mit , and discussions with shareholders of The Economist on its 170th birthday baring in mind the net generation dialogues my father started there in 1972.
OPEN WORLDWIDE TIPPING POINT
40 years ago when entrepreneurial revolution dialogues in The Economist first started debating the consequences of net generation in2010s , we explored 2 opposite global village scenarios- the best and worst of times for youth.
The worst of times had been mapped in the 1930s by Orwell's Big Brother and in social impact work of Einstein. Ironically this week le Figaro has announced as if it was news that Orwell's only error may have been timelining big brother 3 decades early
All this is scenesetting to the hypothesis that global education summits in the 2010s are quite likely the last chance to bend the planet back to a trajectory where all youth are employed to their hearts content -something that a millions times more collaboration tech than can make possible but only if we the peoples linkin round open everything.
Two most exciting examples that I have experienced so far this century happened in the last 12 ,months
1 The idea that the khan academy could be a lab wherever leaders have 9 minutes of training that millions of youth could linkin to job creation or millennium goals greatest solution networks
2 Celebrations of open society and open economics out of Budapest hosted last month by George Soros and graced by Sir Fazle Abed and global education's first WISE laureate and paul farmer affordable global healthcare most extraordinary American leader whose latest responsibility includes rebuilding Haiti's nursing college demolished by the earthquake
..RSVP -helpnominate who to map reharding 7 roles to play in Pas Deja Vu Edu..
1 Khan, Koller . ..Open Edu Designers of 9 minute training module platforms scaled to reach million youth simulataneously
2 Abed, Farmer Those with the most urgent bottom-up training solutions provided Khan-Academy type labs are planteall across their youth partnering networks
3 Soros, Barrett ... Those with funds and education channels to rethink economics from the ground up
4 Blecher Free Uni South Africa, Yunus Nearly Free Nursing Col;ege -Those who already organise the most affordable real job creating universities
5 eg Gandhi Family at City Montessori Lucknow, Aflatoun Primary Financial Literacy training -from opphanage to curriculum in 90 countries - Those whose life work has been to pro-youth education but who began institution building pre-net
6 eg New Zealand's and China's Gordon Dryden www.thelearningweb.net Negropronte founder of MIT media lab and $100 childrens mobile computers -those whose life work on job creating edu started with the coming of the internet
7 eg Ken Robinson: Others who care most that communities near you sustain youth's working lifetimes by changing edu in what ever way is needed
Economist shareholders with particular interests in changing youth's world through affordable info networking:
Marjorie Scardino CEO Pearson Affordable Learning
Sarah Butler-Sloss (Ne Sainsbury) Ashden Green Energy Prize network partners
I would love to discuss implications of these practice networks with anyone who believes global education summits can change youth's world. What would you most love to discuss?…
ending on interest
7 lucknow india - after 60 years as world's largest school - gandhis at city montessori have discovered how to help almost any illiterate adult to read a newspaper within 50 days- mostofa and mrs begum just back from summit on that
6 since 2012 sir fazle abed brac event at japan embassy dhaka - enjoyed annual discussion with sir fazle on how his life's knowledge could become an open learning curriculum -at UN last week he renewed commitments to girls jobs education - the area that also made him WISE's first laureate; this summer sir fazle was also keynote at british council education summit in miami
5 ethiopians friends in dc own the continent wide elearning satellite http://www.yazmi.com
4 world bank open learning campus- know the people who have set up this coursera partnership to explore opposite segment to certification - ie any learning that viralise job competence is a priority
3 khan academy's selection of topics beyond maths is fascinating - its health competition is now its number 2 subject https://www.khanacademy.org/about/health-competition
2 taddy blecher partnerships out of s.africa having graduated 5000 entrepreneurs during first 15 years of nearly free university have now identified missing curriculum of empowerment, financial literacy and entrepreneurship that 14 million children from grade 3 will be enjoying with goal of creating 1 million extra jobs in s.africa by 2020- system also changes apprenticeship structure for many
1 round the world nearly free nursing colleges are a special map that friends at www.women4empowerment.org and I are focusing on. w4e is led by naila chowdhury for 15 years yunus first female director of grameenphone but for last 3 years a washington dc neighbour of mine -designing telecentres and nanocredit in ways that create jobs for women and youth
would love to know what else you see as most exciting
chris macrae washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc…
ilities of our net generation -eg what is the valuetrue livelihoods purpose of multi-trillion dolar value chain of the internet
Value Recommendation: millennials and open educators join in exploring how MA-LEE linkin every sustainable community to open up technology to W omen empowerment and Youth empowerment
"The Web as I envisaged it, we have not seen it yet. The future is still so much bigger than the past." Tim Berners Lee
Value Cultural depth and open Learning win-wins by exploring the social learning hybrid of Ma and Lee. Study how both these guys respond to short-term soundbiting journalism and MBA-Walked-Street mindset by saying something like the web as I imagine IT we have not seen it yet - IT is so much bigger humanly.Ma concepts: BtoC (Business to Customer) and mobilising how DT (replaces IT) Clinton Global this week minute 37 of valuing what matters video - internet is best university; mobile phone (it to dt technology making other people better you too can be successful - help young people succeed, help young people to reach new things )
Talk the walk about celebrating 2 human dreams that need to positively co-create from opposite sides of the world, and its future history as far as humans can positively interact with each other and with nature, and in terms of helping the next generation be fully involved in their futures work. Tim Berners Lee spends his life defending open technology and inspiring open tech wizards out of MIT. Jack Ma leaves technology to co-workers as long as Ali Baba is on track to create more jobs out of china than anyone else in the world (can imagine)
ENTREPRENEURIAL WISE : FUTURE HISTORY AT UNPRECEDENTED COMMUNICATIONS REVOLUTIONS
What did americans mean in 1776 by being born the freest and happiest nation imaginable at that time
how has china succeeded during the era you live in to do what no other billion people have done in many generations let alone one
WORLDWIDE VIRTUAL MARKETS CAN END PEOPLE BEING BULLIED BY HOW BIG THEIR NATIONAL MARKET IS
search this now or forever hold your peace!…
We also use 13 mapping codes so that you can view market redesign as a function of places you connect with most
There is a time dynamic too. up to 1995 most markets were pre-digital in design- from 1996 some regions started urgent experiments in digital design
A lot of the conflicts of today's era of racing to borderless sustainability are rooted in future's history- so where relevant we note 12 different time codes in 7 year periods ranging from 1946-53 through to 2023-30. Our hypothesis is that ours species has doubled its investment i mobilising connectivity (eg computing, communications, infrastruture) technologies every 7 years since 1946. That will be over 4000 time more 2030 versus 1946. That timeline framing was started by my father in The Economist at the time of moon landing. He called this entrepreneurial revolution and argued that organisations constitutions and professions would need to adapt ahead of time if they were to help peoples and community achieve sustainability all over the world.
THE FORREST GUMP OF GLOBALIZATION MEDIA
My father famous for paradoxically being an optimistic rationalist also had a habit of making annual surveys where he visited a country on the other side of the world and asked how could everyone help these peoples join in win-win trade. The rest of the time he sat in the same London office fir 40 years sub-editing The Economist around his keynsian inspired speciality ending poverty. Friday lunchtime was institutionalised in London's Sain James as a time when any leadre could drop in on off the record debate of what conflicts to try to reconcile next around the globe.
Father had served as a teenager navigating ariplanes in world war 2 over mkidernday bangaldesh. It was his belief thatthe root cause iof teh woreld wars was over 400 yeras of colinsation which had imposed trades in such a ays that most natiosn economies had been decimated while the empirikng nations grew bigger and bigger. Thus father took the opportunity to celebatrate every chnane in world trade towards win-wins.
Notably the british mercantile impact on the whole of the south and east Eurasia coasts reduced the economies of the world's largest population idnia and china (each about one fifth of humanity) from being proportionate to population size in 1500 to being minor in terms of gdp in 1946. Norman would therefore have fully supported debates as to how could silk raids and other win-win trading routes happily reconnect peoples across continentwide railRoads and via coastal belt's superports. In fact his 1977 survey of China optimistically records that china is coming out to the world to marje again (after 110 years of closing itslkf rather than accepting the british insistence that opium be used as a currency to trade with china's silks and spices). By now sustainability would depend on how all world wide youth friends chinese youth according to Norman's 1977 viewing.
download this file to one click through to every survey
IN our guide we see finance and education best reported in these terms which we revisit in several chapters throughout the book
Communities now need everyone to be free to be a banker, a skills learner and a skill coach at diferent stages of life.…
Bora Banking End Slum Youth Community Regeneration
For those who value the microeconomics hypothesis that a place can only sustain growth across generations if capital (community banking) structures family savings to invest in next generation's productivity, Jamii Bora is the benchmark model for urban contexts. Its emergence at the time when it was first possible to digitalise all the record keeping of banking put Kenya in the worldwide vanguard of all banking models that leveraged digital age's 10 to 100 times lower cost and higher quality customer transaction systems. And led to Kenya's ihub a model incubation space for open sourcing digital world trade apps incubated by a nation's wizard youth technologists.
PEER TO PEER APPRENTICE NETWORKS
What bangladesh had linked round circles of village mothers, jb started linking in round youth teams (some literally former gangs); soon the laddered approach started being translated by brac in africa particularly to girl effect networks eg all girls who wanted to start a small haircutting busienss
In terms of global job-creating structures, when George Soros says the subprime and other meltdowns of global banking systems require rethinking of economics from bottom-up, these 2 contributions to the purpose citizens need to demand of economics and financial markets offered immediately prior to Obama's inauguration are pivotal:
The culture of Jamii Bora (Happy families identity) emerged from the most positive family sprit of foster mothers and orphans confronted by the extreme innovation challenge of slums surrounding Nairobi. Just as an Indian street orphanage has become the epicentre of the most relevant worldwide financial literacy programs in primary schools, Jamii bora offers lessons for all 21st C youth entrepreneur curricula from age 11 up.
10 times lower cost of mobile loans/savings transactions
Laddered Loan Amount
Peer youth trust- end gangs
Jamii Bora and family health insurance and wellbeing programs
Jamii Bora and Green Urban Regenarion
Benchmark for pro-youth banking revolutions
World First Mpesa -consequences worldwide cashless banking models reach brac and global banks with values
World First Nanocredit -consequences opportunities of mobile billionnaires to lead greats social valuation innovations (eg women4empowerment)
African world first Kiva (Zip) (pper to peer lending modesl also change student direct connections)
Netgen Benchmark for youth direct world trade
World Benchmark IHUB
Ushahidi software of IHUB
Acumen Gravity of Patient Capital
Death of distance Life's greatest app labs
Africa's first satellite's apps -from disaster prevention to elearning
First mobile billionaire invests in Public servant leadership - cf pope and jim kim count on me
Africa24tv - takes on most purposeful role of broadcast tv -
Openedu greatest value multipliers local-global
Bridging Literacy Education -Bridges Academy
Orphans as world class developers of financial literacy curriculum -link India's aflatoun
Ihub natural link of 1 coding khan-ac, 2 missing mooc, 3 branch partner of free university curricula
Twin ends purposeful value exchanges- 10-win p*d
US=AF disapora development value chains
Blessed coffee cooperative servants
Sister city mayors aa - elearning tablet
4 hemisphere open source youth
African at ITU bridge to women4empowerment
African millennials at epicentre of un millenial goals
African millennials at epicentre of (jim kim) 2 defining social movements of netgen
out of safrica
the curricula and the uni model and first partners
the world leading community example and connection with peace revolution (gandhi mandela-elder)
different emphasis when edu liberates value exchange transformation than when banking does
conequence of education as number 1 banker of microfrancises and nation's postion in above zero sum worldwide trade…
ons- here's a sample- if your place needs to co-host some of this dialogue pelase email email@example.com or phone my washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655
TO FRIENDS OF WWW ENTREPRENEURS MAKE 10 TIMES MORE JOB CREATING EDUCATION ECONOMICALLY POSSIBLE
What we need - my pitch to sir fazle and brac university - is founder of a university to be the coursera partner that is on youth's side not perpetuating professors silos and their institutions ivory tower (and systems that are too big to exist) costs. For example, the first million student course on youth entrepreneurship could be a few slides defining the term openly and bottom-up but mainly updating through a competition for current student year's most replicable social solutions.
This was proposed by The Economist and in my dads 1984 book on net generation where the bbc's world service also joined in by faciliating a dragons den competition of who came up with the most investible millennium goal solutions so that collaborative worldwide youth co-produce these through any community needing particular life-saving service franchises. Father had predicted 2000s as decade mankind would wake up to discrepancy in nations' incomes and expectations being man's greatest risk and if the 2010s did not become the decade we micro-entrepreneurially invested in worldwide youth being 10 times more productive, sustainable and heroic then globalisation would at best collapse or at worst spin towards orwell's end game. Actually back in 1930s the correspondence friends albert einstein and mahatma gandhi were entrepreneurial whole truth bloggers/mapmakers for orwell's plot - one providing the maths and other seeing india (which then included what we now call pakistan and bangaldesh) as one of the last continent-wide test cases.
As only dad could get away with voicing: instead of learning from the beginning of the 20th century: George Bush replicated Kaiser Wilhelm's behaviours -father had been the future historian for Hackett's World War 3. Sadly how to prevent 21st c replaying world wars has not been digested by congresses on either side of the atlantic. Father's old friend Rupert Murdoch has played the most disgraceful role of any media baron in bullying the BBC and 25 years of UK politics just when we needed Aunty to come out on youth economics side.
what is insanely great about coursera is unlike other massive open online collaboration (MOOC) platforms is the basic element of content is 12 minute slide shows (ok with youtube superimposed on bottom right hand corner of slides guiding you through them). I believe any replicable open source and inter-community solution needs a franchise description of maximum 12 minutes length to go viral round online youth
TADDY - if i can tell sir fazle that you support something like the above future intervention then we need his university and yours to rapidly partner each other and coursera- so that's why I would love to sponsor your trip to meet him at earliest possible mutual diary convenience- 2013 year is supposed to be The Economist's 170th year of mediating end of hunger. So if you and sir fazle could meet before july, I could try and ask lord sainsbury's daughter to reactivate shareholders of The Economist before AGM. She and prince charles already want to help MOOC million youth's most popular microenergy curriculum as way of using prize knowedge ofhttp://www.ashden.org/ and she and princess anne love free nusring colleges. 21st c nursing needs to be mobilised as the most trusted grassroots infomation workers. Probably the most entrepreneurial initiative the combo of obama and clinton planted is community owned broadband nursing in clinton's state (part of a 4 billion do;lar bailout investment where each state was alowed to choose one living app to broadband bottom-up
norman devoured numbers making more sense out of them than most- he knew how to model systems that were already compounding consequences, impact valuation/auditing as some call it today; almost all of his future histories were logical consequences mapping either where goodwill systems were exponentially accelerating, or conversely of crisis compasses people needed to change if they were not to cause mass destruction.
for more on norman's viewpoint- download the attachment metazero.ppt - ask questions to firstname.lastname@example.org - at the moment it is not self-standing - it is a network document of some content modules we want to insure that MOOCs that value youth most integrate, and to linkin leaders who still wish to colaboratively invest in 2010s as worldwide touth;s most productive decade www.wholeplanet.v
If someone called themselves an economist but did not know how to value exponentials transparently, father would not want to be categorised as in that person's profession- he had been mentored by keynes -as well as a century long tradition of scottish journalism never better recoreded that The Economist's 1943 centenary biography of itself The Economist 1843 - 1943. A Centenary Volume. by Oxford UP (1943) - that economists either design or destroy the futures that 99% of people want most- he took the hippocratic oath of modeling win-win-win models of the future very seriously however much work, however politically unpopular it was with temporary opinion; he was sad that he aparently lost the battle with the BBC to train their news and economic analysts to represent the questions on futures the peoples most needed -that way the hugest investment ever made in public mass media could have had economic benfits serving the whole world and not just the first net generations of british
norman also knew what more leaders had actually done in more countries through the 20th century than anyone - this was also part of both of his family tree's life expereinces- helped by his father having been a spy in world war 1 before becoming a british consular and his father-in-law working for quarter of a century in Mumbai to resolve systemic conflicts gandhi had discovered
norman believed in optimism seeing pessimism as a waste of your energy and passion and how goodwill multiplies either slowly grounded through real communities or speedily viralising through virtual networks
norman loved what the digital networks could do though not much was commonly available during his career at The Economist 1948-1988; he loved opening snailmail from unacknowledged practitioners and throwing press releases in the bin - he used to reply to questions that interested him whomever posted them. Equally, he probably saw more information on decisions that 20th C leaders were making pass over his desk than anyone - he saw this as a privilege of using media to try to improve the human lot
when he wrote an article that powerful people didnt like. he encouraged them to write a letter which he was happy for The Economist to publish as part of an alternative views dialogue- he also knew that the way people write letters in such situations tells you even more about what they are up to
The Economist online library of norman macrae
norman, along with other editorial staff would do one survey a year that would often involve a lot of travel- the rest of the time people would know he was there to be contacted in his office in london- friday (the one day off a week) became the most intersting lunch in london -where world eladers would drop by for off the record debates
when The Economist held an xmas party rn some such - notoriously the guest of glamour at one end would be mobbed by people while in a quiet corner a few people hunted out norman for debates of a sort that stretched the imagination but left people believing in a mission impossible worth adopting as their new year's resolution -
this was how journalists stayed true to entrepreneurial revolution- a term norman took delight in reminding people originated from a time when french peoples liberte egaliet fraternite was achieved by cutting off the heads of the 1% that sought to monopolise all productive assets- norman loved telling stories of how convenient the timing of the french revolution was- across the channel its impact was that Scot James Wilson only needed to launch a newspaper - The Economist - to get Queen Victoria to jump ship from being head of the system design of slavemaking empire to wanting to weave a meta-hub of commonwealth - if The Economist as a Social Action ever failed to be directed at ending hunger and ending capital abuse of youth , James wanted it closed without more ado
nomic freedom over the last 10 years and the small business heroes at the epicentre of such races to freedoms - this is a future capitalism curriculum I would love to celebrate and value as integral to every youth's freedom of speech and education
chile was a leading example accompanied by Zambia and slovakia -and a fascinating case of a north korean expatriate who escaped to south korea and whose venture capitalism bank is investing in his expatriates in south korea with the hope that when north korea falls they will have enough capital and knowhow to quickly train up their peoples
please tell me ((or all of us) if you feel we could collaborate in do the following
)1 could you in chile start a blog freechile where you list the favorite cases of bernardos or other youth entrepreneur curriculum - you dont need to tell the full story but in which sectors has a small business leader committed to a unique purpose which made the whole sector better for society- please include the case featured was a bey keeper -apparently and I still dont know how to analyse this up to a third of all plants depend on cross-fertilisation by bees - so healthy bees are a way to ensure local food security - what youth need and nobel peace laureates to know is that there is a space for connecting every case that is the opposite pf to-d-down mba cases - part 2 of the bees case gets more virally wonderful in recent years big foods industry started destroying bees so this chilean bee-keeper has also become a world leader in breeding queen bees- apparently these he is allowed to export to Europe but not to the macro-agri-monooplistic USA- incidentally according to the canadians who keep a worldwide monitor, USA has fallen faster than any country in economic freedom since 2008 which shows exactly why youth will need to turn the tide by atlanta 2015 if american youth are to be free to collaborate with worldwide net generation's greatest purposes for humanity
2 if we could start with say 5 cases that chile has freedom benchmarks to share with youth around the world, we could try and start up a series of blogs edited mainly by youth in countries (or regions) whose economic freedom has advanced most since 2000- and this series of blogs under the free<nation> name could become one of the most valuable commons resources in the whole future of open education of hi-trust entrepreneurship
3 urgent twin jobs capitals diaries; may I note the following diary of attempts to help america youth free economies-
3.1 in 4 days time the first ever totally new curriculum on coursera appears edited put of a university in connecticut - http://coursera.com/course/changetheworld - its cases are claimed all to come from last september's un and mashable social good conference in new york; what would be real cool is if in the discussions section of this course we can swarm free-nation bloggers through a post cataloguing where these youth journalists of job-creation are co-editing from - what other swarms are needed to- for example is one member of every conscious capitalism chapter registered for this course and ready to communally linkin through one discussion post- if not how can it seriously claim to be a youth economic collaboration network?
3.2 in 15 days time the second annual term of collaboration students across 5 states bordering dc begins with a discussion of how can such youth free conscious capitalism and vice versa - ask king or sylvia for more details
3.3 towards entrepreneurial revolution's dream curriculum of open jobs creating education - free nation blogs would syndicate a common sidebar with next events where youth can co-create and openly franchise the sorts of cases pbs celebrated last night
3.4 back to chile- getting a few photographs on the home of world class queen bee production can fit a roving youth gallery of the natures wonders and horrors - as many of you know clara's worldwide campaigns to value plastic properly include opportunities for youth to share the most horrific plastic waste photos choking waterways etc - the american tv age was all about using photography to image over communities most urgent sustainability challenges- its time photographers and youth for humanity pictorially struck back- we are hoping mostofa will soon have some good news on this as yunus official photographers of the last 30 yeras shares his ideas on ways to connect this- mostofa will also be visiting the world's largest single situated school and can find out if photographers for humanity is one of their student networks (it is interesting to note how moocs and khan academies dont yet use the world's most telling photos in helping students action learn- coursera will be dead in the water unless it does find such a way to include open 24/7 content and not just content that appears once a year and asks you not to collaboratively multiply knowhow around it (dear me john doerr -you really dont get the web's most economic multipliers do you- quite a pity since my father's earliest survey on silicon valley celebrated networks around you including what was then the coming of sun microsystems and java)
cheers chris macrae wash dc 1 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc…
norman macrae The Economist 1971:
the general forecast of how humans network globalisation is optimism moderated by 5 main provisos
1: worst fears spring from urbanisation the wrong way round
second threat is establishment and vested interests sidetrack technological opportunities
3: conflicts caused betwen cultural gaps of those moving into the ethos of the post-economic age and those who treat the work ethic as an article of religious faith
4: top-down government inefficiencies: macroeconomics as history's professional rump of disgraceful political chicanery
5 "Beyond the late 20th C stockmarket" is the fine old muddle of what is going to be the efficient means of distributing worldwide capital. The core conflict compounds wherever there is a lack of transparent discrimination between different countries balance of payments and the mobilisation of (families , communities ..) savings. The consequences are critical for the future of banking over the next 4 decades. It may be that on this unexpected hinge, the fate of our whole international economic system will spring.
relevant projects at www.worldeconomist.net : FutureofBBC
snailmail type 1 - to world class brands leaders network (est 1989)
Do you have 15 minutes in next 5 weeks when I can pop in to your ny office.
Just in time for Yunus speech to US congress: Glasgow centres of adam smith economics and french entrepreneurial revolutionaries will circulate 3000 copies of first issue of journal of exciting 2010s to research 3000 leaders' visions of dr yunus choice. Want to know if you want any copies printed for you and if you have a one page vision for leaders of 2010s you would like packaged into a paper of visions
gordon started playing with my dad's living scripts for the net generation's goals back in 1984 or earlier - his education revolution out of new zealand is something wondrous to link into; he's kindly drafting a paper on micro up journeys of down under nations so to speak
On evening before dad's celebration party at The Economist popped in to martin sorrell's secretariat to spread the gossip on dialogues on good news & actioning heroic goals decade-
one decade later than it could be if he had employed me in 1999 for longer than 4 dotcom quarters to develop the portal brandknowledge.com but then we had an argument over andersen - during this heady period, his team also asked me to model the future value of the brand on the basis of 100 leadership interviews; dad's and my exponentials maths said zero unless they resolved a long list of conflicts, but martins logoi-sts preferred to spend 40 million dolars re-badging andersen; so much for death of trust (or economy ) of global advertising sector
www.worldeconomist.net doubling knowledge-actions annually thru 2010s to human race's heroic goals http://normanmacrae.ning.com
dvertising new products had become uneconomic for two reasons.
First the cost of tv advertising had gone up 10 fold in real terms - costs increases of this magnitude [rovide the simples sign of aollapsing economics. Secong companies' startegies and human behaviours were becoming globally linked making the former idea of a different ad campaign for every product and country nonsensical as well as non-economic
World Class Brands was set up in 1988 by people concerned to do good with media and curious about how sustainable media industries would innovate a wholly diferent future from their past.
2011's Collapse of the News of the World and related badwill communications industries is just the tip of an iceberg of an industry sector that has chosen to decalue sustainability of itself and other sectors rather than innovate beyond historic practices
Our 1999 triple special issue of journal of marketing management listed some of the first 10 years of not innovating
instead of valuing ecological sustainability and other human responsibilities as the new quality, the indutry greenwashed
instead of colaborating with economists and other metrics professions to model whether corporate leadership patrhs were racing on a rising sustainable exponetial or a crashing one - algorithms of brand valuation were constructed which rose the more ad money was spent. Never have measurements been so uneconomic but because global accounting didnt want to innovate through its own sustainability chalenge of not having a futuire-sensitive way to model intangibles - the acs and the ads sponsored acads to teach the elast economic global bsuienss courses (MBAs)
instead of helping people everywhere celebrate the new knoweldge economy we have been led into a misinfomation economy-
this matters because today it is safest to assume that the 16 most life critical global markets are all being governed the wrong way - governments need to admit their vown transparency failures and demand that public sector tv plays trillion dolar audit games until we have ended conmflicts caused by other expoentially wrong crossroads:
we could have invested last 20 years in clean energies instead of nuclear and carbon
we could have faced up to the coming bubbles in pensions and helathcares and education - these invole the 3 age groups where economics and social models need to question each others future assumptions in ways that all the people can \understand - why Norman Macra's Survey of Entrepreneurial Revolution in 1976 recommended a new capitalism in which left is right is centre. One dimensional polaristions are the cause of colapsing sustainability
World Class Brands networks support and are supported by
valuetrue mnetworks that map sustainability expoential , transparent knowledge flows and pursposeful multin win models for organsiationa and networks of organisations
and trilliondollaraduit that asks the firbidden question of which if teh 16 moist life croitoical global markets ins compounding sustainability - as the question has been forbidden by the media to date- prepare to assume that all global markets are compounding the end of human sustainable until they show you a map on tv and on the web whose links with futures people most need can be verified doewn to any level of contextual detaiul yuou choose to search
Main tools of sustainability
World Class Brands - Brand Chartering - invites everyine to join the survey who in te world would uniquely miss what if this oragsnaition did not exist? would you uniquely miss anything now that news of world has gone? or next question would you miss anything that invests in your children sustainability if news corp didnt exist?
Valuetrue.com takes what different productive and demanding voices believe they would most miss and demands that eladers shop how they govern the system to linkinin win-win-wins for all. (If they cant do that they devalouing what one side believes their reason for existence is. Ultimately that side will devalue you for such an abuse of trust)
Trillion Dolar Audit applies the unqiuely miss question to the overall responsibility of the global market forst and then looks at whether governments or other social institutions are there to chalenge players within the market ahead of ytime before they lose sustainability's way.
r 2) experienced many challenges first hand when professionals (accidentally or knowingly) got hired out to big brothers - the monopoly that society has licensed to them to rule no harm over
week 1 - what gandhi with einstein learnt about the destruction to his peoples being accidentally compounded by professions of the empire
week 2 - what gandhi meant by satyagraha or whole truth, what winston churchill meant by inconvenient truth, why orwell believed the big brother scenario was the greatest risk of the age when technology makes worldwide peoples more connected than separated
week 3 what keynes meant be economists being only capable of compounding 2 opposite outcomes -designing or destroying the future market purposes most wanted by 99% of people for their children
week 4 what The Economist meant by starting up Entrepreneurial Revolution dialogues -from 1976 - on reasons why new capitalism would be needed- specifically none of 20th C largest organisational typologies being capable of sustaining multi-win models that first net generation would need
case discussion : if boulding is correct in his formation of the basic molecule of economics as sceince being value exchanges of productive and demanding relationships, then from disaster analyses it is known that the tensions in such systems cause even a perfectly designed system to degenerate unless it is contextaully audited around its purpose so as to prevent conflicts from creeping in to the system either from changes in external environment or due to blocks to inflormation-action flows inside the organisation. MOst disater analyses are never publicly reported in ways that enumerates system degradation- however one audit of the last manned pspaeship NASA lost truly reported over 50 such instances of relationship degradation -no single one caused the loss, collectively they almost certainly did.
week 5 discussion of what is greatest risk (or probability of doing harm) that each different global profession is most at risk of compounding through 2010s; which professions have changed their main system rules (which they monopoloise over) in the last 3 decade changeover from being more locally separated to being more globally interconnected
week 6 which media are on the side of the people and the public service that communitoes need to be sustainable, and whoch media are on the side of big brothrers and global professions who prioritise extracting short-term profits as more important than doing no harm - discuu whether the human race can survive if economics of exterenalisation continues to co[pound riska at boundaries of a world whose only futures are increasingly borderless
a common theme to weeks 1 to 6 as well as those whose system maps rule the world emerges from this case:
introduction while some problems of transparent system design involve correct maths auditing- discuss the simple idea of whether big decision-makers would vary decisions if they know that goodwill is ultimately governed by value multiplication not value ad - case big 5 accountant andersen - in racing to control monopoly of metrics over the world's largest boardrooms, the big 5 accountants of the 1990s were led by Andersen, whose staff famously caleed themselves androids. Repetedly Androids beleived that the more hundreds of billions dolars they were valued by their biggest clients however much harm (make them worth nothing) they did to society , their future would grwo because billions plus zero = billions. They did not believe that goodwill is ultimately a multiplicative dynamic where billions*zero =0. While some thought thye punsihment of taking away the license to account was too harsh to andersen, the harm they propagated through such clients as Enron, worldcom .... many dotcoms was far more than the zeroisation of stockhodler funds. Matjemmatically goodwill is not being transparently regulated unless professions who do harm have their licence revoked by society. And proessions who do not know how to model goodwill's value multiplication have no longer any excuse to plead ignorance
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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
Map with Belt Road Imagineers :where do you want to partner in sustaining world
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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