Norman Macrae Youth Foundation NMYF -net of The Economist's pro-youth economist
1 Celebrate Jim Kim's 2 defining social movements of the net generation - eg withdraw your support from world's biggest brands wherever they fail to co-promote these movements
Close down public sector tv wherever it fails to cover the search for 30000 microfranchises as the number 1 good news item . Also free public debate on what purposes of every major market sector most maximises human livelihoods in exponentialiy value multiplying but safe ways (see www.trilliondollaraudit.com )
Learn from chinese web leaders collaborative competition to create 100 million jobs
Understand how bangladesh socially networked 15 million village mothers jobs and ended illiteracy of 50 million children -part 1 before mobile connectivity
Understand how bangladesh and kenya lead the world in ebanking owned by and for the poorest and job creating youth -end politicians who obstruct this and the disgraceful political chicanery of macroedconomists
End all extrenalistion models of economics by reclaiming the 2 hippocratic oaths that Keynes demanded of all who design future systems- race to end poverty and know that this cannot be done until peace dividends restore goodwill communities everywhere. Ask Glasgow University alumn of adam smith to mooc a glossary of every term he defined which has become abused by false mediation
Replicate the bangladesh solar energy model until billion people off grid enjoy thriving carbon negative economy of solar
Benchmark the model applicable to 90% of industry sectors to transform to carbon zero value chains within half a generation pioneered by a leading carpet manufacturer - interface
Make a list of missing schools curricula of sustainability - clean energy, financial literacy, empowerment and cross-cultural joy, job creating entrepreneurial literacy being 5 that tens of millions of south african and indian children are peer to peer learning
Make a worldwide catalogue of bottom-up crop science benchmarking how this contributes to 1 food security , 2 locally natural agricultural processes , 3 inclusion of poorest farmers futures in effectiveness, efficiency and expanadability - the core design of the world's largest and most collaborative ngo BRAC
Unite real and virtual learning platforms (eh khan academy) to end the 4 monopolies of job-destroying educators
Celebrate ILABs everywhere they unite open source technology youth in their aim to lead world class trade across and within nations with particular emphasis of ending risks - the number 1 unique advantage of death of distance borderless connectivity -what both twitter and crowdmapping were originally designed around
Linkin round the business model designs of bottom-up multinationals currently targeting the top 25 life critical services that billions of poorest do not yet have a hi-trust market process for
Celebrate maker expos everywhere including summer camps- these value artisan and local ecology skills; they can be liberated by such open technologies as 3d printing
Unite the 3 leading models of nearly free nursing colleges with the goal of creating 100 million jobs that end nurseless villages (where nursing is value as the most trusted information networker (including local telemedicine tester) as well as basic health service deliverer. Continue London Olympics theme of celebrating what the history of your place has at some time celebrated best for peoples public servant model
If you are catholic join in the servant leadership curriculum; if you celebrate another faith identify its analogous servant leader movement; if you are agnostic you can still support servant leader curricula wherever you celebrate family and community
Understand the open processes of MIT that led to it being the number 1 job creating alumni network- and publish a value league of universities voted on by under 25s
Identify 3 or more ideas we have so far failed to map
Chapter 1 to 20 Above Outline
Chapter 0 Introduction to over 40 years of Exploring Net Generation's Entrepreneurial Revolution with a leading pro-youth economist
This book is about a search to celebrate the Net generation as worldwide youth's most productive and collaborative time. Our sources and diaries on this topic started in 1972 when my father Norman Mactrae at The Economist and I first got involved with students testing early digital learning networks.
Norman published his first 40-year (intergenerational) future history in The Economist - The Next 40 Years 1972. I started my first job - putting my studies as a graduate statistician at Corpus Christi University of Cambridge to work as a project coordinator at The UK's National Development Project of Computer Assisted Learning which was cluster around a network of universities in the North of England linked in round The University of Leeds.
I was lucky because I was asked to program statistical exercises for non-statistical students such as psychologists, architects and geographers.
SEEING THE GREATEST COMMUNICATIONS REVOLUTION EVER EMERGE BEFORE YOUTHS' EYES
It was immediately observable that clicking interactively and simultaneously with 500 other students across the North of England was a hot media- one which stimulated intense attention or frustration.
HOT-Active not Passive; Explore your own learning pathways not one instructors superhighway; Attention Grabbing when machine mediation augmented human capacity to downright maddening when it did not.
Here was this machine telling you that you were right or wrong, and indeed demanding you to try another example until you got it right. We learnt pretty quickly to divide the screen in 2 halves -one which continued the drill of the analysis at hand, the other which advertised how excitingly different it could be to search the student's practice area once you had mastered this analysis
The goal of this book is to help everyone help youth design futures that unite the human race and happily celebrate the freedom of productive livelihoods out of every community! Consequently it is not theoretically a book about economics.
However we aim to share how empowering it was to be mentored by Keynes at Cambridge as my father was after surviving world war 2. This is a book valuing connections with designing and actioning futures. Practically we invite you to map how 99% of families to question whether economists are wholly representing their social and economic purposes.
Reference Keynes General Theory in which he concluded economists compound both greatest opportunitie and risks onto future generations because their thoiries monopolies rules that design futures. For example when economists theories collapse banking systems and claim these are so big that the next generation must bail them out even if this destroys many of their livelihoods, that is quite extraordinary monopoly to have embedded into globalisation, wuite a loss of productive freedom.
Access to Norman Macrae Foundation archives lets you explore the emerging challenges of the net generation from the viewpoint of the most joyful youth economic mediator. But how does one take back from the future notes of every wonderful livelihood the open education age could be spinning across a borderless planet motivated by solving humanity's greatest service needs. Here is a framework we are testing as we linkin to some of the most extraordinary youth summits as the first 15 years of millennium collaboration goals comes to its 2015 finishing line.
Youth Capitalism's Map to Change World - Year 44 Entrepreneurial Revolution
Top 50 Student Jobs Clubs
Hottest Spring 2014
Nanocredit and other most extreme mobile network applications of very poorest womens networking
Celebrating the next step of freeing job creating entrepreneurial curriculum in every school
What can the world learn from hispanic youth innovatipn cultures and vice versa
Will DC ever be free to exchange the most extreme diaspora change value chain models
Ilabs and YCLabs -mapping where worldwide youth own labs for open source world trading
Where do alumni of the first 50000 change the world mooc go next and can GPY help
10 Most Social Collab-brands
Run by leaders youth trust most.. Repurposes value chain of cluster of Trillion Dollar sectors
Use all unseen multi-win metrics of goodwill, trasnparency and risng exponential sustainability -ie opposite maths of wall street extraction by 1% over 99%
Celebrates knowhow which is most valuable to open source and multiply in use
Prototype example: Women4Empowerment leverages knowhow of first 20 years mobile partnerships with world's poorest women volagers and first 45 years of Bangladesh banking for poorest
First ladies redesign responsibility of fashions
Superstars redesign community regeneration
Poorest owned Nanocredit and cashless banking dialogues with telecoms billionaires
Demonstration of massive family healthcheck celebrations
Maximises connectivity with all top 10 colab-brands
Top 20 Trillion Dollars Markets to repurpose for exponentially sustainable livelihoods
21st C Action Learning Process
Featured process - spring 2014 - competition for impossible become possible postcards- the world's largest top-down organisations spend a trillion dollars a year testing concepts for selling ever more expensive products- how does net generation rehearse the most value multiplying concepts ever to be co-created
In addition to coding, which processes is net generation pioneering to create new jobs - eg open spaces, crowdfunding, grounded theory redesign of anti-social media, peer to peer training on missing job creating curricula, makers faires. microfranchise replication and joint community ownership, sustainability professions that end externalities instead of compounding them, green energy solutions. 10 times more valuable community healthcare approaches ...