by economics - every critical construct has become a bun fight with vested interests paying for their own interpretaion to be propagated. Imagine trying to understand trignometry where different self-interests were sponsoring educators to teach different ideas of what a circle is.
It may be safest to go back to how Keynes mentored people to deal with this problem. For example, it was obvious to him that economics (the faster markets went global) would either design or destroy the futures peoples want most. For peoples energies to be productively valued over lifetimes and across generations of knowledge-transfering, the :designing" and "Exponentials Impact Valuation" of economics would need to be mediated in bi-partisan ways- ie economists should not hire themselves out to rival political parties nor vested interests so as to be wholly responsible for sustaining peoples and places growth
Value chain is an incredibly simple idea but one whose hi-trust maps needs extraordinary collaboration to update diversity of local detail (as all maps need to do if they are to be uptodate in connecting -the world may be global but people travel through it locally at least when they are impacting the people communities they live in)
Purposeful gravity of a value chain depends first on you scoping your choice of a vital market - healthcare, banking, nutritious foods , eduaction, the use of machines and types of energy , ,,, - which you may do locally or globally - or you may zoom out (nutritious foods depend on world agriculture policies and natures capital) or zoom in to what does do families in your community have affordable access to supported by true information stimuli.
Once you have gravitated your scope start listing/mapping ever different type of producer as well as every different human demand (customer, owner, worker, future guardian societal resources including natural ones) that is being interconnected. Get comfy with this never being a perfect process- a map can always zoom in to more local viewpoints as well as zoom out to try and gain some overall understanding of what changes are spinning.
The Innovators Joy of Being Vaguely Right not Perfectly Wrong
In the curious human state needed for entrepreneurial self-confidence, probably the most important thing to know is that anyone who says they can offer a perfect overall understanding of a value chain can only be perfectly wrong. It was the mathematician einstein that proved that any system/science view of the world always has a more innovative/valuable view to be searched by modelling more micro levels of interactions. When you listen to expert economists on the nightly news - do they behave as if they value vaguely right? Unless you trust that they do, it is now urgent to assume with investments you influence that such sound-biting and analyticaly-transitory gurus are not designing the future value chains peoples most want. This also seems to be why investment banks for the poorest have over the years since The Economist started the quest for entrepreneurial revolution in 1976 attracted the most exciting designers of futures families life critically need most.
When considering the future , we recommend valuing this idea first: the net generation can be defined as the first to action a million times more collaboration technology than any previous generation. Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries who started networking around The Economist in 1976 have argued since my father's 1984 book on the net generation that the purpose peoples should most value from the worldwide web is a 10 times more produtive worldwide youth than ever before.
As 36 yerars of Entrepreneurial Revoution dialogues -including birthday wish parties of the worldwide's most famous entrepreneurs : the older generations can now be investing in the most exciting millennium goals that worldwide youth can be co-producing. If you are interested in mapping how to free such value multiplying chains we suggest you explore the futures berners lee most wanted to help the net generation linkin and value networking with those openly trusted by berners lee to be closest to his life mission. For example finds some links with MIT where Berners Lee works and which has already been audited to be the number 1 job creating alumni network the world has ever celebrated.
Another core question is : whose peer to peer circles are openly sharing the constructs of value chain that keynes or adam smith or whomever you trust the responsibility of ruling the world to most
Unfortunately Harvard's Porter issued a very top-down framework of value chain as part of his strategic books of the old industrial age in the 1980s - 30 years later some of the people (eg 1) who have left his monitor organiation now help produce the most exciting bottom up maps of value chains, but only where they have adopted some developing world community as one they love the future of.
It has taken USAID the whole of the new millennium to date to completely reassess bottom-up value chain perspectives. The DC's Newseum was hired to spead this total change of perspective through 500 opinion leaders in early 2012. There is hope that the first program the american people will innovatively help the world -including even the G8 and worldwide youth - understand bottom up valuation is www.feedthefuture.gov The scope mapped tries to share views with nations around the world so as to improve food security so that no child dies of famine or has her growh stulted by lack of nutrients. There is a wiki of what bottom-up usaidis inviting worldwide correspondents to map round value chains here and some commentary on how usable these information networks are to anyone visiting or linking in DC . This is work can be joyfully accelerated by anyone who can help interact as a bottom up -local - observer of a life critical value chain
According to my father's life work including hsi 40 years editing what Economist readers found most innovative to debate as entrepreneurial revolutuiinbarues, japan and the grassroots networking investment banks for the poorest innovated out of bangladesh offer many if the most grounded views of value chains that worldwide youth can enjoy action networking now
superstars, digital media's mass impacts from viewpoints of the 3 majorities with less than 10% say in the futuire - women, youth, poorest
september's all time highlights include- state wide competitions -one day a year when whole states education system listens to pitches from most socially educated or entrepreneurial students -active 2011-2013 breather 2014, before 2015 multi-youth summit debriefing on post 2015 millennials goals
Universities of an entrepreneurial kind usually start a pitching competition during first 2 months using the MIT paradigm; septber/october also seen as only 2 months to introduce missing subjects summits such as those relevant to sustainability investment and transforming 21st netgen C beyond riks of systems that are too big to exist
First wek of this month is usually time for convergences 2015 leading microsummit- some would say the world's now that microcreditsummit has given up its position at the pole of millennials' goals summits
to map which solutiuons are best for sustaining which different communities
world class aligned with nature's 2 main value multipliers - self-organising and open
world class value multipliers
#1: open not closed; the aim should be to bring down degrees of separation on life critical information and its timeliness for action as well as selective change - reference Norman Macrae biography of Von Neumann clarifies why Johny assumed it would be natural in net generations "death of distance" to world to bring down most patent's life to 3 months; his argument anyone with a 3 months lead at the epicentre of hundreds of networks will find that more than enough - that is if their purpose is to keep on multiplying value for everyone with their innovation talents; furthermore borders are the new areas of greatest risk to youth's future and heroic human goals- SO professions whose global advice is based on separation or externality are spinning the end of human sustainability - devalue such professions (bye bye andersen ; bye bye news of world type media ...) before they devalue all of our nations, youth's joys, communities, freedoms to live productive lives...…
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WV is a 4 hemisphere search for the 2013's human race's most exciting patient capital investment start-ups -for contacts rsvp email@example.com ref WV
VOS: vietnam-boston online secondary aims to connect the greatest secondary resources online and for real so as to increase number of secondary students in vietnam meriting scholarships to world class unis- vietnam is a pilot for other developing countries -for contact rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org ref VOS
coming soon more details on OpenIR, end GuttterOil, CrowdSys, 3cam, The Secondary Curriculum of Biogas Ovens - (lets end the use of kerosene, not only is its carbon bad for the environment but its a major lung-disease killer of childen and mothers)
d to turn into a change world mooc by January 2014
so what content connectors at the summit are keys to the door of youth's most active collaboration networks
for example the debate between Team Ocean and Team space interests us because:Ocean networkers connect to the proposal that Water Angels Networks need to be the most collaborative worldwide youth compass of our eraYunus friend and astronaut Ron Garan is spending his time and influence on understanding how difficult it is to sustain massive collaboration networks
related inbox : "Dear Ron - do you know Michael S Roth ?" He is turning the 92y social good summit you and NASA were at during UN week on New York into a change world mooc that starts on jan 2014
It would be useful to maximise your (and team space/ocean) collaboration challenges as part of his content
Also I believe Branson attended - during same week branson signed a social forrestry funding partnership with yunus for haiti- good if that could get your youth training/inspiration content included-
also my friend taddy blecher of south africa's free university partners branson in replicating his entrepreneur curricula - would you like me to introduce you to taddy
can I check that you know that the bhuiyans with ted turner and yunus and nobel laureates are linking in the biggest youth collaboration entrepreneur competition with 25000 youth live in atlanta 2015 - above flows need to map back from that in my opinion -if we can collaborative scale goal-summits, moocs , and stduent entrepreneur competitions in a 3-in-one process we can help accelerate yunus's race back to youth sustainability and end poverty
Also the student community winner of last week's yunus new hamsphire sb competition was the most exciting water project I have ever seen a student pitch -its agua (video here) or our NH host Fiona Wilson can tell you more - her competition featured a glittering array of green and food security projects and included judges such as the CEO of Stonyfarm yogurt
best chris macrae…
the 2 governments are not yet hurrying this along- this is a story every issue of journal of social business needs to get 3000 leaders ready for imo!
100 MILLION JOB PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE
yes I would go a million miles to be a fly on the wall of any meetings actioning ma and yunus and others leaders games once they begin- probably the best single stimulus of entrepreneurial revolutionaries that I have been able to search; ALSO interested in whether anyone thinks the 100 million job creation blue economy recommednation of gunter pauli is for real -especailly when UNEP seems to be edited out of kenya
now we need ideas on how to help hub tv partners and notimeleft (hot movie yunus 3000 meeting of danonecommunites previewed last feb) reverse take over the bbc (probably a 2 year project if 2010s is going to be exciting); if anyone wants to either suggest a web to take in or out of the 50 clicks around the world tour that I will soon have linked up at future of BBC -please say; also if underneath you and your web want to be refenced as a tour guide to this amazing race out of your region in the world please say
Future of BBC presents around sustainability world in 50 clicks
In association with Collaboration Entrepreneur Alumni of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant ...
eroic devotion to liberty. But his cabinet meeting muffed an opportunity by filaing to agree on devolution
Catalans ask for more (Spain)NewsThe Economist. Saturday, 28 February 1976.Pages 44,47. Vol 258, issue 6914.
Calatlonia is readily inclined to turn its back on madrid and look northward for cultural and political models.It is rich in creative, intelectual, entrepreneurial and administrative talent. It has industry, a first trickle of off shore oil, a metropolis of artistic and architectural disinction that looks more like a capital thna many capitals. Few Catalans are irreconcilable separatists but their numbers will grow if Spains new leaders prove less flexible that their 1932 predecessors.
Look back to Catalonia's sense of identity preserved by Catalan a Romance language similar to old French which shares many words with English. By the fourteenth century Catalonia had evolved its own parliamentary system and was a significant cultural and commercial infleuence - The Mediterranean was a catalan Lake!
(personal update : I visited Barcelona circa 2005 when it was being hailed as Europe's leading multi-cultural knowledge city -extensive conference papers available)…
creating solutions in society- the competition came up with many ideas that indicated universities need to outreach into societies so that their students can both serve communities and create jobs while they are at university; I believe that is one of the main challenges of knowledge co-worker age (evident in most of druckers and dad's writings); there wont be jobs waiting for whomever passes exams, youth need to use the networking with peers while being educated to entrepreneur jobs; Atlanta's keynote speaker that everyone came to be inspired by has also been asked to testify at US congress; as with all worldwide change economic branding of most purposeful goals is a case of serially converging right time right action right people right place -the xexact opposite of what the darn tv ad spot
(This experiment has grown out of 10 years of work of connecting poorest colleges in one entrepreneurial program which involves busienss leaders as much as it does professors, students, or content; it is the depth of these business leaders connections which could help us take this experiment to any tate where enough colege principals was to fast track job creation and sustainability of communities. Almost by defintion the sorts of solutions that students in georgia see as most exciting in terms of communities regeneration apply also to states with a similar profile to Georgia. If we could only make a facebook of student challenges that would be worth people spending their time in so-called social media)
I have been researching education entrepreneurs with this sort of belief as a hobby now for about 7 years; and think I get to hear of good news in terms of of practising radical education change of this sort- say if you want to me to add you to circulation list of my most radical co-searchers
help us compile creating jobs 50 best news stories of 2010s at www.creatingjobs.net
Announces Social Business Institute at the University of DC
Nobel Peace Prize recipient and world acclaimed author, Dr. Muhammad Yunus spoke with DC college students, entrepreneurs and others Friday September 28th at the University of DC auditorium. Dr. Yunus announced the creation of the Social Business Institute at the University of the District of Columbia and a social business competition to be held next Spring. He told the packed auditorium that it is the world’s responsibility to see to the financial well being of poor countries. Dr. Yunus is a professor of economics, having developed the concepts of microcredit and microfinance. These are loans given to entrepreneurs too poor to qualify for traditional bank loans.
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?
Foundation Norman Macrae- The Economist's Pro-Youth Economist
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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
world favorite moocs-40th annual top 10 league table