nclude disaster prevention mapping
Ilab with Rockefeller sponsorship
Carribean Ilab or partners with Branson or S Africa Entrepreneur Curriculum
UK Ilab or partbers with Branson or S Africa Entrepreneur Competion
Proposed Ilab associated with YouthCreative lab Atlanta
Proposed development of Ilab at world's most collaborative networks - eg BRAC
..Wishlist for Ilab
have khan-ac type prodution facility for maximum 9 minute "audio blackboards" connecting what millions of youth most want to action learn.
irtually through entrepreneur competition, crowdfund, contributing to MOOC. Hundreds of judges, mentoring and venture networks.
Youth action networks of at least 10 Nobel Peace Laureate's Youth Job Creating Networks from all hemispheres including the 2 "local" laureates Jimmy Carter and Muhammad Yunus
Youth action networks of Ted Turner Family with addition of CNN new youth hero competitions
Youth action networks of Luther King Family-2014 is 50th anniversary of King's Nobel; inauguration of new human rights museum
Determination of mayors office to make this biggest event since Olympics
Twin links include with New York's network aiming at creating 2 million jobs through superstars giving back to regenerating community
Many areas of practice leadership which Atlanta wishes to be the purpose of its Future Capital
Stakeholder Map Johannesburg
Free universities for youth entrepreneurs especially thise who want to give back
Training of 14 million teenagers in financial and job creating entrepreneur literacy
Curriculum and resource partnerships with Branson, Google Africa, Government, Mandela Elders network
South Africa as first southern country surveyed for Entrepreneurial Revolution by The Economist (1968) and first philkanthropic partner of Soros
Invitation to join Twin <Million job creation capitalsWhat win-win map with youth job creation can your capital bring?
With all this extraordinary collaboration technology there is no reason why any once thriving capital city should twin as a massive open job creator other than historical blocks, politics, lack of cultural transparency. If for example your capital persists in making any demographic of people an underclass then as Manmohan Singh's thesis in Cambridge surely shows its future cannot grow through generations of a borderless planet
m 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 welcomed by friends of Norman Macrae in assembling this handbook on pro-youth economic 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
Chapter 1 -Next Capitalism Texts on The Search for the most radical change in organisational design needed to transform beyond industrial revolution
John Mackey Conscious Capitalism Text San Francisco 2013
Craig Barrett Text
George Soros and Sir Fazle Abed Text on Hew Economics and Open Society 2013
Eulogy texts on Norman Macrae 2010
Yunus Can Do Now Script for Planet Earth and Valuing Human Creativity
Yunus Social Business 2000 Bookclub discussion text 2008
Taddy Blecher Free University Script South Africa early 2000s
Extract from Norman Macrae's first of 20 years of future history texts - The Economist 1972
Extract from Entrepreneurial Revolution Survey text The Economist 1976 (translated across Europe with fiends like Romano Prodi)
Extract from Asian pacific Collaboration Century text 1976
Extract from 3 billion jobs text of Net Generation Future History book 1984
Oxford Union Debating Script on never ever let politicians spend more than a quarter of what you earn 199?
Extract of Normans last article 2008 - How to prevent 2010s from being the second great depression
Extract of last 5 pages of Keynes General Theory
Extract of why The Economist was founded in 1843 to severely question leading decision-makers on ending hunger and ending big capital abuse of youth
Norman Macrae's cheeky endnotes on who truly knows the origins of Entrepreneur, EU, and BBC
Chapter 2 Framework 7 wonders of Entrepreneurial Revolution Thinkpad
1 Valuing wholly new system designs of organisation
2 The purpose of transforming ti clean energy
3 The purpose of Open Online Education
4 The global village networking purposes of 21st century nursing, nutrition and affordable healthcare
5 The purpose of banking and currencies that invests in maximising entrepreneurial capacity each human is born with
6 The future-designing responsibilities of public servants and hi-trust professionals including pro-youth economists
7 Blending smart massive open society media with open source technology wizardry
Chapter 3 Texts on wonders 7.1 to 7.3
Chapter 4 ER Framework: Mapping what multi-win value exchanges exponentially sustain
Chapter 5 Texts on wonders 7.4 to 7.6
Chapter 6 Framework - Global Village Celebration search of 30000 microfranchises, trillion dollar global sector purposes- and 3 billion jobs
Chapter 7 Texts on wonder 7.7…
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Driving transformation on a range of issues to maximize health, education, opportunity, transparency, and accountability in some of the poorest places on earth, these pioneers should be on the watch lists of everyone who cares about the future of the world:
Meet the Awardees:
B Lab (Wayne, USA)Social entrepreneurs: Jay Coen Gilbert, Bart Houlahan, Andrew Kassoy
“Redefining Success in Business as Best FOR the World”
Co-founded by longtime friends and colleagues, Jay Coen Gilbert, Bart Houlahan, and Andrew Kassoy, B Lab is fueling a global movement to redefine “success” in business, so that all companies compete not only to be the best in the world, but the best for the world. B Lab is challenging the status quo by building a new sector, legal structure, and standards; empowering a community of certified B Corporations; and advancing public policies that enable companies to create financial, social, and environmental value for both its shareholders and for society. With 20 states having passed Benefit Corporation legislation, nearly 1,000 B Corporations certified, and 16,000 companies using its tools, B Lab is focused on accelerating the global adoption of this new model.
Fundación Capital (Bogota, Colombia)Social entrepreneur: Yves Moury
“Helping Millions Save Their Way Out of Poverty”
Half of the world’s adult population—2.5 billion people—are “unbanked,” lacking access to financial services. Founded by Belgian-born Yves Moury, Fundación Capital is a pioneer in inclusive finance innovation to help the poor save; grow and invest their assets; insure their families against risk; and chart a permanent path out of poverty. Already reaching three million people, Fundación Capital is working to reach eight million more in the next few years by expanding access to training, capital, and opportunity. Fundación Capital’s efforts to align advances in public policy, market mechanisms, and technology are building momentum and poised to reach 100 million poor families across three continents by 2030, enabling them to make their own financial decisions and live their ambitions.
Girls Not Brides (London, England)Social entrepreneur: Mabel van Oranje
“Ending Child Marriage to Empower a Generation of Girls”
Every year 14 million girls are married as children, denied their rights to health, education, and opportunity, and robbed of their childhood. Mabel van Oranje has an inspiring vision of what the world could look like if there were no child brides, and initiated Girls Not Brides with the bold goal of ending child marriage in one generation. Child marriage traps girls and their communities in poverty. By ending the practice, the global community can start to address some of the most difficult challenges in development. Girls Not Brides is a global partnership of more than 300 civil society organizations working across 50 countries. By joining forces and working at all levels—from grassroots to international—members of the global community can tackle this harmful social norm and end child marriage.
Global Witness (London, England)Social entrepreneurs: Simon Taylor, Charmian Gooch, Patrick Alley
“Driving Transparency to Lift the ‘Resource Curse’ of Conflict and Human Rights Abuse”
Patrick Alley, Charmian Gooch, and Simon Taylor know that many of the world’s poorest people live in the most resource-rich countries in the world. Natural resources can incentivize corruption, destabilize governments, and lead to conflict and the looting of entire states. From 2002 to 2011, illicit money flows from corrupt deals in the developing world totaled nearly $6 trillion. Global Witness investigates and exposes the shadow networks underlying these deals that fuel conflict, corruption, and environmental destruction. They collect evidence and launch hard-hitting campaigns to find global solutions and end the “resource curse” by tackling corruption, protecting the environment, preventing conflict, and defending human rights.
Medic Mobile (San Francisco, USA)Social entrepreneur: Josh Nesbit
“Building Mobile Communications Tools to Bring Health Care to Underserved Communities”
One billion people will never see a health professional in their lives. Yet 95 percent of the world’s population has access to a mobile signal. Josh Nesbit’s Medic Mobile was created to improve health in underserved and disconnected communities using communication tools. Medic Mobile builds mobile applications for community health workers, caregivers, and patients to increase life-saving health care coverage. Across 20 countries, its tools support 8,000 frontline health workers and benefit approximately six million people with plans to double these numbers annually for a total of 200,000 health workers serving 100 million people by 2018.
Slum Dwellers International (SDI) (Cape Town, South Africa)Social entrepreneur: Jockin Arputham
“Leading Slum Dwellers around the World to Improve Their Cities”
In 2008—for the first time in history—more people were living in urban than in rural areas. Today, more than one billion people live in slums. Founded by a collective of slum dwellers and concerned professionals headed by Jockin Arputham, a community organizer in India, Slum Dwellers International works to have slums recognized as vibrant, resourceful, and dignified communities. SDI organizes slum dwellers to take control of their futures; improve their living conditions; and gain recognition as equal partners with governments and international organizations in the creation of inclusive cities. With programs in nearly 500 cities, including more than 15,000 slum dweller-managed savings groups reaching one million people; 20 agreements with national governments; and nearly 130,000 families who have secured land rights, SDI has been a driving force for change for slum dwellers around the world.
Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP)(London, England)Social entrepreneur: Sam Parker
“Helping Cities Reach Everyone with Water and Sanitation Services”
Every five seconds, the world’s urban population increases by 10 people. Everyone needs access to clean water and sanitation, putting a huge pressure on city service agencies. In response, Water & Sanitation for the Urban Poor has turned the traditional charity model on its head by developing commercially-viable models to bring water and sanitation to nearly two million people in urban slums in six countries. Sam Parker, a former business manager, has led the organization since 2006. Offering a creative package of private-sector, nongovernmental-organization, and academic expertise, WSUP equips public and private service agencies with the capacity and incentives to serve all citizens in their city.…
rial revolution and 3 billion jobs
ER1 what sort of organizational systems )multi-win business models) can sustain 21st c net generation given 20th c largest systems (gov corporate ngo) are all unsustainable (built around extracting and peculating over scarcity not celebrating abundancy of how knowledge multiplies value in use and when truly networked) -what if the us (while it was still richest nation) had sponsored even one open education network since 1984 with as much gisto as it sponsored racing to moon in 1960s?
Best real spaces for citizens to discuss this vary by city - eg the disastrous capital washingtin dc is trying to linkin round conscuus capitalism; European movemnets include club of city models - eg Paris -rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org if your city has a best of kind citizen network
--we are trying to accelerate missing curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution for massive open collaboration
-metanetworks of microfranchises remain badly misundersttod- millennium goal summits like microcreditsummit has ruined what could have been 13 years of understanding how the world's deepest microcredits attracted 100+ microfrancisies each; hub incubator models remain depressing personal networks
With the first Soros alumn MOOC on missing pro-youth economics starting 1 sept 2013 - and the brilliant progress of khanacademy on maths and sharing community healthcare knowhow, the next few quarters may be make or break in terms of whether next decade can be most productive and collaborative for youth - help need to linkin top 100 leaders of youths most productive decade with open education content editors; lets keep forward momentum going by callin g for all post 2015 millenniu gopal meets to converge around microeducationsummit
ER3 Pro-youth economics and professions and public servants
ER4 Smarter mass media and mediation :Hot trillion dollar sector mediation - can fashion -garment sector do better? -with death of David Frost one of the last citizens journalists is gone leaving BBC's lack of world service purpose worse than ever. Will Brazilian people keep up their protest of being promotional stage for sportstars still separate from real heroes of youth futures
ER5 ENERGY: Rotten government by vested interest politicians: continues to miss every opportunity to unite the world around clean energy collaboration. Even after Japans nuclear meltdown, not many governments have owned up to how all nuclear power is a way of passing on risk to next generation
favorite clicks: photosynthesis by norman macrae, khanacademy, and why not you http://ashden.org number 1 in microenergy prizes; http://gshakti.org - grameen's energy microfranchise is on a moores law - one million solar units installed- doubling every 3 years
ER6 Health: designing affordable healthcare and nutrition is left to open education channels with mass media still destroying real freedom of speech on these innovation
ER7 Bank: with a few exceptions, western banking remains a totally bereft of pro-youth purpose - having abandoned the community sustaining models that 99% of citizens need most and whose cost of transactional operation could by now be 99% less thanks to technology
ion is practically the same as what would the world miss without MIT? Youth around the world would miss open collaboration, innovations that advance the human lot and the world's number 1 job creating alumni network.So economic is MIT that only 10 nations with all their resource aggregation rank higher in generating jobs.
Unlike many other academics responsible for entrepreneur centres at business schools, Roberts recommended that each MIT practice area developed its own movements of entrepreneurship. One way you can see how this has evolved is how many different practice labs run their own entrepreneur competitions annually as well as joint competitions.
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Meanwhile Edward has been working on making sure that particular ideology of capital gets first pick at the competition winners. Since there is a fine tradition at MIT to explore your deepest practice area for lifelong pursuit, so many venture capitalists who prioritise asking entrepreneurs to focus on monetisation exit plans are asked to do their deals across the pond in Harvard -not to pollute the MIT spirit of entrepreneurs-for-humanity
While MIT has for over a dozen years led worldwide virtual sharing of educational curricula (open courseware) , Edward Roberts also coordinates the REAP program for those regions that want clusters of their universities to fully understand how the MIT job creating model is different from academia that do not value youth job creation as their main purpose. Its hilarious listening to the number of excuses university admins come up with for not fully clustering together- the hoary issue of letting a quasi-monopoly certify which of your country's youth has a productive future is, as Adam Smith predicted, a fast way to devalue a nation's future, ever more so in our post-industrial era of everyone's a brainworker
Note that while the world's future potential for youth spins around resources and apps of practical decision-making , leaders sustaining inter-generational impacts serve institutions not their own personal brand. Edward Roberts has been illustrating this for 4 decades linking in student innovation flows of each new MIT year with the sort of cross-disciplinary morphing that goes on when brains are energised to advance the future's possibilities not referee over boxing-in past precedents. It is fortunate that digital technologies 4 most world-shaping decades 80s 90s 00s 10s have seen MIT benefit from such mapmaking continuity as Roberts'
What youth collaboration challenges is Edward Roberts centre of
If ever Disney wished to build a 21st C EPCOT as expo of business, science and human futures, all it would really need to do is make a 2 square mile map around the entrepreneur centre at MIT. Expect to come up with 100 names that each need popularising with the layman's question of what the bleep are people working on that future doing
Note how many fusions of disciplines are involved - arguably that open architecture dynamics is what all the future's most productive webs are quite largely about. Though we refer you to Rochon's celebration that an app's value multipliers depend most on how deeply turns society's life critical needs into living labs.
As people at MIT like to say the 10s are the decade when Moores Law moves on from doubling the power of silicon annually to doubling the microfranchise reach of life's most critical apps.
STOP FIDDLING WHILE ATHEN BURNS
Invoking austerity just as the post-industrial revolution could be collaboratively accessed by youth everywhere is the least economic stricture imaginable- and the one whose terrifying compound risks every mathematician since Einstein has begged big decision-makers to prevent. Such conceit would fatally destroy more and more communities capacity to develop families as the fundamental entrepreneurial molecule of everything human lifetimes multiply positive impacts around.
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Help us produce a guide to what to explore at MIT here
Reread the simplest economics principles mapped in 1972 in The Economist's next 40 years
Principle 1 - no place can grow unless capital structures family savings so as to invest in that place's next generation's productivity
Advanced principle 1 - what triggered the world's industrial revolution starting out of the UK.
Note how the human races greatest potential leap forward started because there were no credit ratings agencies.
Dare we suggest that top-down billanthropists risk being blind to the greatest innovation in YouthWorldBanking. Award youth linking into MIT alumni networks with a new currency that can be mobilised through mobilising cashless banking. eg see cas of MPESA entrepreneur Nick Hughes
Gross World Product
As Entrepreneurial Revolution debates rose out of The Economist -the idea that growing productivity in a borderless world does not depend on adding up Gross National Products can yet be the salvation of hi-trust economics. As Einstein proved, the only sciences worthy of the human race are those that innovate themselves by celebrating how to go more micro than they had ever mapped interactions before.
nd collaborative time to live on planet - help catalogue leaders investing in youth and 7 most urgent wonders of 2013-2015 at www.wholeplanet.tv
.Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) – map 7 wonders
Open System rising exponential opportunities to pro-youth futures
1 Bottom Up NGO -ref 7.1.1
2 Open Education
Closed (Collapsing) System Threats to pro-youth futures
3 20th C professions (inconvenient truth monopolies)
4 mass media and public servants -ref 7.4.1
Other Most Urgent Market Freedoms being tested by mobilizing open tech
5 Clean/green energy. and local food, water
6 Health service led by nurses and nutrition mentors as most trusted local info networkers
7 Financial services including currencies 7.7.1 ..........................................….
Click poster of 7 value multiplying wonders of net generation, open source editing,
The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution friends, since 1972.…
h is the most valuable 10 minute training module? when it comes to curriculum, 41 years of Entrepreneurial Revolution search at The Economist suggest collaboration curricula of BRAC is most urgent to free - other nominations welcomed email@example.com
BRAC - net, uni, research, bkash; KhanA; ILAB, CIDA, IHUB, JamiiBora ..
Keynes- economists either design or destroy the futures youth need most. The greatest risk occurs at times of huge change. None greater than the net generation when Norman Macrae first observed youth experimenting with early digital networks. Entrepreneurial Revolution - started in The Economist in 1972 - invites you to co-edit the curriculum which can make the next decade worldwide youth's most productive time.
Norman Macrae Foundation welcomes help link search for 30000 open microfranchises begun at The Economist 40 years ago to help collaboratively futurise the net generation's entrepreneurial revolution and pro-youth economist videos.. firstname.lastname@example.org
because we are postgrads in statistics from Corpus Christi Cambridge we prefer rehearsing optimistic reasoning before modeling numbers but if you have a need for numbers first try the khan curriculum ; we are also preparing a 10-leg tour to pro-youth educators that starts here
ke the entrepreneurial most of their lives -ps Entrepreneur (French for between-take) refers to just over 200 years ago where some places started executing those 1% richest who monopolised the people's assets - how to design a world in which the other 99% could sustain productive lifetimes- the initial para of 1776 Declaration of Independence (its context of valuing peoples happiness and freedom) chartered this spirit before the E-word was coined…
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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2013 = 170th Year of The Economist being Founded to End Hunger
2010s = Worldwide Youth's most productive and collaborative decade
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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