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summarises 7 years opinion survey work on simplifying youth and yunus citizen maps
please make me a list of anyone you know in dhaka who is youngish and believes they are still connecting a yunus inspired concept
once you have made the list we can skype and work out how to correspondence map the names against the 3 ABC variables of youth action networking, business youth entrepreneur pitching, and changing education or other systems that define future of job creating capitalism
I need you to do a first version of this in next 7 days; it doesnt need to be perfect just get some names from your peer network or from the 10 social busienss cometitions yunsu centre has hosted
once we have that primary data we can then add a few missing project such as how are all grameen intern alumni to be connected, which space in dhaka open technology wizards can go to and make a maximum 9 minute khan academy style pitch that millions of youth needed to educate and action - have one more go at arranging a meeting with that missing communications director before I send a fax
once we have a first picture of dhaka I can try and guide it to other youth capital research epicentres celebrating the race to atlanta be they out of scotland, chile or italy or japan or poland or south africa or Paris, or out of conscious capitalism cities or .…
d been looking for. We are in the process of rapidly re-editing our 10th world guide to hubs -if you can't wait either email me at email@example.com or have a look at our city by city jottings at http://yunuscity.ning.com ... or MoocYunus : how to change education so that job creation is at its very core wherever youth would vote for that
We first started studying youth experienting with online networks in 1972!, and my father's life work evolved into debates of the coming entrepreneurial revolution at The Economist. By 1984 he was mapping how the net generation could collaborate around 3 billion new jobs www.wholeplanet.tv www.valuetrue.com This can't be achieved without there being as many professional people celebrating microfranchises as macrofranchise. The difference- microfranchise is designed so that productivity and investment stay in a community whereas macro sucks value (including decent jobs, natural resources and community wellbeing) out every quarter. To be ruled only by professions and politicians who command over global extraction is the Orwellian Big Brother nightmare in which local sustainability (including next generation of youth) is drowned out of existence. So hubs ultimately need to know what conflict resolution they will need to mediate to remain communally grounded on the peoples side.
VALUE CHAIN CRISIS Ultimately hi-trust economists (eg what is known in USA as conscious capitalism CEOs) now know that the greatest error of the second half of the 20th century was how tv advertising became a model of sucking out sustainability and jobs from localities as well as way of controlling who chains who with so-called knowledge. See how a recent debate at The Economist concluded by a marginal majority that the MBA curriculum is designed to destroy your nation's future.
The way to get back to the net generation being worldwide youth's most productive and collaborative time is if the internet is seen to hub the greatest open education revolution ever seen - code names moocyunus and planetmooc
Whole industry chains like clea energy have no chance of developing without being grounded in communit-rising models and openly hubbing these around the world at virally positive speeds of interaction
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64 trillion dollar question -which hub designs can help (and which block) the search for 30000 microfranchises whose open sourcing across global villages was forecast in The Economist of 1984 to determine whether the net generation would sustain the greatest age of worldwide youth productivity, and collaboration www.wholeplanet.tv
how do hubs work? Thousands of such systems have emerged in the last decade. I define a hub as providing an interface and communal space that is as social as it is businesslike . Most notably it needs to be designed to collaboratively evolve as an intervention opposite to the goals that separate organisations value. If societies are to sustain futures it may well be that in a networked age, more health and wealth is grown by hubs than by separate organisations at least as far as youth valuing community diversity and local service is concerned. Ultimately hubs need to replace unhealthy aspects of politics that sprouted before the blossoming of the 21st C knowhow networking economy where we all depended on virtual relationships for trade as much as we do on ones with the person next door.
In studying hubs for 10 years, I have come across some truly entrepreneurial ones -ones worthy of anyone's top 10 list for advancing the human lot- that have been the greatest local job creation agents - and some pathetic ones that have implied they are being designed to give the people a different voice from top down as usual, but ultimately get sucked in to all the old ways of destroying a place's unique job and service creation.
Because hubs interface real and virtual exploration of how to exponentially improve the human lot across generations, they are the way ahead to directly bridge a global village world making old boundaries (including national ones) ever less relevant. They provide opportunities to learn from diversity of communities far away or celebrate wisdoms of other cultures.Search MoocYunus for some of the surprising outcomes (eg total education revolution) this leads to -and the mapmaking probability that we all need to study technivillage with as much gusto as technicity
ges) want to develop CC in parallel to us
The 3 slides attached or this googledochttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1Yrx4NsuYWFALQe6zdH1EatrP5_7_kIlTcpJPHCSGf-0/edit show the current version of survey - I am sure we can improve it over time
Part 1 of survey asks you to edit what you mean by the 4 pillars:
Purpose. Stakeholder. Culture, Leadership
Part 2 is optional- if you have been an alumni for a long time of a network discussing future of net generation or collaboration entrepreneurship - whats this called and how do its main tenets map on top of conscious capitalism pillars
The reason why I use light colors in the slide is that way people can scribble their views on top if paper form is printed out
Over time I hope we can improve this survey as a way of searching out parallel citizen networks etc - just needed to start somewhere
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its very exciting for me to be connected- the urgency of collaborative social action mapping cannot now be over-stated, Could I summarise as a statistician a vision I am trying to help educators, students and true (next generation sustaining) investors in youth map back by end of 2015 as a first stage.
For believers in what World Bank Jim Kim has called one of the 2 defining social movements of the net generation - twinning hub creating affinity investors in youth and students around the world until the movement becomes more valuable to sponsor than the olympics. By affinity I am currently trying to analyse 3 variables though need help if you see other ways - of course the variables also interact
(please note I use youth and student inter-changeably- in the world of adam smith/keynsian economics that I respect as a scot maximising impacts of livelihoods is the core job of the economist explaining why keynes general theory defines ending poverty as the profession's core purpose, and the 1843 founder of The Economist defined its mediating purpose as ending hunger and ending capital abuse of youth)
A:-regional labs eg San Diego, Atlanta including GA,aAL, South Africa, DC-VA-MD, NY, Boston
B:-demographic labs eg womens, youth, african american, hispanic ...
C:-practice labs- eg mobile open source, health, food security and nutrition, energy, investors by transparency of multi-win model
Reasons why end 2015 makes sense for a fits massive collaboration of what we know
Z: Atlanta is hosting a 20000 live youth and hopefully millions virtually in Nov 2015- the main conveners of this event are Nobel peace Laureates, Ted Turner family, Jimmy Carter family, Martin Luther king family including the lawyer who represnted Rosa Parks, Mayor of Atlanta , Governor of Georgia, the head of the public university system... so how do we get representative teams of as many of the ABC as possible sharing knowhow (including eg khan -academy style 9 minute training modules) and youth entrepreneur delegates? The reason Atlanta is hosting this is basically Ted Turner and Luther king families asked Yunus what would we need to do to make Atlanta you favorite youth and Yunus residence- and he said demonstrate twin youth jobs summits. Before Atlanta the Nobel Laureates are calling off in Cape Town Oct 2014 and have already staged Warsaw Nov 2013 (that had a solidarite flavor from Walesa and an Open Society flavor from Gorbachev -sadly it missed the chance to include Soros!
Y: there will be 2 Jim Kim-Young Professional Associate-led summit; two of these have been hosted 2012, 2013 - right now the YPA are being asked to work out whether to merge this summit with UN youth envoy (and potentially UN education envoy). Additionally in June Results annual convention has jim kim as its main speaker. For those who were fans of the 2209 concept to unite the lessons of grameen, brac and jami bora- yunus is main current editor of impossible postcards - example attached); BRAC's challenge with MOOC is also summarised in attachment; my family foundation loan to jamii bora doesn't make me able to independently summarise how to celebrate jamii bora's knowledge most
X: I have added Naila to the circulation- she was dr yunus number 1 womens mobile connector from 1996; in 2012? because of the troubles in Dhaka she moved to Dc region- she connects first ladies with knowhow of whta open tech mobile can make possible as well as responsibility for future of fashions/garment sectors and futures of energy sectors. Naila probably has a massive mobile hispanic poorest womens project to research starting end of month if anyone is interested
W: end 2015 will be last year of impact of obama (and whatever his yes we can regeneration tried to stand for) before elections take over
There are many other end 2015 deadlines which may or may not have a convergent home but at minimum could collaborate in making sure their post 2015 maps are shared with students in atltanta . these include
post 2015 goals
future of microcredit or micro-everything - eg paris 5000 person annual microcredit and social enterprise summit is called convergences2015 and Naila used to act as person who briefed the global social business leaders out of paris on latest conflict news from Bangladesh
future of ilab movements where like kenyas they develop products that put youth's open technologist wizards at epicentre of future exports
future of open education - by end 2015 it will be possible to take stock of have missing curricula of job creation got permanent free access spaces like khan academy and who's partnering who in that - i have researched real open education networks since 1984 and for whatever reason the social entrepreneur movements have undervalued these extremely - which is good in that they can form their own partnerships now without the usual greenwashers of eg ashoka chasing them-what is not so good is that its harder than it need be to linking all those who only loved microcredits where they were also womens investment banks in educations- 7 years of research of bangladesh microcredit shows that is the great hidden agenda of which microcredit ends poverty and which can never wholly scale enough to break through the top-down banking-politician lobby that is so anti-youth that it is heading to orwell's big brother end game faster than we can yet connect global villages sustainably
I do have another personal agenda- I want to make the next massive youth jobs deadline 2018 as that corresponds to 175th anniversary of The Economist where my father worked all his adult life on Youth Capitalism - but delighted if others can suggest their next deadline after 2015
MY FIRST QUESTIONS WOULD BE
if what I have described above makes some sort of collaboration sense what extra detail or contacts can I share with you so that you feel fully involved; if it doesnt make sense- is there any way -skype, personal meetings, introducing other people I connect with who may be better explainers
what other first questions do you have?
i think we need to map action network franchises and what youth collaborations they want; I think we need better connections with eg khan academy; we are researching which capitalism chapters and most relevant in which places- eg which of the 20 conscious capitalism chapters are relevant - their annual summit is next month in san diego- and king who is the coordinator of anything CC in DC will be over there - dr yunus has run 5 interstate youth student competitions to date - GA AL NC OR NH - the most connected university networks have been the HBUC which is also the network that first made him a professor in East Tennessee back in late 1960s- Atlanta was since 2000 the epicentre of connecting HBU curricula of entrepreneurship and competitions- recently that alumni base of student, mentors, judges, and investors has been taken over by Thurgood Marshall with Scott Lilly at its decision-leading epicentre; the elite colleges in Dc region wanted to run siloised student events with dr yunus so University of District Columbia stepped up to start 6 state social student investor competition now in its 2nd year thanks to operational leadership of sylvia benatti
I believe that sam's green energy peoples lobby bis epicentred in san diego and ken patterson can tell you lost more about results.
Monica Yunus runs the most subversive youth-culture movement- back in 1970s Altanta HQ's coke-imaged over the world with the ne seekers rendition of I'd like to teach the world to sing- she wish to create 2 million peace artists jobs across communities of USA - her model at www.singforhope.org can change the extreme imbalance of superstar value chains should youth know how to connect with it. Jim Kim's descriptions of how to use porter to remap value chains to be bottom-up and openly collaboratively were recently share with 50 students at a change the world mooc - attached
Chris Macrae 1 301 881 1655 washington dc skype chrismacraedc
Norman Macrae Foundation, Youth Capitalism
1984 Future Histioy of the Net Generation - By 2005 worldwide youth learnt 2 things:
-gaps in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations were man's greatest risk
-macroeconomics was disgraceful political chicanery - devaluing the idea of democracy
From: EP TEAM <email@example.com>To: chris macrae <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: Shawn Humphrey <email@example.com>; primo vannicelli <firstname.lastname@example.org>; L. Lu <email@example.com>; Travis Vaughan <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Saturday, 15 March 2014, 1:44Subject: GPY2015
Dear Chris,I would suggest to include the following social change makers in our GPY2015 email conversations. They care deeply about social good and youth opportunities and would help build lasting bridges for GPY2015.
Prof. Shawn Humphrey - email@example.com
University of Mary Washington (Virginia)
Shawn is a social change innovator and microfinance advocate.
Prof. Primo Vannicelli - firstname.lastname@example.org
Primo is very engaged in our local United Nations Association San Diego.
Lucy Lu - email@example.com
Lucy is a board member of the Young Nonprofit Professional Network, San Diego.YNPN has over 40,000 members nationally and 1,600 members in San Diego. http://ynpnsandiego.org/advisoryboard.html
Travis Vaughn - firstname.lastname@example.org
Travis is one of our founding board member of the San Diego Microfinance Alliance. He is moving to Seattle to start his MBA in Social Entrepreneurship in the Fall. http://sdmicrofinance.org/about/advisors/
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I am not sure if there is somewhere that we are supposed to have posted a short note of extreme personal motivations and network connections. Briefly my father and I first saw students experimenting with early digital networks in 1972. Dad at The Economist created the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution to debate whether peoples in a borderless (death of distance world) would invest in worldwide youth's most productive and collaborative time. Many entrepreneur movements (eg drayton's social entrepreneurs) chose the E-word because of my father's work. Father was always a bit of a tease . He liked to remind big decision-makers that the french origin of the e-word concerned the open society challenges faced by a place that has just cut off the heads of the 1% who were monopolising all productive assets. The Economist's 2010 remembrance part highlight to dad are here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTY
Where this takes me is tracking a list of 20 anti-youth monopolies we need to reform if we are not to lose our childrens' generation. 4 of these anti-youth monopolies are in education and which the Massive Open Online Collaboration movements (San Francisco and Boston's MIT) now put in play. Dad's last project sponsored 10 of us to go and interview muhammad yunus as often as possible and to sample 100000 dvds of those interviews to youth. So I love conscious capitalism and any leader who dares publicly question what is the youth sustaining purpose of their global and local market's value chain. Yunus is a brilliant inventor but whether he understands innovation battles in crowded markets (or gets on with open technology's greatest wizards) in ways emulate that some of Mackey's co-leaders do is a relevant question. Especially now USAID has declared a partnership with Yunus
Dad spent his last years as a teenager navigating RAF planes in world war 2 over modern day Bangladesh. He was then tutored by Keynes in Cambridge on how economists (more than anyone) design futures making elderly macroeconomists the biggest risk to the futures youth need to be sustainable
Sorry if I have gone on too long- love to hear you stories and what collaboration actions you recommend we first take
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ters or even whole foods ceo john mackey would want to learn from - at the same time I see the only advantage of being stuck in dc is what happens in dc spreads not only with in state but federally and to developing world - so if we ca plant any chapters we are proud of we can try an twin them everywhere - and open education is certainly a viable channel for doing that right now though I am interested in eg berners lee has any other open sourc ways of webbing that can blend tech and non tech but passionate people
5 could we of the Balston chapter invite people to meet approximateely monthly on open education
4 similarly if you and chris belchamber identify a quorum group i would like to join
3 and then there is the unmanagementent event team -sdietrack about 10 years ago having attended about 5 big open spaces I rehearsed how to do 2 out of 3 things of open space in one hour - what you have to forego is the parallel brainstorming - you still invite people who are passionately on focus across your network and you still end the hour of how will we continue to action network - but in the hour you invite one or 2 people who already have an idea ready for replication -anna has one just now (attached) -she was most impressive in my view single student entrepreneur at udc competition -so question is can we organise an hour event around hger either to warm up some momentum for udc yera or if it doesnt fit through one of our other ccdc groups- Bronx tv covered how unmanagement one hours are hosted here I would love to go back to them with a roundtable on open education!
2 and the competition linking youth to saying what they want from a CCDC chapter as well as celebrating past youth who are scaling massive collaborations like anna's future for native american jobs networking
1 equally i can see that christopher king wants a bcorps chapters and what few relationships in that world I have I will pass over and if they have any action minutes I would like to read them - I an interested in world's most responsible organisations but I want to start with changing some of the biggest ones because what have we left if all the biggest ones are the most irresponsible - the purposeful vision of big companies (or most open networks) and how they deal with innovation is my professional side but it doesnt typically fit any professional group out there in spite of the books I have authored trying to connect media and other professions
0 dc needs a digital open tech wizards chapter - it would be best if udc (sylvia with new president?)? proposed this to the mayor though on another timeline I have to get back to brookings and digital initiative in mayors office and federal community broadband experimenters on how to link them together
i will develop a blog http://consciouscapitalismdc.blogspot.com trying to branch around these chapters and any other I comprehend - if you connected with a ccdc person whose idea I havent got a chapter for please tell me - but this is only one of about 100 collaboration agendas I am informally noting so be patient with its lack of tidiness or join in co-editing it…
llapses. This much I was able to demonstrate in 1999 when I edited a triple issue of the journal of marketing management on brand reality. This connected 2 decades of market modeling teamwork out of MIT with early databases on what societies mist wanted to produce with other people who believed there must be ways to do good with media
When dad and I first saw youth experimenting with digital networks in 1972, we knew at the core of our beings that the internet would become an invisible war between those who wanted to map the smartest human and education media and those who wanted to make the internet an appendix of all the tv advertising age's waste, bossy command and control, devaluation of transparency and dumbing down especially of youth.
Father's video questions whether it was fate or nature that caused tv mass media to spin the 2 anti-youth monopolies :
extreme political short-termism -somewhat more important than BRIC is whether BBC2.1 (Brazil Britain China) can turn on Olympics being all entertainment cost and linkin what's missing which is free youth celebrations of sustainability heroes. Isnt it od that you can become an overnight sensation if you run the fastest or are better than anyone at hitting a ball through goalposts, but if you wish to give a way a life critical service franchise solution there is no freedom of speech for that? if yiu think this is odd please linkin round Muhammad Yunus daughter at www.singforhope.org -since 9/11 she's been spnding half her life helping youth hunt out celebrities in every field who want to help youth find reality's heroes
We have known since my father's 1984 handbook on the net generation's next 3 billion jobs that Freedom of speech 's greatest problem revolves round open sourcing 30000 microfranchises - solutions to life critical service empowerment in one community that could be virally replicated to other communities facing the sqme sustainability challenge
Its very weird -isn't it - that people should take the term social media as a seriously new phenomenon. I mean: what other media would peoples want?. All media is by definition a giving away of the commons - so how did we the peoples end up with lawmakers licensing away media to anti-social ends? In any event, 2010s is the right time -quite probably human sustainability's last time - to ask how is social media defined. I would choose the definition - gives freedom of voice to celebrating life critical service franchises when these are invented and wherever the inventor primarily wants to open source the solution
Please think long and hard of the consequences of defining social media any other way- if you wish to chat about this here I am email@example.com
We Create What We Want. We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there. We achieve what we want to achieve. We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not! We believe we can create a poverty-free world. We need to invent ways to change our perspective. We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. . Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world. Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities. Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit. They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental. The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own. Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity. Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.” Source : http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/2006/yunus-lecture-en.html ...
Coming from a family of statisticians whose life work has focused on communications. the mots heinous act a professional group can do is make up a number for something they don't know how to measure. Sadly most professions found themselves doing this in the race to go global. I was there in one of the Big 5b Global accountants as they discovered the gap between their tangible audit (what a compamy physically owned) and the rest of the value they couldn't measure as the post-industrial revolution made service then knowlhow networking worth more than the commodity physical product. One of the first let do evil numerology inventions was brand valuation. Accountants hired out how to calculi this toad gencies who immediately developed algorithms which went up the more ad money was spent on image-making, the more realty-mang purpose ws destroyed. (NO wonder the httest ceo benchmarking networks are to trying to reconnect with their scetors sustainability and pro-youthy purspoe- such as Joh mackey's conscious capitalism movement or until he died ra Anderson's Interface Sustainability movement.
Anyone who knows the difference between add and multiply can question how much evil bling numerology aloritms are spreadsheeting. Multipy is the operand of connectivity, addition is the iperand of seprbility and extrenalisation (passing on risk you know most about to some society who knows least about or whose government doesn't care)
WHY DOES THIS MATTER
Because we defined every opportunity for the net generation to be more productive and collaborative around win-win models depending on how multiplies value in use unlike things that get consumed up. Whether the industrial age's zero-sum think had to cause all the wars it did is something beyond my ken treport out. What I am hear to do is question why we don't peacefully free all our children arpound the win-win age of knowledge multiplying given that on the 2010s we have a million tiems more collaboration tech than when man raced to the moon in the 1960s. When DR Yunus speaks like this at his Nobel Laureate's exceptance speech- it is a wonderful story
But is there anyone states-side in all the sectors of doing good and advocacy concerned with mapping the links between the storyreloing and how to replicate the microfrmachises that can make even youth's most impossible hoistoricdereams future realities if we win-win model instead of audit zero-sums
Can the most dismal Aunty of them all be reborn
The BBC is known by many Brits as Aunty. The British people have invested more in this public media than any nation making the purpose of the BBC intriguing - what could the most social of Broadcasting Media do. Surely it would let itself be shouted down when it had evidence of there being no arms of mass destruction before George and Tony raced into war without a cultural clue in the world. But then you wouldn't be factoring in what an extreme crisis of confidence the BBC suffers from. To keep his entertainment licence in China the same Mr Murdoch who later linked in tabloid media, politicians and police into wire-tapping the mobile phone of a teenager killed by a pervert, promised to use all his power to oppose the BBC and the british people's right to celebrate the most social of mass broadcasting. Would even George Orwell have imagined how anti-social media, politicians and powerful "monopoly-to-rule" professionals have become…
ompetitions - way to co-create net generation's next 3 billion jobs
what IS googledoc? its a Micro-wiki ... Open education friends of googledoc:
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Diary of which 25000 youth can change … - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lfFpar2sJSoNYVFBzPNTv9hR7F0AgmsNrbZpV07z2Ec/edit?usp=sharing … 24 months count down to most active reunionyouth& yunus have ever hosted
When hundreds of thousands of students share a change the world curriculum - as the The Economist's entrepreneurial revolution segment of MOOC advocated developing collaboration webs since 1972 - its natural for practice teams to huddle at Skype. Sharing a Micro-wiki document which updates next actions is becoming a key practice. This blends with media and mediation tool of chartering developed 1990. Think of the happiness and freedom that interacting micro-declarations of interdependence can now liberate!
Curriculum of how millennium goal summits failed .FED2.1dealer of first human resources.
Curriculum of ObamaUni MOOCwho . DC Conscious Capitalism - diarist ER007
Example 1-co-edit this doc if you are interested in the most trusted economists and banks coming to a community near you https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RXxOzSdbIRVhtF2tc3xpfJ3dxvWpX6AnSS1OqW7eOE0/edit
The Youth & Yunus Travel Guide to when Youth is saving the world : Boston
Here are more examples of google docs we are piloting in such hotspots of open education and open society networking - please share yours with us
Sorosnet Coursera Series Live Debriefing 1 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qq0Tt9iYTTkSLZXlIpRWRIWkCFmNG-BUAf5seZ8PfE4/edit
Doc series Researching how Youth Value Universities
published at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cDCeMleMkz4xBTtdyBFiqy3q3DDbjgmitTkD-fjO1Rk/pub
Doc series researching how massive youth networks can most help Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus
Yunus Trust Series
Youth and Yunus Judges of Student Entrepreneur Competition https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aeZ5D8-FuUr9hMceEUL7EgEznr4-SmEVsXHvIrSP06U/edit
Youth & Yunus Social Business Competition start-ups
The MIcro-Everything Mapping Series
Pro-Youth Economics- Top 10 Microfranchises
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BRI.school ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION NETWORK BENCHMARKS 2025now : Remembering Norman Macrae
how do humans design futures?-in the 2020s decade of the sdgs – this question has never had moore urgency. to be or not t be/ – ref to lessons of deming or keynes, or glasgow university alumni smith and 200 years of hi-trust economics mapmaking later fazle aded - we now know how-a man made system is defined by one goal uniting generations- a system multiplies connected peoples work and demands either accelerating progress to its goal or collapsing - sir fazle abed died dec 2020 - so who are his modt active scholars networks empowering youth with his knohow n- soros with jim kim paul farmer leon botstein and with particular contexts- girls village development and with ba-ki moon global climate adaptability where cop26 november will be a great chance to renuite with 260 years of adam smith and james watts purposes there is no point in connecting with system mentors unless you want to end poverty-specifically we interpret sdg 1 as meaning mext girl or boy born has fair chance at free happy an productive life as we seek to make any community a child is born into a thriving space to grow up between discover of new worlds in 1500 and 1945 systems got worse and worse on the goal eg processes like slavery emerged- and ultimately the world was designed around a handful of big empires and often only the most powerful men in those empires. 4 amazing human-tech systems were invented to start massive use by 1960 borlaug agriculture and related solutions every poorest village (2/3people still had no access to electricity) could action learn person to person- deming engineering whose goal was zero defects by helping workers humanize machines- this could even allowed thousands of small suppliers to be best at one part in machines assembled from all those parts) – although americans invented these solution asia most needed them and joyfully became world class at them- up to 2 billion people were helped to end poverty through sharing this knowhow- unlike consuming up things actionable knowhow multiplies value in use when it links through every community that needs it the other two technologies space and media and satellite telecoms, and digital analytic power looked promising- by 1965 alumni of moore promised to multiply 100 fold efficiency of these core tech each decade to 2030- that would be a trillion tmes moore than was needed to land on the moon in 1960s. you might think this tech could improve race to end poverty- and initially it did but by 1990 it was designed around the long term goal of making 10 men richer than 40% poorest- these men also got involved in complex vested interests so that the vast majority of politicians in brussels and dc backed the big get bigger - often they used fake media to hide what they were doing to climate and other stuff that a world trebling in population size d\from 1945 to 2030 also needed to map. so the good and bad news is we the people need to reapply all techs where they are only serving rich men and politicians od every party who have taken us to the brink of ending our species- these are the most exciting times to be alive - we the 3 generations children parents grandparents have until 2030 to design new system orbits gravitated around goal 1 and navigating the un's other 17 goals do you want to help/ 8 cities we spend most time helping students exchange sustainability solutions 2018-2019 BR0 Beijing Hangzhou: BR6 Geneva, Luxembourg, BR2 Dhaka, Delhi, BR1 Tokyo, Seoul
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Dad (Norman Macrae) created the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution to debate how to make the net generation the most productive and collaborative . We had first participated in computer assisted learning experiments in 1972. Welcome to more than 40 years of linking pro-youth economics networks- debating can the internet be the smartest media our species has ever collaborated around?
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1972: Norman Macrae starts up Entrepreneurial Revolution debates in The Economist. Will we the peoples be in time to change 20th C largest system designs and make 2010s worldwide youth's most productive time? or will we go global in a way that ends sustainability of ever more villages/communities? Drayton was inspired by this genre to coin social entrepreneur in 1978 ,,continue the futures debate here
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