ore community grounded in most cases. As research out of New Zealand over 30 years has shown the nature of student-teacher will increasingly be transformed from the examined to the innovatively curious www.thelearningweb.net
.Given banking's abject failure to increase the number of financial services jobs embedded in communities as the costs of traditional recording came down one hundred fold (reference page 3 of the last article published by The Economist's Unacknowledged GiantNorman Macrae), its vital we don't mess up open education by implying this will lead to less teaching jobs..
However we know from flow research that the people whose lives contribute most to the world - maximise the amount of time they spend at the experiential end of their most unique competence. While exceptional humans celebrate over 10% of lifetime in flow, most of under get under 1%. If the internet's open education age can't at least double that - we are seriously undervaluing human potential- perhaps unsustainably so.
This suggests that the way to celebrating a net generation valued by wholeplanet leadersthat is 10 times more productive and collaborative will be in most ways the opposite to ever more examinations from 11 years on.
How those up to 11 share acquisition of basic literacies in an open education age is a debate of its own- note however in addition to reading, writing and arithmetic there is now huge demand for financial literacy (100+ country primary curriculum began in an indian orphanage) , and self-confidence cross-cultural literacy (an ability which research shows is mainly determined before adolescence)Hidde's Blog: Milestone 100 countries passed: Aflatoun now in 101 ...
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which country is best at empowering up to half of teenagers with a blended apprenticeships instead of 100% theoretical schooling -a blended apprenticeship can mean getting on the job experience and then demanding schooling needed for the job - we know of south Africa as a world leader in this, where else
which current mooc hosts are using the opportunity to offer a million youth a course that has never been seen before- perhaps it crosses 2 disciplines; perhaps it sets out the big questions the subject want able to answer until massive collaboration networks because possible
where are teachers blending with real life work - eg why not teach a course with the aim of leaving per to peer youth teachers behind, thn go and extend your knowledge in a practical way before coming back to teach
which subjects (eg marketing, banking, education) have been taught from the view of what the top 1% of people with best jobs need to know but not from the viewpoint of the majority
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Given banking's abject failure to increase the number of financial services jobs embedded in communities as the costs of traditional recording came down one hundred fold, its vital we don't mess up open education by implying this will lead to less teaching jobs. For those who continuously innovate knowledge that is worth youth's time multiplying value in use their will be almost unlimited work. But there wont be jobs for those who expect captive audiences for a curriculum just because its been standard part of mindsets of the pre-collaboration age. And those adminstrators used to trapping students in debt -and building ivory towers with the proceeds - are not part of the future any nation or society can afford to countenance…
ved in 2 of conscious capitalism;s 4 overlapping foci:: purpose and mapping whether there are win-wins in stakeholder models. So one of the worst jobs I ever had was at what became PriceWaterHouse Coopers (big 5) London branch. Around 1989 i thought they were hiring me to help design/value the most purposeful organisations in a globalising world having just written a book on 10 years of researching with MIT database software what societies most wanted from different markets in 40 countries. Only to find that they wanted me to measure how much short-term owners extracted
2 After 9/11 i got so fed up with big corporation purposes that I started studying NGOs and found western versions didnt sustain greatest community solutions either. So my father sponsored a 2000 book club around Muhammad Yunus who I have now interviewed 20 times. My father spent his life at The Economist as their pro-youth economist and he and I wrote books on entrepreneurial revolution from the mid 1970s. Dad had been mentored by Keynes that if economists dont design pro-youth futures (by which I mean ones that advance the human lot out of every community) then no profession will. My maternal grandfather has a somewhat similar experience in spending 25 years concerned with Mahatma Gandhi- which started with imprisoning him as the UK's chief justice in Mumbai and ended by writing up the legalese for India's Independence. My family's interests mean I have meddled on the internet for a very long time now which probably explains why I have a lot of contacts but many passively so
3 Both my first joy of work in 1972- experiments with students on early digital networks at Leeds University which had national funds for such blue sky stuff, and my current best chance of changing the world for my 16 year old daughter (who was born in MD and reason why I am not a Scottish expatriate here) go back to every way the internet can be used in education. When obama says he's going to rank universities by value, the market researcher in me starts with how do students value universities? And are spaces like www.coursera.organd www.khanacademy.org changing such value judgments?. This may be one of the topics that King and I discuss tomorrow with Thurman Marshalls executive responsible for Youth Talent and entrepreneurship across HBU colleges.
I'd happily visit Takoma Park some time soon if any of my interests may connect with yours. I realise that King is connected with a lot of wonderful initiatives going in Takoma Park and beyond
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PS One specific university network I am associated with in the region aims to stage the most collaborative youth entrepreneur competition linking any universities in the tri-state era. This will be our second year of doing this. The host university UDC wants King to come and speak at an event to kick off the social business competition year, and to help ask how can students get involved with conscious capitalism- something my dad's foundation is happy to provide minor prize sponsorship for.…
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
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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
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i will be reframing my family's 70 years work on the economics of brand media https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xmqHu7GpLJ0FGiH8JNg3roEZI4BdONh...…
nt since the Olympics) David specifically asked to be introduced to you. He has been steering selection committees choice of locations of annual summit for over a decade and is especially concerned with youth relationships. So he'd like to exchange experiences of processes that connect youth impacts of summits as well s agenda of each Nobel peace laureate who sees youth networking as urgent
David got to hear of your summit as I needed to apologise for only staying at the 2013 Warsaw Nobel summit for a day so I could get back to your summit. As well as connecting East Europe youth actions with Atlanta in 2015, 2014's summit is out of Cape Town providing chance to twin African and Atlanta youth.
V.. (you mentioned you are from Atlanta) and it would be great to know of your foci at Civil Society and Foundations. N... you mentioned East Europe is a focus of your work. Such Atlanta-based families as the Turners and The Carters are fully committed to making Atlanta Yunus' favourite Youth Futures Capital and have linked in this year's celebrations of Martin Luther King and next years opening of the new human rights museum. Atlanta's public university system was the first to stage a Yunus Social Business
student entrepreneur competition involving teams from all public colleges in the state and invite experiences on how such summits can change statewide view of what youth can communally regenerate
As previously mentioned: Mohammad Bhuiyan, who first started connecting a hundred HBUs in entrepreneur competitions back in 2000, is responsible for ensuring summit serves Nobel Laureate and Youth needs and coordinates the Yunus Creative Lab 501 Foundation to connect this. Naila is now DC-based and was one of the first to help Yunus train village ladies in mobile connectivity, chaired one of your panels, is well connected with what progress the UN has recently made around open technology and youth as well as leading womens empowerment networks
I attach a version of Friday's program. Please say if it would be useful at any time to come over to The Bank some time to help give a first guided tour of the interests of those who are starting to converge youth around an event which may not be as big as the Olympics but has every chance of inviting youth to change the world far more than any Olympics can. I am trying to understand which Youth networks in DC next need to know how to join in. In spite of circulating 1000 Yunus books and 10000dvds since 2007, I havent yet found who in DC wants to connect all the different universities and youth-related networks in a massive open collaboration towards job creation and youth's most human goals for the millennium they are starting up. I do hope we can find a way to twin youth energies between DC and Atlanta and other pro=youth capitals.
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monica yunus opera singer and world leading model for stars to give back to peacekeeping youth in communities
erich scales conscious global brand leadership - both centred new york
Carrie Rich global good fund DC- invests in youth using carrie's curriculum paradigm of community healthcare; naila experience of grameen phone experiments from getgo; runs her own family's telecentre for women business; currently in maryland region hosting days when 2000 people can get free healthchecks informally linking in part of john hopkins extended network
Ron passionate about massive collaboration and how astronauts can inpire youth round this
Kathryn graduating in healthcare from alabama and student competition leader for haiti; zasheem with me in budapest to advance his groundbreaking ideas such as free nursing college and adam smith would value bangladesh at 42 more than any other 42 year old movement economists or anyone have got up to; taddy the orginal founder of free universities in every microentrepreneurial practice that youth can rebuild nations
Mostofa linking in dhaka's paradigms of lets use aid (or other finding) money both to do a milennium goal and embed action learning
Ingrid Jamii Bora Bank: The ABC's of Mortgage (and sam) capacity for micro-healthbuilding kenya- if I recall Ingrid's number 2 is wife of health minster of kenya
Okada-san searches who remains responsbile for japan having led the region in pro-youth economic models since 1962
Roger, Out of Oregon, one of Results and Rotary's senior medical experts for peace
Shafqat flat world catalyst linking bangaleshi tech wizards helping skoll's medical wizard larry brillliant build ilab in dhaka
Rodolfo links 2013 class of mit to crowdfunding porjects youth most want to linkin collaborative investment around the world ; tt 2013 class of harvard how online education is channging world especially in her tri-nation of interests vietnam, thailand, boston;ryan number 1 yunus student competition winner on raising youth funds repitching his idea in hong kong soon and then linking in with results annual conference dc; cherise north carolina's other most networked graduate of youth funding currently interning in kiva zip; mark bridge between north carolina judges of student competitions and youth entrepreneurs in egypt
ps ask if you want a copy of letter zasheem and I are drafting to paul farmer to continue last nights brainstorm on what significance of Mirebalais and Open Education Entrepreneurial Revolutioncan be
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unfortunately The Economist has become the latest web to abuse this rule- specifically with its extraordinary audio library hence the note below - while writing I should explain the emergence of a plan- this web is intended to be an Q&A space - please use it that way if you or your peers wish ; increasingly I am making the different design layout of www.erworld.tv more of a content space -ultimately the number 1 populated web for browsing how to empower youth to do good with economics as well as make 2010s their productive decade everywhere
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1 Capital : A place can only sustain growth if capital is structured so that family's saving's are invested in next generation's productivity out of that place - book london capital market; crisis anticipation The Economist 1972 -The Next 40 Years - "get this principle muddled with balance of payment pressures" and global financial system will collapse in 2010s2 Net Generation A - and post-industrial revolution can be worldwide youth's most productive, sustainable and purpose-heroic time only if multi-win models are designed to replace zero-sum models
2.1 Net Generation A1 - The post industrial revolution can celebrate abundancy economics replacing scarcity economics. This is because open knowledge multiplies value in use whereas things could only get consumed up
3 Net Generation B - a nation's credit ratings should not be tanked primarily on debt that elders have got into but how well that place is investing in millions times more collaboration technology than any previous generation had access to
4 Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) A - None of 20th C largest system typologies is capable of sustaining growth of the Net Generation. The quest for hybrid partnerships or new organisational typologies is the most exciting innovation challenge economics has ever faced -reference The Economist 25 Dec 1976
4 ER B Intrapreneurial Now - The majority of the world's economy is now and henceforth will be service economy. That is where people are value more than machines even though organisations cannot own people. Great service organsiations will end bossy top-down management. The main molecule of the service economy is the team franchise - often this is designed by a small team through many years practice before replication. Probably the majority of all new jobs will come from franchsie models that are replicated across communites so that most of the value of production stays in the community where the service is interacted
4 ER C Designing Net Generation Jobs 1984-2024 - we can map 3 billion jobs that will require transparent bottom up modeling and ending externalisation across boundaries. Expect a billion to connect to green energy, food, zeroising waste; 1 billion jobs to relate to children having a fair chance of a productive life in whichever global village they are born; a billion jobs being unimaginable until we understand digital's death of distance and
mobile app replicability anywhere anytime
5 21st C Nation Economics - Until we can celebrate living in a cross-cultural and borderless world, it is vital that the largest creditor nation of any decade is cheered on for leading the next great innovation that advances the worldwide human lot at the same time as its won peoples. Enough world citizen public media will be needed to celebrate the most heroic millennium goals. Youth(and those who educate or mentor youth) will be wise to choose their greatest heroines and heroes in line with designing this future.
6 Exponential Maths Keynes 1 - As economics increasingly rules the world of man-made systems, economists will either design or destroy the life-critical market purposes that most people need. The exponential impact metrics that economists have a do-no evil responsibility to map pose a critical valuation problem. By definition an exponential looks flat until it reaching a tipping point - which if downwards- is also close to irreversibility (or at very least far more costly to reconcile than if the conflicts in a system had not been alowed to spiral to that stage)
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Viscount Matt Ridley , long The Economist's Science editor, reminisces in 2010:on The Death of Optimism
When I joined the Economist in 1983, Norman Macrae was the deputy editor. He died last week at the age of 86. Soon after I joined the staff, a thing called a computer terminal appeared on my desk and my electric typewriter disappeared.
Mapping 3 billion new jobs- The book that launched the net generation
Around that time, Norman wrote a long article that became a book about the future. It was one of the strangest things I had ever read. Celebrating boundless optimism --
. This book explores the lovely future people could have if only all democrats made the right decisions.
Integrating a weird technological vision --
Eventually books, files, television programmes, computer information and telecommunications will merge. We'll have this portable object which is a television screen with first a typewriter, later a voice activator attached. Afterwards it will be minaturised so that your personal access instrument can be carried in your buttonhole, but there will be these cheap terminals around everywhere, more widely than telephones of 1984. ..
...The terminals will be used to access databases anywhere in the globe, and will become the brainworker's mobile place of work. Brainworkers, which will increasingly mean all workers, will be able to live in Tahiti if they want to and telecommute daily to the New York or Tokyo or Hamburgoffice through which they work. In the satellite age costs of transmission will not depend mainly on distance. And knowledge once digitalised can be replicated for use anywhere almost instantly.
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You need to look at converging 7 wonders of 10 times more economical, sustainable and heroic net generation every which way. For Norman's book looked at all of: Leveraging optimal worldwide timing for change - back in 1984 :peace, energy, web as smart education and then smart commercial media, then cross-cultural goals then redesign banking and aid and healthcare and womens empowerment an public services and professions Leveraging what is a regions greatest system conflict: bangladesh : top-down aid and need to empower maximum bottom up diversity and resilience ti disasters but potentially highly fertile small land plots Africa- need to end extraction by global corporations so find hi-trust leaders of industries africa can build iteslf west - rotten media, pr lobbies, over-historic laws, rotten metrics as far as exponetial investment and collaboration across sub-states goes japan and china- being celebrated by rest of world as creditor nations that need to lead worldwide youth's millennium goal investment and decisions Leveraging gamechangers in each global market sector to integrate most massive whole truth purpose - what 7 billion people most want purpose of that sector to safely compound. Spotting ahead of time gamechangers - some of which will be last call for reversibility Understanding how the greats -goodwill's most multiplying charectres - of history provided clues on cross-cultural and borderless convergence. A different role for the world service public media
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As Norman Macrae's 1984-2024 report outlines, this can be the key to all 7 purposeful sub-revolutions which need to be freed so that global village markets can joyfully co-create 3 billion jobs of the net generation
FREEDOM SEVENFOLD CONVERGENCE, LET IT BE
7 Free the curriculum of Education, and smarten up media and mediation-value how knowledge multiplies in use unlike things that get consumed up
6 Free Value Chains of Clean Energy, Food and Water to be accessible within body's reach of desire -particularly infants' bodies
5 Free girl power by valuing the 21st C village nurse as the most trusted information networkers as well as valued servant
4 Free cashless banking to be an order of magnitude more impactful in crediting parents communal and youth's productive lifetimes
3 Free currencies and public servants from speculators vices and history's zero-sum value chains
2 Try to cross-culturally free the union of peace and economics by supporting youth in celebrating the vim of bottom-up and borderless heroes- yes we can do that if you value the curriculum of www.singforhope.org started out of New York as an alternative to 9/11 endgames
1 Value Multiply Exchanges around Do No harm professionals who systemically do most to help open up maps of multi-win models by prioritising audits that stop externalisation of risks through boundaries- the most uneconomic ideology a borderless world or any species whose evolution nature values - could possibly be ruled by
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why mit would be norman macraes' and ER's fav spot to linkin 2013
some notes on what we love about visiting mit and student competitions are here: 1 other notes on a tour of mit norman macrae would love as you likely know mit includes berners lee and the web is for everyone media lab, which began with $100 laptop is for every chilld but which now also experiments with the mobile is for every child and poorest village to transform value chains start of massive online open curriculum most prolific student competition space on the planet world's number 1 job creating alumni network dubai's most exciting youth entrepreneur research hub - legatum ... rest of this section carries posts mainly sent to mit student networks especuially those due to linkin worldwide crowdfund searches of 2013 or student competition entries as student crowdfund team mentioned they may be including Myanmar in their search , I thought you might be interested in attached attendee list: usaid circulation on launch of educational programs to myanmarmy family's life histories connect with myanmar and bangladesh as dads first job as a teenager was navigating raf planes in the region in world war 2 but while I have spent a lot of last 5 years understanding who's who in bangladesh - have never been to myanmar- sir fazle abed who won the first wise oscars of education -and my dad's friends at Japan Embassy in Dhaka - may call for a one day brainstorm on how toMOOC everything to do with bottom-up investment and youth collaboration models in march as phase 1 of calling for microeducationsummit (technology, education and credit) to converge post 2105 millennium goals summiting
back on myanmar- usaid appeared to say that they will mainly support a hybrid model of 4 partners - university and corporation both usa and in myanmar -this would seem to make it difficult to crowdfund myanmar unless a university in usa sets up a friendly space so that project by project the other 3: us corporate myanmar corporate, myanmar uni can be searched
another slight frustration of mine is that in dc region I am linking together several people and embassies studying how to turn orphanages into regional job creating hubs- i would have thought that myanmar might want to join in studying that model but usaid-process is making that quite hard for an individual like me to issue invitation
naila chowdhury and shafqat ullah are 2 people who guide me through what open technology can do out of bangladesh
-naila currently lives in dc region after serving grameenphone and ceo yunus technology for a long time-she and I are judges at next week's 4 yunus statewide student entrepreneur compettiion in alabama which also aims to startup the yunus university of ending poverty
shafqat links bangladeshi wizard technologists and is talking with brilliant/skoll on how ILABS can be extended across region given start made in Cambodia
apologies if too many choices mapped above - trying editorially to get both yunus and abed family members to open up all their knowledge in moocs in under one quarter is likely to mean that young people need to choose where they want to linkin and massively collaborate
there are also some fascinating green energy collaborations being written up for moocworld- i recall that when melissa launched social valuation student networking across region 4 years ago, a nobel laureate from uni of maryland declared inteerest in reconciling a green marshall plan- maryland also has some brilliant chinese students concerned with bottom up green energy networking as I found out at a recent brookings meeting on subject; the sainsbury supermarket philanthropy are a family friend back in london- with prince charles they run microenergy awards at http://ashden.org which needs to be turned into a mooc in my opinion - journalisticly, not too hard for them to do as their family are also major shareholders in The Economist; also interesting is that one of the 2 retiring student ceos of mit100k is passionate about green while the other is being headhunted by samsung out of south korea' and the theme of the yunus prize at mit this year is education
-as geo-serendipity would have it the other norman macrae in my family tree started life as amissionary in korea
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1 westcoast-southamericas tedx :2nd fortnight of april 2015 before atlanta nov2015;
2 Knowing Bangladesh's giants of end poverty and
can DC help elearning's 5 billion channel partner world banks open learning campus;
3 Chiles proposition for roman catholic education social value- peace generates healthy economies; not vice versa
4 Branson jobs-led edu revolution imported to Jamaica from south africa;
5 Roby social value world and kim's latin american leaders at tedx and youth summit;
5a can china's open tech millennials be linkedin too?;
6 Partners in World Record Book of Job Creation
1 west-south tedx 2d fortnight april 2015 - anna lu in san diego and team san francisco next development meeting 11 november (with their new digital lending revolution www.puddle.com ) are pulling out all stops on this especially after hearing how world bank tedx was celebrated -- so anna's work is as it deep as it can locally get; provisionally those behind elearning xprize in los angeles will also join in -dream is west-south tedx leaders can negotiate fully with nobel peace laureate summit out of rome and atlanta (november 2015)
2 in Bangladesh its BRAC.tv Sir Fazle Abed not yunus that is 2010s millennials world benchmark for : cashless banking and building rural health systems, bottom-up crop science and open educational systems - at youth summit jim kim mentioned sir fazle abed in same breadth as paul farmer; knowledge flows of farmer and sir fazle abed are both supported by George Soros (eg this budapest event summer 2012 celebrating 20th year of open society networking with gorbachev, gorbachev's other main network be the nobel peace laureate summit- it was Soros who gave yunus funds to experiment with grameen phone in 1996 which is where naila became first female director ; sherry attended the fashion4development celebration of sir fazle at start of un week 2014- sir fazle wishes to share his life learning with youth anyway that open learning partnerships can; however its true his only networks in your region are out of haiti. I started informally leaking good news on learning to sir fazle in april 2012 when he and japan ambassador to dhaka were kind enough to host a remembrance dunner to my father's work on the net generation revolution. Dad was a Keynsian whose last days as a teenager were spent navigating raf planes over bangladesh in ww2 (ie the opportunity and threat of economist designing everyone futures is they mess everything up unless ending poverty through next generation is how they value ) . His last project aimed to get 2000 youth to understand bangladeshi revolution; his first asian reporting project at The Economist was consider Japan 1962, and then how Asian millennials would be the majority of net generation millennials. Last summers british consul summit in miami on education keynoted sir fazle abed; main content organiser for education in americas is in British Embassy in Mexico
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e2a1 www.yazmi.com 5 billion person elearning satellite (Ethiopian Diaspora) -luis gave you brochure last night
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e2a2 world bank open elearning campus- ie on demand coursera partners - social valuation= knowhow that can be viralised in any way by youth can create jobs with or unite to end poverty
3 educator bernardo javaquinto chile is trying to unite catholic universities in search of global social value business cases wherever these are opposite of MBA cases; his friends are urgently seeing if this culturally connects with what Pope was changes in terms of youth public service-
4 my mentor and educator taddy blecher out of s.africa started searching true E's missing jobs creating curricula in 1999; his partners include branson, mandela elders, google africa, maharishi (and gandhi-montessori schooling systems) - while branson operates a local branch out of Jamaica - one would need to converse directly with taddy to understand what Jamaica branch empowers- coding entrepreneurs definitely-- l
5 as i think you know better than me jim kim has made a point of promoting latin america experts at youth summits and tedx:
thus with you, roby of social valuation
in chairing start and end of youth summit on governance, mario from chile
in tedx leader of 300 macroeconomists marcel who also specialises in conditional cash transfers - you can see jim kim tedx transcript attached celebrates this
5a in world bank week of meetings, kim's contribution to china was voting for jack-ma vision of next changes to internet as integral to #2030now - big data mobilised for small livelihoods= mission of bangladeshi technologists partnered by Intel: case they have recently partnered with ifad and usaid to try to triple rice exports out of cambodia by small farmers in under 3 years; I think they may be looking for one lead flagship partnership project in each continent- eg stefanos could verify that as he's already starting africa's search; intel also sponsors external consultants in interesting countries- at last weeks meducation fair at usaid hq the intel booth was manned by a Chilean! I am not an expert in Craig Barrett's other billanthropy interests: I know he wants an ethical valuation curriculum; I have heard he may be big behind the scenes of amazonian rainforest research; I am an email friend of the past president of ecuador rosalia artega who is also interested in rainforest networks and connecting them with childrens education- before he became Brazil's President, Lula sponsored the leading bon aqua curriculum around the schools of the foz region of brazil-he also red-eyed between world social forums in porto alegre and world economic forums in davos
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6 As an informal partner in publishing the world record book of job creations - our framework journalises win-win viewpoints of 12 social movements including the AAA millennials (Americas-Asia; Africa). Historically I am extremely weak on searching Americas millennials -if you can tell us which best cases you'd be happy for us to promote up to 2018 that would be wonderful. Lord Sainsbury's daughter Sarah whom Sherry has met is the person in London's Saint James whom I most need to battle the shareholders - her current passion is green energy prize networks Ashden Awards, sustainable and renewable energy in the UK and developing world
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Sir KK's 25 years preparing for writing up legalese of India's Independence with Gandhi; Norman Macrae's Q3 and most of Q4 @ The Economist: Consider Japan from 1962; Consider Asian Pacific worldwide youth century and lead currency from 1975...Fast Forward to Consider redevelopment of Cox'a Bazaar , Royal Automobile Club, London Saint James 2008. and subsequent dialogues on celebrate Bangladesh at 40 as number 1 Youth Collaboration Lab for end poverty experiments; Glasgow-Bangaldeshi-www Youth Interdependence Declaration 4 July 2010 -race to atlanta as greatest twin capital of youth's millennium goals and job creation Nov 2015 -all of above need integrating into 9 minute khan-ac type training modules of The Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution , linkedin round The Economist since 1972 -how open education can make 21st Century's coming of age- youth's most productive and sustainable era
If banks in rich democracies had been truly competitive
institutions, at least one of them somewhere would have seized
the main opportunity created by the computer. This main
opportunity was to make all deposit-banking vastly cheaper than
ever before. By this cheapening it should make such banking
hugely more profitable. Then further competition would search
for the cheapest ways to guide all the world's saving into the
most profitable (or otherwise most desirable) forms of capital
investment, thus enriching all mankind.
Instead, during 2008 the total losses of banks in rich democracies
- in North America, West Europe and Japan - soared into trillions
of dollars. Fearful for their solvency, these banks virtually stopped
lending. The issuance of corporate bonds, commercial paper, and
many other financial products largely ceased. Hedge and
insurance firms also crashed. Mankind is thus threatened in the
2010s with its longest great depression since the hungry 1930s.
Why? The strange answer seems to be that other happy
consequences of modern technology promised to make this
cheapening even faster. Call centres in Bangalore vastly undercut
the middle class salaries of Midland bank clerk who until the
1950s expensively answered clients' questions in their branches
in the City of London. Cheap mobile phones kept village ladies in
once miserable Bangladesh as fully in touch with market prices as
is the chief research officer of the First National Bank of
Somewhere in California. His weekly salary is still 1000 times
greater than the previous annual earnings of that village lady. The
cost-effective way of running the old Midland or First National
then seemed to be to cut its total salary cost by something like
99%. This did not please Western welfare governments, or the
decent chief executives of the old Midland or First National bank.
Western welfare governments have long preferred to run their
banks in high cost cartels, and even invented reasons why this
seems to be moral. Their deposit-banks have usually kept in cash
only 10% of the total amount deposited with them. If 11% of
depositors suddenly feared that their banks might go bust, this
could accelerate a run that would send them bust indeed.
Governments therefore thought that depositors would be less
fearful if they were assured that the banks were officially and
tightly regulated. Actually, this mainly meant that the banks had
to hire ever more expensive lawyers so as to escape any crippling
consequences from this regulation. The attached quote shows
that Samuel Pepys understood this fact of life in his Diaries of July
I see it is impossible for the King to have things done so cheaply
as do other men
- Samuel Pepys on discovering an important commercial fact of
life in his Diary, 21 July, 1662
The decent bosses of the deposit banks felt that the best way of
avoiding sacking nine tenths of their staffs was by competing
with a very different sort of financing called merchant banking
whose earnings and bonuses were far more generous than those
given to their own staff. These merchant banks were of peculiarly
differing pedigree. In London, it was assumed that they could best
be run by families like Barings who had done the job for over 200
years. In the 1990s, Barings went totally bust because one of its
hired traders bet much of its money on a hunch that a bad
earthquake in Japan meant that the shares of Japanese banks and
insurance companies would become more profitable. In Zurich,
merchant banks felt it most moral to keep the accounts of their
depositors totally secret, especially if these accounts were being
used to defraud their own countries' tax authorities. In 2008 those
secretive banks were then defrauded. In Wall Street, Goldman
Sachs and Lehman Bros bid up their annual bonuses to millions of
dollars for each partner. In 2008 even Goldman Sachs made a loss
and Lehman Bros went bust.
A former chairman of the Federal Reserve argues that "fearful
investors clearly require a far larger capital cushion to lend
unsecured to any financial intermediary now". He therefore thinks
that taxpayers money should be ladled into them to make those
investors less fearful. This seems far more likely to make
depositors intermittently more terrified and cause any depression
into the 2010s to linger on and on.
One of the few big banks to make a profit in 2008 was the
Grameen Bank (which means Village Bank) in that once basketcase
country called Bangladesh. The sole staff in a branch serving
several villages was once a woman student. It is now more usually
someone who has learnt to use the computer in the right way.
The rest of this report will examine how this marvelously costcuttingoperation works.…
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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