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Linkedin UNwomens updated UN SDG -12 week 1

 

 TO STUDENT UNIONS IN UNIS THAT VALUE YOUTH LIVELIHOODS & SDGS
hi chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - if you see something you like either just use it to start discussions ohn how your livelihoods linkin the sustainability generation or whats app chat with us (usa) 240 316 8157
we invite student union clubs to use our materials , co-blog them

-vote for world record jobs creators -if you could know first waht one person suggest you learn who would it be - why does the worfld have millions of diferent teachers of sustainability -when both teachers and students could have some common stgarting points with cases provided by WRJC like-
1 Jack Ma?  #BR0 
1 Sir Fazle Abed? #BR2 
Nilekani Chief Designer of India's Billion Person Identity #BR2 


Elon Musk
Moon Jae-In
Xi Jinping who has done most to inspire our mapping of 13 regions world social trade zones (BRI.school) -unlike some american first ;poliuticians we see these maps as reversing 500 yeras of colnisatuion- something mainly the Bruts did to south and eastern asia and which as Scots friends from Adam Smith onwards have been trying to return to a happy and epaceful world where girls havce a geeat chance of life whever they are born #BR6 N America 
From g5 age on we eblieve that over 80% of livelihooda are colabirative - eg no one country can green the world- solutions need replicating across all communities; and this can nly hapen with a sea chnage in education (first storied in 1984) through which everyone can be a lifelong tecaher as well as lufelong stdent- we see no eartly ;point in G5 or any of the other investment in 4000 times Moore coms tech 2030 versus 1946 unless life and planet critical information is shared by smart media apps and happiny inquistive girls and boys where there teachers wil have as much to relearn as any teenager leading sustainability goals

Pope Francis
Prince Charles
The Quadir Brothers
Jerry Yang at Silicon Valley or Ted Leonsis In DC or the founder of Softbank Japan
Blecher family- founders of Free University and Maharishi Institute S Africa


by 13 regions which corerspnd to sharing the worlds Belt Caostlines and cinteuntal grids - see eg our UNwomens linkedin
#BR0 China, #BR2 S Asia, #BR1 Mynamar & Asean, #BR11 Arctic Circle, #BR9 Africa #BR8 med refugee sea nations #BR7 Mid East #BR5 w.europe  #BR10 LatinAM #BR6 N America #BR3 Russia #BR4 E.Europe BR12=BRUN

here are some extracts from recent UNwoemns linkedin briefings
ICK TOCK ITS ONE OCLOCK
UN celebrates sdg mission impossible last 12 class years to 2030 . Good news: some economists started asking sustainability goals' digitally accelerating collaboration quiz at time of moon landing. First nation that Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries reported from was south africa in 1968 -if you need a missing survey and love other peoples nations - my family can try to help chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk or join a co-blog celebrating those who unite nations in celebrating youth livelihoods eg AlibabaUni.com Bravo #BR5 Class 13
here are some of the rest of the ERworldwide timeline as it emerged through annual updates
surveys pre moon landing .1962 Consider Japan:: 1967 Japan Rising part 2.1 :: Changing Russia - Survey led by Norman Macrae The Mustard Seed The Economist. Saturday, 1 June 1963.Pages 16,17. Vol 207, issue 6249. :: The Eco 25 Sept 1965 vol 216 issue 6370:The Economist. Saturday, 25 September 1965. Page 3. Vol 216, issue 6370. No Christ on The Andes - What's Gone Wrong? (ie before anyone other than yoko ono would imagine dreaming of 4000 times moore connectivity
first Entrepreneurial Revolution surveys pre-personal computing age 72 the NEXT 40 YEARS :: 1977 survey China :: Asian Pacific Century 1975-2075 1976's Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution
second wave of ER surveys as it was clear that pcs would lead both to worlkdwide web and fall of berlin wall during the 1980s 1982 We're All Intrapreneurial Now 82 why not silicon valley for all
chris macrae
MA Statistics Corpus Christi Cambridge
BA Maths 1st Honours and Distinction York
Apart from 3 years working on UK national development project for computer based learning
my professional live have been applied to whether hundreds of markets (over 50 countries) my clients researched were aligned with the most sustainable purpose that workers and customers of that market could value (expoentialy over time not in 90 day pieces)
EconomistDiary.com I have inherited from my father Norman Macrae at The Economist 1947-1990 the concern
that human sustainability (or exticnction) will be expoentually locked in by 2030
These are the most exciting toimes as primarily 3 generations choose whether to invest in worfldwide youth as first sustainability generation

Of many substages of my fathers variant of Moores law which mediated with Economist readser
the idea that doubling communications tech every 7 yeras 2030 versus 1946 = over 4000 times mooore coms tech

Curently i recommend looking at whether G5 is designed to sustain humanity
Cirtical is use of Big Data- Big versus Small purpose
and regulatuyons that different regions bring (Anti-Trust, privacy) etc. Although these regulations may be well intedned they often cost small enterprises out of the ,arekt.
I suggest poeopels where g5 regulators may mlost free the people are
China
India

perhaps the UN if it sees offerening a jurisduction which countrues could opt into for this part of their legsislatur
at risk ro regulantion destroing G5 as one of last chanecs to get back to sustainability are
USA -ever since 1984 every globalisation made by us gov has favored big and no-sustaonab;e
EU - while I admkire the EU regulatior now in charge, the whole EU as Pope Francis has clarifued is designed around needs of elderly and every bodre nation spojsoring tghe germa euro; I have direct expertince of 20 yeras of legacyu systems -g ending research of intangibles, destroyiong suoercity debates on tghe eu kowledgeboard becasue luxemblourg backed IT that replaced human beings..





 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 

 


happy 2015

IS 5 Billion Peoples Elearning Satellite BIGGEST EVER GAMECHANGER OF HEALTH MILLENNIALS? Happy 2015
The most fun 15 years of my working life was an old fashioned marketer for the world's biggest branded companies of the pre-digital era- I had been trained by the first database builders at MIT that when you heard of a new product you debated lots of connecting concepts until enough win-win stakeholders came together to sustain how to change the world with it. Our 1984 book on sustainable futures of the net generation built out of a decade of debates on the breakthrough of digital learning ,made entrepreneurial revolution the most popular topic among global views leaders attracted by The Economist ref 1 2
 
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Virtual community of partners in health to debate whether Yazmi is millennials biggest gamechanger
Join us in rehearsing the sorts of ideas below (however crazy they may make me seem) or if people see ways to join in please do Equally I collaboratively delighted in post millennials goals year of 2015 if anyone will introduce alternatives they propose as millennials biggest gamechanger 

 
The Story So Far  - a fragile concept
 
Poster announcing partners in health virtual debate-competition  -how can we leverage technology to radically increase patient engagement in care
 
My draft entry for millennials to turn dream to reality


E-Learning Satellite Technology 

The idea is to use the existing technology of Yazmi (http://www.yamzi.com), an e-learning satellite-to-tablet content delivery system to share content that explores different topics including top 10 demonstrations of the power of community health care. Other topics include nursing, nutrition, clean energy, mobile life saving applications, cross disciplinary topics on ending poverty and infectious diseases. This technology could also provide a jobs-led curriculum for girls and women. This has been a significant goal of our work in the 
world record game of job creation at: http://unacknowledgedgiant.com/
 
The results could be debriefed to Ted Turner at the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize summit to be held in Atlanta in November 2015.
 
Co-organisers comments. first q&a -conversation between marie and chris on whether above is sufficient context to start discussion
Dear Chris,
 
Wonderful I will share this idea outline, and we will continue ideation in the community—I think you are quite right that there are opportunities for scaling up the work that has been done in Mirabelais and Rwanda. Hopefully others in the community will able to be share insight and suggestions.
 
Very best,
Marie Connelly  Globalhealthdelivery.org
 

On Wed, Dec 17, 2014 at 5:58 PM, christopher macrae > wrote:
Dear Marie
 
Yes that is the skeleton of the idea
 
Several groups would need to come together to see if this could happen.
 
Probably the one extra context reference would be the 60 minutes pih audio briefing of paul farmer and jim kim last tuesday week. I dont know if the recording of that is yet at a bookmark
 
That audio mentions the need for community healthcare training to be quickly accessible across much of the africa continent. People would have to decide whether an elearning satellite would be a useful channel contributing to such a process.  
 
Back in June 2013 I had a 10 minute chat with Paul Farmer at a conference in Budapest. At that time Mirabelais had quite recently opened. I believe he said that over time what became practice training at Mirabelais would be shared through open learning modes. I am not aware of time lines. Equally I assume that Rwanda is another relevant epicentre of emerging community healthcare knowhow
 
There seem to be pieces that might come together. I guess only a discussion can see whether its nearly possible
 

sincerely chris macrae

The good news is that we now know of 10+ curricula of Global Poverty - the best being free. The bad news is their alumni are mostly siloised by culture and different first challenges before they can get on the same track. The good news is my Ethiopian neighbour owns 5 billion person elearning satellite http://www.yazmi.com . The bad news is he hasnt yet found either best for millennials jobs content or partners in sustainable social business model. May 2015 be all of ours most revolutionary happy year - one capable of transforming every trillion dollar market back to exponentially sustaining all millennials livelihoods. chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk Partners in Publishing World Record Book of Job Creation 

Who could take which concept to next level
.
 
Nailacould you update sir fazle's wife  in way mostofa can check whether sir fazle abed   wants me to meet him for 30 minutes to update on our june debate of yazmi and distribution of yazmi brochure at fashion4development. If you feel able to say some african leaders may start discussing in january whether it can eg help with global financial inclusion that would make any conversation i can have more relevant. Also if  you can trail the story on your coming west coast weekend please do
 
Tebabu- if you could brief Noah Samara and Tadesse Makela please do. Noah could help immediately if he accepted young africa society at world bank invitation just to debate what dream of pan african/asia elearning satellite could do. He  (with Naila) could also chat to the retiring and incoming African/Chinese heads of ITU to see if this is a concept debate women and youth networks would like ITU to help animate. You (with grameen intel and ifad) can also raise issue whether to make agriculture sexy ethiopian farmers are first to massively invite food for security small producers to develop their childrens jobs-educating curricula- and whether its appropriate for a diaspora association to celebrate such convergences
 
 
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When you study jim kim and paul farmers life's work, the gift of health millennials leading global social value of health was created out of the field labs of Haiti and Peru with the knowhow of Boston . So americas millennials ought to be the first ted style stage to have people like sir fazle abed and paul farmer debating how can community healthcare training be linked in everywhere -whether or not that region has a helpful   global satellite it already has the best linked in millennials entrepreneurs

 

 
When you study ted turners and george soros life work, millennials could honor that by linking in rome and atlanta as two of the first twin capitals demonstrating that co-hosting jobs summits is more valuable than hosting the olympics. In spite of London 's olympics opening promoting nursing as humanity's greatest profession, the bbc failed to prolong the story. Whats Brazil going to open the olympics with to prolong sustainability's story

 

 
The specific idea that end ebola ought to be the first learning app that yazmi helps distribute is something I'd like to see evolve organically (or at least by boston-based networks) in the debate. If it doesnt appear we can discuss how to kickstart that
5 Favorite things to know about Kim and Farmer -if you have a different favorite please tell us 
5 Farmes started commuting health networks between haiti and boston over 30 years ago; kim joined him from 1988;  after earthquake destroyed haiti's main hospital friends rebuilt new hospital Mirabelais around Farmer (now the greatest global health for the poor teaching hospital anywhere)
4 Until his 5 year term at world bank started summer 2012, Kim said his greatest moment was being discovered by George Soros. Other top 5 discoveries of Soros include funding mobile phones around yunus in 1996, and being BRAC's and PIH's first investor in West Africa. Soros 20th celebrations of open society network co-founded by Gorbachev were staged out of Budapest with Paul Framer and Sir Fazle Abed. (Gorbachev is co-founder with clun of rome of Nobel Peace Laureate Summit whose 2015 millennials edition comes to Atlanta Nov 2015 mainly mediated by Ted Turner family and Yunus , with health care linked in by eg CDC and Emory)
3 At the first world bank tedx, kim explained his mother tutored him in Luther King's maxim of live your life for eternity, while his father a Korean dentist emphasised do practical stuff. For a decade Kim mainly ran Farmer's network out of Boston, but then he went off to fight multi-drug resistant tb in peru. Thus Peru became PIH's 2nd field lab, (Later Rwanda its main African lab) In the process Kim discovered that the MDR TB outbreak in Peru had accidentally been created by the WHO's standard instructions not being context specific enough (Same has been true of preventing ebola)
2 Everywhere they act Kim and Farmer become lead practitioners in infectious diseases. So it is that African and world leaders cant afford not to listen to them if ebola is never to strike again the way it has this year
1 When #2030now Kim says millennials can be most educated, connected, collaborative human race has ever seen- he and farmer have demonstrated how to socially move that with health millennials, He befriends pop start and gets Harvard's Porter to help rewrite global social value chain of health. Who now will do likewise on other sustainability critical issues such as womens empowerment, global financial inclusion, open education  or clean energy networking
Sources world bank tedx above; lancet 2013 paper on global health's social valuation; 2003 Farmer biography Mountains beyond mountains; the seminal 2013 book Reimagining Global Health-an introduction by Farmer, Kim and about 12 other Partner in Health operational leaders in countries or critical disease communities  PIH now operates out of;. 60 minute audio debriefing on West Africa Ebola by Kim and Framer 9 December 2014 soon to be published by www.pih.org 2013 dialogue between Kim and Pope Francis,
 
 
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As a child I thought the 3 most exciting things in the world were : peace, economics, ending poverty. By the time I went to university in 1969, innovation and computers and learning had taken over my mind.

Over my first 10 years after graduating my father and I wrote a book on the future of the net generation- entrepreneurial revolution, job-directed learning and millennial goals gravitated around ending poverty had returned to the top 3 most exciting social actions around the world .

 

 I was a late starter in many things including being a dad, with the birth of a daughter in 1997 the 3 most exciting things became empowerment of women and of millennials joyfully across cultures and 2030now. These values may impact my selections for the world record job creating game

 

Publishers of World Record Game of Job Creators The GG Book of World Record Job Creators sample october 2014 jobs agent newsletter

 To play the game : which are top 12 alumni webs your teenagers could learn most from?

Try our 12 links - then swap in or put your choices -queries welcomed chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

 

 

Jim Kim (Youth) World Bank DC -alumni web

Sir Fazle Abed - BRAC Dhaka

George Soros - OpenSoc and INETe Budapest NY London

Muhammad Yunus - Dhaka and Atlanta - stories of banking for 51% w1

 .......................................................................................

AROUND WORLD RECORD JOB CREATION IN 80 SECONDS 
Kim and Sir Fazle  believe that good health and open education develop strong economies and safe banking not vice versa;  

 

 

Asian Millennials

Women4Empowerment

How do world's poorest women build health service networks? BRAC health net,  ..Kim health net

African & Euro Millennials

Americas Milennials

 prioritise women and youth valuations of what borderless livelihoods and sustainable communities are for;  they agree with keynes that uniting the human race to end poverty is the most exciting goal in the world of 2015-2030 

Gandhi Family -city montessori lucknow

-real school and family loving city-wide revolutions

Elearning platforms: khan (san francisco), yazmi (african and asian continent satellites), OLC DC ...

Missing curricula Blecher & south-african global partners; mandela elders, branson, google...

The web's 2 most amazing connectors - berners lee and mit (boston)   alumni , MA and china's sustainable business networks

 - and the unique entrepreneurial revolution purpose that the net generation has first ever chance of celebrating. However they are also deep cultural realists aware of systemic risks of racing to a borderless world as George Soros has often been earliest to help peoples map through open society and rethink economics from ground up- yunus is change world's most cheerful concept brainstormer making many creative agents of the mass tv era look flatfooted. We seek to mediate empowerment  3 millennial groups and women - valuing the 2030now pro-youth governance drivers of accountability,  transparency and collaboration. Open education is the greatest of all open source opportunities. The bottom row links into 4 entrepreneurial revolutions of job creating education that Norman Macrae Foundation with Economist readers and leaders and youth  has been debating since 192 when we first saw students experiments with elearning networks (UK National Development Project of Computer Assisted Learning)

 -help! good news youth correspondents glasgow, budapest. paris, rome, tokyo, dhaka. singapore. lucknow, delhi, seoul, santiago, buenos aires, rio de janiero, panama,  new york, boston, johannesburg, nairobi, addis ababa and can you volunteer too? chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk (linkedin)  or isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com (twitter)  -facebook microeconomics latest of 40 home towns washington dc

 Why are The joint winners of millennials Unacknowledged Giant Award 2015-2030 Jim Kim and Sir Fazle Abed?. It may sound contradictory to nominate the head of the largest NGO BRAC and the most humanly motivated bank for this award. But UG's Keynsian open systems/society valuation of ending poverty leads to this 2030now criterion: awareness by every job creating teacher and every person whose alumni web links in professionals aged 25-35By this criteria Jim Kim and Sir Fazle  are the most undervalued connectors of goodwill according to 43 years of searching for net generation entrepreneurial revolution - but we are always delighted to hear of your votes on what information you feel we have not seen - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - more on JK and FA
 
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washington dc 301 881 1655 linkedin 9500 skype chrismacraedc


COURSE INTRODUCTION:

DONT YOU JUST LOVE ECONOMICS, MEDIA & JOB CREATION?

week1 : 8;times more affordable health -gamechanger free nursing college

Week 2 billion times more job creating education

Video SEARCH
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1 Sept 2014 - my diary's most exciting moments in the next quarter -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk DC 301 881 1655, skype chrismacraedc

dc -world bank meeting on open learning campus

our fan web on OLC is at http://bracnet.ning.com 

new york meeting in fashion4development to honor the world's number 1 job creator, open educator and collaborator in race to end poverty 

helping my 12th grader find a college worthy of her future  -further ref womenuni.com

 

fantasy diary of sur fazle abed- are these the most valuable rumors to spread of sir fazle's end september diary?

[9:18:29 AM] chrismacraedc: http://fazleabed.com the last week of september will be a usually busy time for the leader of the world's largest and most collaborative ngo - in new york it is rumored he will receive women laureates greatest award (our fan web will keep track of this best news for 51% of the world http://www.womenuni.com )

 

up around MIT networks he is likely to accelerate partnerships in the 4 most advanced areas of mobile leapfrogging

cashless banking - tech wizards of http://www.bkash.com same team as mpesa

 

elearning -with a priority focus on neraly free nursng colleges a joint interest of paul farmer at brigham womens hospital and partners in health

 

emarkets (of which the world leader is jack ma in china but mit with its dlab, media lab and tim berners lee can help millennials search more collaboratively than anywhere I know of)

 

e-energy -well solar energy really took off in the villages due to 2 couplinsg with mobiles in the villages- such mobile connectivity is needed for the logistics of microfranchisers of solar energy- one of villagers most valuable uses of electricity is powering up their mobile connectivity with the world 

 

Diary of remembrance parties since father's (norman macrae) death 2010

 

hosted by The Economist

hosted by principal of glasgow univerity

hosted by taddy blecher - - and free entrepreneur universities of africa -with connections to maharishi empowerment metwhods of self from india

hosted by japan ambassador to tokyo with sir fazle abed to consider japan, china and bangladesh 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Naila Chowdhury 1 2  3  4   5   6   7  8   9

From my viewpoint as a Cambridge University MA in statistics, I was privileged to enjoy 2of the most exciting jobs in the world between 1972 and 1984

 

  •  working at UK National Dev Project for computer assisted learning where dad at The Economist and I first saw students test elearning networks- this led to father developing curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist and our 1984 book on how open learning campus maps link  the net generations next 3 billion jobs provided millennials' goals were chosen to be the most human ever raced to and investment in them was valuetrue
  • working with a worldwide partner of MIT professor who had developed early database software- my mission impossible in the 1980s was to research what societies wanted most in over 50 countries and make an open database to inform pro-youth economists and hi-trust designers of media and education

Remembering Norman Macrae

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don't you just love economics and media

well no not unless its brac economics or james wilson economics

BRAC Economics -linkedin group and fazleabed.com

.BRAC economics maximises sustained increases in human livelihoods mediating first those who would otherwise have least to produce in life.

 

How many markets has BRAC freed in the original microeconomic sense of adam smith and maynard keynes?

 

PLEASE HELP LIST BRAC FREE MARKETS - what world bank jim kim and his young professional alumni call net generation value chain transformations. Let's do this now- and then..

 (we can then help worldwide students celebrate these curriculum vitae at open learning campus driven by elarung satellites such as http://www.yazmi.com )

 

Case freeing poultry market. Sir Fazle ABED observed that a 1970s Bangladeshi villager couldnt earn a living with the number of eggs the scrawny village chicken used to lay. So BRAC bred a super chicken that lays many times more eggs. But because it does more work the superchicken needs vet attention. Count up the 5 job descriptions that redesign the value chain of the whole poultry market in bangladesh:
breeding superchicks 
vetting superchicks
villagers laying eggs with superchicks 
now that villages have surplus eggs retaining them to cities
producing chicken feed from land not able to support human crops

 

BRAC is Bangladesh's leader of poultry market. It cooperatively frees the market not by taking profit from the village workers every quarter but my maximising income generation across all 5 microfranchise jobs described above. That's employment for over 100000 previously-poorest people that the "chicken microfinance plus bank "mediates and economically sustains. A microcurrency of a bank that is increasing productivity of all ist members sustainably provides a model of safest banking in the world that brac shares with association of like-minded bank leadershttp://gabv.org

MEDIA SEARCH OF GREATEST JOB CREATING BANKS IN THE WORLD
Can you help us make a list other markets BRAC has freed before villagers went digital in 1996 as well as which markets its partnerships are now racing to digitally leapfrog so as to sustain the most jobs starting with those who would otherwise have had the least livelihoods

 

 

 

Keynes: The #1job of the economist is to end poverty; the greatest economic miracle will be ending poverty in developing nation villages (without telecoms, electricity, running water, roads ...) Since 1972 the open education curriculum for achieving that miracle has been mapped by those who partnered millions of poorest Bangladeshi mothers especially those networked by BRAC's Sir Fazle Abed

Norman Macrae's family would like to thank following world record job creatorsfor animating remembrance parties : sir fazle abed and taddy blecher; and the following Japan Ambassador to Bangladesh, Principal of Glasgow University and Adam Smith Scholars, Boardroom of The Economist

 

 

audio obituary Norman Macrae @ The Economist

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. .British Ambassador to Tokyo: changed the trade & investment links between Britain and Japan

Financial Times: journalist who delighted in paradox with unrivaled ability to foresee the future

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......Don't you just love economics and media?

 

Well NOT unless these 2 systems compound goals of

  1. to end hunger and
  2. sustain optimal livelihoods for all the peoples.
  3. Mediating this was a "crazy" idea started by a Scot in 1843. When Scotland becomes independent again lets hope the Scottish BBC gets back to mediating this on every nightly news. Meanwhile any nationality can spot who uses media and economics to design market sectors that sustain livelihoodshttp://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/the-gg-book-of-world-reco...


Quiz - 1 do you know who the Scot was?

2 What was his innovation in media and economics called?

3 What did Queen Victoria ask him to do?

4 Who will be linking in to 175th anniversary celebrations of his open systems goal.

 


1 JW - James Wilson http://saintjames.tv
2 The Economist
3 Go start an end poverty bank in Calcutta
4 I dont know yet! but mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you'd like to link this or skype chrismacraedc less.......

 

 

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 Youth Capitalism - By Chris Macrae Inspired by Many Generations of Entrepreneurial Economists and The Economist's Norman Macrae CBE (known to me as dad)

Graduating with MA in mathematical statistics from Cambridge University (Corpus Christi College in summer 1973) I have made my focus market models - how to exponentially sustain future freedom of markets so that they help improve 99% of future generation's livelihoods. This is one of 2 "opposing" schools of economists, ideologists and future system designers - see joyful pro-youth economists such as what eg  Moral Sentiments of Adam Smith, James Wilson , Maynard Keynes (especially last 3 pages of General Theory and last chapter of essays in persuasion), Schumacher, Yunus,  Soros Open Society, Boulding, various Japanese leaders of 1960s  to help children all over the planet design systems they need to communally grow up with and use the www collaboratuvely. Some lucky breaks in improving my understanding of auditing trillion dollar markets (those whose purposes are most life critical ) include:

1973-1976 practicing in the most calue multiplying of all netgeneration markets of future: open education  -uk national develoment project of computer assieted learning - what we learnt in those days of experimenting with thousands of students still hasnt been designed into any digital education or community of practice -tell us who your education heroines and heroes are chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk we try and keep notes at www.bracnet.ning.com (let us send you an invitation if you wish to co-edit notes on job creating educators) 

  • 1976-1980 chief statistician for various companies within National Opinion Polls Group of Associated Newspapers
  • 1980-1989 Asia project director of market modeling database with MIT and Paris headquartered boutique analyst firm of greatest social needs in over 100 countries and thousands of product and service markets
  • 1990 -2000 Author of books and founder of associations (Marketing Electoric Learning NET, World Class Brands , Certifiacte of Brand Chartering and Valuing Trilion Dolar Audit Purposes) on corporate branding as unique organising purpose of learning organsiations and valuetrue multiw-in models of goodwill, transparent conflict revolution and exponential sustainability - senior consultant in several Big 5 consultancy and all top 3 ad agencies
  •  2001-on redeveloping father's pro-youth economic curriculum started at The Economist in 1972 when we first became involved in digital learning experiments, and writen upover 12 years (1984 book on the future's next 40 years) as the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution and millennium colaboration goals of net generation- keynoting on how to apply this at some of the biggest risk conferences; linking bottom-up multinational models of father's favorite asian economies from consider japan 1962, China 1975, Bangladesh 2008. Helping tell the stories of how twinning future capitals around billion jobs youth summits will become during 2010s far more valuable a youth movement than even the Olympics became during the 20th century

 My family twitters at myunuslabglobalgrameen and obamauni, we ning at normanmacrae and yunuscity and bracnet and jamiibora, we face at microeconomics, we you tube at socialbusiness, globalgrameen, yunuscentre, safebanks - we web out of varioys spaces including yunusgrameen.tv, brac.tv, wholeplanet.tv, microeducationsummit.com you can also skype me at chirsmacraedc , Washingtin DC region number 1 301 881 1655 email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

My family's 6 generations of mediationing community and cross-cultural projects starts with helping majority of Scots to emigrate in early 19th century, connects with 25 yeras or arbitration with mahatma Gandhi, links the last three quarter of a century of the 175th birthday of The Economist to  be celebrated in 2018 - designed round purspoe of ending hunger and ending capitl abuse of youth. Thyere is no logical reason why worldwide youth of 2010s shouldnt be enjoying the most productive and colaboratuive time- wherever that is not so the media and macroeconomic system errors being spun are greatest maths errors the human race has ever been traped in.

What google doesn't tell you about chis macrae 

 FIRST MILLION YOUTH MOOC words that I value most are collaboration - hence Massive Open Online Collaboration - MOOC is my favorite thing to link youth into- please note the greatest pro-youth economics course starts on coursera 1 sept 2013 http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/10-educators-to-collaborate-around-if-2010s-is-to-find-every 

 7 wonders of pro-youth 21st C

7 clicks to the world of designing 10 times more productive and collaborative youth futures  -coursera sept1brAC number 1 collaboration net in ending poverty and celebrating job creating edu anytime; khanAC anytime; CIDA Africa's free Uni; anything social jack ma is up to next out of china; boston especially mit and partners in health - 7 you tell us RSVP chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Norman Macrae Youth Foundation washingtin dc region hotline 1 301 881 1655 -leadership search web www.wholeplanet.tv

7 wonders Entrepreneurial Revolution Thinkpad - trillion dollar sectors whose purposes need to be pro-youth if net generation is to be the best of times not orwell's big brothers worst of times

..help progress The Economist's 40 year search for pro-youth curricula : energy & food security; health & nursing; financial services: mass media remixed; education; pros and ecos; Org Design for collab entrepreneurial revolution .....

 

back in 1972 my first job helped youth experiment with early digital learning networks ; my dad norman macrae saw this as the greatest entrepreneurial revolution ever- far more significant than steam's industrial revolution -

 

he spent the rest of his life debating Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist trying to make the coming of the internet the greatest pro-youth change the world had ever liberated- the exact opposite of the tv age which he rated as the dumbest most bossy and least purposeful communications man had developed- whether tv had to become one of the top 20 anti-youth monopolies is an interesting debate but the way [oliticians and commerce that cheapens every human motivation used tv has brought us to many brand reality crises - see triple issue of journal of arketing management that I guest edited in 1999 as a summary of what whole truth purposes got lost during second half of 20th century - more webs on this www.worldclassbrands.tv www.brandchartering.com - valuation consequences www.trilliondollaraudit.com - what purpose could each global market sustain or destroy youth with; www.valuetrue.com

 

Goog doesnt tell you I come from several generations of maths people interested in how do we design futures our children most need investment in; I have mostly researched media, education and entrepreneurial economics - especially extreme innovation empowered out of every community

 

 

I do not believe that a media platform that shouts its social is very often - so facebook being my number 2 google is ironic -stillI don't want to close down being identified with microeconomics http://www.facebook.com/microeconomics

 

sidebars are extremely interesting when they are designed to be alongside every message you write- so whats your sidebar

ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION NETWORK BENCHMARKS 2011-20 : Remembering Norman Macrae

best million-youth moocs hosted by economists

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 click pic for norman macraé's last article - 2008 how must we reform wall street if 2001s is not to be more damaging than the great depression?

this eition is a souvenir copy circulated at The Economist Boradroom Remembrance party to Norman Macrae Fall 2010 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTY

hottest youth-spring question of our life and times-can online education end youth unemployment for ever? yes but only if you help map how!

moocyunus launches youtube competition -what would purpose of youth's favorite free online university be?

join blog of moocyunus

 

Online Archives at The Economist- when first seeing youth experiment with digital networks in 1972,

Season's most urgent collaboration debates:

next 100 million jobs nursing

42nd year of 7 wonders if thinkpad of The Economist's genre of Entrepreneurial Revoution

40 years of notes from archives of entrepreneurial revolution 1-7 a...

 

help catalogue top 100 microfranchises

 

help catalogue 100 short videos on right old muddle of anti-youth economists..

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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Main Project webs wholeplanet.tv

microeducationsummit.com including yunusdiary.com bracnet.ning.com taddyblecher.com as lead open education partner of mandela elders and branson 

NormanMacrae.ning.com

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

world favorite moocs-40th annual top 10 league table

  • 1) e-ME
  • 2) 8 week tour of grameen curriculum and uniting human race to poverty museums
  • 3) 8 week tour of brac curriculum and mapping microeducation summit for post 2015 milennium goals

send votes to chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk , Macrae Foundation

  • 4) 8 week tour of africa's free university and entrepreneurial slums
  • 5 what to do now for green energy to save the world in time
  • 6 nurses as 21st world's favorite information grassroots networkers and most economical cheerleaders more

 

 

  • 7 how food security as a mising curricululum of middle schools can co-create more jobs than any nation can dream of
  • 8 pro-youth economics and public servants
  • 9 celebrating china as number 1 creditor nation
  • 10 questions worldwide youth are asking about what was true last decade but false this decade because that's what living in the most innovative era means chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

archives at The Economist



 

Number 1 in Economics for Youth

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 Help needed to breakthrough the top 20 anti-youth mono0plies that we have diarized in The Economist and elsewhere over the first 40 years of experiments with online education -2013 is a happy year as the 4 education monopolies -what's taught at what cost, what's researched, what's examined at what cost, what is accredited at what cost - are being broken through by millions of youth at a time

-to see open education breakthroughs in maths go here

to see open education breakthroughs in knowing enough about health to be communalloy invaluable go here and here

-help us research the other top 10 breakthroughs killions of youth need most next - economics starts here and here on 1 sept 2013

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2013  Year of MOOC &170th Year of The Economist being Founded to End Hunger

2010s = Worldwide Youth's most productive and collaborative decade

 

 

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 Story : Norman's Last public birthday party age 85 was hosted at Royal Automobile Club with Muhammad Yunus as chief guest- Norman Macrae Foundation arranged for 2000 yunus social business book club to be sampled free around worldwide youth and provided the support needed for two birthday wish parties - dr yunus 69th in Dhaka june 2009 and Scottish interdependence weekend celebrating dr yunus 70th birthday wishes in Glasgow 4 July 2010 - one of dr yunus' wishes was a journal f social business- to date over 10000 issues have been sampled physically- download your free online copy by clicking above -log up intercity sightings you think woulod make yunus proud at http://yunuscity.ning.com ; help us trach yunus main worldwide leadership partners at http://leadersandyunus.ning.com

NMYF has arranged 10 visits to Bangladesh since 2007 enabling dozens of edgy youth entrepreneurs yo part6icpate- we have sample 10000 free dvds of what yunus co-workers invite you to collaborate on - www.yunus10000.com

 

our greatest discovery was hosted during a NM remembrance party at the Japanese Embassy in 2012 - there we linked in withy some of Bangaldesh's greatest youth open technology wizards and educational networks - to catch up with collaborations linking in with that please go to http://bracnet.ning.com -or if replicating any of Bangaldesh's 200 open microfranchises for ending poverty is important for communities where you network - please contact norman macrae foundation and wherever possible we will link you into the deppest practice leaders of particular microfranchsi9e solutions

 

Or if you wish to co-host a norman macrae entrepreneurial revolutionary rembranc party to massively increase collaboration in your locality please tell us

 

Foundation Norman Macrae- The Economist's Pro-Youth Economist

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Diary of ChrisMacrae.com

Please suggest ways I can use my time to accelerate massive pro-youth collaborations especially in open education -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washingtin dc hotline 1 301 881 1655

August -90 minute interview with Rheingold in san francisco ; help form conscious capitalism chapter DC; interviewed some mooc youthy at MIT Boston;  entered into MOOC competitiuon debriefing UCal Irvine next month; waiting for feedback on white paper on how BRAC can most help the MOOC world of youth

September 6th time judging a pan-state yunus social business competition - this time in new Hampshire; expecting to make 11th trip to Bangladesh

 

as at august 2013 google chris macrae and you would see this

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when in Bangla people I need to understand better : daddaughter - refer to MOOC at bllog http://youth10000education.blogspot.com on how an of youth's 10000 greatest job creators will come from education? to help research other practices that will contribute to youth's 10000 greatest job creators please join us at worldcitizen.tv

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 10 Curriculum of Net Generation Futures 1975-2025


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Norman Macrae
Norman Macrae, Japan Order of Rising Sun with Gold Bars, CBE was a British economist, journalist and first author of internet generation (& 21st C pro-youth economics), considered by some to have been one of the world's best forecasters when it came to economics and society -dad valued youth more than any economist or journalist or mass mediated public servant I have met- what were his methods?

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 Introduction- my father Norman Macrae at The Economist and I, Chris Macrae ,shared a live changing moment in 1972 when we first saw 500 youth sharing knowledge online around an early digital network. Father coined the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist to debate the future leaders' compound consequences of this greatest communictaion revolution ever to connect one generation of the human race. I went to work for 4 years at The UK National Development Project for Computer Assisted Learning. Week 2 looks at lessons from our first 10 years of debating whether the net generation would be the most productive time to be alive. It is based on our book written in 1982 and first published in English in 1984 to provide an alternative tour to the future to Orwell's big brother endgame. My father had been mentored by Keynes immediately afer world war 2 that economists were only capable nof compounding two opposite outcomes - designing or destroying the futures that 99% of parents most want for their next generation. He spent his life optimistically editing pro-youth economic ways of valuing purposes of man-led systems. In particula,r his book on the Net Generation focuses on 7 wonders - markets whose purposes would most be to be freed to sustain invetsment in 21st C youth around heroic collaboration goals and sustainable integration of millions of communities into a globalisation that multiplied hi-trust as well as hi-tech.

 ...............................................................what we learnt at The Economist 1975-1985

Potentiallly planet-shatering risks to the net generation which we chaptered in our book included:

Lack of sufficiently open systems

Failure to prioritise man's greatest risk being the discrepancies between incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations

Seeing web as an extension of advertising instead of an the smartest media opportunity to transform education

Failing to blend emotions of human and machine intelligence in such a way that technolgy is celebarted for creating new more exciting jobs. In particular not transforming from industrial age scarcity of things that ger consumed up to knowledge whose economy has abundance because knowhow can multiply value in use

Not valuing nature's evolutionary invitation to design systems that are bottom-up and open, instead of the way industrial age drifted towards top-down and closed especially as the west's "democracies" started to drown in tv advertsing spots during 3rd quarter of 20th C (the exact opposite of free markets let alne free speech as Adam Smith had intended)

 what we learnt at world class brands 1985-1995

My work during 1980s was mainly with market models developed at MIT. I helped test a wide range of the world;s largest new products as corprations started to go global in their decision-making power. Remember that back in 1980 the fastest way a mulinational company could share written knowledge was on paper ticketape pumped out by telex machines- whereas by 1990 digital info networks were being installed into the bigegst corporates. We discovered ever bigger gaps between ad age's global imaging and the purposes that local societies most wanted market categories to sustain. Thats why we published how to charter the search for greatest organisational purposes - who in the world would uniquely miss what if this organsisation, network or market either didnt exist or wasnt led pursposefully?Recently Whole Foods CEO has revitalised the quest for purpose inviting ceos to join in benchmarking conscious capitalism >Whole Foods wastes next to nothing onh tv advertsising  empowering it to celebrate through communiti9es a trio of whole purposes -kidsfoundationplanetfoundation as well as nutritious foods.

 what we learnt at trillion dollar audit 996-2005

Trillion Doloar markets greatest risks are not systems that are too big to fail but ones that are too big to exist. 

even if you have catalogued the most brilliant methods of faciitating massiive co-innovation, systems get over-trumped by what metrics are audited and rewarded most often. I spent the 1990s in world's largest manageent consultants and ad agencies- shockingly they had no audits of multi-win models needed to transform to a borderless age let alone any whole truth valuations of the greatest purposes that value exchanges of productivities and demands need to exponentially sustain if parents are going to successfully  invest in next generation out of every community

 what we learnt from milennium goal summits 2005-2015

Fater.s 1984 work had predicted 2005 as year when man recognised its greatest risk as discrepancies in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations even as virtual worlds of productivity make nation's borders the riskiest wherever externalisation economics rules. So this is our decade from learning from the greatest grassroots system designers and mobilising of open tech. Dad's last articles were written in 2008 after 85th birthday celebration guested by Muhammad Yunus. The Consider Bangladesh brochure is one we use to celebrate remembrance parties of dad- 3 so far in different hemisphers since Norman's oarting in 2010

 

Where we value "greatest" as gravitating round life critical needs including maximising prodiuctve lifetimes of all 7 billion beings

 next steps

 1 Curriculum - 6 weeks tour of world's most collaborative NGO BRAC

6 week guided tours curricula to other exciting collaboration ngos - eg grameen, jamii bora  ; guide  to what you and youth would most celebrate showing Nobel Laureate Muhamad Yunus if he visited your city or region

      
 2 curriculum of youth entrepreneur in 2010s http://www.wholeplanet.td/ decade necessary for worldwide youth can be more productive, sustainable and heroic than ever before thanks to million times more collaboration tech than when man raced to moon      
 3 curriculum of bottom-up green energy including clean water and go beyoind carbon waste value chain      
 4 transparency curriculum of compound risk in a borderless world      
 5 curriculum of financial literacy      
 6 curriculum of open nursing, mobilising extremely affordable healthcare      
 7 curriculum of value chains of food including food security, nutrition      
 8 curriculum of asian pacific collaboration century begun in The Economst 1976      
 9 curriculum of uniting human race around millennium goals networking begun in 1984 book mapping next 49 years      
 ...      
 11 curriculum of jobs competitions      
 12 curriculum to nation's most collaborative entrepreneurial investments in community broadband      
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

SUMMARY PERSPECTIVE -last update new years day 2013

Since 1972, when dad at The Economist and I first saw hundreds of young people sharking knowhow around a digital network, we have been pssionate about valuing leaders who see 2010s is humanity's most exciting decade - things will go very well if we can massively and openly invest in youth's most exciting (productive and sustaiable) uses of million times more collaboration technology than any previous generation. However as a statistician who has worked on large media projects, I see an increasing gap between the purposes most of 7 billion people need the largest trillon dollar markets to locally serve and what purpsoes world's largest organsaitions are being governed around. Dialogues on this exponential crisis of compound opportunity and risk have been animated since 1972 in The Economist around the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution. Here is part of my 2013 diary that I can already map -great to join in with your if we can share any youth win-win interests chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION NETWORK FUTURE-NOW  2020-2011 : Remembering Norman Macrae




 

Number 1 in Economics for Youth

The unacknowledged giant 

 2013 Q1

Alabama 18 January update 4th state to empower winnng youth of yunus entrepreneur competitions with all the relevant resources public education system can offer

February mainly debriefing with MIT networks advancing MOOCs and MIT100k global challenges

March energy. open tech and education dialogues with Bangladesh's 42 years of leaders of bottom-up and collab networking- links across Entreprenurial Revolution's most passionate leaders with support of Japan et al. Invitation every way we can to China to join in

Norman Macrae Foundation www.NMfound.net

www.microeducationsummit.com & www.considerbangladesh.com NMfound education and journalism projects since 2008; www.worldclassbrands.tv a NM found leadership valuation project since 1988

5801 Nicholson Lane Suite 404 N.Bethesda MD 20852Tel 301 881 1655 email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk


isabellawm.com -helping youth live up to future history charters such as: We Create What We Want.
We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there.
We achieve what we want to achieve.
We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not!
We believe we can create a poverty-free world.
We need to invent ways to change our perspective.
We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. .
Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world.
Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities.
Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit.
They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental.
The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force
Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own.
Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent.
Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity.
Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.”
Source : http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/2006/yunus-lecture-en.html

 2013Q2

review what mandela partners of free university wish to celebrate next- first test run in breaking down silos all over washington dc so that youth's most exciting ideas are mediated and where appropriate funded

map top 10 networks converging on call for microeducationsummit including survey of which embassies wish to emerge an association for actioning orahanages as  job-creating hubs wherever orphan networks can play a large part in youth's future productivity

continue to engage any DC institute that is bringing bottom-up transparency mapping to value chains of which feedthefuture.gov is claimed to be signature movement of Obama 2.1

 2013Q32013Q4 

Resources of Future Historians and Pro-Youth economists  

RESOURCES of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant

 

Dedicated to The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant (aka dad: Norman Macrae) 

2010s Millennium Goals Decade of Million Times More Colllaboration than Moon Rac Decade

ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION NETWORK BENCHMARKS  2011 : YEAR 27/40 OF DOUBLING KNOWLEDGE NETS

Micro ECONOMIC SYSTEMS DESIGNS

JAMII BORA

GRAMEEN

BRAC

WholePlanetFoundation

INVESTMENT MODELS

SB100

SB51

UNIVERSITY OF STARS-

Social Imoact Bond Model

LOCAL-GLOBAL CONNECTIONS

THE-HUB.NET YEAR 8

MICROCREDITSUMMIT YEAR 15

Convergences2015 Year 7

ARTISTS PEACE CORPS YEAR 3

PORTALS FOR FUTURE CAPITAL

DANONE COMMUNITIES.COM

MFICONNECT.COM

SB STOCKMARKETS -

http://eujobsmakerstour.crowdmap.com

EDUCATION

THELEARNINGWEB.NET

CITY MONTESSORI SCHOOL

FREE UNIVERSITY

MIT entrepreneur netwiorks

Youth1000 Job Creation Brainstorms

 

Green Billion Jobs include

*Energy*Sustainable agriculture, fish, water*Zero waste, zero carbon Power of photosynthesis has barely been accesses Positice biotech - see also paul nurse vision for london as world centre of good biotech http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01cx7x0
Deep community Billion Jobs  include*Edu to be microentrepreneur*Heath/well being/nutrition knowhow*Celebrating Crosscultural and peace heroines in community*Artisan value chains celebrating local handicrafts or diversity of ingredients*Compound errors of the last 60 years of  western macroeconomics has wrongly leveraged youth's futures; the least we could do is make youth's millennium goals central to investments and their productive lifetimes1 million times more collaborative Tech bilion jobs include*Distributed profession-in-village*Replicating anything digitally coded - eg jack ma -million whiteboxes of ebay*Totally new process economics- eg digital cash*Smartest of media and edu worlds not dumbest of both*Bringing down degrees of separation (digital divides) on life critical or market pricing sensitive knowhow- revolutions of isolated countries- see eg new zealand*Changing value chain so smallest can aim at quality*Abundancy economics- eg most knowledge multiplies value in use unlike clarity of consuming things up

MORE:

PLACE LEADERS : QUEEN OF SPAIN, QUEEN OF JORDAN –Sustainability ER Celebrations Consider Bangladesh, Kenya , ...

FACILITATION METHODS: OPEN SPACE

MICROWORLD PRIZES : ASHDEN AWARDS ENERGY

CHINA: ALI BABA

FUTURE NOW FACILITATORS : ALVIN TOFFLER ALUMNI

MORE NEEDED: infotech for poor summit; goodwill media; 2020 youth goals; UNPRO 100; top10 trillion $ audits

Back In 1971, on the future of finance, NM wrote:

The rich countries of the world are probably going to go into balance of payments deficits with the poor ones. Most of our international financial mechanisms are prepared for the opposite. Are multinational companies going to be an efficient means of exporting capital around the world? There is a fine old muddle about this arising out of a lack of discrimination between the effects of a) different countries' balances of payments, and b) the mobilisation of savings. The consequences will be important for the future of banking business over the next two to four decades. It may even be that on this unexpected hinge that the fate of the whole interantional economic system will swing.

The Next 40 Years 1972-2012, Norman Macrae The Economist

I am pretty sure my dad had a method not luck. If anyone finds it before I do, hope you will share.

chris macrae

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk writes: what sort of knowleddge-doings do you most like to multiply : me Media, knowledge-trusts, and ending risks- taster of my knowledge multiplying period at EU 2001-2004:

  uniofstars.ppt - PowerPoint Presentation File Format: Microsoft Powerpoint - View as HTML
Chris Macrae/ValueTrue.com. 1. Peacemaking brand architecture. an unusual case study. My PROBONO networking project for next 5 years ...
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UPDATE 2010 http://www.singforhope.org/
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This work also connects with the future history shifts of networking economies and societies first published as Norman Macrae's 2024 Report in 1984 whilst ...
www.knowledgeboard.com/download/624/governingtrustflow.ppt   Update www.worldeconomist.net

1.        Grassroots Evaluation of Intellectual Capital of Nations ...

Jan 13, 2004 ... Author: Chris Macrae; Publisher: KnowledgeBoard; Date: 13-Jan-04 ... Chris Macrae Open the third spaces every way we can ...
www.knowledgeboard.com/item/960/23/5/3 - Update www.considerbangladesh.com,
  
 

Valuing Trust Joy, & Organising Human Systems - Starting to Know ...

Author: Chris Macrae; Publisher: KnowledgeBoard; Date: 07-Jun-03; Categories: Emotional Intelligence, Knowledge Angels; Sections: ...
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 #032 - Knowledge Management : An Overview - KnowledgeBoard

Jun 19, 2002 ... NHS, Manon van Leeuwen of Fundecyt, Chris Macrae of Valuetrue, ... Again from Chris Macrae, in Communities and Cooperation, CORE DOCUMENTS: ...
www.knowledgeboard.com/cgi-bin/item.cgi?id=1204 
 
   

 

My exponential purpose in 2010s
To network with leaders like Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus
to see if we can make 2010s most exciting decade - the one in which we sustain the world by changing economics

WHY?

Family tree connects the dots of Adam Smith's economics intended to exponentially sustain growth of every community and place : value multiplying goodwill through win-win-win system exchanges, not extraction economics' lose-lose-lose maths. Compound Risk Paradox forewarned by the team of Gandhi, Einstein, Montessori : to explore how to go way above zero-sum even while all global  professions monoply rule with zero-sum mindsets.

HOW?

2011: selectively make social business loans connecting 3000 leaders and youth through  with knowhow of adam smith, muhammad yunus and everyone who purpose is to grow win-win-wins communally -and since 1984 through collaboration networking ...through projects of worldcitizen.tv focus selectively on collaboration cities (& global villages) that my most trusted interpersonal connections may be able to reach : Dhaka, Glasgow, Paris, Princeton, Africa, New York, DC, (looking next for somewhere in India, China, Japan, Spain) - and worldwide hubs   

2012 ... ???

What productive collaborations am I urgently serching for?

 

What should an optimistic maths and media guy like me do with an obsession that has grown on me since 1976 thanks to 2 people : dad and muhammad yunus with special gifts for microeconomics and entrepreneurial revolution:- the 2010s is the most exciting decade to be on earth because its the time when the net generation will irreversibly design globalisation to compound one of 2 opposite futures –

1 where productive jobs grow and grow as our race unites in ensuring a future where no child is born into a place where their her life is stilted by poverty or wars or families and communities are so mentally or physically sick that there is neither chance of education nor healthy development  ;

2 the other -Orwell's Big Brother scenario also voiced by many system thinkers including Einstein and von neumann-  where good jobs are increasingly destroyed because technology is valued as investment that replaces human beings and what is actually happening is our species has turned against investing in the future of youth-  a compound disaster already emerging in richer world’s walled streets, madoff venues, and collapsing euros as well as well as making the life of the poorest girls in the world even worse than it ws before today’s most wonderful technology existed  

 

STRENGTH 1976-2004 has proven 10 times more economical community models exist for all life critical service needs if we choose to network them sans frontiers

 WEAKNESS - we have not helped youth to use the net and worldwide interactive freedoms to replicate sustainability solutions; and intergenertionally we are not well prepared for - let alone investing in - 2010s defining economics challenge- will we use the new tech to create jobs or destroy jobs at an expoentially acceleraring rate?

 OPPORTUNITY- engaged the world's more resourced organistionl systems and owners of the wondrous technologies- look at what collaboration partnerships can do http://erworld.tv/ http://yunusuni.com/ http://danonecommunities.com/  http://grameenjapan.tv/ http://worldcitizen.tv/

and celebrate http://202020.tv/ http://2012sustainability.com/

 THREAT - transform old 20th century professions that use "separation" rules and who value things as investments not people and who use tv media to dumb down not educate and who make boundaries between countries the greatest compuound risks. The maps we need in 2010s help peoples integrate a world where collabortion can empower people to be 10 times more productive than zero-sum governance and bring down degrees of separation on all life critical knowhow
 

What friends and I can offer is to connect you with these 4 ways to create jobs in communities- ways whose worldwide map need to interconnect people at every local hub of need and productivity  but where you can start with where your experience and goodiwill connections can multiply by knowing how to quest for fellow job creators.

 

Two people’s work since 1976 inspires me most – my dad who until his death in june 2010 challenged me weekly to take the urgency of this challenge seriously with everything I do, and dr muhammad yunus who first invited me to see him and the 8 million female entrepreneurs who own the bank for the poor he founded in bangladesh in an email I received xmas day 2007 . Dr Yunus wanted to know why my dad was sponsoring my friends and i to be at the centre of 1000 yunus book club of social business and economics for youth.

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As a MA in Statistics University of Cambridge I have spent my life collecting huge amounts of data and then turning these into mapping games (and models) enabling leaders and communities to make different decision choices than they otherwise would. Some of these time periods ran concurrently : 5 years spent trying to understand Bangladesh Social Business Models... I would try and collaborate with anyone seriously concerned about 2010s being sustainability's decade with all to play for regarding future generations - a decade far more entrepreneurially exciting than the moon race humans united round in the 1960s - see eg http://yunusdiary.com for some scenarios that seem to me minimal goals for us to map and network round now.6 years spent on the behavioural interactions of computer assisted learning; I also worked with my father (microeconomist at The Economist for 40 years) co-authoring The 2024 Report in 1984  (published year later in USA as 2025 Report)- would the net generation sustain or destroy the world's future?- both global sysetm exponential trajectories being possible depending on whether Wall Street macxroeconomics continues to shred the peoples community economics and creative rights to jobs as microentrepreneurs - there is little probability of an in between endgame; mo0re at futurehistorian.tv20 years spent on professional and transparency crises in valuing intangibles and global brand leadership/partnerships; 15 years spent collecting data on deepest social needs of thousands of markets in over 40 countries particularly in Asia, Europe USA;  more at journalofsocialbusiness.com
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#1 During 2000's Bangladesh became my favourite collabration nation- in fact the only one whose knowhow can sustain the world from the terrifing big brother and wall street spin we're still in. Prior to this decade my family's only link with Bangla was dad NormanMacrae.com had taught hmself economics there as a teenager waiting to fly RAF planes before being menotored by keynes and writing up the economics of the secoind half of the 20th centuy and the net generation beyond as well as noting Sunshades in October mistakes that old generations of economist poverty chain societies to 

Help us (rsvp info @worldcitizen.tv ) prepare for james wilson's microeconomics 2.0 showing at the 160th celebrations of his first social business games 



Entrepreneurial system mapmakers believe the 2010s are the most exiciting decade because this time will uniquely be that where citizens around the world question collaboration partnering (CP) as the new source of innovation and national advantage - more than that sustainability exponentials for future human generation will be won or lost. Interested? Help us focus each years's greatest challenge rsvp if you vote for a different one (rsvp info @worldcitizen.tv to nominate a CP boardgame or to join our sponsors : 9 year olds, 12 year olds ....

  • 2010 grow citizen debates through decade on how to create billion jobs with mobile and web's tech revolutions
  • 2011 can our global village age design a micro union of nations whose whole truth is that sustaned growth of all their economies depend on collaborating with each other as well as not excluding any nation that newly gets microeconomics collaborative empowerment;
  • 2012 can londoners smartten up the globalisation's mass media photo call of being olympics game hosts and change the bbc to be a citiznen owned social business public broadcaster whose greatest world service is open curiositiy in investigating sustanability agendas -where is social business's first anchor woman and will she get as much freedom of voice as macroeconomics news analysts
#2 During 2000s I made a mistake of diluting my focus on system design transparency of global media and sustainability of the world's biggest global markets -so resolutions include stopping trying to help people transparency map every region of globe; I am looking for hi-trust people to take over my africa connections because its the place I have least experience of - a quick overview of sorts of editing connections in africa I made in 00s can be seen at http://africanidol.tv/ and http://kibera.tv/
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.SURVEY TO 1000 SUSTAINABILITY FRIENS - WHAT WILL IT TAKE DURING 2010S TO REGAIN SUSTAINABILITY OF ALL PEOPLES & PLACES?

In 33 years of survey research, this has been my longest running survey – since summer 2006

 

Here I present my conclusion as well as brief context of 3 generations of system designers who contribute to perspective urgency and requirement for worldwide collaboration .If you as one of the 1000 friends mailed this have a different short reply to the subject and would like it published alongside mine at http://chrismacrae.com – send it me and I will publish it. If you don’t want to publish something but do want to group in this topic please join http://sustainabilityteens.com which I will keep open for a week after which entry will require clarification of what support a person can bring to the group

 Conclusion : Collaboration is the new innovation advantage of nations and other sustainable networks of systems capable of vaue multiplying above zero-sums.  The only person with enough practice and love of solving this problem who also has world stage networking gravity is dr muhammad yunus. Let's all get connecting in sustainability projects around him. 

Although networks around Dr Yunus came up with many micro solutions up to 2005, what changed Yunus as well as his scope of influencing sustainability was becoming world famous with his nobel peace price o 2006. More than that he started testing the value multiplying economics of partnerships the first typology to start connecting with his back of community up social business solutions and the nobel world stage were global corporate brands.

 

 In November 2009 he launched the global grameen collaboration partnering game in sustainability –with 100 alumni at volkswagen’s autostadt conference centre in wolfsburg near Berlin as part of Germany’s week long celebrations of the 20th fall of the wall which . Sustainability’s collaboration partner now appears to have at least 12 interconnectng system typologies. The combinatorial impacts of micro up, collaboration across different system silos and the world stage cannot be over-estimated but you have to rehearse the game in your own mind and with your peer professions or practices to see why http://ww.globalgrameen.com

 

The likelihood that the 2010s would be humanity’s most critical decade for sustainability has been trailed by family’s 3 generations of system designers

 

My maternal grandfather as high court judge in mumbai argued for much of 25 years with Gandhi  -one bar of london barrister to another -and Einstein  before power that be around him agreed it was time to help with the legalese of India’s independence; core to gandhi’s system transformation was the aha! that it was the UK professions (including the law he had himself mastered)  that were compounding under colonial rule the loss of his people’s sustainability. Einstein who refereed a lot of Gandhi’s transformation moves went on record : when the time comes that man’s technology globalises connections between nations, peoples and nature, I hope but do no expect that humanity will succeed in transforming  to a higher order than historic professions separated.

 

My father www.normanmacrae.com  taught himself economics as a teenager while waiting to fly RAF planes out of Bangladesh. After ww2 he went up to cambridge being the last generation to be mentored by Keynes. He wrote up the future history of free market economics from his desk at The Economist for mist of the second half of the 20th century. Famously his 1960 Sunshades in October he explained how economic theory serially compounds greatest system risks from elder economists who has nicely patched system failures in ways that were right for that time but who then spun macroeconomics off in another  direction which would need younger generations to correct it. In his 25 December 1976 survey Entrepreneurial Revolution – he predicted a missing system of microeconomics would need finding –and worldwide celebrating by a NoBel Laureate -  by early in century 21 if sustainability  was not to be lost –the greatest challenge ever to face one generation –our networking generation

My own work integrates transparency of mapping to combat how both media and metrics professions have spiraled globalisation fallibly thus opening up brand and metric solutions – these are congruent to microeconomcs system and collaboration designs of Dr Yunus but clearly not as simple as the sustainability games he now invites us all to urgently collaborate around

Who am I? Accidentally I have spent all my career helping people handle world famous identities. So did my 2 grand fathers (one with Gandhi, the other British embassy consular between the 2 world wars), and my father who worked at The Economist 1950 (4th ranked weekly English newspaper, 1989 one of a kind global magazine). It wasnt until 1984 when I co-authored a book questioning the sustainability exponentials of globalisation's generation 1984-2024, and 1988 when I authored World Class Brands that I realised what my primary working role in life is. The first quality I need to help people handle (systemise) world famous identities is for myself to be unknown ; I also hope it's true that I have little self-ego other than when I have decided that an unique organising purpose is vaut le voyage. more
I started work 36 years ago after a earning a postgraduate diploma in mathematical statistics at the University of Cambridge, Corpus Christi College; prior to that I earned a BA with First Class Honours & Prize at University of York. Here is the subject I have spent more of my time becoming experienced in than any other. To clairfy: I only accept work where people are asking for advice on how not to prevent systemic organisational destruction or how to sustain purpose so that all sides grow health and wealth. On some occasions I do pro bono work for organisations that are best benchmarks for the world but as yet are not known by all the people who could be replicating their value multiplying purpose- something that the networking age can be as huge an opportunity for as it is a risk of replicating purpose destruction systems.
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 Hello you can question my life's concepts or anyone i (net)work with most via chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington DC tel 301 881 1655 -active collaborations dhaka 1 2
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.Life 1.0 : 22 years studying to be a mathematician (how to abuse maths and science guys)- BA maths first with distinction and prize university york;  postgraduate diploma in mathematical statistics uni cambridge (corpus christi college)


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.third of a century applying maths to mapping innovation systems including computer learning networks, entrepreneurial revolution, valuing brands that are best for world learning and interaction, trillion dollar audit of global market sector responsibilty/sustainability challenges
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current most critical project in my network's life

what I claim to have helped coin or renew original meaning of

stories –and reality storytellers - that inspire me most

the very few system frameworks mathematical I believe are whole enough to interface with other innovation systems without compounding risk of taking a wring turn to vicious spiralling meltdown

Most critical project in my network's life

 

PRESS RELEASE

 Future Capitalism – Entrepreneurship for Life Shaping Innovation & Sustainability InvestmentMicroBrief for The First Youth Dialogue on Future Capitalism with Muhammad Yunus and Bangladesh Microeconomics leaders 29 June 2009. http://yunusforum.net/  

This bottom-up field of leadership practice and microeconomic mapping was grounded since 1971 with Birth of Bangladesh as a nation and the immediate challenge of million person famine. Networks of collaborative innovation pioneered Unique Frameworks of Future Capitalism summarised below.

 Bangladesh Third century of Epicentre of Entrepreneurial Revolution 1976

While the Economist Christmas 1976 Survey of ER mapped why a sustainable world would need a Next Capitalism and entrepreneurial revolution by 2010, Bangladesh became the practice epicentre inviting the world to join in

 

From outset, life changing foci of Future Capitalism included : healthcare, education for job creation, ecologies of water/food/energy, banking, media and channels, professional hippocratic oaths, bottom-up governance and government. First two world changing innovation grassroots networks : BRAC’s oral rehydration village nursing network early 70s , Grameen’s microcredit – banking for poor female and community entrepreneurs project since 1976 (constitution 1983).

 

FC1 Social Business Entrepreneur Networks since 1974

FC2 Social Action Grassroots Networks since 1974

FC0 National to Global Dialogues since 1989

FC3 MicroSummit  Interactive www Networks since 1997

FC4 Global Industry Sector Responsibility 1.0 and millennium goal since 1997

FC5 Global Industry Sector Responsibility  2.0 Partnerships & Trillion Dollar Audit since 2006

First book mapping Bangladesh’s Bottom-Up Third Century of Microeconomics , Microentrepreneurship and Future Capitalism 2007 – Creating a World Without Poverty- Social Business, Future of Capitalism , Muhmmad Yunus

 5 Things FC is systematically evolving round in interacting community-rising maps with www networks

5.1 Our win-win-wing generation’s united space race to end poverty

5.2 Strategy: global industry sector responsibility and leadership partnerships

5.3 Youth School of journalism of microeconomics and social business modeling

5.4 Sustainability Investment and Transparency Trillion Dollar Audit

5.5 Networks open sourcing social business replication designed to integrate localities into win-win-win global and professional transformation of MBA to SMBA

    5 Corrections to Misleading macroeconomic journalism 

January 2008: The Financial Times reviewer who called social business and FC a flimsy new idea had no idea of a third of a century of work which Bill Clinton has called Bangladesh’s new development economy model 

 

Since 1974; Whilst social business entrepreneurship is modeled on Gandhian beliefs it differs from the American view of social entrepreneurship coined in 1978. Social Business entrepreneurs insist on seeing a sustainable cashflow model and ownership by community poorest. Sustainability design and valuation governance turn social businesses into the deepest of all entrepreneurial network challenges at the innovation, practice and replication stages.

 

Based in transparent microeconomics , FC helps everyone return to the original free market language of the entrepreneur as person who makes more jobs than he takes. This is one of the reasons why FC is the only whole system approach to sustainability investment funding. To study this 5 key periods in reporting are commended:

 

· The Speech made to Bangladesh youth by the chair of the Nobel committee summer 2008 in opening the Nobel Museum above the Mirpur slum in Dhaka

· The Millennium Citation of the Gandhi Prize to Muhammad Yunus 2000 for reuniting the Eastern fields of Gandhian Satyagraha and the western field of entrepreneurship

· The Economist 1976 survey on entrepreneurial revolution;

· The founding Scottish prospectus for The Economist in 1843,

· What Adam Smith and his French and Scottish entrepreneurial alumni actually wrote about transparency, free markets and national integration in the second half of the 18th century

 

Today’s global banking meltdown is also about a global market failure to segment basic banking needs from banking for the very rich. In contradistinction, Microcredit’s third of a century has innovated 10 times lower cost banking around basic services of credit for income generation ad deposits for household saving. It offers the safest banking in the world but can only be designed where national laws do not discriminate against its transparency of community-up operations. The latest mobile develops suggest that 100 times lower cost banking is a reasonable goal within a decade http://bankabillion.org

 

However, it is not reasonable to value sustainable designs of microcredit just by narrow banking metrics. This is because hi-trust microcredit networks invest in a bottom-up infrastructure for empowering all life-critical entrepreneurial replications that communities vote as life critical. Not only has internet for the poor become a major enabler in the last 15 years but microentrepreneurial networks now offer world leading contributions to open sourcing solar and other renewable energy franchises.

Meanings I helped coin

internet learning revolution (since 1973) 

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marketer (as defined by a co-worker when we were both being fired by Coopers & Lybrand in 1995 after 5 years of questioning whether global accountas were valuing the world's most valuable intangible systems in a sustainable way)- don't you just love being a m narketert- its the only job in the world where you are doing well if 5% of the concepts you help people debate are called right - explanation the origin of the marketer before mass tv advertising took over was to research what people outside company most desperately needed and then discuss concepts until one united every constituency from next customer in vital need to new product r&D to leaders concerned with how would we scale this new to the world innovation up to people in every department who could unite around a system introducing so many value win-win-wins that everyonme in the world who knew about the servce compass of the product wanted to connect their lifetimes with it and coild freely do so because it opened up so much value - example of such a concet - internet 

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

June 29 Meeting dhaka
we are trying to invite 2 groups of people
- those with extraordinary influence for community-rising replications and who can help dr yunus with a breakthrough
and youth or others who want to network social businesses as a lifelong pursuit;
we aim to map and identify 7 areas of community sustainability potential compasses for microsummits) around which we catalogue everything and identify who's interested in bridging one or more areas
1 banking and financial services
2 health
3 energy and agriculture
4 vocational and network-age education to first job
5 media and channels including internet and mobile and hosting large meeting formats, and also micropublications -eg we have at least 1 publishing house concept we pilot in dhaka before trying to get western publishers to do a glpssy version iof 
6 SMBA or transparent professions -metrics and system franchising maps of compound sustainability investment and purposeful goodwill multiplication as opposite to quarterly monetary extraction; microeconomics as the opposite and only sustainable way round system to macroeconomics
7 government that empowers place/peoples 
both myself and my father who deputy edited The Economist have professional interests in areas 5 and 6 though as future history writers our 1984 book caused us to search out most of the same sustainability compasses http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html
I am currently 'certain" we will have an influential opinion leader on energy - the BBC broadcaster Paul Rose; and 90% certain we will have someone extraordinary on education - probably one of the founding 4 of India's and the world's largest school http://cmseducation.org an extraordinary social business
On media we will have someone from Vivian Montaigu De Norris'  YunusMovie in paris - I believe you shared a luncheon table with her at worldcongress -the belief Vivian has in Dr Yunus is unlike anyone I have met
I am waiting to see if one of TheGreenChildren pop group can come but it sounds as if until their album is released they cant make any appointments. I will be asking heads of various Grameen-related organisations like sam daley harris and vidar jorgensen  to come but expect they will say that they will find out what happens but not directly participate. American subnetworks of Yunus are in my opinion over-competitive so I keep on offereing inviotations to colaborate but am used to being turned down.
My friends and I will keep trying in other areas. For example my family know the former head of the royal society of medicine and he is looking at a future capitalism partnership but he may come up with a delegate to June 29.
Among youth I am trying to get a reprsentative from key university cities including Boston New York, DC, LA as well as Europe. A particular focus this year is the USA because of both the banking crisis and the opportunity and threat that every yes we can network that Obama stands for will get distracted.
We want to ensure that on June 29 that we either have a delegate or at least a leaflet of links on every live youth network Dr Yunus has built. Unlike the searches form social business and future capitalism, the chapter 11 invitations of Dr Yunus book are behind plan, but critical to scaling up and replication strategies. We also invite youth to voice what isnt working for them yet to join in
Saskia we'd love to have someone from your networks particpating on june 29; if that's not possible let's make sure we have all the lnks to what you are doing in a leaflet we can give all our delegates
I should say that Mostofa Zaman has been working on youth connections with yunus secretariat almost since the Nobel prize. He was one of the origins of the yunusforum request by citizens in many countries to connect around Dr Yunus. He has been specifically briefed to identify 5000 Youth ambassadors who want to help replicate social business franchises between bangladesh and anywhere in the world; coming from Bangladeshi villages he also knows just about every different business diviision inside grameen and can help match the interests people bring to june 29 with whom in Grameen they should most know of; we hope that simlarly we can help make contacts in BRAC or any of the other Dhaka institutes that match people's deepest concerns.
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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

12 year olds' ideas on social business innovations
 understanding is that dr yunus wants youth & anyone to pitch any social business idea to him and other microcredit leaders on june 29 http://yunusforum.net http://futurecapitalism.com
here is an interesting 12 year olds question
what makes a place successful economically?
dad and I and scots since adam smith and james wilson (founder of The Economist who died of there being no oral rehydration in calcutta when he was tring to dismatle raj economics in calcuta back in 1863?) have always assumed productive and healthy people, open education, clean natural resources- dr yunus lectre to glasgow university on what adam smith actually said confirms this
if we microeconomits are right where is a 12 year old's first book on economics? - nowwhere! - why not write one and at the same time make a wiki pedia out of it - decent social business opportunity!
just one idea worth pitching on june 29 http://yunusforum.net - do come or tell us ideas you want pitched in absentia
chris
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Monday, April 20, 2009

20 april 2009

Dear Sir Keith

 

Wonderful speaking to you on telephone today- here’s the dr yunus good news story.

 

My father and I feel that networks connected with Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus are mapping the most exciting entrepreneurial breakthroughs using the internet. They have already reduced the cost of basic banking by ten fold - making it possible for the poorest to get loans to create work, as well as communally collaborating on ending poverty. Father and I bought 1000 copies of Dr Yunus new book at the start of last year since we felt that it is the only one that truly values the compound impacts of sustainability investment.

 

Last year we hosted a lunch for dr yunus in London and this year I am arranging for a 69th birthday party for dr yunus in Dhaka http://yunusforum.net  . He particularly wants students around the world to understand that there is an alternative system design forward to the macro way of Wall Street’s big banks. Since he was awarded the Nobel prize he has been challenging most resourced organizations to partner with his deepest grassroots service networks, and celebrate the outcomes with youth. These future capitalism  partnerships guarantee no loss to the corporations involved but any surplus of the joint social business is reinvested in replicating the franchise. For example, with the French water multinational Veolia’s capability to filtrate out arsenic, Grameen has just opened up drinking water sold at 80 times less cost than any commercial water supplier.

 

In effect Dr Yunus is offering corporations a far better way to global brand than spending money just on advertising.

 

Health partnerships are the overall top focus of Dr Yunus with about five signed up his first 12 months of launching future capitalism – including GE : imaging, Mayo Clinic: training, Pfeizer: health insurance. I log up new partnerships that I hear of at http://www.yunuspartners.com. The two attachments are talking points which Dr Yunus inspired 2000 delegates with at last weeks http://www.worldcongress.com including details of his progress on $2 health insurance which is at http://www.grameenkalyan.org

 

It would be fantastic if anyone comes to your mind in Britain who might be interested in exploring the idea of collaborating with Dr Yunus’ health vision and partnerships further.  I can either put them in contact with the most relevant people in Bangladesh or if there are any young researchers of others who would want to join in our day’s brainstorming with dr yunus on June 29, of course they would be most welcome

 

I have researched innovative organizations all my life and never come across one with people doing so much with so little as grameen. They still treat the internet as a blessing that can change every way that knowledge is connected unlike many organizations in the west.

 

Sincerely

  

Chris Macrae

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

You can ask Mostofa any details you like. He has been working directly with dr yunus leadership secretariat on youth outreach on surrounding interview/field visits program for Dhaka june 29 as announced at http://yunusforum.net . This has been exponentially increasing since the Nobel prize when citizens around the world asked dr yunus to develop forum social network spaces with them and where dr yunus prioritised undergraduate city centres as one area to collaborate with. Dr Yunus has spent about 50 days a year connecting with youth since the nobel prize; june 29 is an opportunity to debrief what the future impacts of this are from all hemispheres of interaction and social business networking tools, and content resources eg http://yunus10000.com  (host some good news dialogues) http://bankabillion.org (mobile) http://muhammadyunus.org (leadership choices that adam smith might have expected open business universities or world service media could debate) http://www.grameenkalyan.org (health)  http://www.gshakti.org (energy)


I am just a mathematician, and both my dad and I have applied our lives mainly to crises in media models. I was fascinated by dr yunus future capitalism book as it is the only open publication with sustainability investment metrics congruent with my dad  http:///www.normanmacrae.com  and my's compound/systemic standards http://erworld.tv  not just in banking but all major areas of sustainability . It shows that after the nations first third of a century, Bangladesh is well on the way to inviting the world to join in 10 times more economical banking * health * education * media * energy ..see also the new publishing genre innovationg collaboration that Bangladeshi networking friends of Dr Yunus launched at start of this year..and  the netfuture scenario of compound opportunity of ending digital divides of dad and my 1984 book summary in future history section of normanmacrae.com -specific 1984  forecast 21st C sustainability would need a reality tv program on poverty museum apprenticeships co-produced by DD and BBC, hosted by a nobel laureate and connected to internet searches for 30000 replicable community rising projects by interactive viewers


My friends and I are trying to invite as deeply concerned people as possible who either know my family's microeconomic models in these practrice areas or who are leading youth's collaborations bottom-up including eg obama yes we can networks to converge on dhaka at june 29 orv who support the bangladeshi national strategy as scripted by alumini of people like yunus and fazle abed. Unfortunately USA yes we can self-confidence of american youth is being shredded with every falso move or delay in rectifying the corruptions wall street reigned and still reigns over. With George Bush being the 21st C's Kaiser Wilhelm, we are now probably at the last crossroads in the war between microeconomics (sustainability) and macroeconomics (which gandhi/einstein/von neumann to name but 3 all warned would compound a unsustainable planet at local levels. A crossroads impacting a whole generation or probably as Einstein anticipated our whole species survival.


If we can get the right sort of first reunion, perhaps we can make this an annual day after birthday party for dr yunus (this is his 69th year) and all who agree with his national startegy of bangladesh as number 1 sustainabuility investor/replicator/networker. I am sure far motre capable people than me exist to invite people to collaboration celebrations ensuring we dont return to old wall street's normalcy, but then playing with global branding concepts is what I have done for 20 years since my 1989 book world calss brands. Its quite possible to experiment on big ideas with as low cost as experimenting on small ideas. why wouldnt the next generation want to make poverty museums their collaboration space race if only elders encouraged them not to lurk now 


I will bcc you on a few mails that show how our homework is developing, or please ask more specific questions


My maternal grandad was britain's main barrister interfacing with gandhi over the quarter century from the 1920s that removed top-down colonial profwessions- this makes a 6th area of collaboration the social MBA because currently MBAs are destructing worldwide sustainability as fast as the English were destructing Indian communities in the 1920s


Do you know people like Ganesh and Modjtaba who have had to hear my stories on that topic since 2004 when I gave a Delhi talk (the coming wars between goodwill and badwill networks -what would a brand architecture for peace look like - co-sponsor sunil's company in india) at Indira Gandi Centre as part of the annual celebration of the global reconciliation network.


cheers

chris macrae

http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=&search_query=yunuschoolusa&aq=f

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Thursday, April 9, 2009

a response to sir martin at FT's old capitalism blog

My exponential disagreement with Sir Martin reaches new heights. Everything to do with trust-flow, communal goodwill and transparency of information, of which brands are a pivotal connector, has been misvalued by Global Accounting's Light Brigade who measure how much money they take out every quarter to the exclusion of how much productive and demanding sustainability is being compounded into the future's purpose of the identity (brand) or network identity (worldwide sector and/or brand partnering architecture). Back in 2000 Brookings issued a report "unseen wealth" forecasting that whilst the missing maths of trilliondollaraudit went unaccounted for, risk would compound ever more bubbles - as we saw with dotcoms, andersen, enron, other ponzi schemes, corporations that claimed they could not afford to be the first to lead industry sector responsibility, housing, banking, rating agencies, insurance. Meanwhile what wasn't invested in while these short-term rulers towered down on us includes healthcare, green energy, education, jobs created at community levels. In the midst of this mass media has played a depressing  and distractional role that has often gone way beyond inconvenient truth. Obama has said we have tried top-down global and our lesson is it does not work. The idea that the pendulum will swing back to the old normalcy seems wholly unreasonable -and in these times ungracious - to communicate. ChrisMacrae.com

part of a 20 year debate on how the maths of brand valuation did not need to value image over reality, speculator value over shareholder integrating value, Andersen-logo campaigns over identifying 21st century responsiblity of the big 5 accounants,...
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thanks Bill, and a new question - are life insurers (MET, PRU, HIG, LNC, GNW, AIG) on the brink


there's certainly a lot to like about the format of the chrismartenson presentation but thanks too for the heads up of being wary about the motivation


one of the other pennies that dropped today was people really need to search through not just the immediate barons of wall street who are trying everything they can to influence (I would say pervert) democracy of treating bankrupt organisations as bankrupt by calling what they own too big to fail but the indirect barons


it wasnt obvious to me until it was mentioned that one of the biggest owners of junk banks is probably warren buffett - so even those who I guess many of us have previously assumed were sensible investors as opposed to speculators may not be worth trusting in this of all risky moments


I guess I fera for Obama because I am not sure he has anyone in his inner circle capable of searching this independently


chris

--- On Thu, 9/4/09, Bill Sharon  wrote:

Subject: RE: a thread on did x really say that about banking
To: "'christopher macrae'" <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk>
Date: Thursday, 9 April, 2009, 1:28 AM

Chris,

There is a guy named Chris Martenson at www.chrismartenson.com who has something called the Crash Course.  It is about 15 – 16 video chapters that provide an excellent explanation of how the monetary system works and how what is happening was not only predictable but the only possible outcome of our monetary system.  The presentation is well done and as dispassionate as one can be about what is going on.  So I would recommend the Crash Course.

Unfortunately, I don’t subscribe to the conclusions that Martinson draws from his analysis.  I interviewed him on my radio show and contributed to his website for a while but then discovered that he is into separating the responsible people from the so-called irresponsible people.  I found that thinking reprehensible not only because it is divisive but also because he knows better.  So I recommend the Crash Course but not the content of the rest of the site.  Frank Sinatra could sing but you probably wouldn’t have wanted him as a friend – and so it is with Martenson.

I recall a conversation that we had several months ago when I was saying to you that I didn’t think the time was right for organizing because there were not enough people who really understand what is going on.  I think that is still the case but I don’t think it will be very long before there are enough folks for there to be critical mass.  The question then becomes – what should we do.

My sense is that it is more about changing individual behavior than it is about mass rallies and demonstrations.  We are in a debt based monetary system.  If people begin to live within their means and begin to save money that will fundamentally change the system. It’s not dramatic but at the end of the day it is really the only thing that will foster change.

Geithner’s plans will fail because they don’t make any sense.  The monetary system hasn’t made any sense for some time but there was no transparency.  Now, even if you don’t understand the details of the plan you know it is just more of the same.  So while we are wasting time with this kind of nonsense I’m not that concerned because it isn’t going to work.  The question is whether or not Obama understands in his heart of hearts that it isn’t going to work.  He will have a small window of time to pivot and moved towards a saner system.  To be successful he will have to elevate the art of politics to heights that we have never seen before.  I guess time will tell.

All the best,

Bill Sharon

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From: christopher macrae [mailto:chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk]

black- america's big banks became a ponzi scheme http://www.pbs.org/moyers/journal/04032009/transcript1.html

co-author of monthly report on congressional oversight on tarp - in yesterday's monthly report we conclude treasury policy only make sense if you believe the losses are unreal

kuttner - this is becoming the worst thing ever to have happened to a generation of americans

robert johnson , former managing director of soros funds- I have know geihtner's family for 15 years but I am sorry to say I think its time he was asked to resign http://videocafe.crooksandliars.com/heather/bill-moyers-journal-robert-johnson

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help me if you have a simple way of explaining more of this since i get the feeling that 99% of america doesnt really understand the full stories of what will happen next

chris

12:40 am edt 

Monday, April 6, 2009

Alan - are you available to interview my dad on either april 20 or 22 - let's get the model of some of these specified in terms of which productivity and demand coordinates were systemised in win-win-wins  -my trouble is I know darn well how they were designed but the language doesnt fit conventional economic speak - and that's because MBA or conventional economic speak no longer has any entrepreneurial concepts that anyone popularly agrees on - let alone which matches their origin of meaning

Intriguing stories abound- like when dad won a higher honor for reporting japanese capitalism than the UK CBE, the citation from the emperor and japanese embassy said in exqusite japanese politeness something like inspiring japan to a more noble vision of global marketing than beating the crap out of americans at their own zero-sum game

I will try sending some letters off to people like vinod khosla and john doerr - perhaps they would wish to come to dhaka http://yunusforum.net  to report directly how their models of silicon valley capitalism worked originally (also a survey in The Economist about 30 years ago)

In search of

 

The most purposeful organisational system ever sustained (win-win-win) through half a generation or more

 

* Bangladesh SB 1976- to now –micro-networking capitalism combines model 1.0 social business capital, model 2.0 future partnerships capitalism

 

* Japan 1960-1980

 

*Silicon valley capitalism first 10 years

*MIT open source and www capitalism

* google pre IPO

 

*India infosys capitalism

 

*Singapore micro–place-service capitalism

Norway Mobile Capitalism

Nordica online capitalism (the new vikings)

 

Ford first 20 years

Also Tv age capitalism first 10 years

 

Intrapreneurship around tarrytown and hudson institute & drucker

 

Family companies eg SC Johnson

 

SE Education capitalism –nz*india*s.africa

 

Green Capitalism – bangladesh/denmark/....

 

Healthcare capitalism ???? (BRAC capitalism )

chris macrae

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Re: feb 15 luncheon at RAC 12.00 Dr Yunus and Norman Macrae

Tuesday, 12 February, 2008 4:43 PM
From:
To:
"christopher macrae" <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk>
Dear Chris

I'm most terribly sorry, but a family matter has come up and I am unable to attend the lunch on Friday Feb 15 2008.

I have got hold of the  book and would have loved to hear Dr Yunus talk about it. But I am afraid I simply cannot manage the lunch.
With sincere apologies

Simon

>>> christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk> 1/18/08 3:50 pm >>>
To Simon Long, Asia Editor, The Economist
   
  Dear Simon
   
  It was kind of Johnny Grimmond to connect us.
   
  Yunus new book
  http://www.amazon.com/Creating-World-Without-Poverty-Capitalism/dp/1586484931/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1200670041&sr=8-1
   
  It would be great to welcome you to the Yunus RAC luncheon on Feb 15..
   
  I have been sampling 1000 copies of his book on social business as a network potentially humanly greater than microcredit around London, and a couple of copies reached number 10 and 11 after economist Rebecca Harding hosted the 475 conference http://wes08.net  for world entrepreneurs last week. The letter Yunus wrote to this network after my Jan 3 meeting with him in Dhaka is attached, as is an early booktalk he gave me.
   
  My dad loves Yunus book as a realisation of his 1984 forecast http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html#Anchor-Changin-27687 Also as dad served in world war 2 in Bangladesh he recalls the port of Cox's Bazar that Yunus wants, as a tyoe 2 social business,  to turn into a modern day singapore and turn over ownership of not to government but to the country's poorest women.
   
  So there may be a few big stories to openly debate at this RAC luncheon- if any sound  relevant to collagues' curiosities, please relay the invitation -its also an early 85th birthday party for dad.
   
  On the same day Yunus gives his public lecture at the London School of Economics and is scheduling other events/meets feb 14-17 through his publisher Victoria in London and Whitney in USA
   
  All the best
   
  Chris Macrae
7:44 am edt 

Sunday, April 5, 2009

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I have researched at least 50 founding/leadership teams of world famous organisational systems, and I come back to this grid as being quite useful; its also pretty controversial for those who believe they can socillay network productively with hundreds or thousands of people
see post below
11:54 am edt 


How To Use the Grid

1) Always look for the first 3 founders of a hugely innovative happening that has scaled not one. Typical roles:
the inspirational flame who insists purpose of a heroic innovation can be achieved through thick and thin

someone who is most trusted by the core group whose desperate needs that the innovation is most supposed to serve -

someone who is sensible or sensitive with resources

A triangle of 3 is the minimum for mapping any system around

There are two reasons why I also choose to identify 10 people around your entrepreneurial gravity. The first is that productive and demanding relationship systems have 10 primary coordinators as illustrated here - see more
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The second is I find it fascinating to research in busienss who a leader seems proudest of spending most time linking in with - is it 10 different types of people or much fewer? This can explain a lot in terms of what opportunities and threats the leader will both be able to see let alone take ahead of time action on
11:48 am edt 

Part of Family Tree
.Paternal Grandad
Scot from a family line of missionaries. Was studying postgraduate clergy in Heidelberg when world war 1 broke out. As one of few Brits who spoke German was deployed in rather small spy-type teamwork. Enjoyed these so much that at war's end gave up idea of clergy and worked as a British consul. This meant that my dad lived in an itinerant family and grew up seeing some extremely nasty top-down regimes. For example, grandad was consul in Stalin's Moscow about 1930, and in Galatz Romania, a port that Europe's jews used to flee from Hitler.
.Dad studied economics from an Indian correspondence course as a teenager whilst waiting to navigate RAF planes out of Bangladesh in world war 2. He then went up to Cambridge as the last class to be taught by Keynes; his tutors were the same as India's brillaint-economist-to-be Manmohan Singh's a few years later. By which time dad was writing leaders for The Economist which he did to 1989 more abundantly than anyone. Dad is an avowed microeconomist and supporter of Entrepreneurial Revolution- his 1984 book which I contributed internet scenarios to questioned the sustainability of the generation going global 1984-2024. Typically you may read: We now know that macroeconomics is disgraceful political chicanery - integrating the worldwide around microeconomics is the only way for sustainability's exponentials to blossom. By 2010 the human race will need to unite around ending poverty as the networking generation's number 1 space race. So we help networkers map Muhammad Yunus and Bangladeshi Micro-up leaders as the centre of gravity for collaboratively linking in to a sustainable world. 

January 08 collaboration NY cafe on will any professions social business entrepreneurially network yuNus
.My maternal grandad, another scot, was a Bar of London Barrister of a second generation family in the British Raj. For 25 years his life's work connected first against and then with the social transformation networks around the Bombay region of another London qualified barrister - Mahatama Gandhi. Gandhi's triangular crisis of system transformation involved education, media and ruling professions - the latter being the greatest compound risk to the transparency and whole truth (Satyagraha leadership) of all of our tomorrow's 
10:37 am edt 

Will youth create most productive birthday party dr yunus & poverty museums have had

Contract between chris macrae, youth leaders and co-founders training (& doing) youth journalists of future capitalism 1 2  - a sub-branch of JournalistsForHumanity.com and SaintJames.tv

 

1 Who am I. Accidentally I spent all my career helping people handle world famous identities. So did my 2 grand fathers (one with Gandhi, the other British embassy consular between the 2 world wars), and my father who worked at The Economist 1950 (4th ranked weekly English newspaper, 1989 one of a kind global magazine). There are a lot of unknown stories about history’s connections with what futures we will connect more at my web-log

 

2 My main lessons on handling world famous identities- extremely political process where my experience is predominantly opposite (bottom up system round) from brand gurus and ad agencies:

nobody wants to help before you are handling fame, everyone under the sun wants to be your best friend once you are at the centre of famous identity...

 

so know your unique purpose before you become famous and know anyone of the first 10 people you choose to help you most can conflict and then destroy the purpose

more

 

3 Who is proposed as main triangle of future capitalism journalists- actually not me: mostofa, vivian and YL- you need to earn trust of pivotal Bangladesh leaders including my friend Dr Yunus (and pro bono client) of the national strategy of unite world round race to poverty museums by openly source replication of everything microentrepremneurs and sustainability can design

it’s in mostofa’s interest cos

it’s in Vivian’s interest cos

it’s in youth leader’s interest (self-complete)

 

3a June 29 is likely to have quite a lot of elder journalist including:

Alan Mitchell

probably someone from The Economist

paul rose bbc broadcaster

 

4 what needs to be done before yunus 69th birthday party June 29:

-invite anyone you ever want to contact on issues that matter most to you – even if they don’t come or send a delegate its like research and permission connecting that can do a writer no harm

-probably be in Bangladesh a week before and a week after meeting to make most of meeting absolutely anyone any of the participants want to meet as well as working out which exercises are best to do during the day and how to keep project action connections going on afterwards –exer 1 bangla5000; ex2 33 years research of 10 green bottles

-plan what sorts of writings you want to do and how you want them distributed so that yunus can put his name or networks round helping you as well as helping us map who is correspondent for which subsections of future capitalism ; we need this mirror process to happen both in Bangladesh and in any city that use future capitalism to empower Obama supporters and yes we can – probably grameen’s biggest weakness is that its staff are not organized like a newspaper would be to correspond with outside world ; its probably my job to politely explain this after 18 months of researching all the chaos this lack of structure causes-its also the case that at least in advising usa applications of banking and green , all Bangladesh leaders need on clearing house not many separate funding groups

-anything else you can think of

 5 why does this matter: 25 years of studying how system exponentials spin reveals that unfortunately unless other miracle happen what happens on June 29 has more leverage on stopping usa from leading into world depression for a decade than anything else I have been able to search for- of course it will be great to hear any other nominations searchers of june 29 have- there are also some unique exercises we can connect because of 33 years of studying entrepreneurial revolution, future capitalism, how well or badly people handle fame of leading nations or corporations

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8:55 am edt 


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