another reason for wanting to help youth celebrate value of million tiems more collaboration tech than ever before
reviews the why's and how's of The Economist's optimism 1972-1982 that net generation would be youth's most entrepreneurial revolution time - productively, sustainably and heroically -- and where the massive open opportunities of pro-youth economics are to linkin today and thru 2013
1 what we knew in 1972 -1982 about changing errors in 20th c economics before connecting global village world of 21st C (1972 being the date that pro-youth economists started testing youth collaboratiuons around digital networks)
2 how the most open entrepereneurial prizes can free collaboration entrepreneur
3 how moocs can free collaboration entrepreneur
4 why 1984 report recommended education needed to be the most pivotal of the 7 global markets freeing net generation to unite world around millennium goals
5 which economists from 1758 on truly supported youth economics, and which economists were hire by big brothers to destroy yputh's fuures the way keynes (general theory) begged the profession not to alow
6 summary of next actions and invitation to map next moocs to swarm to for happy 2013
net generation as most collaborative and productive time.
The winner of The Economist's 1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution challenge of the greatest change to 20th c organisational typology is bottom-up NGO. Those who partner such hi-trust grassroots networks can transform to the leading the most valuable pro-youth purpose of their sector. As per ER's 1972 scenario of the value of the internet, the most pivotal sector to celebrate youth freeing is open education -its purpose needs to map job creation out of every community. Open educators need all the advice they can get from bottom-up NGOS - post 2015 summits of the millenniums sustainability goals need to revolve round www.microeducationsummit.com
3 greatest apps of bottom up ngos and education need to concern total transformation from
dirty energy and lack of locally abundant clean food and water to clean energy for machines and abundantly local fuel for humans
from expensive health services to mobilizing apps that make nurses and nutritionalists the most trusted grassroots information networkers as well as heroic service providers
from financial services designed to trap peoples in debt to capital structured to invets in next generation's jobs out of every community
public mass media needs to be taken back from politicians and image-makers so youth can celebrate hi-trist leaders who help free each sector's most sustainable purpose
all profesisonals that fail to model hi-trust, zero tolerance of externalization of risk and conflict, the future's exponential sustainability as more valuable than short-term transaction need their public licences to rule over people to be withdrawn
uth to help change the curriculum and Type 2 capitalisms that claim to represent people's desire to change the world round socially sustainable goals. Help us search out who is governing these models
Type 2.1 The Yunus-Mackey Branch (takes over from social capital chapters 2.5 with conscious capitalism and more explicit desire to see the model )
Type 2.2 The Yunus-Turner-Nobel laureate branch linking capital cities committing to co-create million youth jobs and help youth edit and action millenniums greatest collaboration goals ( replaces microcreditsummit as number 1 millennium goal summit between 1997-2012)
Type 2.3 The Youth Summit Branches inspired by bottom-up investment practice leaders and specifically identifies funds and decision-making led by youth
Type 2.4 The Yunus-Skoll-Drayton Branch (tries to reform the muddles that social entrepreneurs without sustainable/scaleable models got into). This muddle was first exposed around 2003 by 16 dvd set that skoll sponsored and Drayton distributed. Skoll has since gone on to host 10 world championships out of Oxford 2004-2013
Type 2.5 The Yunus-Weber (Fast Company) Branch (from 1999 social capital, cluetrain meets intercity debating chapters). This branch also rode the fence between what Drucker meant by knowledge-coworkers and the false models of knowledge management that spread like topsy as built to flip models of the dotcom age misvalued techology over human community
Type 2.6 Chinese Open Tech Branches
Type 2.7 African ILAB and Free University branches
Type 2.8 Berners Lee Open Tech branches and MIT Open Education branches that have now twinned with San Francisco MOOC and Khan-AC models
Type 1.1 The Soros Open Society and INET branch
rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org if you have another branch for us to linkin to
Did your school help you with your lifetime's most valuable question? (jump to how the most creative youth entrepreneur values it)
We define capitalism as transparent mapping systems designs compounding the future of next generation's lifetimes out of places around our planet.
We define phony capitalism as system that make opportunities to lead productive lives worse for a place's next generation.
TOP 12 TO SAVE WORLD FROM The Economist's 42 YEAR ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION SEARCH
So how do people free themselves to connect future capitalism that values the successful parental trait of our species of wanting to see progress so that lour children have more opportunities than our generation. And with such extraordinary technology we have today, what sorts of capitalism can make the first net generations the most productive and sustainable time for youth all over the planet http://www.wholeplanet.tv
OPENLY VALUING THE FUTURE"S HISTORY
If you turn the clock back to the late 1700s , 99% of people barely eeked out a living while 1% (kings, priests, their armies and administrators) capitalised on everyone else. Moreover unless you lived near a water transport system , life for most people was very local (typical humans moved less than 20 miles form where they were born). This put a handful of local rulers in power over everyone else.
Then some places grew a lot richer while others didnt. The industrial revolution provided engines that could do thousand times more work than man and horsepower. But this depended on at least two things - designing infrastructures (city and transport revolution) and extracting carbon and other resources. Industrial revolution capitalism's problem was that it tended to be a zero-sum game one places' people only gained from extracting from other place's .
World Wars started. Governments started spending 20% of their people's lifetimes (through taxes on arms). Before these world wars -most economists seem to have been aluni of Adam Smith's purpose which was to debate true capitalism's challenge of how do we improve a next generation's lot out of each place. After these world wars -and as television advertising became the most top-down medium man had ever designed - more and more economists seem to have hire their modelling out to 1% of speculators and others whose short-term measures of success specifically excluded sustaining the next generation. Economics started to become phony -a trap that the concluding chapters of both Keynes General Theory and Essays in Persuasion provide full and clear warning of democracies needing to preven
Then computing networks came along -could the post-industrial revolution save the day as the capability to interconnect started to double as fast as moore's law's progress of the capacity of the silicon chip. The first amazing consequence was the science fiction of the space race. But how about improving sustainabilities of communities all over the planet. Knowhow multiplies value in use unlike the industrial age consuming up of things. A borderless age where communications cost is not primarily a function of distance makes the siloised idea of separated nations ever more risky. And apps once programmed can digitally replicate in borderless fashion. This ought to make peoples want to map man-made systems in line with nature's systems which are also primarily bottom-up and open
This is the 42nd year that who read Entrepreneurial Revolution genre in The Economist have debated such future models. For example the whole movement of social entrepreneurship coined in 1978 was stimulated by The Economist's debates. So our service models of intrapreneurship. So are net generation models of value exchange mapping
What we havent got is coherent curriculum of these pro-youth futures of capitalism. This is partly because we have as yet failed to transform education models to a post-industrial age. A discussion of the 20 Freedoms will show other conflict barriers which top-down rulership and silosation has so far put in the way of valuing bottom-up and open multi-win models of valuing society and business.
There are now at lest 20 variants of capitalism being debated. But we suggest that 1) true capitalism models should be converged wherever possible; their goals should take transparent account of the transformation context the first net generations need to wholly value if our human race is to sustain 7 billion people; that if a model cannot show how it impacts every market sector to search out the most fit purpose for next generations out of every community then it has no way of proving that it wont end up drifting into phony capitalism
rial revolution and 3 billion jobs
ER1 what sort of organizational systems )multi-win business models) can sustain 21st c net generation given 20th c largest systems (gov corporate ngo) are all unsustainable (built around extracting and peculating over scarcity not celebrating abundancy of how knowledge multiplies value in use and when truly networked) -what if the us (while it was still richest nation) had sponsored even one open education network since 1984 with as much gisto as it sponsored racing to moon in 1960s?
Best real spaces for citizens to discuss this vary by city - eg the disastrous capital washingtin dc is trying to linkin round conscuus capitalism; European movemnets include club of city models - eg Paris -rsvp email@example.com if your city has a best of kind citizen network
--we are trying to accelerate missing curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution for massive open collaboration
-metanetworks of microfranchises remain badly misundersttod- millennium goal summits like microcreditsummit has ruined what could have been 13 years of understanding how the world's deepest microcredits attracted 100+ microfrancisies each; hub incubator models remain depressing personal networks
With the first Soros alumn MOOC on missing pro-youth economics starting 1 sept 2013 - and the brilliant progress of khanacademy on maths and sharing community healthcare knowhow, the next few quarters may be make or break in terms of whether next decade can be most productive and collaborative for youth - help need to linkin top 100 leaders of youths most productive decade with open education content editors; lets keep forward momentum going by callin g for all post 2015 millenniu gopal meets to converge around microeducationsummit
ER3 Pro-youth economics and professions and public servants
ER4 Smarter mass media and mediation :Hot trillion dollar sector mediation - can fashion -garment sector do better? -with death of David Frost one of the last citizens journalists is gone leaving BBC's lack of world service purpose worse than ever. Will Brazilian people keep up their protest of being promotional stage for sportstars still separate from real heroes of youth futures
ER5 ENERGY: Rotten government by vested interest politicians: continues to miss every opportunity to unite the world around clean energy collaboration. Even after Japans nuclear meltdown, not many governments have owned up to how all nuclear power is a way of passing on risk to next generation
favorite clicks: photosynthesis by norman macrae, khanacademy, and why not you http://ashden.org number 1 in microenergy prizes; http://gshakti.org - grameen's energy microfranchise is on a moores law - one million solar units installed- doubling every 3 years
ER6 Health: designing affordable healthcare and nutrition is left to open education channels with mass media still destroying real freedom of speech on these innovation
ER7 Bank: with a few exceptions, western banking remains a totally bereft of pro-youth purpose - having abandoned the community sustaining models that 99% of citizens need most and whose cost of transactional operation could by now be 99% less thanks to technology
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It will soon be 15 years since I guest edited the journal of marketing management triple special issue jan to april 199
olution in 1972. To study why none of the 3 biggest types of 20th century organisational system - gov, com, charity - could exponentially sustain jobs of the net generation, nor any of humanity's most social purposes!
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Questions we are most often asked: What 2 opposite worldwide futures will spin depending on whether we invest in the internet being the greatest job-creating media a generation has ever celebrated? Which professions value knowledge era as improving all human livelihoods by up to 10-fold and which aim to replace human jobs? What can young world citizens do if corporations, governments, charities are destroying your net generation's livelihoods?2 What was designed into the culture of The Economist to make it most economic at mediating global village future debates of post-industrial revolution?
3 What was the optimistic alternative to Orwellian Big Brother as the world became borderless and the cost of distance marginal for mobile apps and life critical info sharing?
4 Which of the 100 forms of adjectival entrepreneur or future capitalism coined after 1972 value the opportunity and risk of celebrating worldwide youth as 10 times more productive and collaborative than ever before? firstname.lastname@example.org washington dc 301 881 1655
.youth summitsGoogledoc on 10 Greatest Crises of Green ER..
How would the net generation design systems with the greatest social purposes - where television since world war 2 with its noise and politics was destroying sustainability of markets in the most socially critical of sectors. Cases The Economist tracked included:
IN Western Hemispheres, The Economist sought to learn from the system fixes of such early social experiments as National Health Service BBC World Service European Union Political rulership and peace and security at community levels of empowerment and integration
In Eastern hemispheres- consider japan surveys began in 1962; consider asian pacific worldwide youth began in 1975- population statistics clarified that by the 2010s the majority of youthful net generation would be in the Eastern hemisphere - so all the most above zero sum models of post-industrial revolution - eg knowledge collaboration networking races to poverty museums needed to link celebrations in with Eastern youth
.This survey's global village updates included ...
Consider Japan Series (from 1962), Consider Asia Pacific Borderless Youth Century 1975
Entrepreneurial Revolution and Next Capitalism
-1976 25 December
We're All Intrapreneurial Now -
The Economist, 17 April 1982
Neteneration G Futures - The 2024 Report on the preceding half century - 1984 Book
The Next Ages of Man - The Economist, 24 December 1988
A Future History of Privatisation - The Economist, 21 December 1991
There were also country specific and trillion dollar market sector specific updates to ER curriculum
What started Norman Macrae's genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution was a life-changing moment when he and his son Chris first saw students experimenting with digital learning networks in 1972 at The UK's National Development Project in Computer Assisted Learning.
Job Creating Economics
The Economist founded the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution in 1972 to add the left-hand questions to this it had been surveying since 1843 in line with adam smith and keynsian economist (right)
How would the net generation design systems with the greatest social purposes - where television since world war 2 with its noise and politics was destroying sustainability of markets in the most socially critical of sectors.
In particular, with the coming of the internet what would be the new opportunities and risks of: Death of Distance- both as a almost zero cost for "apping" coded information once everyone had mobile access and as human exchanged value increasingly through borderless markets (where life critical information needed to be freed by breaking down degrees of separation)
How would energy cleanly go beyond carbon and nuclear
Keysnian list of future systems design
Core challenge end poverty
Entrepreneurial origin - mediating industrial revolution to:
End capital abuse of youth
End empire abuses including slavery and professions with rules that were over-standardised compared with natures local diversity and human's community cultures
Youth Capitalism- how to give the youngest half of the world more than 10% voice in their futures
Youth Capitalism -12 stories across 3 generations.doc, 35 KB
Starting Late January: How Entrepreneurial Revolutionary can this MOOC be? Let's brainstorm other reasons for Massive Open Online Collaboration than getting a certificate.
1 coursera discussion groups may be better than anywhere including facebook for youth to identify new worldwide friends of actions you most want to linkin, skype etc but beware when hundred of thousands of people are in the same linear virtual box the crowdmapping task is challenging
2 first coursera where the host isnt simply trying to make themselves famous as the most knowledgeable professor in the field (ok there have been a few professors that have tried to free youth to question a few details but not whole systems)
... help us widen open edu debate
FREEDOMS LAST 5 YEAR UNITED RACE- END PHONY CAPITALISM NOW!
the most job-creating previously unknown curricula can emerge from youth summits - that segment of partners in mooc and youth leaders and practice revolutiobaries that I am most interested in linking into during 2014-2018 probably the last 5 years that will exponentially define the whole net generation future sustainability -its time to mediate the most colaborative heroes peace and cross-cultral joy and entreprenurial energies have ever seen
Grounded Theory is an innovation process which highlights the most curious thing someone says and then iteratively questions the author. While Norman ceased in 2010 to be able to answer his most curious views on the coming post-industrial revolution and sustainability crises of the net generation, his family will try their best to answer queries to yellow-highlighted texts email@example.com click pic below: view all future shocks of 1972
co-edit 43rd annual collaboration newsletter of Entrepreneurial Revolution
worldwide youthcreativelab of ER -goal linkin million youth to Atlanta Nov 2015 summit on twin capitals of billion jobs creation
www.facebook.com/microeconomics 25 December 2013 - 37 Years after Survey of Entrepreneurial Revolution and Next Capitalism , Norman Macrae, The Economist
help us update microeconomic action learnngs from every global village of the NetGeneration
Googledoc on 10 Greatest Crises of Green ER - context 250 years ago some places started to grow health and wealth for 99% of peoples not just the 1% of kings and top-down professions. Human development all depended on access to energy and industrial revolution knowhow with (steam) engines; but this compounded various unfortunate zero-sum consequences . Today, two innovations are pre-requisite if the net generation is to be sustainable let alone to be 10 times more productive -1) green energy and food security will need to replace carbon value chains; 2) collaboration around millennium goals wil need to model systems designed around how knowledge multiplies value in use unlike the consumption of things
please add to our sightings of open education progress year 37 :- firstname.lastname@example.org
Dad (Norman Macrae) created the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution to debate how to make the net generation the most productive and collaborative . We had first participated in computer assisted learning experiments in 1972. Welcome to more than 40 years of linking pro-youth economics networks- debating can the internet be the smartest media our species has ever collaborated around?
Foundation Norman Macrae- The Economist's Pro-Youth Economist
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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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