Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
Ironically the search for the billion-jobs curricula has got harder during the first 40 years that Norman Macrae Foundation has been engaging entrepreneurs in online education and open everything.
Keynes- First of all, pro-youth future can be destroyed by those most powerfully blocking it
2010s is in a planetwide http://wholeplanet.tv jobs mess because of a terrifying species of luddites at the top of such command and control industries as banks, politicians, mass media, macroeconomists, carbon energy, those who prevent local nutrition and health from being communally affordable, and globalization of professions, and academics on hire to the former groups. We only make that remark to free you from believing that it will be difficult to have full youth employment in an era where collaboration technology and mapping is a million times more joyful than when man raced to the moon.
It is possible to list top 10 by practice areas and by types of methods (including how people model business and social impacts). The main method to know about is the microfranchise. The serice economy's engine is the human team. At the moment an innovator has developed a replicable franchise that teams could take to thousands of localities to serve - there is a choice. Will that franchise be
These are two exactly different models. As macro is currently dominant, the question becomes why would anyone mainly want to do micro. Let's set aside history which shows that over 90% of the inventions that progressed the human lot were due to micro-entrepreneurs. The truth is that the greatest advantage of online is open collaboration - so for example once an app is coded it can be replicated anywhere that is linked in at a click of a button costing next to nothing to distribute. That is what generates how the 21st c economy can be 10 times more abundant and job creating than anything the 20th C could plan.
If for the last 40 years entrepreneurs who read eg The Economist knew of this extraordinary opportunity for worldwide youth of the net generation, why haven't we freed it. Well because of failure of the whole truth purpose that public broadcasting could serve. They should have checked out which franchises were micro and celebrated the for free wherever they were about a life-shaping community solution, And why for example has the biggest public media the BBC not done that. Well study the interference of several groups who came together to block this as we have seen in the recent inquiries involving Murdoch.
Lawyers, politicians, police, media, bankers all sorts of command and control people have been united in censoring the bbc from asking questions that would have blown their hatred of openness. This isn't only a british disease- sadly its both a Europe-wide disease and one that is led out of the biggest nation to open source the English language the US of A.
So it should be little surprise that when we hunt out the greatest job creating curricula of te world and their connections with microfranchises we need to go to places where the crisis needing village soloutions are most urgent
- Bangladesh is the world leader in developing microfranchsie and so its grassroots networking designers should be represented on any online ...that is designed to be pro-youth.
South Africa is another amazing country for bottom up exeriments in youth job creation I rather susoect that Chian is much more brilliant at botto up job creation and microfranchses than I can find out as I try and mediate job crises and closed education models out if Dc. I also look forward to celebrating with you if it turns out yur region is a leader in microfrancising