Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
Below, more details on why the quiz involves asking everyone what maximum 12 minute training modules could millions of youth job create with most if they could freely share the training online now
First 7 reasons why this is recommended as the most valuable quiz the human race has ever explored
1 thanks to Keynes we have known since the 30s that the Hippocratic oath of economists (as the discipline that rules over man's biggest systems) is: do not destroy youth's future jobs. Right now there is a hidden war between pro-youth and anti-youth economists which the survey can bring transparency to. Note how mass media has a tendency to abuse humanity with misleading soundbites - too big to fail is a term that only a mad egotist could mouth, nature's evolutionary rules revolve round selecting not to become too big to exist. See note 3 for more.
2 Thanks to The Economist we have known since 1972 that by the 2010s the way humans designed the networking age (how every community/village is integrated into a borderless world) will be spinning so fast that one of two opposite impacts will become irreversible:
2010s will be worldwide youth's most productive time
2010s will be a decade where more and more national and regional systems collapse in ways that under-employ youth
|3 Thanks to The Economist - we have known since 1976 that none of the 20th century's largest organisational typologies can sustain the not generation without transformation that requires professions to stop being masters of separation and externalization. Mathematically to thrive in an age of increasing connectivity, professions need to value open system designs that interface win-wins at their boundaries, and gravitational contexts need to be mapped bottom-up not the old top-down way. While those with the most responsibility for the economy of any society you spend your life in may not have been challenged to understand this before 1976, the work of Einstein in the 1930s and Von Neumann in the 1950 clearly maps this.||
2 Yunus Diary January 2008 -New York's smartest question on sub-prime is asked by 9 year old
14 yunus book how can youth urgently and joyfully linkin to revolution of collaboration entrepreneur
Timing back from the future matters. Whilst science fiction writers have been questioning what would happen when man first linked together systems on a planetary scale rivaling nature's, it only became evident from piloting early online networks in 1970s that the generation 1976-2025 would become responsible for this whole truth for all futures valuing collaboration as the greatest innovation multiplier human beings did not yet know how to work with.
4 Thanks to The Economist since 1984 we have know that sustainability of the human race depends on identifying at least 30000 life critical service franchises that can be openly replicated across any community around the world that need such knowledge to be embedded in the community and where the value (and continuous improvement) of co-producing the franchise should stay in the community where the work is served. This work also links to maps that help people countdown 3 billion new jobs to invest in the net generation celebrating before the 2020s.
5 Thanks to MIT we have known (from databases surveying what societies wanted from the innovation of the world's largest organisations) since the late 1980s that bigger and bigger gaps have been emerging in key globalising markets between the purposes that could free human sustainability and those that will value chain humanity to the pied pipered by Orwellian Big Brothers. MIT has developed entrepreneurial antidotes to such loss of purpose that has made it the number 1 job creating alumni network in the world as well as a world leader in open education.
6 Thanks to Bangladesh, knowledge has emerged since the birth of this nation in 1971, that pro-youth banking, education and design of market's value chains are wholly interconnected as far as sustaining next generation's exponential rising (not collapsing) development is concerned
yunus launches youtube competition-what would purpose of youth's favorite free online university be?
7 Thanks to those leading educators (who choose learning for a living to be the main purpose of education at all ages) the goal of free online education being best for youth job creation everywhere is being seen as the most valuable purpose of more and more people who love the internet. This is also converging those who wish that every market would be designed around the particular pro-youth freedom that it could productively sustain if we just do the human race's most valuable quiz now.