next solutions ready for inter-community replication - we call these microfranchises and believe the clearest design criteria for these has been explained by Sir Fazle Abed (though tell us if you have a clearer mentor of maximum 9 minute training modules -the format we survey for million youth viralisation)3 Ours search aims to linkin projects of what Jim Kim has called the 2 defining social movements of the net generation #2030 and youth jobs summits
MICROWIKI CLUSTERSThe slides show some of the emerging clusters - for examplehow can education most help youth create jobs•
CONTEXTWe are passionate about the C-word of MOOC - I value it as much about collaboration as course and curriculum. It seems to me that the 3 C's together with massive Open Online are defining entrepreneurial opportunities of the net generation. Our Entrepreneurial Revolution search for Net Generation is something my father at The Economist and I first started researching in 1972 - my first job being at what was then called The UK National Development project for Computer assisted learning.
My father's main job as a journalist of youth capitalism and deputy editor of The Economist : facilatation of leadership/innovation/investment discussions of the net generation 1975-2025 being the biggest opportunity and risk to human sustainability.
Those who design system to integrate millions of communities into a worldwide value exchange have known since 1975 that the net generation is more likely to compound either 10 times better or 10 times worse freedoms for 99% of peoples livelihoods- not something in between. The worse endgame remains clearly written up in literature as early as Orwell's Big Brother. The positive explorations are what the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution started in The Economist in 1972 tries to charter.
2018 sees the 175th year of The Economist being founded to mediate an end to hunger and an end to capital abuse of youth, It is this context that I recommend a clearing house catalogue Collaboration Microwiki of Youth Capitalism
MICOWIKI CATALOGUEAttached are links to some early cases but please look at this as survey. If you see a big hole- in other words if the most collaborative youth movement source you believe in isnt mentioned- consider starting up a microwiki and telling us where to find it…
nials starting with china whose collaboration poiicies will determine how the 21st century comes of age for all humanity - TO EXPONENTIALLY SUSTAIN OR NOT TO BE
world record job creation - millennials curricula
1 RICE 2 Free Nursing College
The scottish free enterpreneurial university - scottish alumni include adam smith, founder of The Economist James Wilson, Norman Macrae
International Guest alumini: French JB Say, Maynard Keynes
Glasgow University's alumni and the world's record job creator sir fazle abed
Asia Pacific www rising
World Record Job Creators
Sustainability's Search for Microfranchises
From 1962 The Economist's Norman Macrae hoped that all scottish students would celebarte win-wins with Asia :
Japan connections from 1962
China as pivotal to asia pacific www milennial centory from 1975
Bangladesh - 7 year research program started in 2007 (being transferred to womenuni.com ) on open educational platforms that can best sustain Bangladesh's first 35 years of microprivatisation of services designed by and for the world's poorest village mothers to network around and so that their children could be number 1 collaborators amongst millennials racing to end poverty - see 2030now…
omising to have a more microeconomic impact with social business leadership networking than even banking for the poor (see Grameen Microcredit)
(AFM see also blecher series)
Unlike the $100 laptop as the first product launch of the MIT media lab, Noah Samara pioneered the early 1990s launch of an African satellite with a continent-wide frequency reserved for life critical information in parallel with 2 other worldspace satellites for Asia and America. He experimented with satellite radio which turned out to be unsustainable as a life-changing information network for Africans but a highly portable medium in USA. Nearly 20 years later his company yazmi.com is converging all resources on satellite empowered learning ( expected tablet price $50 for built in satellite use and access to all the world's most job creating open edu )
AFM2 Jamii Bora
AFM6 USADBC - diaspora association bencmarking african food security value chains
BOM1 berners lee
BOM2 mit every students an entrepreneur
BOM3 mit media lab -open source wizard entrepreneurs and new commons
BOM30 Negroponte $100 Laptop
BOM31 Joi Ito
BOM32 reclaim our learning
BOM4 MIT open education movement
BO51 Legatum millennials and fans
BOM52 networks of cashless banking technolgists
BOM53 innovations journal
BOM6 partners in health/brigham womens hospital
BOM61 value chain networks club inspired by pih and world bank millenials
BOM64 Haiti training hospital - connector of neraly free nursing college
BOSF1 Kiva and puddle
BOSF2 Khan Academy
BOSF3 Coursera segment interested in Open Learning Campus
GS1 Soros Family
GS10 Open society started with gorbachel
GS11 Open Society Lauretates and Centre European University Budapest
GS13 Ineteconomics and missing ground-up curriculum of economics at Open Learning Campuses
(APM see also K-serie and w4eseries)
APM1 womens university (chittagong)
APM2 millennials exchanges - Akira Foundation
APM3 - Ma vision of internet out of china
W4E1 women4empowerment.org. This is led by Naila Chowdhury who was the first female director of Grameen Phone (Y10) whose experiments in mobilising poorest village mothers started in Bangladesh in 1996. After 15 years work with Dr Yunus in the villages, she came to Washington DC to spread the good news of all the most extremely valuable solution networks mobile can empower women to entrepreneur. These include telecentres for acid victims, and seeing that Africa's nanocredit (AM3) networks are translated across the 4 hemispheres of women empowerment. W4E linksin to New York's first ladies summit Fashion4Development (W4E2) which is deigned to transform responsibility of the global fashion/garment sector. Annual celebrations include superstars and media editors who wish to live as ambassadors for womens' or childrens' rights to job create. Out of New York, the best news for the net generation now revolves round the question: what post 2015 subnetworks of the UN can empower the deepest investments in millennials' goals and open sourcing of microfranchise solutions. Help W4E and F4D map the emergence of wonderful Twin Sister networks. Examples range from the human eg Girl-Up (W4E31), to the hi-tech eg the ITU (W4E41) currently led by a renowned technologist from Mali, Hamadoun Toure.
W4E11 Acid Victims Telecentres
W4E12 Jewelry for Responsibility
W4E2 Fashion4development.com leads worldwide womens partnerships in changing value chain of fashions and superstars and first lady opinion leadership. Specifically it connects the fashionable purposes and celebration integrities of nations' first ladies with ensuring that hard-working garment workers have good livelihoods. Keynes would be proud of those first ladies who mediate an end to all the illwill caused by those who externalise market risks. Acting as the most informed customers, first ladies and fashion models are best placed to demand that the world's most famous haute couture designers want their global reputations to be judged by how much they collaborate in ensuring that all garment workers around the world have safe livelihoods networked round the freedom to prosper from hard work and the joy of being respected as a maker of goods.
W4E21 The League of Gentlemen
W4E3 YN4U Does the future capitalism of New York need to be about walled streets and maddening avenues, or could Nations be United for 7 billion of you and us? Yes WE Can unite the human race to poverty museums #2030now (K1) - provided we enjoy how post-2015 millennials' goals and womens empowerment can just do it (see Nike Foundation's Girl Effect W4E32).
F4D's high visibility increases through an annual summit during UN's opening week of year, and through continuous action and knowhow networking. With W4E, first ladies can also face up with what philanthropy billion owners of mobile can empower. Parallel NY circles invited to join W4E in changing roles of superstars include SingforHope of Monica Yunus (W4E33) and The Global Poverty project (K2)- one of millennials popular social movement of #2030now that the World Bank's Jim Kim has become joyfully cool for linking in with after his first experience of Gangnam Style - a show he first helped produce while President of Dartmouth college, and which rumor has it he has been training the other coolest Korean on the planet - Ban Ki-moon to linkinto millennials with (see the selfie concluding this world bank and UN presentation) http://live.worldbank.org/millennials-endpoverty-2030
W4E31 GirlUp.org For anyone concerned with either sustainability fo the planet or the responsibility of media, the most depressing consequence of the west's second half of the 20th C was how three halves of the world's population - women, youth, poorest - were exponentially excluded from designing the future. The legacy of The Ted Turner (eg GS2 UNFoundation) family seeks to chnage that. Their generosity has just completed the final installment of its billion dollars millennials restructuring of the UN's future impact (W4E3). Help build the legacy of CNN's founding family by co-creating the most important news on the future of women through bring the bottom-up network GirlUp.org to a place or space that you can help generate.
W4E32 Nike Foundation Girl Effect
W4E34 The Hunger Project
W4E4 Better World Wireless out of san francisco has become W4E's first mobilising partner of nanocredit (AFM5) in the americas- where hispanic women are currently the prioritised empowerment populace. It has talked partners into giving poorest access to a million handsets matched by its nearly free air time offer geared to extreme microentrepreneur womens networks and apps.
BRAC1 Schooling systems built from independence of a developing country are critical to future success
BRAC is a benchmark for informal primary school system that joyfully values students and parents. Note Sir Fazle Abed was selected as WISE's inaugural laureates of education. BRAC's schools today are the educational network Gandhi and Montessori would recognise as closest to their vocational vision for village schooling. How did this happen? When Bangladesh was born, the government didnt have enough resources -let alone relationships with teachers - to do schools in villages. So BRAC invented bottom-up primary schooling - the third of its first 3 villagers grassroots services- which started with bottom-up disaster relief and bottom-up para-health workers (see oral rehydration 100).
Curriculum that BRAC has helped innovate at primary. Specific:
financial literacy with aflatoun
general- celebrated as wise's number 1 benchmark of job creating education and cross-cultural joy
BRAC12 literacy/empowerment - modules based on Paulo Freire - cf 20th open spciety laureate (GS11)
BRAC University opportunity to map back job creating solutions to vilages- one term spent on a filed project; partner teachers link in with millennials groups;
BRAC14 If I could choose one person to mooc ( 9 minute OLA microfranchise) missing curricula with it would be sir fazle abed. This is partly because his view of aid has always been - do (or help elarn) what the funder specifies; always embed more understranding in the community than the funder asked for. This is almost the opposite to agents of USAID. Intro to brac tour:
BRAC15- any replicable franchise- 9 minute ola catalogue - 30000 sustainability generation catalogue Norman Macrae 1984
BRAC16 - sustainable community hi-trust traid : educator, banker(including bottom up professional and knowledge of any microfranchise the bank lends position to), health servant
BRAC17 call for microeducationsummit- who could be other 10 most open education heroes if this became milennails favorite annual summits to collaborate around heroic goals
BRAC18 - girl power teenager jobs and apprenticeship networks - lend around the world; peer to eer elearning of what job will involve to be income generating
BRAC 19 module on bottom up value chain redesign - connection with wo0rld bank kim missing innovatuons of defining social movements of netge
BRAC 20 onwards - look how to classify brac in line with 2013 report - health, crop science, value chain redesign
Ga1 Intriguingly India's continuation of nearly 90 year of Gandhi-Montessori knowhow is now stewarded by city montessori school in lucknow.; 50000 students a year keep this alive and ahead of any cross-cultural and peacemaking curriculum. This education treasure has been curated by one family- father, mother , two daughters and a son. Their education was so value by Hindhi and Muslim parents alike that more and more of the city's schooling system is sustained by their public service. There are also miraculously economical innovations out of this student-directed teaching lab. The latest is the finding that almost any illiterate adult can be helped to read a newspaper within a month. …
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Entrepreneurial Revolution Sub-Network Open Education 2013
We focus on 2 ideas
- future collaboration possibilities of net generation depend on building educational curriculum bottom-up 10 minute training modules
- help BRAC kickstart search and service of 10 minute training modules millions of youth most need to interact by linking in khanacademy type labs
Now that http://www.khanacademy.org proves that you only need $300 software to start up an education lab that millions of youth need to action learn with, why not plant open education labs all over BRAC - youth world's biggest and most collaborative NGO responsible of intercommunity open sourcing hundreds of job creating and vital service microfranchises.
If you have ideas of other collaboration networks that can help linkin 10 minute training modules that millions of youth need most please tell us how we check out whether leaders of that network want to do this
With thanks to :
Taddy Blecher and participants at 2nd Norman Macrae Remembrance Party
Sir Fazle Abed and participants at 3rd Norman Macrae Remembrance Party
Discussion with MIT student competition entrants especially on elearning
Entrepreneurial Revolution Genre began in The Economist in 1972 after Macraes were actively involved in student experiments with early digital networks and of UK national Development project of computer assisted learning. Social Entrepreneurs from 1978 and Intrapreneurs from 1980 are some of the first Western networks directly inspired by Norman Macrae's goals for the net generation
The most central value of Entrepreneurial Revolution alumni over last 42 years is the internet needs to be designed as the smartest open education media not an appendage to tv advertising.
Foundation Norman Macrae- The Economist's Pro-Youth Economist
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Youth-led Project webs wholeplanet.tv microeducationsummit.com NormanMacrae.ning.com
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2010s = Worldwide Youth's most productive and collaborative decade…
vegetable garden outside - one for every 60 village mothers. Out of a network that grew to over 100000 village hubs, Grameen mothers swapped produce and animated a village farmers market, shared knowhow especially on maternal and infant health and education geared to actioning the 16 promises they made to the community and their children every week as they transacted financial records of savings and loans. These spaces were the most deeply social ever designed because of the collaboration challenges women in villages faced due to absence of telecommunications, electricity, running water, sanitation, roads etc -and the gender issues they jointly faced.
By becoming income earners village mothers gained self-respect, they had a fair chance to take their own life beyond the poverty line, for sure they could break generations of illiteracy ensuring their children the opportunity of leapfrogging way beyond 20th c village poverty.
LEAPFROG OPPORTUNITIES- OF DIGITAL EMPOWERMENT AND MILLENNIUM GOALS
Until 1996 with no phones and a culture that locked women in to each village , the only way that Grameen's end poverty womens hubs could share solutions was through the weekly visit of the Grameen Bank staff. Can you start to imagine the freedom that was unleashed when mobile phones came to the villages in 1996, thanks to funding from George Soros (G1) with technical innovation from MIT media entrepreneurs and Norwegian telecoms. The whole design was amplified by Muhammad Yunus. His two-pronged approach
First linkin every community hub around one telephone lady -the most exciting microentrepreneurial franchise of 1996-2005 - see eg the green children'd hear me now
Second to experiments with gllgal village labs around technology partners. Imagine what impossibles become possible from marriages between those with the world's greatest technology and mothers facing the most life-critical innovation challenges.
In a flash, the banker for the rural maternal poor became additionally the digital dreamer for the net generation. At the inauguiral world microcreditsummit in 1997, he was already linking in dozens of the most exciting concepts humans and especially youth had ever been free to voice. The collaboration entrepreneur search was on for microfranchise solutions to millennium goals - converged round poverty museums as the most exciting race humanity has ever united our species and nature around.
eded to start r scale social business get no dividends & no equity only reputation gain and network connections of aiming to be faster design to specified purpose.
We find the 2008 -sampled by Norman Macrae Foundation to 1000 Youth leaders- book 1 on social business by Muhammad Yunus the clearest description of his approach. It summarises how he had intuitively designed each different development service around a model with sustainable cashflow, and how after a 2005 luncheon at Paris HEC with CEO Riboud of Danone (and soon a cluster of other French CEOs) he launched global social partnerships starting with Grameen DANONE yogurt -see more at www.grameenfrance.com Yunus 2 races - to poverty museums and to capitals with Social Business stockmarkets remain for many youth the most exciting collaboration goals of any living celebrity , recently joined by the Free University concept MOOCYunus
(B) Yunus social business model but relaxes issue of who owns equity - as far as we know in the west this is as far as publicly distributed investment funds in social business have got towards A - see eg www.danonecommunities.com whose French legal technicaliities is produced with support of Grameen's partnership with Credit Agricole which also structures its own funds out of Luxembourg. If you are interested in discussing Yunus social business models we maintain 2 companion NIngs - http://yunuscity.ning.com where we try to spot social business and pro-youth news by different capital cities and http://leadersandyunus.ning.com where w invite you to help track yunus partnership commitments with leaders around the world
(C) 51% social business model- this is a model in which majority (ie 51% or more) of ownership is always in trust to those in greatest need of the social purpose
(D) NGOs which operate a portfolio of enterprises representing mixture of the above - but in such a way as to never alter any microfranchise founders rules regarding ownership, Positive example- BRAC which we currently bechmark as youth world's most purposeful partner - - negative example any ngo that gets involved in IPO of a microcredit is excluded from our cataloguing of A to D
(E) a model where a national or regional government has permanently transferred funds corresponding to taxes of a service it used to operate in such a way that communities now serve a microfranchise -parallel mechanisms might include dormant funds (eg unclaimed accounts of banks) as discussed in UK big society approaches (we are not aware that anywhere in Europe has really started with this in spite of a EU summit championing such in Nov 2011)
(F ) modelslisted by a leader where that industry leader is recognized as most trusted in nation or continental region in aiming to make region self-sufficient in industry and to maximize life long job quality among hardest workers in the industry sector
(G) youth-led early stage models -eg from youth entrepreneur competitions- still looking for exact model but demonstrating a lot of youth peer empowerments
(H) other models that are linked to collaboration searches of microfranchsies as first mapped in 1984 book the 2024 report
(J) other certified patient capital or bottom-billion (prahalad) models - eg Acumen fund has a clear set of development rules; it would be a nice testimony to CK's life if someone set this up for bottom-billion models- even during his later years in personal correspondence he agreed that maintaining records on constitutions of once admired bottom-billion models called for a collaboration process beyond any one person's remit
(K) other generally applicable models that appear to demonstrate win-win-wins of all involved with a social concern
(L ) models so specific to a market category or a cultural conflict situation that it is worth knowing of the project even if the model is currently fluid or unspecifiable in the terms we usually require to be made transparent
(M) a social entrepreneur model largely composed by one inspirational person's passion where there appears to be no attempt to replicate model beyond the guru other than saying come, learn, be inspired, work out your own local way if you wish
Please note in our 42th year of cataloguing models, we are interested in how the above interacts with these issues
how to identify meta-connectors of social entreprises such as bangaldesh's 2 main pro-poor banking systems
; what change processes may most help youth fast track more social enterprises or replicate good enough ones to collaborate with
Please help us take a second look - why would someone wishing to linkin a most purposeful solution for a particular goal choose one approach versus another
A 100% social business model - a philanthropist might make such a loan if purpose matched philanthropic vision and the model sustainability is convincing; a corporation might make such a loan for reputational or relationshio gain in the development region (eg DANONE inbeing corporation to inaugurate global social business partnerships may believe that in advancing long-term connections with markets in bangaldesh and china it can become dr yunus best friends in nutrional projects serving extreme needs across those 2 countries); individuals might create their own 100% social businesses if they were confident this matched their lifes greatest competence- please note there is no greater challenge on entrepreneurial earth than the 100% social business model so we should want such youth sb entrepreneurs to pay themselves and any leading co-workers a fair wage for their family's development
B,C are models that relax A - you might need to do this to sustain model if its in a highly conflicted environment or to maintain the best open tech staff or generally to keep cash up sleeve to protect constitutional independence of the organisation; conversely if you are a technologist who is starting with a bit of code (say a better search) you might simply want to anchor this on most life-critical network searched; you could give away one doubling of your company's equity by putting trust in stewardship of those in need; this could be much more purposeful marketing than organisations who iamge over purspoe and never get to eralsie what youth most want for practice experts; however models B and C probably mean that you can no longer channel 100% of volunteer issues the way model A deserves to do, ; they may make collaboration partners harder to find: and they raise questions on what the organsiaatin's tax status needs to be
As we try to recognize in D and F - some of the world's greatest connectors of social enterprsies will be linking in hundreds which may have varied modeling forms (including A, B ,C) as individual entities
rch to celebrate the Net generation as worldwide youth's most productive and collaborative time. Our sources and diaries on this topic started in 1972 when my father Norman Mactrae at The Economist and I first got involved with students testing early digital learning networks.
online library of norman macrae--
Norman published his first 40-year (intergenerational) future history in The Economist - The Next 40 Years 1972. I started my first job - putting my studies as a graduate statistician at Corpus Christi University of Cambridge to work as a project coordinator at The UK's National Development Project of Computer Assisted Learning which was cluster around a network of universities in the North of England linked in round The University of Leeds.
I was lucky because I was asked to program statistical exercises for non-statistical students such as psychologists, architects and geographers.
SEEING THE GREATEST COMMUNICATIONS REVOLUTION EVER EMERGE BEFORE YOUTHS' EYES
It was immediately observable that clicking interactively and simultaneously with 500 other students across the North of England was a hot media- one which stimulated intense attention or frustration.
HOT-Active not Passive; Explore your own learning pathways not one instructors superhighway; Attention Grabbing when machine mediation augmented human capacity to downright maddening when it did not.
Here was this machine telling you that you were right or wrong, and indeed demanding you to try another example until you got it right. We learnt pretty quickly to divide the screen in 2 halves -one which continued the drill of the analysis at hand, the other which advertised how excitingly different it could be to search the student's practice area once you had mastered this analysis
The goal of this book is to help everyone help youth design futures that unite the human race and happily celebrate the freedom of productive livelihoods out of every community! Consequently it is not theoretically a book about economics.
However we aim to share how empowering it was to be mentored by Keynes at Cambridge as my father was after surviving world war 2. This is a book valuing connections with designing and actioning futures. Practically we invite you to map how 99% of families to question whether economists are wholly representing their social and economic purposes.
Reference Keynes General Theory in which he concluded economists compound both greatest opportunitie and risks onto future generations because their thoiries monopolies rules that design futures. For example when economists theories collapse banking systems and claim these are so big that the next generation must bail them out even if this destroys many of their livelihoods, that is quite extraordinary monopoly to have embedded into globalisation, wuite a loss of productive freedom.
Access to Norman Macrae Foundation archives lets you explore the emerging challenges of the net generation from the viewpoint of the most joyful youth economic mediator. But how does one take back from the future notes of every wonderful livelihood the open education age could be spinning across a borderless planet motivated by solving humanity's greatest service needs. Here is a framework we are testing as we linkin to some of the most extraordinary youth summits as the first 15 years of millennium collaboration goals comes to its 2015 finishing line.
Youth Capitalism's Map to Change World - Year 44 Entrepreneurial Revolution
Top 50 Student Jobs Clubs
Hottest Spring 2014
Nanocredit and other most extreme mobile network applications of very poorest womens networking
Celebrating the next step of freeing job creating entrepreneurial curriculum in every school
What can the world learn from hispanic youth innovatipn cultures and vice versa
Will DC ever be free to exchange the most extreme diaspora change value chain models
Ilabs and YCLabs -mapping where worldwide youth own labs for open source world trading
The tri-capital debate of what the first 25 bottom billion multinationals value models will look like - boulder-boston-dhaka- thanks to sponsorship by Dlab, MediaLab and Abdul latifee
Where do alumni of the first 50000 change the world mooc go next and can GPY help
10 Most Social Collab-brands
Run by leaders youth trust most.. Repurposes value chain of cluster of Trillion Dollar sectors
Use all unseen multi-win metrics of goodwill, trasnparency and risng exponential sustainability -ie opposite maths of wall street extraction by 1% over 99%
Celebrates knowhow which is most valuable to open source and multiply in use
Prototype example: Women4Empowerment leverages knowhow of first 20 years mobile partnerships with world's poorest women volagers and first 45 years of Bangladesh banking for poorest
First ladies redesign responsibility of fashions
Superstars redesign community regeneration
Poorest owned Nanocredit and cashless banking dialogues with telecoms billionaires
Demonstration of massive family healthcheck celebrations
Maximises connectivity with all top 10 colab-brands
Top 20 Trillion Dollars Markets to repurpose for exponentially sustainable livelihoods
21st C Action Learning Process
Featured process - spring 2014 - competition for impossible become possible postcards- the world's largest top-down organisations spend a trillion dollars a year testing concepts for selling ever more expensive products- how does net generation rehearse the most value multiplying concepts ever to be co-created
In addition to coding, which processes is net generation pioneering to create new jobs - eg open spaces, crowdfunding, grounded theory redesign of anti-social media, peer to peer training on missing job creating curricula, makers faires. microfranchise replication and joint community ownership, sustainability professions that end externalities instead of compounding them, green energy solutions. 10 times more valuable community healthcare approaches ...
e abed - as top 10 job creator of the net generation
Through our 42 year search http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/norman-macrae-books-surveys for net generation jobs we currently have sir fazle abed as top of our league table http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/the-gg-book-of-world-reco...
Sir Fazle is in Miami next wednesday midday at the British Council summit on global open education http://www.britishcouncil.org/sites/britishcouncil.uk2/files/going_...
Although several things converged around Bangladesh in 1971 to make it the most exciting nationwide advance out of extreme poverty, we dont see how it would have happened with out the rural schools of BRAC and his way of auditing microfranchise replicability around the 3Es
Bangladesh's poverty museum race is to date a story of tow halves- how to socially network vilage mothers in the days when they had the least communications infrastructure in the world including no electricity and no phones. Then since 1996 how bangladesh villages became the world's first extreme mobilelabs. One application of this being to bank the next billion whose transactions were too small to record until that could be digitally linkedin. Today BRAC has a world leading model of safe and youth investment banking at all 3 levels- village mothers microcredit circles, http://www.bkash.com cashless banking, and most trusted city bank. Its rather good news that microeducation and microbanking have turned out to be a job creating world's extraordianry innovation led by the poorest village mothers of a generation ago
Earlier this month the world bank hosted a seminal comparison of microfranchises racing to bank the next billion http://live.worldbank.org/digital-finance
we'd love to see you post if you ever collaborate with any of sir fazle networks or if you have a job creator diary note of equal local joy or if you spot the next seminal update on bankabillion
Further references illustrating how brac and grameen research cannot be wisely separated in any western curriculum of youth capitalism
nds invest in the next generation's productivity out of that place.
The author also had just-in-time experience -drawing on being tutored by Keynes and The Economists' inner editorial college) to start up a checklist of spiraling conflicts to the integrity of this simple (whole truth) origin of economics.
1 when politicians print money not supported by gold or other standards -especially when they do this to put next generations in debt because youth don't vote and social sectors run by politicians have an inbuilt bias towards becoming ever les economical
2 when clearing banks start off credit chains the politicians printed money with the most anti-social of big decision-makers or ones that are simply not grounded in bottom-up community sustainability
3 the special short-straw to next generation when your nation is the world's reserve currency -this was one of 2 poison pills study of the economy of britain after world war 2 reveals; the other involves how Britain could see what a superb impact on its neigbouring region Japan was having post-war compared with the ghastly future the German-French European Union model would have it ever became a plitician's dream and a peoples nightmare- with the single currency being the signal for unleashing the most anti-youth economics system designs ever trapping a people in peace time
You cant help any of the world's social problems by calling yourself an enetreprenur but not having this grounding in the reconcuilation collaboration entreprenurs will need to stand up for versus anti-youth economists and all the short-term errors they have spreasheeted into an anti-youth globalsiation. These eroors are so Orwellian in a big brother sense that in spite of the 2010s enjo=ying a million times more collaboration technology than when man raced to the moon, we will se the meltdon of nation after nation led by big banks that no longer have their roor purpose in sustaining communities through family inter-generational savings geared to that place next generation's jobs , health, and creative education
there are only 2 banks that have spent the last 40 years investing in families savings regenerating communities - they are both in Bangaldesg Grameen and BRAC. Moreover the cashless version of BRAC called Bkash also offers a way to reconcile crises caused by those who have a monopoly of printing modey
open education movements could now be gettong millions of youth to act on collaboration entrepreneur knowledge anchored around the quest for 30000 microfranchises. This quest was summed up in a book mapping 3 billion new jobs for the net generation written in 1984 after The Economist's firt 10 yers of dialogues of Entreprenurial Revolution and designing the futures the first "eath of distance" generation would need to celebrate out of every sustainabl community (aka global village networking age)
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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