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Future Now System Design
Economists systemically participate in 2 defining social movements of net generation:
Twin capitals in massive youth jobs expos
Structure capital so families savings invests in their next generations livelihoods
Missing job creating curricula - eg literacies of finance, entrepreneurship, microfranchise replication, empowerment, open tech and coding, clean energy, peac can only be empowered out of each community with youth,
Borderless planet emans converging on end of nation state boundaries
NB Open Edu and clean energy are the reasons why net generation can grow 100 fold over 2 generations provided we also use that wealth and health on most vital service sectors for all (starting socially/communally from birth up -eg nutrition/food/water security most vital first 1000 days)
Failure to mashup schools and apprenticeships making courses for most needed vocational services - eg nursing - virtually free
Unseen wealth metrics and failure to define net generation around search for above zero-sum models (service around peoples talents knowledge around multiplying value in use unlike thing consumption). Specifically:
Valuing goodwill around (multi-win rust flows) linking each sectors most productive and sustaining purpose to every coordinate of value exchange; transparency auditing conflicts out ahead of time; sustainability modelled as rising note collapsing exponential
Take a sector: debate where is selfishness of elder generation blocking 10 times more affordable- eg in health and energy and peace ..........
Economists hire themselves to disgraceful political chicanery - compounding anti-youth monopolies and 3 types of externalisation:
Within borders - ie underclass, inequality
Across borders - destroying union of peace and economics
Failure to align every profession hippocratic oath to publicly serving the 99% not profiting from ruling over 1% as big clients
Every defence of separate boundaries compounds regions of greatest (and unsustainable ) risk- this is mathematically obvious when you define network to be systems**N
Failure to celebrate curriculum of public servants
Failure to design internet as smartest human media including- ending every way tv advertising became dumbest media public broadcasters urgently unite in impossible become possible dialogues (why does commercial tv spend trillions on trivial concepts , nothing on joyfully rehearsing greatest innovations for human lot)
Search for new models of trilliondollaraudit; and new ownership constitutions of funding including ownership models of youthworldbanking
Top 20 anti youth monopolies
Do you co-blog for youth ? Time sensitive actions of open education network linking in 25000 youth and Atlanta summit015 . Do you linkin with YouthCapitalism ? can you help revalue Norman's surveys- eg Valuing peace if only mythology of USSR as a superpower had been spooked in Americana in time
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YouthCapitalism -WELCOME to The Entrepreneurial Revolution and MOOC futures Lab Foundation Norman Macrae, The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant . ( 40 Years of mapping Future Capitalism at The Economist. 3 billion jobs Youth of Net Generation (1984), fan of Yunus (Creative Lab Capitalism (1.0 1983, 2.1 Atlanta 2015), Open Education Capitalism 1972-2015) NM Remembrance Parties #4 Principal, Glasgow University 6 Dec 2013 -queries firstname.lastname@example.org
. How Net Gen Values most purposeful brands, leaders and organization of co-working lifetimes..Happy 2014's Most Collaborative Youth-Jobs Caps: 1ATL 2JOH 3GLA 4DHA 5??
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HOME OF YOUTH CAPITALISM (started 41 years ago for net generation by dad at The Economist) - Today's maps of massive collaboration:-summits 1 2 2.1 resources health 1
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Favorite meets of 2013 - the most human meeting on banking Washington DC has staged this century - coming to GU oct 10 DC future capitalism hotline 1 301 881 1655
Fall13 - where millions of youth need to swarm now, or forever after keep your peace
Invitation to leaders of open education and society-help search out 9 minute OLAS from The Economist's 42 year pro-youth economic curriculum of net generation's Entrepreneurial Revolution
help design 11 plus curriculum of pro-youth futures
LINKEDIN 9500 MASSIVE COLLABORATION ANNOUNCEMENT - The Top 1000 OLA League Table
How MOOCs change world - a greatest 11 minute lesson I've ever seen; a 4 minute collaboration call
MOOCwho; if you could help millions of youth to mooc for 9 minutes with a job creating collaboration entrepreneur-who'd you choose- Sir Fazle Abed? George Soros? Jack Ma? Open mIT? Taddy Blecher ??
TWIN CAPITALISM _What can countries bring to Youth Capitalism? Poland10/13, France1/14, USA South 11/13, Scotland1758, South Africa2014 ..
Breaking Valuetrue curriculum: 64 trillion dollar curriculum of banking for 99% of people and youth
Entrepreneurial Revolution Curriculum 101 :Nations have only grown across generations by improving energy of machines or human collaboration
Norman Macrae Youth Economics-Education Foundation Washington DC hotline 1-301 881 1655 firstname.lastname@example.org Urgent Collaboration Scoops
Welcome to home of future capitalism curricula since 1972 in The Economist. Here we aim to open source youth's most exciting human knowhow including :
world's first research on social business capital curricula from 2008- we invite mutual action-plans from anyone concerned with pro-youth liberation of a million times more collaboration entrepreneur systems including Vital Curricula (eg KhanAc) or Open Action Learning (OLA)Networks of Future Capitalism and Open Society
hot fall013 Open Education's Next 100 Million Jobs
help progress The Economist's 40 year search for pro-youth curricula : energy & food security; health & nursing; financial services: mass media remixed; education; pros and ecos; Org Design for collab entrepreneurial revolutionPlus Ca Change.. what were The Economist's 7 Entrepreneurial Revolution wonders of 1972 have become the 7 most desperately sought open curriculum of 2013 - join in next at Soros-INETe partner of coursera: money curriculum 1 sept 2013, or rsvp if you have a MOOC nomination to swarm one million youth to
Help welcomed by friends of Norman Macrae in assembling this handbook on pro-youth economic curriculum
Valuing 3 Billion New Jobs
Pro-youth economics curriculum of The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolutionary Norman Macrae
This book's main format is short texts. The sort that could make up maximum 9 minute audio-blackboard formats of the type pioneered by the leading open education platform khanacademy.org These texts are accompanied by rehearsals of the curious questions and answers that such texts could stimulate if Massive Open Online Collaboration Action Networks (MOOCAN) of youth were freed:
- : to value the million times more collaboration technology connecting our species today than when man raced to the moon half a century ago
Foundation Norman Macrae, Washington DC region 1 301 881 1655 email@example.com The Economist's pro-youth economist was formalized on Norman's death 2010 after this party at The Economist Boardroom. We assert open source rights to Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution started by Norman in The Economist in 1972 after he first saw UK experiments in Open Education-after 12 years of debates with reads Norman and Chris's future history of net generation next 3 billion jobs was first published 1984, Having been tutored by Keynes, Norman was well aware that economists are only capable of compounding 2 exactly opposite maps of globalisation- those futures youth need most or least (eg the Orwellian scenario)
..Help friends of Norman Macrae assemble handbook on pro-youth economics curriculum- types of help 1) tell us of links to related curricula - eg the curricula of soros alumni.
We also introduce 3 frameworks derived from Norman Macrae's lifetime work mainly at The Economist
Entrepreneurial Revolution's 7 wonders ThinkPad
Multi-win value exchange mapping
The global village hunt for 30000 microfranchises that could free trillion dollar global market purposes capable of joyfully sustaining the net generation and the 7 to 10 billion human beings of century 12
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.................................7 wonders summary update on 41 years of Entrepreneurial Revolution research at The Economist7 who most wants to share community sustaining solution with hundred of millions for youth-story of 7.1 benchmarking, 7.2 bottom up ngo, brac and ..6 what process for sharing-story of open education -khan academy labs cost 300 dollars to start up wherever practitioner has knowhow that millions of youth can create jobs fromtwo threats to sharing before we take examples of 3 most urgent sectors and possibly last gamechangers human race can collaborate around to return to rising sustainability exponentials all over the planet and full employment of youth 2015-20245 mass media - how can societies end huxley's crisis of being entertained to death'4 economists and professions with monopoly to rule man's biggest system designs- how to end gandhi, einstein and keynes crisis of being controlled by short-term rulers of systems even though nature and human wealth-health multiplies bottom up and openthree sectorswill energy and agriculture ever be abundant green and affordable and localwill health and nutrition services every be for all locally accessible, pro-youth focused, girl empowered and mobilisedwill hi-trust banking ever invest in next generation's productivity and sustainability of communities
-41st year of studying Threats 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 to The Economist's 7 wonders of Entrepreneurial Revolution needed for net generation to sustain humanity's greatest century
- among top 20 monopolies destroying freedoms of youth and net generation the four education monopolies are simplest to breakthrough - can you think of a 10 minute training modules that tens of millions of youth need to freely interact around now - email@example.com
Amongst Norman Macrae's thousands of pro-youth leaders in The Economist, the most popular became the 1984 book of how netgen youth 1984-2024 demanded transforming education to search out 30000 microfranchises co-creating 3 billion jobs- what is a microfranchise? which are the top MF100 that almost every community can replicate to create jobs or investment around youth? will you join us in microeducationsummit to keep celebrating this massive collaboration?
xwelcome to intelligence centre of moocwho.com & global village viewspaper debates of futures sustaining worldwide youth
open education survey - what 10 minute video training do millions of youth most need to interact round -firstname.lastname@example.org -see our pro-youth webs energy education..banking ..opentech .. healthcare .. summit
who are the most joyful youth economists of the net generation?
GrameenFood.com .. will The Economist's 175th birthday celebrate its founder's goal of ending hunger 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Latest download to collaborate in curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution - open licence asserted by Foundation Norman Macrae, The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant - queries email@example.com ; pro-youth course index -economics; energy and waste , nutrition, water and food security, nursing and health, education reformation, microfranchise, open technology, mass media celebrating collaboration and peace ...
Welcome to Norman Macrae Foundation - The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant and pro-youth economist where Norman Macrae Prizes are awarded for 12 minute training videos millions of youth can most create jobs with -rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org NB we mainly award prize at concept stage not after video production.
7 wonders: who knows how to help youth create jobs with 7 education, 8 banking, 5 place leadership, celebrities and mass media, 4 health and nutrition services, 3 local food, water and clean energy security, 2 global village microfranchsies and borderless collaboration 1 mobilizing open tech
Help youth linkin Massive Open Online Collaboration Nings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7Pic shows 2009 Yunus opening Nobel Museum in Dhaka- NMfound celebrated with sampling 10000 youth dvd .. 7 year index of yunus collab projects of NM family foundation
hottest youth-spring question of our life and times-can online education end youth unemployment for ever ? yes but only if you help map how!
2013 41st year of The Economist debates on Free Online University-best for www youth at what? 170th birthday of The Economist being founded to mediate youth's needs from industrial revolution
The crippling of individuals I consider the worst evil of capitalism. Our whole educational system suffers from this evil. An exaggerated competitive attitude is inculcated into the student, who is trained to worship material success as a preparation for his future career. Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)
EDU Entrepreneurial Revolution: khan's 60 minutes versus macrae 12 -minutes versus coursera 6 hours- all three can change youth's world and win-win-win with each other................................
URGENT SURVEY -can you help?The most important question I have ever heard- if you could nominate a 10 minute training curriculum - millions of youth need to share online and action, what would it be on? By all means detail the question by different knowhow areas - eg energy, health ... email@example.com
vote (rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org ) for top 10 pro-youth curriculum to free: collaboration lit; financial lit; energy lit; local food and water security; nursing; marketing 30000 microfranchises; changing education; sustainable 21st c professions and public servants; deadlines for gamechangers; actioning every goal that joyful celebrates making borderless future more brilliantly human than history's divisions
MoocYunus.com and friends of Norman Macrae (The Economist's pro-youth economist) welcome you to discussions of the 64 trillion dollar collaboration treasure map-representing 7-in-one curricula that hundreds of millions of youth most need to linkin through the world's first free online university
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Norman Macrae, Japan Order of Rising Sun with Gold Bars, CBE was a British economist, journalist and first author of internet generation (& 21st C pro-youth economics), considered by some to have been one of the world's best forecasters when it came to economics and society -dad valued youth more than any economist or journalist or mass mediated public servant I have met- what were his methods?
Hot spring 2013- pro-youth economic futures by probabilistic modellers, youth and entrepreneurial revolutionaries
Diary note March 2013: in Dhaka talking to Sir Fazle Abed about what sort of help youth could give him to get his life's worked turned into a million open online curriculum - ideas? please email email@example.com - discussions http://bracnet.ning.com
new year 2013 - was this the most valuable economic analysis made in last quarter of century? it debates what worldwide youth need number 1 creditor nation to choose to collaborate around- fortunately i hear china is inviting green energy///
learn disastrous impacts of erroneous usa curriculum of entreprenurship from 3rd grade up
Where will wealth propel Japan? (The Post-Hirohito Century)News Economist. Saturday, 17 October 1987.
exercise download article on how number 1 creditor nation chooses youth's futures - color parts you most want to debate- return firstname.lastname@example.org
The Economist 1972 - Future of Finance The Next 40 Years
The rich countries of the world are going to go into a balance of payments deficit with the poor ones. Most of our international financial mechanisms prepare for the opposite.. There is a fine old muddle arising out of lack of discrimination between the effects on different countries balances of payments and the mobilisation of savings. On this unexpected hinge, the fate of the whole international economic system will swing.
.....example of current worldwide dialogues on youth economicsDoes your idea connect with ours to demand Massive Open Online Curriculum (MOOC) of pro-youth economics at every grade? For example, the Aflatoun curriculum on financial literacy started in an Indian orphanage at primary school level and is now in 90 countries.My father http://normanmacrae.ning.com was mentored by Keynes that as economists increasingly ruled the world they were capable only of compounding 2 opposite outcomes- designing or destroying the futures that most people wanted to be free and productively happy. My father's 1950s book on The London Capital Market demonstrated that a place cannot sustain growth across generations unless capital structures family savings to invest in next generation's productivity out of that place. In 2013 The Economist, where my dad worked for 40 years, celebrates its 170th birthday of aiming to mediate debates to end hunger and end capital abuse of youth. If we look at my dad's survey of the next 40 years in 1972, from which the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution and all adjectival variants of Entrepreneur emerged, we can see a list of what macroeconomics mistakes were being systematically embedded as the ever most costly tv age spiraled. ... This my father's life work argued for new media to correct ....more .
Youth Investment FALL 2012
EUROPE & NOBEL BIGGEST ERROR - Mindset of Economics and Peace as being Separate System Designs. Reference: Economist Boardroom remembrance of how top-down conventional wisdom destroys freedom of economics http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTYUpcoming Celebrations of Microecomics- ScotlandYunus GCAL Chancellor; Japan 12000 live youth entrepreneur competition
Optimism of the greatest goals human are capable of can return. Reread The Economist's 1943 centenary biography if you doubt the power of journalism that celebrates human good. But only by ending destruction of youth's productivity everywhere : this now calls for an urgent bottom-uptransformation of every worldwide market's systemic purpose- help vote for of the first 100 most purposeful investing in 2010s = youth's most productive decade www.wholeplanet.tv
references- The Economist first launched net generation search for tens of thousands of community sustaining projectsin 1984 future history of netgeneration
countries where are searches are already started in japan bangladesh china s.africa scotland US North E hib boston - US south hub historically black colleges as social labs - - rsvp if you have a plan to activate your country email@example.com- how can we drop by and celebrate your youth with a Norman Macrae Remembrance party 1 (The Economist) 2(S Africa Free) 3 Japan-Bangladesh ...
Expert silos- of which the most terrifying are economists whose compound models exclude peace as a value integrator - are putting not just sustainability of nations, but our whole human race at risk. Since my father http://normanmacrae.ning.com at The Economist joined by Romano Prodi first campaigned for bottom-up Entrepreneurial Revolution in 1976, the design of globalisation and hyperconnectivity has spun ever more dismal top-down mistakes such as seen through Wall Street and Euro economics in West, and Aid whose transparent value chain mapping around the bottom-up has not yet begun to be collaboratively valued by the species of politician and economist whose fears monopolise the nightly news.
40 years ago dad and I saw 500 youth knowledge sharing around a digital network, Dad (Norman Macrae) and joyful Asian friends started genre of Entreperenurial Revolution (ER) in The Economist.
ER Contribution 1: what not to do between 1972-2012 to collapse world financial system. Dont muddle family savings economics with balance of payments issues. When you have opportunity to invest in youth being 10 times more productive than ever before - national debt isn't the issue though why nations may not trust you to invest in youth's futures is. Bangladesh's greatest microcredits were always youth investment banking partnerships. So I am wondering whether Europe can be saved from total meltdown unless microbankers connect what we know now.
Microcredit.tv invites you to share knowledge around 3 ro-youth partnership nets: Grameen BRAC JAMII BORA
Welcome to economists, maths folk netgen and other friends who believe nations cannot grow unless they invest in youth - firstname.lastname@example.org dc hotline 1 -301 881 1655
Debate with 3000 people at Paris Convergences2015Sept 17-21
Pro-youth economics: September's featured top 100 collaboration leaders : Riboud Hirsch Nowak Roberts Yunus Ibrahim
Unacknowleded Giants Archives of ER at The Economist
August featured: Boyle Muller Berners-Lee Parfitt
Youth briefing on major macroeconomic errors of last 40 years- and 10market gamechangers youth need to link into Entrepreneurial Revolution with world's 100 greatest collaboration leaders..
Yunus SB and youth economic modelsat facebook
Hall of Fame yunus-student job creation winners : US1 US2 US3
Actions with 3000 youth during Yunus USA Jobs Competitions tour 27 Sept to 1 Oct
fall012 Pro-Youth Economics : Understanding life's work of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant - can you contribute to book on the next 3 billion jobs or help search for 100 leaders of 2010s= youth's most productive decade
queries welcome email@example.com washington dc 1 301 881 1655 -or help edit we the peoples 10 favorite futures at facebook
our collaboration projects: JobsCompetitions: report best news by city: 100 leaders ; universityofstars ;NMRembranceParties of MIllenniumGoals ; Journal of Social Business & Pro-Youth Economics
sharing Yunus' 13 greatest gifts to peoples and planet -1976 saw the birth of the journalistic genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist and around EU and its grassroots networking practices in Bangladeshi villages- from the 85th birthday of norman macrae and the 69th of dr yunus, a fusion of wishes and actions of ERworld emerged.
tizens change everything the world (especially youth futures) needs dc citizens to get collaborative about or an investible model
If its the former fine, but who's our next round of negotiation with-for example do we see if the new york group who proposed a 10 billion cc fund are trustworthy
If its the latter I need a heck of a lot of collective training to be confident of understanding it
To start with in terms of man hours we seem to be proposing a structure that is equivalent to sustaining 4 full time co-workers ( I realise the work is spread out way beyond 4 people and some of it is what they already do in a parallel capacity) but the next question would be where do funds come from to sustain that amount of work
here I run into a problem - if it is from subscriptions then may main professional side is explaining to large companies huge innovation opportunities to co-sponsor; I havent a clue how to explain the value at the $25000 entry point- moreover if we are planning main early funding from big organisations I believe we should not be trying to approach organisations one by one but pitching to a dream cluster of corporates whomever that might be
I would also like to note a more technical ownership issue
Let us suppose that we did develop a model in which we actually helped facilitate change of some of the largest organisations to fully value conscious capitalism - would the centre then claim this was their franchise not ours- one thing I urge you to do is develop a logo perhaps around CCDC so that if we ever had to split from the mother hen it was the CCDC badge that members identified with
-related transparency questions- I do not know who's in the executive team of CC
-I only know there are 50 people visible at chapter levels
A CASEMAP TO COMPARE
while the rest of this mail may or may not seem relevant to sustaining CCDC I am trying to show how specific the first sets of partnership relationship need to multiply value around mediating a credible collaborative worldwide platform for youth good -if you have your own parallel case lets see it
I am working on spaces which unite youth-led processes some of which members of CCDC can be world leading trainers on such as how to crowdfund or how to do diaspore models; some of which the world needs us out of DC to be as great at collaborating on because the timing is uniquely possible - eg empowering black youth to regenerate communities through replicating solutions they help innovate and socially mediate
However the truth (or the practical possibilities as far as I see how to link them ) is that some gamechanging ideas I know about are way more developed than CCDC = take eg taddy blechers change of a national education system with the goal of producing a million new jobs in the next 5 years; that already has top partners around the world - branson, google africa etc- it didnt start by saying join a group at the top fee level- it customised how to serve such people - so branson said he would love to see an entrepreneur curriculum as unconventional as he is- so south africa became the lab for developing that - something which took about 7 yeras and fed off branson having done a reality tv (apprentice show the exact opposite of the dreaded donald trump) - actually the main connector of branson and taddy was a late 20s female from atlanta whose twin passion was to become a billionnairess with her fashion hosiery and use half of it for womens empowerment - she and taddy and branson are all on rapidly rising and hugely collaborative ex;ponentials towards their goals - for the next 2 years south africa is the most exciting space to learn from not only because of taddy but because mandela elders want his curriculum shared with worldwide community building youth and because the nobel summit sponsored as atlanta's greatest ever black youth event in november 2015 calls off first in Cape Town october 2014
cheers chris macrae 301 881 1655 bethesda skype chrismacraedc
here is a list of collaboration brands/purposes that I am already committed to and which I personally cannot be distracted from
1 www.singforhope.org better for youth and americana than even coke's most famous ad I'll teach the world to sing -what connection does this also have with luther-king-mandela-rights around the world -for 4 years now I have been introducing singforhope to agencies on madison avenue while making it clear if they try and take it over I have the connections to bust them; for 12 years now I have been presenting this type of model to global reconciliation and risk conferences especially those that link through eastern hemisphere and all its cultural clashes- I assume you know that the vast majority of the world's poor live in the east - if the number 1 job of economics is to improve people's livelihoods then it behoves us to help youth network the highest trust eastern trading relationships ever marketed (value chain transformed)
2 www.women4empowerment.org how first ladies can change the world with 1 responsible fashion, 2 mobile open technology, 3 turning up at brilliant community regeneration happenings , 4 networking the real events to be at when cities are in the world's eye - eg as new york is for the first week of each UN year -note ted turner family has put about a billion dollars in linking un week and atlanta as the future lab US south and green connectors
3 the connection between any job developing youth summit where it helps improve processes youth can action such as crowdfunding or making million youth pitches to khan academy type platforms
4 taddy blechers' movement to change all education systems to be job creating
5 out of kenya - the regulations needed so youth-led banking is sustained through such movements as jamiibora, mpesa, nanocredit (and hopefully the future purpose of obama in linking together microbanking most extreme cases which remain in kenya and bangladesh but that are coming under fierce attack which will decide the cultural sustainability of region for rest of this century)- the space facilitated by the ibrahim foundation is also hugely relevant as by asking which african leaders will be trusted in retirement one maps back the question of whether any 20th c government anywhere has really been the main player in ending poverty -which since tv ads came along I dont know of anywhere that gov has led end poverty system designs; kenya is also the only place in dev-world so far to have built ilabs (accelerators/community sustainability hubs...) around country's leading open tech wizards
6 a clearing house of which models of youth capitalism work where catalogued first by what's the greatest conflict they need to overcome -this mother of all curricula can be used to survey - does a place have an economist whose life work matches these models- of course I am biased but Glasgow started this game off in 1758 with the theory of moral sentiments- the last time I can find any american city with an economist in this group is the 1960s which makes me suspect that if worldwide youth are to be sustainable americans have more to learn than to teach -in any event DC as lobby city of the world is currently number 1 anti-youth city in terms of its institutions - which of course means a citizens entrepreneurial revolution movement to build out of dc is the challenge with the most money that will be thrown against it of any I can imagine unless we make collaboration not competition our advantage - do we have a collaboration plan in the document or privately? If you think there is a sustainable youth economist living in usa- for goodness sake nominate him to soros who is doing the only sustainable survey of that sort
7 I am fascinated by the immediate future of what is the world's most collaborative ngo but whose succession is now up for grabs- and where every single dynamic of us foreign relations is accidentally making youth-access to this ngo less and less sustainable- this particular brand is impossible to safely support in public- if you need to know about it then we better have a coffee. To date only the japanese understand this problem though what my friends and I need to do is find out whether a chinese like Jack Ma gets it. I say this because starting at The Economist boardroom I have co-hosted 4 remembrance parties to my father- only the japanese embassy in dhaka wanted to discuss this particular crisis. Maybe you most trusted personal networks can reach somewhere I dont know how to reduce degrees of separation between
.Index to exponential opportunities and risk of net generation ..
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2 translating purpose into conscious capitalism other 3 drivers of whether the system is being exponentially designed to sustain growing futures for all or to bubble up and collapse
..Purpose of MOOCYUNUS Brand startup 013-015
Empower 25000 of usa and world's most entrepreneurial youth to MOOC their way to Atlanta fall 2015 by developing khan academy type 9 minute audio blackboards that millions of youth can action network in celebrating Muhammad Yunus' 2 main United Races for 2010s:
towards poverty museums
towards economics that funds youth million times more collaborative projects in sustaining a global village world of thriving carbon negative communities
Viralise the video genre of moocyunus across your social valuation networks; blog with moocyunus
wiki what 25000 youth reunion with yunus and nobel laureates is preparing atkanta fall 2015
xPostbag perapring for 2013 Nobel laureate Summit Warsaw
Dear Dr Bhuiyan
I first met Mostofa in london in 2006- yunus had just won the nobel prize and at that time as a youthful Bangla villages student coming to london to study mostofa was also identified by yunus as representing expatriate forums out of london - a process that los angeles and japanese expat friends of yunus had signed a partnership commitment with him on - the original muhammadyunus.org web before 2.5 years later hans took it over; los angeles networks of yunus appeared on a roll for youth with the green childrens pop song netting over a million diary for funding yunus eye hospital- but then vidar did not continue to support the green children and so their contract with universal records and the guy who produced michael jackson went bust - probably 2 days of extra yunus diary supporting the green children when they needed it could have changed the world with their signature tune and video slogan of ending village divides with mobile phone "hear me now" > Open tech partners of yunus would have queued up at he door up and down west coast yunus labs
from that time mostofa was interested in mapping youth movements; so over the 7 years we have continued to research such -where their deepest furure capitals are embedded from lucknow to joburg to nairobi ...
INDIA'S TWIN YUNUS LAB WITH ATLANTA?
Friends of my father's Entrepreneurial Revolution Genre at The Economist since 1972 run one of the greatest world citizen youth movements www.cmseducation.org - is already the permanent hub of 50000 youth out of lucknow- where a schooling system run by the gandhi family perpetualises the monteosrri-gandhi partnership - it is montessori that is the paradigm of village schooling and p2p teaching of active and group learning ; it is gandhi that was first to oppose the empires theory-examined schooling with vocational schooling ; it is lucknow that has won unesco peace prize for ensuring all it students are cross cultural mediators before they reach adolescence something they have continually had to practice as lucknow is a melting pot of hindis and muslims; in times when india's president was its chief scientist Kalam - it was lucknow that was his main youth lab for his 2002 vision of tearing up any unsustainable curriculum; lucknow is ranked a top 10 schooling system in india even though it does this on 1000 times less resources than the other show schools that a top 10 national rating system lobbies for
mostofa would like to share more details with you of emerging yunus and lucknow relationships because somewhere between now and fall 2015 it could be valuable if lucknow streamed something into atlanta -and vice versa; it could start to be a lab for khan academy type audio productions on what 15 to 18 year a olds need to know either cross-culturally or so that yunus models are also re-known in india after the total misunderstanding that indian microcredit spun
it could also be that the gandhi familly whose daughters themselves product of the school worked at wolfensohn's world bank and leading universities in oxford and london can helpfully link youth movements in to some of the other nobel peace laureates interests as well as taddy's free university models in south africa which link to branson , mandela elders and of course the empowerment /ubuntu and maharishi cultures that can also be traced back in part to gandhi's second home being south africa
nails also know mostofa well and may be able to validate his dedication
chris macrae washington dc 301 881 1655
PS -will be at Warsaw's Incontinental hotel sunday afternoon to early tuesday morning
i will be reframing my family's 70 years work on the economics of brand media https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xmqHu7GpLJ0FGiH8JNg3roEZI4BdONh...…
cious Capitalism, Inc.
R. Edward Freeman
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weird maths of how human systems of productivity connect and compound-
would any of you want to discuss it in DC before i widely share it with youth which I have to do over the next 21 months of youth summits demanded by dr yunus and 15 Nobel Summit Laureates and such Atlanta families as the Ted Turner's , Jimmy Carter's and Martin Luther King
thanks chris macrae
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(if you wish to relay this to anyone - fine all errors are mine alone)
Roughly speaking taking an active generational relay as 34 years, then between 1800 and 1970,
5 generations compounded 150 times more wealth and health over one third of the planet's places and peoples -development index ration 150/(5*3)=10
Therefore if we are to set while-planet end poverty goal by 2025 goal we are asking 1.5 net generations between 1975-2025 to compound 150 times wealth and health for all peoples -development index ratio 150/1.5=100
If we are brutally honest about the constitution of developed nations around 1970
those between 0-20 were expected to have no productive voice in the future (-the government systemised over youth was that they were to be taught and examined over theories , they were not to vote, they were only to find out financial and entrepreneurial literacy by themselves from 21 or if they were lucky through their parents ..)
those between 21 and 55 were expected to perform most of the productivity and entrepreneurship
those over 55 controlled almost all the resources and macro decision making and as the tv age spiralled they were the only ones with any freedo mof voice
we are going to need wholly different constitutions and systems of collaboration between generations and across a borderless world if we are seriously to empower the net generations order of magnitude more productive livelihoods
is it not clear to any economist who compare my father writings on this problem from 1970 that as at 2014 we havent constitutionally begun to design the systems the net generation needed- so the next 2 years of youth summits demand the mother of all tipping points , innovations -personally the last way I expect this to be possible is by trying to lobby the political system to change the traps its has designed around youth including the last 7 years of banking that havent truly improved at the communal level at all
I attach 2 short briefings- that which I sent yesterday to my father's 6 main surviving colleagues at The Economist and a short review of his 1984 book which started with immediate interventions in peace and changing government that would be needed if we were to give all of the net generation any real hope. I am sure these are not prefect -if there is any process we can engage in to re-edit them and then send them out to economists or politicians of your choice please tell me. I dont expect he has time to review them but I will make sure dr yunus gets a copy as well as the founders of india's 50000 world citizen school who have been working with India's past president Kalam on his 2020 plan to tear up every non-sustainable school curriculum across India. The one bit of good news is that if anyone has a new curriculum to try out on a million youth then the capacity of open educational platform of khan academy and mooc is available and millions of youth are willing. I thought this was the big idea of dr yunus 2013 speech at skoll though when I visited him in dhaka a month later he dindnt want to discuss it…
important piece of Innovation, which has launched in your lifetime?
Both my father's lifetime work at The Economist and my idea of a career as a twenty one year old were totally changed in 1972. This was when we first saw 500 youth sharing knowledge around an early digital network. Through our different peer networks we spent the next decade debating how the first internet generation could participate in the greatest changes in human history and futures ever staged. We branded leadership debates of this sort Entrepreneurial Revolution. Dad had been mentored by Keynes that economists are capable of designing or destroying the futures peoples need most. Through forty years of ER debates we have tried to invite worldwide searches through every community (what the Keynsian Alumn Schumacher had called 2 million global villages) so as to:
· ground innovation prioritised around life critical challenges
· openly bring down degrees of separation on those information flows first.
see http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/freedom-of-economics where research includes links to a compete archive of "bottom-up" as used in The Economist since 1843
The Norman Macrae Family Foundation welcomes exploration of the core hypothesis that: the coming of hyperconnectivity can spin either very good or very bad impacts. From our experience of systems -as well as Keynes General Theory of how the world is ruled - future generations are unlikely to inherit an in-between outcome. When we wrote a future history on the next 40 years published first in English in 1984 as "The 2024 Report" - and in other languages 2025 or 2026 Reports- we focused on the positive scenario by attempting to map 3 billion new jobs to invest in celebrating the net generation as 10 times more productive and communally sustainable than ever before. Synopsis of book is at http://erworld.tv/id133.html. Example of impact of this book on my father colleagues at The Economist is at http://www.rationaloptimist.com/blog/death-of-a-great-optimist.aspx and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTY
An interesting way in to inquiries of job creating economics asks: what if we multiplied optimisation of productive lifetimes of all human beings. Two notable clues: 1) debate why ending poverty becomes the most valuable goal to invest in the net generation co-producing; 2) studies of the world's most innovative people conclude that they maximise what per cent of their lifetime they spend at the experiential edge of their own most unique competence. In the pre-networked world, the average person spent less than 0.1% of their life doing that - imagine a world we raised that freedom by simply an order of magnitude.
How do you define innovation?
My interests in innovation today are very different from 30 years ago. At that time I had become engrossed in part of a business originated at Massachusetts Institute of Technology which used the first database software to summarise million hours of interviews -in over 40 countries and many hundreds of market sectors - on what societies most wanted from companies' biggest new product developments and the brand marketing of such.
Branding is the one professional area that I have published a whole innovation genre in (see Economist Intelligence Unit publication Brand Chartering Handbook - how brand organisations learn living scripts, or my contributions to the New Zealand hosted web www.allaboutbranding.com ) but for reasons to do with the economics of business models I no longer like to introduce myself through the B-word. I am interested in valuing whether an organisation has a unique purpose that no other company is capable of, and whether that is economic in spiraling positive win-win-wins between all who become most involved in the productivities and demands gravitated by the company.
Back in 1976 my father surveyed Entrepreneurial Revolution (The Economist, 25th December ) to raise questions that would need to be transparently debated ahead of time if the net generation was to sustain youth's most productive time out of every community. First question: none of the 20th century organisational systems is capable of sustaining net generation, how do we innovate wholly different systems of an open networking age?
Even earlier, my first job in 1973 had involved early experiments with elearning through which 500 students in 4 different university locations shared knowledge round a digital network. By 1976, I was confident in my the view that while the future of an inter-networked world would be the defining change of my generation, it wasn't something whose time would come in the 1970s. However, that is also why my dad at The Economist and i worked on the story of the innovation challenges of the net generation which we published ahead of 1984 as an alternative to Orwell's Big Brother scenario.
INNOVATING BEYOND PHONEY ECONOMICS
Throughout history, the two sources that have generated a quantum leap in human progress are new energy and new tech. Both have many times greater impacts all round our planet and peoples in 2010s than any previous generation. Today, I am interested in how youth can be helped to make the biggest system changes in line with pro-youth economic models.
Countries, whether developed or developing, that are failing to fully employ youth in being 10 times more productive and sustainable than before are simply trapped in wrong system models. National debt isn't the issue for any true Keynsian economist to be most concerned with- what will first determine your nation's decline or fall is its credibility in investing in 10 times more productive youth apps.
The good news is that this is an abundancy game in which all nations can win-win-win. The bad news is: if we can't innovate beyond the scarcity economics of our pre-networked human race, it is not clear what nature will do with our species. Mathematicians as far back as Einstein were posing this problem, so remedying our tardiness in collaboratively celebrating man's final exam in innovation is now more urgent than any words I can write.
If you look at a sample of my father's lifework as The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant you will verify why I find that very few academics understand the plot of entrepreneurial innovation. Peter Drucker's most memorable one-liners on the subject are valuable but seldom researched by any academic group perhaps because they are too inter-disciplinary for heavily siloised academics to begin to appreciate. I would recommend that Adam Smith was wholly right in saying that society can only grow if it ensures that no narrow section of people are ever given the monopoly right to certify which youth are the most educated. See Future of University Paper http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/futures-of-education To discuss what near future shocks other global sectors most need to fully serve human beings, join our questions and answers at http://charter.ning.com/
When it comes to innovation in facilitating massive numbers of brainworkers simultaneously, I would start with understanding the life time work of Harrison Owen www.openspaceworld.com and those in his 30-year peer-to-peer practice circles who have focused on grounding whatever practical conflict resolution area they are most passionate about. Another way to celebrate the kind of innovation that interests me is to unleash nationwide (better yet positively viralise worldwide) questioning on what is the most human purpose that particular global sectors could serve. Because of the way mass media destroyed the essence of real communal creativity, very few Western CEOs of global companies engage in such a debate. However, I would particularly recommend you search out at John Mackey's Conscious Capitalism leadership network, and until he died last year CEO Ray Anderson's challenge that almost all industries could profitably become carbon neutral if they worked continuously for half a generation to do so. Amongst Eastern heroes of "what is the purpose of" none are better at engaging youth in this question than Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus especially in cultures like Japan's where he is most respectfully celebrated. http://yunusjapan.com/
What Innovative project are you currently working on; and what effect do you hope it will have?
I want to prove that 2010s can be worldwide youth's most productive time by connecting a web of 10000 youth who can value million times more collaboration tech than when man raced to the moon. Jokingly but seriously : the impact of hi-trust mapping of 10000 youth can be to build communities faster than any 10000 big banking network can destroy them. (Use the video at www.collaborationcafe.tv to help facilitate this reasoning). As a subsidiary search, Norman Macrae Foundation and I look for 100 leaders who most value 2010s being youth's most productive decade athttp://www.wholeplanet.tv/
In spite of the open meta-collaboration goal of mapping 10000 youth who can innovate the world we want, my person-to-person innovation challenge is to find a process for doing this that multiplies trust and isn't noisy. I am aware there are many hugely resourced organisations ready to take over promoting youth networks. The last thing Entrepreneurial Revolution friends and I need is to compete with all their promotional noise as we seek to address the deep social and media conflicts that have decimated the mission of the web that Berners Lee originally intended.
Of course this youth-inspired project needs massive collaboration entrepreneurial help, and is not something where my role is important other than mathematically checking models and maps. There are processes like student entrepreneur competitions http://jobscompetitions.ning.com/ that I love to publicly engage with but my valuation of winners may well be the opposite of those who appear immediately profitable to investors. In fact, what I am most interested in out of Washington DC, where I live, is student projects that break down silos between 3 sides - the universities with massive resources, the student networks, and societies with the greatest innovation challenges to solve.
What three things would you like people to know about you that they don’t already know or understand?
A) I am aware how little I know about cultures. In the 30 countries that I have researched meaningful social projects, I never stayed only in client offices but celebrated going out in the field to observe most desperate cases of the problem that innovation was needed to address. I am shocked how few global consultants do this - and personally don't believe globalisation models exist without wholly integrating local diversity.
B Having a MA in statistics from CambridgeUniversity, I have spent my professional life on metrics and media -especially exponential impact models that these system spin. I don't accept that professions in charge of metrics or media cannot serve to improve the human lot but I have very little time or energy for those whose conventional power is achieved by monetising the opposite trend.
C While not holding a full-time educational position since 1976, I make time for educators who want to return education to youth being as curious as possible and removing the way we over-examine youth. If I could animate an Oxford Union debate my motion would be: the least likely way that anyone will lead a productive life in the 21st century is going through a series of exams and them expecting a job offer from an employer. In most countries the data is already in on this, but the debate on transforming the educational system has barely begun. One counter example comes from New Zealand http://www.thelearningweb.net/ - through the persistence of a guy called Gordon Dryden who traveled over to London to ask us questions on the future of net generation innovation of Death of Distance in 1984!
o all peoples lived in the dirt apart from Kings, their land barons and ruling professions/priests. For more source, see transcript of John Mackey conscious capitalism conference 2013. mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013short.doc, 30 KB
As a mathematician it does matter to me that when a systems curricula is published openly, its do's and dont's are respected - at least by the people who claim to be helping share its knowhow, It might also matter to your children because this curriculum includes what not to do so that the entire edifice of global finance doesn't collapse - this topic was addressed first in The Next Forty Years in The Economist 1972 and BY alumni of Entrepreneurial Revolution at regular intervals faced by arrogant macroeconomists who have taken the world further and further into the abyss of organisational systems that are too big to exist, let alone fail
Fortunately now that we have MOOCs circulating the world, anyone who makes false claims to be an entrepreneurial revoltion alumni can be massively corrected by millions of youth. Norman Macrae Foundation welcomes all youth's help in mediating this
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....................................................peter drucker -norman and peter's collabration went back to Norman's teenage years- drucker was 10 years older and holding down his first job as a journalist in Moscow whose British Embassy Norman's father hosted dinner parties at -drucker enjoyed entreperenurioal revolution so much that there were frequent competitions to invesnt the vocabulary - who first coined post-iindsutrail revolution, knowledge worker or co-worker, telecommuting, death of disatnace - nobody may ever be able to find out
Romano rodi helped translate the Economst's 1976 survey of Entrepreneurial Revolutuion into various mother tongues includingItalian where he hided Norman for how diffeicult it was to find an intalian metaphor of 10green bottles and mr discolbols said oh wxyz we may never get down again - will we get don to community level economics in gtime to save peoples from all the errors of macroeconomics has become georhge soros life work; ever since 1976 irregular compilations of the 100 greatest errors that can destroy all huan futures have been chanted as ER nursery rhyme son - 10 green bottles hanging on the wall if one green bottle would accidentally fall there would be nine green bottles hanong on the wall 9 more ifs before the constequence of econosts errors is that the peoples have nothing left at all
Some early americans to join in were Herman Khan. He was smar enough to be amused when his next century of America deviated from Norman's who believed that americans only needed to continue gaining I productivity whereas billiosn across the east needed to rise form sunbsistence to as smart as lives can be anywhere. Oddly Bill Drayton who taglineed social entrepreneur to his ashoka movement after reading enetreprenyrial revolution neither understood the main lesson from Gandhi that 25 years of norams father in laws work with Gandhi revealed nor the main poingt of designing systems round sustainable models of cash-hlow as well as trust-flow. In particular the ability of ashoka to ocus on who the world needed to elad open edcation's 10 time greatest economic possibilities has been next to non-existent - not even in India where ashoka started has ashoka linked in to to the greatest pro-youth ediucatios such as www.cmseducation.org hosted by the Gandhi family.
J Gifford pinchots work on intrapreneurship has always been very precise but his movement doesn't seem to hae offered CEOs a valuation framework to justify maximal scaling of intrapreneurship - at elast not one that hs been able to keep up with the bawdill speadsheeted by global accounatnts
The megatrends co-authors were kind enough to inveite norema to edit some of their English editions
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QUESTION: The impression in Europe is that we are going through a very far-reaching and deep crisis, possibly the last crisis, because Europe is losing ground against the Far East and South America. And it could really mean that we are losing our sovereignty. Do you think that Europe will be able to regain the economic and political strength to be a leader in the world, or is this really the end? Do you think that Europe will be a world leader again? Or do we have to prepare for a reversal of growth?
SOROS: I share your concern about the gravity of the crisis. I have taken it very seriously. As a believer in an open society, I have made it my first priority for the last few years. This book [Financial Turmoil] is a testament to my concern. I do not think that the euro crisis is the end of Europe. We must not allow it. The EU as it was originally conceived was the embodiment of the values and principles of an open society, and it had the potential to exercise a beneficial influence in the world in promoting those principles. It is a great loss for the world that the EU has become totally preoccupied with its own internal problems.
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latest mail to taddy blecher 2015
Wonderful news taddy
Can i check a few ideas with you?
1 Your relationship with Khan or Khan type academies? How close is it and is skoll connecting you and khan? It occurs to me that most universities with a future need to make a khan type lab accessible to all students - where students help create missing content modules. Students should be involved in this process even more than being examined wherever 10 times more productive (and up to million times more collaborative) communities are being designed.
Are you taking "peer to peer" in this direction. Youth entrepreneur competitions could also see one of the most important prizes being putting up www.khanacademy.org type content wherever mobilising social knowledge is pivotal to success of the entrepreneur model
2 MoocYunus is an extraordinary visionary (and his life's work is without parallel probably second only to mandelaof living heroes) but last weekend's meeting at grameen headquarters reveals little current capacity to lead the open education revolution . n 2013 this seems o be over to your partners and sir fazle abed - and wherever khan type labs - to fast forward the entrepreneurial revolution of free education needed before complete economic meltdown. Would you consider me sponsoring a visit so you meet sir fazle as main reason to coming to dhaka? We can always try and get the japan ambassador and yunus on same trip but its sir fazle and the abed family who is the key -and unlike yunus tech wizards cluster around sir fazle - cashless banking's future economic revolution for developing world is already something brac is crazily far ahead in
3 There are a few more wild cards within what I can see. Coursera is different in that it could get new training to million youth waves rather than one at a time. But there is no evidence of extreme pro-youth curricula being where the investor (John Doerr) wants coursera to go. Whether peer pressure from skoll on doerr can change this I dont know but frustratingly when I asked yunus to join in putting peer pressure on Doerr who he knows well he said he was too busy and it wasnt his sort of approach.
4 Muddled up in all this is MIT. If you are ever on a us trip that can add a boston leg please tell me as I can arrange an itinerary that shows how much of the futures most exciting apps are being co-created by mit students whose alumn network is number 1 in creating jobs that progress society
5 When it comes to some particular practice areas -eg green energy then our friendship in london with the sainsbury family and the www.ashden.org awards can be pivotal in getting this total chain transformation of knowhow up there - from clean energy, food and water security, zero waste. The other friend of my father who is critical if you are ever passing through London is the CEO of pearson who as well as nudging The Economist back to seeing the future of education and economics as wholly inter-related is desperate for a new strategy for the future of her text book division
5a Behind on plans to celebrate The Economist's 170th birthday and dad's 9th - there were up to 5 mgoal conferences in second half of 2013 where education could have been brought in as the last chance to link in - so far nobody I know is doing this even though I know the organsiers in most cases
usaid first global edu conference washington dc august
paris 5000 www.convergences2015.org september
wise qatar end of october - the one conference where I dont know the organisers
social business summit malaysia - where yunus believes he chnages the futures
microcreditsummit philippines -where yunus is still celebrated even though the knowledge circulated by this summit is now wholly polluted by errant large funds
5b africa is difficult for me; unlike 30 yeras of my work in asia, I still feel I can map 20 of Africa's true heroes but they are in many different places and only kenya has a cluster that might let me help them to stage a meeting if you were visiting- I feel the most underused resources may be mo ibrahims goals and the fact that he has inspired a 100 journalist satellite broadcaster who are dedicated to searching out good news of african industries being designed by and for africans
5c I would bet a lot on Jack Ma being the most important open player to get to in china but dont lnow how to establish contact
please tell me -if any of the above is interesting- what can we do together on it or have you got all you need already linked in?
Jeff in london region and I used to work on the biggest change project price waterhouse clients ever dared do in 1990s - he taking the lead role at partner level; Shafqat in dhaka connects wizard youth and is helping skoll and brillaint bring ilab to dhaka -peter ryan takes true microcredit to places in africa too rural for most people to even try
anyone else we should be copying in to future of pro-youth education now?
From: Taddy Blecher < To: Mostofa Zaman <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: Christopher Macrae <email@example.com> Sent: Thursday, 16 May 2013, 1:15 Subject: Re: Update Re: Dearest Mostofa, how did your meeting go?
Dear Mostofa and Chris,
Please forgive the delayed response. We were at the World Economic Forum in Cape Town presenting on the future of Universities and discussed some of these ideas. Also, we have been hosting the Rockefeller Foundation and the launch of their Digital Jobs Africa initiative to create 1 million digital youth jobs over the next 7-years. They have put $100 million into it. We also just launched our Impact Sourcing Academy with their support. We are working on a massive youth online platform using mobile i will keep you posted on progress.
I truly truly appreciate you both passing on our letter to Prof Yunus. We truly hope he will consider becoming a Patron of these initiatives which will educate a major number of youth and get them into jobs.
Prof Yunus is correct in saying it may not make sense travelling to Dakar at this stage for a 1-hour meeting. We will meet together at another Forum somewhere in the world.
Once again, I truly am grateful for your intervention and support!
here are my main lessons from academic year 012-013 as far as they linkin into yunus and youth
1 help us create a youtube collection - go to youtube - search moocyunus ; for more on how to help yunus surveys of free university help edit the attached- imagine it was a wiki- what would you edit in as do next actions and collaborations
mark would it be practical to ask khan if has a page of links to every way of connecting with khan academy - I have only just found that he has a cluster of youtube pages -so far they have over quarter of a billion views on the academy's journey to
Our mission to provide a world-class education for anyone, anywhere.
3 as far as I know there are only 2 states that supported yunus competitions who have a live coursera partnership - NC at chapel hill and georgia tech
3a fortunately the university of Melbourne is both a courser partner and an active yunus m-medicine partner- and grameen nursing college has already published a full 3 year curriculum
4 the biggest question raised by ofcvc (and how over 100 historically black universities can linkin to youth and yunus) for me is which of the weekend's 21 final projects would be re-energized if they know of khan and yunus-skoll-khan joint mission-
the three I know would be are
*Albany state financial literacy training meets credit union far the most significant project to what grameen America meets free university could be
the two serious attempts for students to have their own portal
www.makedu.com morgan state
savannah state campus xchange
4.1 mark- did you spot any other projects that would be particularly energised by yunus mission?
4.2 bhuiyan- could you tell me main email contact of these 3 projects so that I can ask if they have any file they want massively discussed online and included as possible case as friends of yunus are surveyed on 12 minute training modules they believe millions of youth most need to action
5 2 projects presented at udc that could help with the impossible of getting dc universities collaborate for one day a year are
-Zambia as a model for coop-agriculture- this is something various dc embassies would join in if the invitation was made by the right source
-leveraging the mayors offer to linkin resources of living social to project on sustainable tourism for native americans - that student knows how to network collaboration more than anyone student I have seen this year
-at dc its a shame we haven't made links between Obama's 4 billion dollars of social lab experiments in community broadband
6 the year hasn't quite finished with MIT coming to a peak during second week of may
6a its a shame that mackey's conscious capitalism hasn't been linked in yet
7 the second half of the year sees 4 millennium goal summits where education's future is pivotal
-august usaid dc
-september paris 5000 convergences meet
-october ? WISE qatar
-november microcreditsummit phillippines
-do you know any other summits whose coordinators need relentless quizzing as to whether they value yunus free uni mission?
Extract of Muhammad Yunus Vision Skoll April 2013
When Khan stands up and talks about his Khan Academy, or I read about him or listen to his speeches- it always come to my mind: we won't need Oxford any more! - the whole world will be one big Oxford, we need only one global university --- the best!?!
2012's Two pro-youth gamechangers in education
basic curricula can now be distributed to millions of youth simultaneously , free, online - the coursera model
youth can individually try out exercises online 365/24/7 - these are designed by topic clusters as per a text book and are linked to training modules - Khan Academy model
please note exact tools, dynamics of both of these platforms and other platforms are changing very fast - for example khan's impact may vary from its basic free service to swarming skype tutors by practice area around the content it has put up 365/24/7 . To keep uptodate, we offer a monthly newsletter tracking free online education's gamechangers . We also welcome collaboration around a "youtube tag" we call moocyunus
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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