t in businesses as the only proven model of innovating massive wealth - see John Mackey Future Capitalism Script - governments and charities may transfer how wealth is spent but only hi-trust businesses have ever created it.
How does this linkin to the last 40 years of The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution debate on will the collaboration networking of the post-indsutrail revolution be worldwide youth's most productive tome to live?
:.related reference: Choice of 2 worst ways to be led- can we help youth end this 20th c disease
To gain a deep understanding : we need to look at a bit of history of how networking technology became the biggest changes to societies everywhere in the last 40 years
THE MOST CONNECTED OF 20 Anti-Youth Monopolies
Anti-youth media monopolies block any other productive freedoms the net generation could be enjoying - if you accept The Economist's 1972 definition of the coming of the first net generation as that impacted by the greatest communications revolution ever. This was the definition that launched the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution and made the purpose of entrepreneurs the most socially urgent debate among responsible leadership networks such as those we track at www.wholeplanet.tv ,,
From 1972, The Economist's genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution raised debates on the coming of computerised telecommunications networks being the greatest communications revolution of all time- it would compound greatest risks and opportunities than even the birth of the printing press or the steam engine who transportation freedoms (starting with the railways) begot the industrial revolution
THE FORBIDDEN QUESTION Lifetimes of research of media, identify a beguilingly simple criterion - your place is free of anti-youth media monopolies if all peoples are safe and free to animate questions and answers of trillion Dollar Auditing.
DO YOUR PEOPLES ENJOY FREEDOM TO TRILLION DOLLAR AUDIT? LET ALONE SPEECH!
For each of the largest trillion dollar productivity exchanges in the world (also known as markets) , are your people free to debate what is the purpose of that market which will sustain futures youth (ie the next generation) most need everywhere. Note : the world's largest markets tend to involve the most life critical services and knowledge flows, but yes do include other markets you find to be life critical even are not globally as big as representing trillion dollars of people's working lifetimes.
You can help us explore trillion dollar market purposes at http://charter.ning.com Oftentimes a debate on market purpose needs to recurse through deeper and deeper levels. A bit like how a proper educational curriculum advances through the grades from a primary starting point to integrate more and more detailed action challenges as real life situations bump into ideal theory - eg when is it polite to tell a white lie even though we ask children to begin with the rule of "don't lie". Nonetheless try out a conversation on the purpose of local banking. If a community is to be sustainable what should a bank not be about : trapping more and more people in debt.
Global Banks with Values? 1
So what should purpose of community banking be about- helping invest family savings from one generation to the next in people especially youth at the time they are most able to do something that is productively needed with a loan. This most basicpurpose of banking - and entrepreneurial economics (a place cant grow unless capital structures families savings to invest in next generation;s productivity out of that place - was forgotten by big organsiations through the 1980s- the decade when networking technology started to make managers believe they had the information to centralize global decisions. Back in 1980 the fastest way a multinational corporation could transmit numbers was on a telex or a fax, by 1990 online networking of data put such corporations at risk of believing they could direct globally. Thus the world's biggest banks lost touch with the most vital communal purpose of savings and local job creation. Here is Norman Macrae's 1972 plea that ro-youth media prevent this risk and here is his last article in 2008 explaining why the world was on the verge of making the 2010s the greatest unnecessary depression, All because banking professionals the world over greedily rush to a globalisation that forgot the most basic communal purpose of banking. All because there wasn't enough pro-youth mass media anywhere to animate trillion dollar auditing so that people's life work could be entrepreneurially happy and free.
1972-2012's number 1 innovation question needed to be : Will the internet be the smartest most openly collaborative media and most deeply diverse mediator humanity's have ever designed or will it be amalgamated into tv advertising as the dumbest? Where can you find checklists of what dumbing down means - eg Rheingold- Net Smart's list of media-triggered distraction:
Unproductive for the goal-oriented
Unhealthy for everybody
Fatal for a growing number
Addictive for some
An invitation to bad parenting
A cause or a dangerous loss of solitude
While we welcome you posting such hindsight lists, journalists for humanity can provide whistleblowers lists of how ad practitioners actually celebrated their craft's pursuit of distraction, conflict and fear, self-gratification, short-termism - see such 1960s classics as the hidden persuaders or prior to that how the most expensive psychologists hired themselves out - Dichter's book "The Strategy of Desire"
..It is not surprising that the tv ad led media monopoly (most extreme in USA where over 25% of all mass media is advertising and where the supreme court has ruled that even the nightly news' pursuit of entertainment does not require truth to be the primary editorial lens) should become an ever more vicious anti-youth monopoly - looked at from my innocent youthful eyes of 1972 but not now its terrifying that the British/European model of public non-commercial tv having a large share of voice has failed to be of any help in helping peoples design youth's most productive time
Some Exercises to Free Yourself from blindly trusting media:
1 Search through history- where did a media innovation's first use spun evil impacts. Can you find a scarier case than Hitler- his propaganda advantage in the 1930s was audio tape machine in conjunction with radio. His speeches could be infinitely replayed ; opponents had to make one-off live speeches
2 Find a case where peoples only enjoyed massive innovation after massive conflict resolution. History at lest in England where I grew up is mainly edited by the day's most powerful people. For example, luddite movements opposing machines of the industrial revolution were presented as the enemy. Interestingly one of the greatest 20th c system transformation heroes mahatma Gandhi made hand-power weaving his signature hobby as part of his celebration of a free India being one where technology should not be communally rushed into wherever it unnecessarily replaced peoples jobs. In the 2010s many nations are falling apart because they have not invested in empowering youth to co-create local new jobs in spite of the net generation's potential liberation of a millions times ore collaborative technology than when man raced to the moon
Unlike previous revolutions, impacts of worldwide connectivity would be sudden - what happened to the first net generation would probably irreversibly impact future generations at every locality of our planet. For peoples to be in control of what future possibilities spun, a curriculum of understanding media (including all its sublimina and subconscious processes) needed to be joyfully futurised at every grade. For example : 10 times greatest youth prouctivity acan be sustained by the first net generation www.wholeplanet.tv - and map back future leadership investment purposes towards that end
In 2012 advanced nations now spend more time and money on communications than any other activity. If you reread Aldous Huxley (the risk of communications being spent on entertaining ourselves to death) or Orwell's Big Brother, you see 2 scenarios that every parent chould be protectibg their children from being the net impact of cmmunications. Without a whole truth curriculum of communications neither parents nor teachers stand much chance of getting back to true entrepreneurial meaning of happiness and freedom declared in 1776
What human and sustainability qualities have anti-youth media monopolies harmed
loss of quality/responsible purpose - biggest is now often least trustworthy -this is disastrous if historically hi-trust corporations were the only inter-generational wealth builders
Loss of public service and community integrity
loss of youth heroes worth valuing
loss of curiosity and cross-cultural self-confidence just when change of million times more collaboration needed this most
short-termism which is greatest anti-youth force when it degrades safety of systems or blinds iour species from humanity's most social goals (previously the ones that have sustained our evolution withy nature)
vicious interactions with other top 20 anti-youth monopolies
-references to work edited by chris macrae - journal of marketing management special triple issue 1-3 99; world class brands book written in 1989 on mass media at globalization cossroads - for better or for worse?
issing curriculum in 21st C Schools
Quite simply economists more than any other profession or practice design or destroy the future youth need most. Worse economists as planners of man made systems impact the futures at exponential rates of progression- such trajectories means that if you can see your community's future is losing sustainability, it may already be passing through a tipping point ie too late to anything much about it short of total (and costly) revolution
We don't know all the reasons why economics got left out of education. Some are:
Its multipractice not fitting the specialisation mode that old authorities like to examine
Its as much about questioning change as knowing a precise answer
Most systems (where their valuation have any link to nature) need to be mapped bottom-up and openly. This means that diversely different answers by locality rather than one globally correct answer need to be integrated into any valid training of pro-youth economists
What are the 7 Collaboration wonders?
good opportunity wonders 1 and 2 open education and bottom up ngo
threatening wonders as at 2013: 3 mass media (pro-youth) and professions (pro-youth, bottom-up and open win-win system metrics and minimum laws in nations with a sustainable future)
questionable wonders - 3 other most urgent market transformations to free early 21st C youth to make the most of a borderless world are
5 from carbon-based energy and agriculture to green/clean and locally abundant
6 from expensive health services to mobilizing and (girl empowering) nurses and nutrionalists as villagers most trusted information and service networkers
7 change to financial services that help families investing next generation out of every community and reformation of sustainable currencies through cashless banking…
her quarter of a century's exponential impact by which time we will know whether 7 billion human beings can live sustainable livelihoods. Italics means it would be wise to assume that a person has less than a decade of active impact and it is therefore most urgent to develop their life's open education curriculum now. Normal font means in between.
ER curriculum major open education deadline in 2018 - 175th year that The Economist was founded by our Scottish Diaspora leaders to mediate end of hunger and end of capital abuse of youth
.Our foundation for the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution is mainly comprised of journalists, educators, mathematicians and economists. We are old school in that we value the responsibility of economics as designing systems that end poverty and maximise peoples working livelihoods with particular concern for the interaction of the 3 most vulnerable populace: youth, women and poorest. We are new school in that we started ER's open curriculum search in 1972 after observing students test early digital networks. For over 40 years now we have tested leaders and transparency networkers on their belief that the coming net generation is challenged by both the opportunity and risk of the greatest wholeplanet change one generation has ever faced.
In terms of past tranparent leaders our 3 greatest jobs sustainers to learn from are John Von Neumann, and Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi whose life changing moments started up out of South Africa. We welcome correspondence -if we do not feature some you value as a greatest livelihood connector (very likely as English is our only mother tongue)- email@example.com - or if you know of a linked resource we haven't yet programmed into a leader's curriculum
Mrs Begum. Naila Chowdhury, Monica Yunus, Tamara Abed, Sunita Gandhi, Sarah Butler-Sloss (Ne Sainsbury), ...Queen Elizabeth of UK, Queen Sofia of Spain, Vivian Westwood, Ingrid Munro, Laura Turner Seydel
.Soros, Sir Fazle Abed, Muhammad Yunus, Taddy Blecher., Jack Ma, Tim Berners Lee, Jagdish Gandhi, Manmohan Singh,, Gordon Dryden, Sal Khan, JIM KIM, Paul Farmer, Mo Ibrahim, Bula, Jeff Skoll, Larry Brilliant. Mikail Gorbachev, Pope Francis, Lech Walesa, Harrison Owen, Ralph Nader, J Gifford Pinchot,
ld at doing and love to share, and how they do it - would he consider letting brac university be the first educational institute in the world that encourages students to khan the knowhow they most like to peer to peer?
back in 1972 letting students use online to tutor each other was one of the most obvious economies of everything that entrepreneurial revolution in The Economist assumed any pro-youth entrepreneur would value (so should be easy to explain to sarah at chairlady of pearson if sir fazle gets it)
announcing something like the above at wise would get us back on timeline of Bangladesh being epicenter of collaboration job creating education which is want mgoal summits always ought to have been designed around imo
if you think yunus might want to hear of this - eg its something he could start demanding at sb competitions he hosts, please take him up on his offer at the weekend that he's always contactable and pass the message on? ditto japan ambassador or anyone including quadir 1 or 2 who might want to free bangladesh's role in this most valuable use of the internet
if idea isn't clear chat with me
chris macrae entrepreneurial revolution hotline Washington dc 1 301 881 1655 Norman Macrae Foundation for Pro-Youth Economics & Education
hnology. The need to design internet as smartest open education media in contrast with tv (whose advertising spots) spun out as the dumbest and most bossy and least locally sustainable force.
Scripts for Series of 10 Minute Training Videos of MoocYunus and Youth Free University
Series 0 About ER
0.0 Future History Maps of Economics and Entrepreneurial Revolutiuon
Keynes (1930s) concluded economics can best be defined as the way that man invests in systems that compound one of 2 opposite direction - designing or destroying the futures youth (next generation) most need to improve the human lot worldwide
Revolution dialogues have been hottest through modern history at times of crisis (both threat and opportunity. These include:
1930s Keynes and Einstein - as race to be the most extractive industrial power spun world war 2
1840s As those privy to knowledge or machines of UK Industrial Revolution was the biggest change man had yet been able to imagine
1700s One of first times that maritime investments in foreign places could sink smaller nations if wrong or corrupt decisions were made
When editors at The Economist forst saw youth massively experimenting with early digital networks in 1972, it was anticipated that the net generation would involved the greatest and worldwide most connected revolution of all - one that pro-youth economic maps would be needed if sustainability was to be the intergenerational outcome
Some highlights of debates over next 12 years which also took The Economist into being the only global viewspaper of its kind
1972 the next 40 years - total system transformation needed to how economics rules decisions - from short-term fixes of the distance-separated and nationally bordered age. Timeline 2010s if not t be decade of serial slump and ultimate collapse of financial system
1975 reasons why Asia Pacific region will be integral to first century of evolution of net generations
1976 Clarification of why none of 20th century organsaitional typologies- and hence non profession specializing in their separation - can sustain net generatipn's 21st century, Checlist of changes Entreprebeuriak Revolution would need to empower
1980 clarification of how service economy is different from thing economy ; 1984 clarification of how knowledge and digitally networked economy is different again- discussion of new constructs requitred if net generation's 3 billion new jobs are to be celebrated. The 7 greatest (freed market) deadlines between 1984-2024
Pro-youth economist as opposite to profession horde by the biggest or least intergenerationally sustainable
Global village economics as opposite to national bodered economics
Goodwill (win-win-win models), transparent maps,valueing exponentially sustainable impacts as opposite to zero-sum (and multi-lose mdoels such as externalsiation) , non-transparent designs where profits are meade from trapping others in conflicts not of their own making, short-term extraction
Markets are only free when they serve the future purposes next generations most need to be exponentially invested in…
y a DC chapter of Conscious Capitalism may be timely
His own specialities include benefit corps , diaspora models , crowdfunding, and black youth entrepreneur training media and community regeneration projects
One of the timely multipliers is that this will be the second year of the university of district of columbia inviting pitches from students in 20 universities and 5 neighbouring states. I helped them get Muhammad Yunus us to start this process off last year. This year they are having several guest evenings at the University of District of Columbus campus and King is hosting the first of these on 30 January
King has spent a lot of the last 6 months: searching conscious capitalism chapters' core interests, applying for a chapter licence and connecting a core group of prospective chapter co-founders- so that's why sharing views of se-alliance and CC formation could be timely
As I indicated there are about 10 other emerging networks that I help linkin given that Atlanta wants to be the favorite social capital of yunus and youth with opinion leaders like ted turner family, luther king family, carter family and 12 nobel laureates youth networks, and 100 historically black university college entrepreneur competition being the reason for starting this convergence
It happens that the main regional host of youth summits lives just outside of baltimore- she worked with yunus on mobile tech (grameenphone) in the villages for 14 years and is now a leading connector of womens empowerment and first ladies responsibility networks - naila chowdhury www.women4empowerment.org
I keep an informal blog at http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com but there will be major updates when I get a briefing from leaders first quarter of this process which my fathers foundation co-sponsored a first meeting of in November. Dad was the pro-youth economist at The Economist for the first 40 years and our 1984 book previewed everything that could go socially right or wrong with the entrepreneurial revolution and open education of the first net generation, Dad was mentored on economics by Keynes which means that he saw the first duty of all economists as designing systems to end poverty. I spend a lot of my time searching out which segment of economists can be trusted to that system goal - especially as 2018 will be the 175th anniversary of The Economist being founded to mediate that reasoning
chris macrae Norman Macrae Foundation Bethesda 301 881 1655
Net Generation system maps 1984-2024
Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution started 1972…
oductivity free from such old peoples [power games as choosing for 5 years between one-dimension polarized parties? As you reflect on this question, note that the curriculum the world needs to free are known by a 74 and a 78 year old man- who are quite exhausted by guarding the world's number 1 entrepreneurial revolution curricula as well as keeping their nations safest banks in trust for pro-youth mothers) out of the firing line. Can we help these 2 men and the 18 million village women their grassroots networks with on the ground peacebuilding which is exactly the opposite process from the global news headlines rhetoric the world's biggest top-down systems big brother over all of us. Can we at the very least start moocing this knowhow for millions of youth to viralise?
the pro-youth entrepreneurial revolution curriculum is as fundamental to spending peoples worlking lives on progressing humanity's most valuable futures out of any nation
as ending the opposing system spin -that of anti-youth systems (such as sub-prime banking and pretty well everything mastered or regulated out of Washington dc during 2000s)
question 1 why do we only have 2 months left to bend the curve of yes peoples can all unite round celebrating net generation as most productive tome to be alive
and sub question why Washington dc is the capital at most risk possible of never feeing this curriculum?
our research movements on the ground include consciouscapitalism dc and student entrepreneurship prize networks are now in place year round - every university year
subquestion - do you belong to a citizen movement that wants to explore more about these concerns?
in the 40 years that banaglesh has been inviting entrepreneurs to come and benchamr its innocations, have any taken the knowhow back to their country or local region and demonstrated its pro=youth comound impacts
-examples china's creditease
Kenya's African silicon valley…
l revolution which my dad started in The Economist in 1972 after seeing student experiments with early digital networks was predicated on designing the internet to be the smartest open knowledge multiplying medium not an appendage to tv advertising- so the goals of open education formats and those inspired by the genere of entrepreneurial revolution ( social entrpreneurs fron 1978, intrapreneurs from 1980 ) and so on - all converge around microeducation
One of my lifelong fascinations is whether service franchises can be summarised in under 10 minutes in terms of the key system design rules:
never to break
always to permit local adaption to if it energises joy of bothy the service etam and the customer
in between, log up as an idea for change but ensure massive devrief across parallel service etams before implementing
This service franchise challenges applies particulary to the 30000 microfranchsiese (open sourced across communities) that my fathers 1984 book forecast would help co-create most of the next 3 billion jobs as the internet's million times more collaboration technology empowered the net generation
One of my dad's editorial rules - see transcript of oxford uniin debate at http://oxbridge.tv - society is always the greatest investor but never let government mange more than 25% of people's lifetime
All pro-youth economists needed testing on that rule so that we can invest in youth mapping back the greatest collaboration goal the net generaion could collaborate around published in 1984 as a book valuing microentrepreneurial jobs that mainly need to serve global village sustainability crises
the microentrepreneur needs to be a very hard worker and passionate but does not need to take the risk of marketing or training costs if bottom up value chains of market and open education are abunadantly mobilised…
yed to have a trip to tokyo in a month to search for that country's current job creators with worldwide youth
international conference, 'Beyond Capitalism' to be held at the University of Tokyo on 28 May. http://www.leadership.m.u-tokyo.ac.jp/event/up-coming/social-innova...
guest speakers include Tri Mumpuni, Ashoka Fellow and CEO of IBEKA who was introduced to President Obama at the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship in Washington, saluting her in Obama's speech.
Regarding Japan & MIT, Jo Ito and I can introduce someone who had worked for the MIT-Arab Business Plan Competition (please see: http://www.mitarabcompetition.com). This event has been held by MIT and Abdul Latif Jameel Foundation and support a wide range of start-up social enterprises across MENA regions and beyond. They are also closed to the Poverty Action Labs, established at many of internationally renowned universities. So, hopefully, this would be helpful for your side; otherwise, we have several connectors in here to bridge between Jo Ito and us.
.1962 Consider Japan:
1967 Japan Rising part 2.1
his greatest debates on youth futures start in 1972 when he saw students experimenting with digital networks:
1972's Next 40 Years ;
1976's Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution; 12 week leaders debate
1982's We're All Intrapreneurial Now
What will human race produce in 20th C Q4? - Jan 1975
(1984 book on net generation 3 billion job creation) ...
1991 Survey looking forward to The End of Politicians
1975 Asian Pacific Century 1975-2075
1977 survey China
interacting something other than commercial tv's trivia is a change-world dynamic that entrepreneurial revolution alumni of The Economist have been looking forward for 40 years. We invite anyone to linkin who believes (see examples www.wholeplanet.tv) that the net generation's million times more collaborationtechnology can be the most productive time to be alive for every human being especially worldwide youth
The main ways educators can help now are:
1 offering a million person mooc round job-creating content that has never been shared with youth before -such as that empowering knowhow round one of the 30000 microfranchises that The Economist mapped in 1984 as being need to co-create the next 3 billion service and knowledge networking jobs -especially out of any community that doesn't yet have the knowhow to sustain its peoples future growth.
?First million mooc youth.. money curriculum 1 sept 2013. srats series of courses lnked to George Soros' mission to rethink economics from ground-up until it is job creating and sustains abundant win-win models instead of big power's extraction models that compound risk innocent societies
2 offering a vocation a nearly free course - such as that which could generate 100 million nurses, and bring an end to a nurseless village world
3 another way is to offer a course as a benchmark for being the world's best way of learning with it? please note in an open source and open society world, the development of world's best is a collaboration responsibility of all of us especially parents concerned with whether are children's time is being spent in ways that optimize their happiness and freedom in the way that Declaration of Independence originally intended to be every human being's God-given right (When Turing proved that human beings will always have a productive brilliance greater than computers he did make the assumption that we would never give up round collaborating in improving any curriculum)
controversially (thank goodness a Harvard professor is turning this into a crusad) educators can also change the world with something as micro as on 9-minute OLA (Open Learning Activity) - while coursera doesn't yet value that goal - there are 2 ways to deliver it: either professors should partner in linking together an interdisciplinary course of many OLAs -or a professor should be open about the best modules in a curriculum making sure there is a way to tour through them even where a student's diary doesn't give her or him the time for the whole cousre…
Dad (Norman Macrae) created the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution to debate how to make the net generation the most productive and collaborative . We had first participated in computer assisted learning experiments in 1972. Welcome to more than 40 years of linking pro-youth economics networks- debating can the internet be the smartest media our species has ever collaborated around?
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2013 = 170th Year of The Economist being Founded to End Hunger
2010s = Worldwide Youth's most productive and collaborative decade
1972: Norman Macrae starts up Entrepreneurial Revolution debates in The Economist. Will we the peoples be in time to change 20th C largest system designs and make 2010s worldwide youth's most productive time? or will we go global in a way that ends sustainability of ever more villages/communities? Drayton was inspired by this genre to coin social entrepreneur in 1978 ,,continue the futures debate here
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