focus, when it comes to collaboration. Next thing you know, they've rebranded it,  We got that from USAID, the British Council, Erste Bank before they jumped in on our efforts in Ukraine.

it's been 6 years or more since we were forced into radical transparency, publishing a strategy plan online, by what we saw as a hijack attempts. Only last week did I discover those involved were consultants from McKinsey. It came to light when Ukraine erupted again last month and Bloomberg commented:

http://www.p-ced.com/1/node/241
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 Regards, Jeff  

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