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    ..DashboardUni.com asks how much the half of the world aged under 29 value The Economist's curriculum of 100% Job Rich world.

    ....and why do parents in the half of the world aged over 29 devalue open learning of such goodwill sustaining curricula

    In 1984 Keynsians' book on net generation predicted  that all which 21st C could be will depend on peoples' consciousness everywere by 2005 that:  gaps in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations will be man's greatest risk 

    Since 1972 our main freedom of speech concern has been : will the net generation be sustainable as the amount spent on communications in ricer nations rises exponentially from about 3% in 1948  to over 20% of all monetary and human investment #2015now 

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    Today we like to contrast where views are different (or blend with)  West Coast USA which became first to design almost everything that is web or mobile related.

    To illustrate the columns show:a quest for 4 cuuricula african millennials obs most need to be freed by,  an on-demand mooc's view, a pan-americas and Catholic view, as well as links to some other views...................................................................

    Who have we left out or over-focused on- rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk partners in publishing world record book of job creation 


    The core of Entrepreneurial Revolution dialogues hosted by Keynsians starting in 1972 at The Economist is spending over a quarter of all people's lives and money on communications can be great if thats mainly linking open learning needed for net generation's jobs BUT will be terrifyingly unsustainable if its spent on ad media and big brother's vested interests.


    In 2015 the simplest way to demonstrate this argument is to map best for millennials open learning curricula- for example we would be appy to elp african milennails free these 4 curricula : health, food, mobilising global finance for girls and women, 17th year of partbnersips in linking mandela extranet aimed at transformation of curricula from 7th grade up to maximise jobs (sout african goal 1 million new jobs created by education by 2020)


    C1 PIH.org Haiti and Peruvian grassroots movements of world class health for poorest in partnership with boston since 1982, and Soros circa 1996 and Rwanda 00s and world bank DC since 2012 and West Africa 2014

    C2Yabt.net TicAmericas.org Peruvian, and Colombian and Americas contuient-wide views of milennials entrepreneurs since 2001 with OAS (hub near white house DC) and IADB - next heads of states debrief Panama April 2015 - since about 2012 with additional west coast partbnership blum centre berkeley

    C3 NobelforPeace Rome/ Catholic views - since 2000 through network of nobel peace laureate annual summits Club of Rome (in partbership with Gorbachev who is also open society partner of Soros) and since 2013 linking 18% of the world who are Catholic through Pope Francis movement of public service webbed through every community that Catholics can help regenerate (similar cultural values as those of global social health started at C1.

    Populations & Youth Economies across World Inspired by Pope Francis & Rome

    Note median age of world is about 29- compare  some mainly catholic (pop) countries median age of counry' :  58 million Italy age 44; 150 million brazil 31; 100 million mexico 27; 72 million philippines 23 ; 71 million usa; 42 million Colombia 28; 36 million Argentina 30; 27 million Peru 26; 7 million Haiti 21; 12 million Chile 32; 25 million Venezuela 26; 13 million Ecuador 26; 3 million Panama 27;  36 million Democrati Congo 17; 21 million Nigeria 19; 14 million Uganda 15; 13 million Tanzania 17; 45 million France 40 ; 42 million Spain 41; 35 million Poland 38


    Curriculum 5 is also main recommendation of 12th annual publication of The Good (& Bad) Hubs Guide - every pro-youth jobs future capital needs a hub owned by students linking most open collaboration netwirking of MIT mobile alumni and PIH's medical millennials

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     What Training Curricula do young people need massive access to if the human race is to be sustainable? (see UN crisis report  on goals neeed to unite 21st C human race)

    As friends of the 5 billion people elearning satellite Yazmi (owned by an Ethiopian in Washington DC) we are helping with a survey. Your votes welcome. Please tell us of any curriculum you value most. All kinds of currciula matter. http://globaldream.guru/ eg Gandhi and Montessori alumni at Lucknow India have developed a way in which children can help almost any illterate adult read a newspaper within 50 days. In fact many kids adopt an adult during their summer holidays. It may be that this curriculum can be most assisted with a free ad. Other curricula can  make 5 billion peoples elearning satellite prime time with your support. How say you? And which of the curricula we enjoy most below would you like to know more about?

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    .............................44th year of survey started by end-poverty Keynsians 1972- caveats #2015now map of whose knowhow networks Sustainability Millennials (SM) can trust most


    10 Farmer (Boston-Haiti open health partbership at 30)

    9 Kim (Koreans view of peace and health generates pro-youth economies not vice versa)

    8 Abed (Bangladesh barefoot networks at 45) 

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    - recently deceased Mandela

    7 Current Pope Francis

    PlaceM intergeneration & borderless Leaders

    6 Soros and Gorbachev 

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    Open Media

    4 Berners Lee and Jack Ma

    3 Kenya First Ladies twinned with Bangladesh poorest mobile mothers

    2,1 still searching for #2015now 

    links DC 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

    Boston 0  1  2  3  4 SanF 1  2

    Americas : H Pa Co Pe Ch

    Asia BRAC  Grameen Lucknow

    Africa Kenya 1 2 S.Africa 1

    Yazmi could be the best news in 44 yearsof celebrating every way that elearning media can be the opposite of mass tv

    ..IF education could change the world back to sustainability, which curricula would need to be free to all youth?.

    who agrees with view- if we value half of the world who are under 30 then we must make sustainability defining social movement - and education opportunity - of our generation 2015-2030

    2015.1 UN  2013.1 worldbank  1976.1


    .....................................2015's most vital practice curriculum - those helping end ebola have spotted many poorest countries need massive community health training networks : 1) so ebola never happens again 2) so that a growing econmy isnt destroyed (Liberia had become one of Africa's rising stars for productive livelihoods). What menu of health solutions does a community health networker need to be apprenticed in? and which 5 future capitals (eg Boston, Haiti, Dhaka...) and which people in world know most about currciculum content ? Kim -now World Bank? Farmer -PIH? Soros Open Society? Abed BRAC?  email correspondence WP2015.1 Fortunately the greatest youth entreprenur mentoring networks linkin across americas youth and national leaders - next debrief panama april 2015 015- YABT and TICamericas brilliant idea started by young peruvian and colombians 12 ueras ago-now most exciting thing to linkin around the square mile of white houses and.... oter exciting youth entrepreneur networks 1 MIT 2 wherever royal family and branson set up island entrepreneurs Peace alumni networking? Why does Nobel Laureate belive every young person should examine social business befpre leaving school? How is Atlanta as his favorite capital inviting other pro-youth capials co-host a movement for valuable to youth than the Olympics or any sporting world series? Which other Nobel Peace laureates social actions does Romehave 15 years of experience of helping youth celebrate by practising? Our ref WP2015.2 breaking news jan 2015 additional site GrameenFrance.com 20 years ago the world's poorest vilage women were invited to test how to use mobile phones. Today women4empowerment has invented 10 of the most brillaint leap forwards. For example the coming economy of a billion women previously unbanked. The economy of a billion solar energy families who were previoiusly off any electricity grid - do you want to help linkin this curriculum our ref WP2015.3

    Out of S Africa Blecher partbers of Mandela have spent 16 yeras identifying missing curricula of ob creation that any schoolin system from age 9 to 17 can celebrate. Our ref W2015.4


     ...........................................................................In which poorest african and other nations are frineds of pop stars Bono and Dban proving their case that investing 10% of nation's capital in agriculture is most effective way to end poverty? When it comes to cuuricula what do small farners families youth need to know so that they help create not ust great livelihoods but feed the nation and  sustain its trade with the world Our ref 2015.5       




    About Norman Macrae Family Foundation for Youth Journalists of Economics and Open Education - 6 generations of our international scottish family have been concerned with
    questioning who's economics and who's policy are ruling how the first net generation's 7 billion livelihhods are spent?
    Freedom example: valuing equality's rights how do women, youth and the poorest get as much voice over their futures as men, old and richest?

    economic policymakingYouth Capitalism choices Road to Atlanta Nov 2015 courses -  twin job creating capitals NETGEN social movement

    MOOCYUNUS: -64 Trillion Dollar Question - that's what capitalism is currently worth a year- Twin Your City with DC-Atlanta Race - can thousands of youth unite one open edu curriculum of future capitalism before thousand of Profs siloise it?  


    Which 30 capitals or nations will be first in partbering in youth jobs summits being move valuable to co-host in 21st C than Olympics in 20th C
    Rome  largest servant leaders trust webs .. S.Africa education; haiti and boston health - nairobi mobile leapfrog 2 dhakamobile leapfrog 2 ; tokyo corporate impacts china expats metaports;  dubai m.east futures .. Budapest home of world record job creator George Soros
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    Being an internationalist Scot interested in systems designed to opitimalise all humans (notably sustaining  all our childrens) livelihoods (productive freedoms as entrepreneurially described in opening lines of 1776 declaration of Independence) I suggest rewinding to 1758 when Adam Smith published theory of moral sentiments . Q1 To integrate every cultural viewpoint please tell us of other starting points for exploring open systems -eg Yin & Yang Exercise 1 would you vote for or against von hayek's assertion that one of the 10 most dismal things after world war 2 was the way the Nobel Prize siloised the Yin of Peace from the Yang of economics (twitter about what consequences of mastering valuation and professionalism spiralled from separating these 2 types of system designers?)
    My father Norman Macrae spent his last days as teenager navigating airplanes over modern-day Bangladesh. He survived, went up to Cambridge to be mentored by Keynes. Keynes' last few pages of General Theory define economics to be blended with designing peaceful futures- he specifically says because "increasingly futures are designed by economists" the greatest risks to the futures of next generations are elderly economists who either make an erroneous assumption in their system of rules, or where innovation changes the rules. Q2 have you ever been taught not only how to administer a system of rules but also to ask whether the system is reaching the limits of its sustainability? If so do you know of a case where the professionals who operated the system led the change-over to a new system exponentially ahead of time?

    After Keynes my father worked as The Economist's pro-youth economist. 
    In his 1972 survey of the next 40 years he called for a review of all the short-terms fixes that politicians and economists had made before the net generation emerged at start of the 21st century in the midst of the greatest media and productivity revolution our human race has ever explored. Without such a review the survey predicts total meltdown of the global financial system in the 2010s. Q3 my daughter inspired by those such as Muhammad Yunus twinning future capitals along  Road to Atlanta Nov 2015http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com has started up a blog http://21herstory.blogspot.com - if you do find a macroeconomic rule that you feel the poorest women have a right to ask the world to reconsider please come and co-blog it

    What are the system designs that jobs creating youth might want economist to revalue urgently? Here are some of my favorites - Q4 what are yours?

    First wont many of us as knowhow networkers want to opitimise our virtual/worldwide poroductivities not just those confined within a single nation's borders? If so how does the professor's opening framework linkin that? 

     if economics is to represents the productivities and demands of 99% of people not be commissioned as the vested interest of 1%, isnt it better to adopt the Keynes view that economics devalues itself as soon as it becomes politically tribal or mediated by big moneys vested interests?

    Third whenever you look at an economic framework- ask (as any mathematician is honor bound to do) what choices it actually censors out from even questioning the human worth of. Some that concern me most in helping hosts twinning youth jobs summits across capitals (what world bank jim kim calls the defining social movement of the net generation) are:

    --why are all currencies designed by governments - what we see from the most inspired digital experiments of ending poverty is cashless banking which could be sustained by a worldwide youth currency

    --collaboration (way above zero-sum models)
     is the open source advantage of the net generation - how are its dynamics represented in any ruling  economic model; and more specifically does the model wholly value how knowhow can multiply value in use unlike the industrial age scarcities caused by consuming up things 

    --it becomes pretty clear that old economic models are framed to make the case that abundant/renewable sources such as open education and solar are "not economic". BUT in the world I want my daughter to live in any such model is not merely as inconvenient truth -dismally it turns the economist into a less trustworthy character than my profession as a statistician is dubbed with (liars, damned liars, and S)

    Ending much more joyfully, I would recommend www.ineteconomics.org as a benchmark - its the bright side of Europe's east today 
    its the bottom-up billionnaire George Soros' invitation to youth to rethink economics from the ground up, and why shouldn't khan academy's next theme help with that in such a way that Open Society, Open Source, Open everything possible is valued the way nature does in selecting who are to be the players on her whole planet


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    The greatest investments humanity makes are not through its largest organisations but in its children through families - and where they lack capacity or happiness through supporting community

    What's your dream world- the 7 wonders of ER are:

     Where education is job-creating, open and frees youth's to explore their livelihoods

     Where media chartering is smart connecting a planet around collaborative innovation of  sustainability solutions every community may need most to empower -linkin open society and open source technology and digital networking's death of distance



    We adopt the Keynsian mindset that economists systemically "design/compound futures.' More than any other expertise they need to value the hippocratic oath of do no harm. The number 1 job of the economist is to end poverty of the sort that fails to invest in each child's freedom to be productive


    Where public servants rule-driving professionals are connected around whole truth search for ending inequality and capital structured around family savings for next generation's jobs, as well as win-win trades with neighbours

    Where clean food, water, energy, pathways to zero-waste are locally accessible to all

    43rd year of Charter of Entrepreneurial Revolution

     We would love to hear from you if you  value spreading this 21st c curriculum of economics started in The Economist 1972 (codename Entrepreneurial Revolution)


    The greatest investments humanity makes are not through its largest organisations but in its children through families - and where they lack capacity or happiness through supporting community



    We adopt the Keynsian mindset that economists systemically "design/compound futures.' More than any other expertise they need to value the hippocratic oath of do no harm. The number 1 job of the economist is to end poverty of the sort that fails yo invest in each child's freedom to be productive



    The coming communications revolution of the net generation offers 10 times more for  humanity to win or lose than the industrial revolution with its wars over who and where should participate in 200 times more health and wealth than 1800.


    Principles of Entrepreneurial Revolution:




    What's your dream world- the 7 wonders of ER are:

     Where education is job-creating, open and frees youth's to explore their livelihoods

     Where media chartering is smart connecting a planet around collaborative innovation of  sustainability solutions every community may need most to empower -linkin open society and open source technology and digital networking's death of distance

    Where public servants rule-driving professionals are connected around whole truth search for ending inequality and capital structured around family savings for next generation's jobs, as well as win-win trades with neighbours

    Where clean food, water, energy, pathways to zero-waste are locally accessible to all

    Where basic health services are locally available and innovation is valued around search for extremely affordable

    Where next  global village infrastructure enabling local to local trade for 99% of people isnt party political but benchmarked from round the world examples

    Where peacekeepers and economic mapmakers are blended in agreeing whatever sector you spend your life practising service in most is led by the purpose that most progresses the next generation's lot. Where every possibility to model way above zero-sum is assumed to be the innovation net generation are invited by elders of every culture to joyfully explore. Where the human race to poverty and unemployment museums becomes United.









    The Only Macroeconomic Question That Ever Truly Mattered?


    Would the first net generation 1984-2024 design a currency that credited worldwide youth's local productivity and borderless collaboration to the fullest?


    Let me declare a cross-cultural bias. This question came from the Diaspora Scottish Entrepreneurial tradition valued by Adam Smith. That which values the morality and emotional energies of the human race - let alone economics - as exponentially sustained from the bottom up.


    Adam's reasoning mediates freedom round the transparency of communities designed around information flows where you may be able to fool some of the people some of the time but never all of the people all of the time. Whence the logical intergenerational leader values whole truth's bigger purpose fro humanity with whatever practical context he invests next generation's lives in,


    There are several convergent ways to identifying why this is the only macroeconomic question capable of gravitating sustainable growth by and for all peoples. I know details about three of these:

    1) Historical analysis of generations between 1864 and 2024

    2) A futures book that three of us co-authored on the next capitalism of the net generation in 1984 -after 12 years of research of what readers of The Economist dared to believe the fitsy global vlage generation's wholeplanet purpose could be

    3) Mathematical models of goodwill , transparency and exponential sustainability which space does not permit me to discuss here





    Ask yourself to list the main currents around our planet

    1864-1904; 1904-1944; 1944-1984; 1984-2024


    Macroeconomically do you see that , for better and worse:


    Decisions that financed the world between 1864-1904 were made in pounds sterling?


    Between 1904-1944 wars were fought across the continent stretching from East Russia to Portugal, from Norway to Turkey to end trust in the pound as the world's reserve currency. The way this appeared to get resolved to Western Eyes was that the dollar became the currency that financed global market decision making.


    Through goodwill of hi-trust leadership, the dollar's initial refinancing of Europe and out of Japan from 1945 was well gravitated. But in spite of the work of Keynes and his alumni the challenge of how would the dollar prepare for its succession by worldwide youth went missing as an age got spun by tv adverts causing western politicians to command and control over "democracy" while rigging decisions against sustaining thee majority "unrepresented" populations : youth, women and the poorest



    When three of us wrote this book in 1984, I hope I understood the exponential consequences of the questions we were asking about open education ( my first job from 1972) and of green energy. I felt the logic of my father's geopolitical forecast that the USSR would fall by 1988 but wasn't comy with how that drew all the critical attention away from other innovation challenges the book wanted to raise. And I hadnt even begun to think about the macroeconomic crisis of designing globalisation of finance around the dollar instead of youthworldbanking.


    Before my father died in 2010, he met a man who had not only thought since 1983 about a global village youth currency but had banked it out of a country with the most potential to raise its next generation's livelihoods. The man was Muhammad Yunus and the wholeplanet curency crisis is upon us. I do hope that there are a few people (Jim Kim 30 is the minimum number) who both understand this crisis better than I did in 194 and who will wholly colaborate around empiwering youth to solve it now. I am aware that Nobel peace laureates  and youth are debating this out of Cape Town in Oct 2014 and Atlanta in Nov 2015. If you know of any other Future Capital that wants to join in then let's get the message of support through to Dr Muhammad Yunus . #2030now is the social movement identity Jim Kim is identofying with a first 50000 youth cohort of the CTW MOOC http://coursera.org/changetheworld



    1984 - The 2024 Report (translated into Amerucan a year later) by The Economist's Norman Macrae with myself and a doctor of biology who prefers to stay anonymous as he makes a living writing science fiction.


    2008 Pamphlet "Consider Bangladesh" by Muhammad Yunus and Norman Macrae on how to prevent the 2010s from becoming the greatest depression with banking which is 10 to 100 times more economical for youth and wholeplanet.


    2010 First of a series of remembrance parties to Norman Macrae hosted at the boardroom of The Economist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTY  




    2010 First of a series of remembrance parties to Norman Macrae hosted at the boardroom of The Economist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbYo9daNiTY http://globalgrameen.ning.com



    Entrepreneurial Revolution- Declaration of Youth Interdependence, Glasgow 4 July 2010:           In Pursuit of Adam Smith's 252 year old curriculum of hi-trust leadership and livelihood freedoms,  we ask youth's social and business networks to celebrate job creation through these world changing collaborations between 2010 and 2018 WP.tv  Update 2014-2016 PRIORITY COLLABORATION DIARY

    1. world stage 21st c Version of I'd like to Teach The World to Sing at Atlanta Nov2015
    2. to stage BBC21 (Brazil-Britain-China Sports Stars who give back to village sustainability) ; 
    3. to ask Norwegian and Roman Nobel Judges to demand EU becomes Youth's Entrepreneurial Union;
    4. to Consider Bangladesh's youth's right to be end poverty world's most heroic entrepreneurs - and what else rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk  Norman Macrae Foundation: Youth Capitalism, Peace Dividends and Open Education's Entrepreneurial Revolution 
    CO-SIGNED ERworld.tv, WCB.tv (WorldClassBrands.tv), US.tv (University of Stars.tv), YO.com(YunusOlympics)EU.com (Entrepreneurial Union)WC.tv (WorldCitizen.tv) MOOCPlanet.com, FutureofBBC.com and who else -rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk  washingtn dc hotline 1 301 881 1655  



    Correspondence welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Norman Macrae Foundation Washington DC region 1 301 881 1655 

    Next Events 

     Recent Youth & Future Capitalism Events

     22 Nov 2013 Atlanta launches Yunus Creative Labs Inc USA Foundation for benchmarking how 25000 youth summits can co-create million jobs capitals with thanks to Yunus 1 2Turner, Carter ... CNN celebrates

    Yunus is among CNN’s 12 greatest entrepreneurs of all time



     6 December Glasgow University discusses what 255 years of Adam Smith Scholarship knows about helping FutureLearn and Youth's top 100 wholeplanet investor co-create million jobs Future Capitals

     1 Jan 2014 DC seeks to become 21st chapter of Conscious Capitalism 



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    audiosign.JPG ..  can MOOC  free youth from edu monpoliies &  retrieve Berners Lees Maps Of Open Collab

    6 minute audio: year 41 of The Economists's net generation collaboration curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) -collaborate with book on 7 wonders of net generation being most productive time


    CAN YOU HELP wholeplanet.tv search out top 100 leaders investing in net generation as youth's most productive time? -abedfarmer, khanblecher, ma ...

    Norman Macrae Foundation chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk  washington dc region 301 881 1655 welcomes  you to the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution and 7 urgent subnetworks. This was started in 1972 by The Economist's pro-youth economists after involvement in experiments by students in early digital networks. After 10 years of leadership debates, Norman Macrae published a 3 billion job plan in 1984 on how to make the net generation worldwide youth's most productive, heroic, collaborative and sustainable time. As we enter the last decade of this plan there's lots for the human race to play for if we wish to prevent the alternative Orwellian Big Brother endgame (which Norman fully accepted as the other most likely scenario of the first generation to go borderless and dee3ply interconnected

    Audi0 Summary

    Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) started at The Economist 1972, is 41 year long study of whether net generation will be most productive and collaborative time to live on planet - help catalogue leaders investing in youth and 7 most urgent wonders of 2013-2015 at www.wholeplanet.tv 



    2013 From41 years of ER mapping we recommend that: benchmarking replicable solutions to communities most life critical services is youth world's most urgent missing process, Fortunately BRAC is  world's number 1 benchmark - why and what needs linking in next?

    j2013 bravo Brazilian people.for taking on the unsustainable market of global sports entertainment

    ..........................................Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) – map 7 wonders
    Open System rising exponential opportunities to pro-youth futures
    1 Bottom Up NGO
    2 Open Education
    Closed (Collapsing) System Threats to pro-youth futures
    3  20th C professions (inconvenient truth monopolies)
    4 mass media and public servants -ref 7.4.1
    Other Most Urgent Market Freedoms being tested by mobilizing open tech
    5 Clean/green energy. and local food, water
    6 Health service led by nurses and nutrition mentors as most trusted local info networkers
    7 Financial services including currencies 
     In search of Microfranchise Economics: M1 Discuss 41st year of The Economist's Collaboration Hunt for microfrancihises as pivotal to net generation jobs including 
    why microcredit models go wrong as soon as they forget their gravity as a cluster of microfranchises M2
    Chapter13 -collaboration around intercity chapters has got worse every year this century (as anyone who started it with fast company will confirm)- Will any of the new capitalism movements actually 
    involve youth actions in every city:
    Branson Bteam; Mackey Conscious CapitalismMoocYunus or MOOCwho; French Global Social Business benchmarking movement the only one to scale public audited funds with yunus ; 
    us stateswide competitions celebrating days when youth are epicentre of job creation
    search moocyunus for 013 spring's breaking news for more collaboration videos 
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    ..........................................................................................................................................help youth (and youth economics) assemble curriculum of leaders of 2010s- Massively, Open, Online and Collaboratively http://youth10000education.blogspot.com/

    for clues see 40 years of research on NetGen Entrepreneurial Revolution started at the Economist by my dad (Norman Macrae) -thanks chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk wash dc hotline 1 301 881 1655

    Topic 'announcement of coaching network on nutrition, food security, green ag'

    nutrition related resources and network champions around the world of youth and yunus Whole Foods CEO John Mackey's www.wholekidsfoundation.org Danone CEO Franck Riboud's www.danonecommunities.com

    discuss peanutrition : alabama youth entrepreneurs invite you to vote whether pea rush will become 
    discover tv's next great gold rush
    download "Full Purpose" best yet? yunus youth competition entry AL GA NC OR

    Haiti Village Healthcare - discuss how to linkin American graduates most collaborative contributions

    exemplary download - Brennan (Yunus Alabama competition) Plan for healthcare of 900 coffee coop families in Haiti

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    80 years ago - Keynes gave the human race a great gift - one that my father spent a lifetime using to tell stories that excited him about human beings and which made entrepreneurial revolution a worldwide genre as The Economist turned from 3rd ranked english weekly to one of a kind global viewspaper.
    Keynes clarified that economics rules the world in such a way that it either builds the futures peoples want most or it destroys the futures peoples want most. There is no in between - the whole world system integrated through every community of our networked lives is spinning one way or the other.
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    Saturday, January 17, 2015

    Caveat #2015now - who millennials should trust their brains and social action networks to first

    chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk (mobile usa 240 316 8157  ) partners in world record games of job creation writes


    Please note this is our end-poverty friends 44th year of curiously exploring this map.

    Usability instructions- if you disagree with a nomination of who sustainable youth could learn from first- tell us your nomination- we do not claim to have information to represent goodwill for all 7 billion people- as open economy (end poverty) mediators we are here to learn  too. However we do have some crosschecks- right now if we cannot link a person to impacting health across global society then we mark that with an * as we value the #2-15now idea that health servant millennials are the most transparent to see - and so set example all sustainability millennials can benchmark

    11:12 am est 

    Saturday, June 29, 2013

    Discuss How Monica Yunus is becoming one of the most collaborative youth entrepreneurs of them all Others leading their generation Nin Tang China

    http://www.singforhope.com/  http://www.monicayunus.com/

    ..one of youth's greatest needs:.
    family of projects ultimately changing the value chain of superstars and entertainment to give back to real community projects. Changing mass media's anti-social impacts has been one of dad's 7 biggest transformation of entrepreneurial revolution since 1972 and I have not done well at advancing it even though my professional work is on hi-trust whole-purpose branding
    ON the bright side, a NY friend has calculated that if superstars gave back to youth who don't quite make it to the top of the various sports and entertainment professions but who could facilitate joy in the community then 2 million youth US jobs could easily be afforded- and this is mainly a case of refocusing mass media (and superstars) so they values those who dint make it to the top . There is also the argument that such youth community building is actually the best way to plant peace and cross-cultural joy. The same challenge is relevant to every developed nation with huge arms budgets but next to zero youth-led community peace budgets - this is a hangover from world war 2 - americans didnt have 20% of all their money spent like this before ww2 - nor did brits, French... Although this video reveals the origin of the EU at messina was supposed to resolve this this core issue soon got lost from political service across the continent
    I have been working on this model and mainly failing since 9/11. However there is one practitioner in New York who is making headway within her own area of superstardom and that is Monica Yunus http://www.monicayunus.com/ http://www.singforhope.org/
    Is your diary such that you can get to New York most of the next 6 months if I can get into her diary

    Ning Tang,  Founder and CEO of CreditEase

    Ning has over 10 years of microfinance experience dating back to his college years during which he went to Bangladesh to study poverty alleviation through microcredit with Professor Yunus.

    Ning founded CreditEase, China's first and now the biggest peer-to-peer microcredit platform in 2006 and has built the company organization with a service network covering more than 100 cities all over the country. The company has enabled tens of thousands of micro-entrepreneurs, students, urban white collars and extremely poor rural females to have access to credit. On the innovative platform, people with extra funds (lenders) lend to people with funding needs (borrowers), all based on credit.

    Mr. Tang is a member of Tsinghua University China Entrepreneur Training Program's advisory committee, advisor to Peking University Social Entrepreneurship Training Program, and he also heads China Association of Microfinance's strategy committee. 

    1:44 pm edt 

    Saturday, June 22, 2013

    2 most urgent question for worldwide youth sustainability:


    • Which is the most exciting curriculum in the world that hundreds of millions of youth could gain from freely interacting online now, and 
    • which is the most valuable 10 minute training module? 

    when it comes to curriculum, 41 years of Entrepreneurial Revolution search at The Economist suggest collaboration curricula of BRAC is most urgent to free - other nominations welcomed chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk


    BRAC - netuniresearchbkashKhanA; ILAB, CIDA, IHUB, JamiiBora ..

    10:22 am edt 

    Thursday, June 20, 2013

     Sal Khan

    the first space to look at I open education - khan already offers the most brilliantly presented maths curriculum at secondary level- online, any time free

    apparently the software needed to create online education like khan is the order of $300 a licence- why not a khan-academy type lab wherever a leader has best for youth's world knowhow to share with millions of youth
     Paul Farmer of Partners in Health is one leader with huge amounts of life critical knowhow to share - better still he is now directly responsible for Haiti's main training college for nurses (having rebuilt the one that was demolished in the earthquake) - so while this college is developing its curriculum why not open source it to youth around the world
    3:37 pm edt 

    Wednesday, June 19, 2013

    Fazle Abed - greatest value multiplier of worldwide sustainability of net generation
    2 meetings in the first half of 2013 with Sir Fazle in Dhaka and Budapest are included in this update

    Fazle Abed- 900/1 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation -main webs www.brac.net www.bracuniversity.net  www.bracresearch.org www.bkash.com 
    As leading example of bottom-up NGO, BRAC is the world's number 1 benchmark of the 1976 search for organisational transformation (
    The Economist, Entrepreneurial Revolution 25 December1976). BRAC is epicentral to progress in most millennium goal curricula - the world's largest and most collaborative NGO, and largest inventor of replicable microfranchises empowering life critical community-groiunded services. Sir Fazle as WISE's inaugural winner of the Education Oscars has more knowledge to edit into open educational formats than anyone we know (rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have other suggestions)

    FREEMARKET Role - Exponentially Sustainable economics, education and life critical microfranchises - most valuable partnership connector investing in net gen's co-production of millennium goals

    What would world miss without Fazle Abed?

    if your worldview is rooted in happiness and freedoms of our next generation's productivity- which is where the roots of the entrepreneurial (pro-youth) capitalism emerged 9 quarters of a century ago, then you may value the optimistic pro-youth reasonings and severe contest of leadership that turned The Economist into the world's favorite viewspaper, and so the more you search the more you will probably find that brac is the net generation's most economic network of partnerships.

    Reasonings The Economist used in the second half of the 20th century to value the net generation to invites us all to co--create the most productive time to be alive included:

    invest youth's productivity with net gen's million times more collaboration tech in millennium goals uniting human race

    want asian pacific worldwide century to be the most extraordinary region of human development between 1975-2075

    trust that economics models of sectors growing at moore's law speed around multi-win sustainability investment models to those who have the most experience in such community grounded microeconomics including the Japanese and type MIT type of open educational networks

    understand the media implication of what einstein, keynes and von neumann said about preventing compound risk of a borderless world in which all human productivities become ever more interconnected

    BRAC's partnerships criss-cross all those sorts of reasonings in the most motivating human ways ever to have been connected into the organisational architecture if a network of 100 massively resourced win-win partners aimed at empowering community-owned service franchises round lifes most critical needs. As world bank exec Karen Spainhower says- BRAC offers any organisation with unique tech resources the chance to partner in a lab designed round innovating the most humanly valuable possibility of your technology's collaborative value.

    Next youth collaboration challenges

    BRAC has over 100 partners - many on projects with world-changing impacts - please mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if we haven't tabled one of your favorites


    Wherever educators and economists and youth mix this can be a joyful value multiplying training exercise in net generation innovation 
    Make a list of trillion dollar global market sectors plus any others that are life critically important in locally sustaining community safety and health
    Focus on one of the sectors that matters most passionately to the skills the people in your meet. Discuss what purpose of that sector could match worldwide youths most exciting goals to 2025 - look and see whether any of BRAC's top 100 partners is already mapping a value chain relevant to that purpose
    Countdown how many of 3 billion new jobs could be collaboratively developed around the world if the purpose and suitable multi-win value chain were wholly invested in now. Consider the opportunity if investors and educators led the way thanks to banks with pro-youth economic values and universities with pro-youth economic values

    Norman Macrae Foundationwww.nmfound.net next steps 
    if we valued the future exponentially the way keynes advised, what 10 most transparent contests of futures leadership should we be posting as questions here?
    example case 1 - there is a race to bank a billion people with 100 times less costly mobile cash - will who win this race may determine whether families investments thru 2010s invest in 3 billion most productive jobs of net generation - norman macrae believed so in our 1984 book on netgen and in his last articles written 2008 at age of 85 and celebrated here at The Economist's boardroom 2010

    case 1 next steps - NM futures roundtables on cashless banking and netgen's 3 billion jobs have so far been celebrated: 1 The Economist Boardroom; 2 with Mandela and Branson's practiice leader of the free university movement, 3 with the Japanese Embassy and Sir Fazle Abed - can you suggest where to host 4th event in this entrepreneurial revolution world series - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - DCLondonTokyoParis...


    Salman Khan www.khanacademy.org  - brilint as a virtual maths tutor of secondary level cousres www.khanacademy.org has a ince in a world opportunity to choose content leaders of other curricula who are best for youth's futures- lets hope Sal finds Sir Fazle Abed in time to get out his life saving solutions to hundrdes of millions of youth


    4:19 pm edt 

    Wednesday, August 8, 2012

    mackey, abed, riboud, brilliant - 4 of the most connected leaders of 2010s=youths most productive decade
    questions/suggestions of other top 100 leaders of youth economics welcome - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

    John Mackey- 100/10 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - True Capitalism's Leading US Entrepreneurial Revolutionary (ER)


    What would world miss without John Mackey

    Jargon - Keynes General Theory written in 1930s clarified 2 very risky things- 1) "increasingly the world is ruled only by economics";  so 2 ) lets define true capitalism as man-made systems joyfully designing futures peoples want most, and false capitalism that which destroys peoples futures. My dad Norman Macrae was last journalist mentored by Keynes at Cambridge University- his career at The Economist was devoted to entrepreneurially questioning leaders on whose futures they were spinning



    Starting in 1976 The Economist launched the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution - now that we can see that none of the 20th C's types of organisational systems is separately capable of sustaining the net generation's productivity and most heroic millennium goals, will worldwide leaders collaborate with youth and professions to helps redesign organisations in time


    Without John Mackey's Conscious Capitalism movement, the chances that US CEOs would help discover each global market's most valuable human/communal purpose would be much smaller. Furthermore he demonstrtaes this as CEO of Wholefoods - a public company whose heroic purpose of valuing nutrition integrated with helping build millions of jobs in developing world around rural communities where whole foods has long-term sourcing relationships and providing staff with the  most interesting, joyful and productive lifetimes of any large us mass product retailer (unless you have other nominations)

    Mackey references:
    www.wholeplanetfoundation.orgwww.wholekidsfoundation.orgwww.consciouscapitalism.org youtube on whole purpose

    Next collaboration challenges with youth


    Viralise good news debates on which other global market sectors want to join the movement (conscious capitalism) of asking what is the greatest purpose their market sector could value multiply globally and locally


    Wholeplanetfoundation has done an extraordinary world service of sharing its seal of approval of most valuable local microcredits. However cashless banking is the next revolution coming to banks with values. How can we all help to make sure the most economical pro-youth banking networks are celebrated by enough people everywhere to make the net gen the most productive and sustainable time to be alive

    Norman Macrae Foundation http://nmfound.net next steps

     Friends of the 170th year of trying to design economics to end hunger http://normanmacrae.ning.com and I are urgently interested in what curriculum of Grameen all young people should have access to for the future. http://globalgrameen.ning.com

    More particularly if the world opinion leaders of millennium goals who first assembled microcreditsummit in 1997 had prioritised education competences as much as financial ones = what could have been networked to become a massive open online curriculum (between 1997 and the last world microcreditsummit in spain 2011) ? How could young people have joyfully navigated around dr yunus life experiences both to end poverty and celebrate job creation with extraordinary collaboration technology - what links would come together for all to question and action first? Indeed would the whole internet as a smart knowledge mediation space be different from one overrun by advertising views of communications and costly pr-led NGOs

    Happy 2013? I see the need for a year long iterative process just to begin to make this community of practice relevant. Our family foundation http://wholeplanet.tv would be happy to join in with peoples and places who want to co-host this inquiry. First diarised entry in this process is 25-27 March Dhaka. Being forever optimistic, I am hoping that USAID's first ever call for an education summit to happen in washington dc in august 2013 will be America's best opportunity for convergence around Yunus for a very long time, then Paris hosts 5000 Europe-wide summit at http://www.convergences2015.org in September. Where else can friends of Yunus Diary help him most to race to poverty museums and stock markets that value sustainability of society as the prime purpose of how capital consciously www.consciouscapitalism.org structures family's savings and investment in next generation? chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

    To date 3 remembrance parties in a www series have been hosted in the 40 countries whose entrepreneurial peoples Norman was privileged to survey. Current top debating agenda: How can 
    public media and pro-youth educators  free economic journalists to get back to the 1843 founding purpose of The Economist as a social action network celebrating those who invested in ending hunger and ending capital abuse of youth.


    Since economics either designs or destroys the futures most people wants, where are the most transparent (joyful) cases of journalists for humanity in opening up freedom of speech  (and of local peoples channels) to market in every sustainable community?


    Can public media's greatest storytellers please revisit how the 20th C's greatest social concepts got politically killed off a year after they were born. see Norman on EU; on Nations' Health


    Can we start with trillion dollar audits- ie viralise debates of any global village market worth a trillion dollars and ASK what future purpose people most want this to exponentially grow-not-crash?  


    Unique purposes of such life-shaping markets as nutrition, pharmaceuticals, other healthcare, water, mass media , one to one (digital) media, tech hardware, transportation, energy, banks, real estate, university education, other education, professions, place public servants, charities and so on ...

    Fazle Abed- 900/1 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generationFREEMARKET Role 
    - Exponentially Sustainable economics most valuable partnership investing in net gen's co-production of millennium goals
    What would world miss without Fazle Abed? 

    if your worldview is rooted in happiness and freedoms of our next generation's productivity- which is where the entrepreneurial roots of capitalism emerged 9 quarters of a century ago, then you may  value the optimistic pro-youth reasonings and severe contest of leadership that turned The Economist into the world's favorite viewspaper, and so the more you search the more you will probably find that brac is the net generation's most economic network of partnerships.


    Reasonings The Economist used in the second half of the 20th century to value the net generation to invites us all to co--create  the most productive time to be alive included:

    invest youth's productivity with net gen's million times more collaboration tech in millennium goals uniting human race

    want asian pacific worldwide century to be the most extraordinary region of human development between 1975-2075

    trust that economics models of sectors growing at moore's law speed around multi-win sustainability investment models to those who have the most experience in such community grounded microeconomics including the Japanese and type MIT type of open educational networks

    understand the media implication of what einstein, keynes and von neumann said about preventing compound risk of a borderless world in which all human productivities become ever more interconnected


    BRAC's partnerships criss-cross all those sorts of reasonings in the most motivating human ways ever to have been connected into the organisational architecture if a network of 100 massively resourced win-win partners aimed at empowering community-owned service franchises round lifes most critical needs. As world bank exec Karen Spainhower says- BRAC offers any organisation with unique tech resources the chance to partner in a lab designed round innovating the most humanly valuable possibility of your technology's collaborative value.

    Next youth collaboration challenges

    Wherever educators and economists and youth mix this can be a joyful value multiplying training exercise in net generation innovation 

    Make a list of trillion dollar global market sectors plus any others that are life critically important in locally sustaining community safety and health

    Focus on one of the sectors that matters most passionately to the skills the people in your meet. Discuss what purpose of that sector could match worldwide  youths most exciting goals to 2025 - look and see whether any of BRAC's top 100 partners is already mapping a value chain relevant to that purpose

    Countdown how many of 3 billion new jobs could be collaboratively developed around the world if the purpose and suitable multi-win value chain were wholly invested in now. Consider the opportunity if  investors and educators led the way thanks to  banks with pro-youth economic values and universities with pro-youth economic  values

    Norman Macrae Foundation http://nmfound.net   next steps 

    if we valued the future exponentially the way keynes advised, what 10 most transparent contests of futures leadership should we be posting as questions here?

    example case 1 - there is a race to bank a billion people with 100 times less costly mobile cash - will who win this race may determine whether families investments thru 2010s invest in 3 billion most productive jobs of net generation - norman macrae believed so in our 1984 book on netgen and in his last articles written 2008 at age of 85 and celebrated here at The Economist's boardroom 2010

    case 1 next steps - NM futures roundtables on cashless banking and netgen's 3 billion jobs have so far been celebrated: 1 The Economist Boardroom; 2 with Mandela and Branson's practiice leader of the free university movement, 3 with the Japanese Embassy and Sir Fazle Abed - can you suggest where to host 4th event in this entrepreneurial revolution world series - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - DCLondonTokyoParis ...


    Franck Riboud- 200/7 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET Role - Europe's Number 1 Partner in Entrepreneurial Revolution

    What would world miss without Franck Riboud?.......................................

    Without Franck Riboud - and his sustainability investment advisers at Danone and HEC - Dr Muhammad Yunus would not have found a global brand leader prepared to put billions of dollars of goodwill into Yunus 3rd Entrepreneurial Revolution: -the launch of global social business partnerships. Launched in 2005, ER3 aims to linkin danone with yunus/grameen brand architecture as youth world's favorite mission-maker. This can be achieved by celebrating good new media and learning how to joyfully question how to free the pro-youth future of every global market relevant to millennium goal races . Yunus calls these the poverty museum race and the SB stockmarket win-win-win game > Yes we can invest in ending poverty and empowering the net generation as youth's most productive time

    World ER firsts include; paris world champion of social business; danone communities SB fund; danone communities portal; world's first social business professorship; making entrepreneur the favorite economic construct of the net generation in France and beyond!; the most exciting infant nutritional product that 21st C China has co-invented

    Without Riboud's lead other extraordinary french partners might not have formed around yunus: grameen credit agricole's 2 funds; veolia's water ecology partnerships; schneiders support of the second million of solar units installed by grameen energy; renault's new partnership in the social future of auto

    Next youth collaboration challenges

    How can we help America's and Europe's leaders of Entrepreneurial Revolution invite ceos into a mother of all benchmarking movements.

    Europe will be the first region to collapse in the sub-prime trap wall street spun out to the world unless we urgently stage a pro-youth future review of every market sector and adapt every economical franchise that youth jobscompetitions are waving round the world

    Moreover, how can we help youth mediate CONVERGENCES such as:

    Paris is now the epicentre of the world's number 1 millennium goals summit http://www.convergences2015.org/

    Paris is also the epicentre of Europe's saftest banking model for investing in youth - see Maria Nowak

    How can we link in future of universities to SMBA first planned as a partnership vehicle in sustaining pro-youth futures by HEC's Benedict Faivre-Tavignot

    NB - iss interesting to connect the nutrition stories of western and eastern world's greatest Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries. Yunus. first non-banking line extension involved nutrition for infants c. 1980; nutrition has from birth flowed through the corporate purposes of both Danone and Whole Foods. It is also nutrition that is at the heart of transformation of USAID beyond aid and the flagship private-public partnerships intended to be celebrated by http://www.feedthefuture.gov/. How do we make sure youth is involved in mediating all such partherships?

    Norman Macrae Foundation http://www.yclub100.com/ next actions

    Help us to complete the dots in the greatest celebrations of Entrepreneurual Revolution since 1976

    1976.1 The Economist launches the genre of ER to promote youth-economics necessary for coming net generation to be most productive time to be alive

    1976.2 Yunus starts testing investment banking for world's poorest communities instructed by village mothers collaboration wishes to invest in their next generation

    1982.1 Norman Macrae and The Economist launch valuation map of service economics-

    teams , franchises are pivotal processes in valuing how productiuvely human lifetimes can serve community needs. This makes all industrial age past MBA constructs suspect at best. Two years later any ER can see why the 21st C world will need to be saved from old professions wherever they dont fully value goodwill, trust, joy, emotional intelligence, transparent conflict resoluton, ending risk comounding at boundaries in the coming borderless world.

    1984 Norman published first book valuing the net generation and inviting worldwide entrepreneurs to join in the race to help net generation co-create 3 billion jobs

    1988 Norman Macrae launches http://www.worldclassbrands.tv/ for media professionals who want to do good with media and http://www.valuetrue.com/ for professionals who want to do good with metrics by studying multi-win models

    1996 Yunus launches ER2 - how can youth and 100000 grameen village hubs mobilise web tech to bring down degrees of separation on actioning any life critical information -consequence grameenphone is bangladesh's most valued corporation and a generation of bangaldeshi youth are world leaders in mobile tech

    Healthcare –end nurseless village – free nursing colleges
    Education –virtually free university movements- student jobs competitions-  understand where future of jobs come from – least source is passing exams
    Connect most resourced universities tech advance with universities nearest to most urgent societal labs (eg MIT & Alabama)
    Knowhow tech –whole story of borderless youth economies 84-24 but order of play matters – invest in youth 5000 networks whose collaboration can sustain worldwide growth faster than elder 5000 nets can destroy sustainability; map 3 billion jobs creation and link to youth co-producing most exciting millennium goals
    Mass media –vital role of bbc and public media- vital role of future of stars
    Safety, Peace – needs cross-cultural youth facilitation in every community-
    peace dividend move over from biggest nation employer armed forces to biggest = civic service
    Water, food, nutrition – celebrate that both community  banks and health start with nutrition community investments  – value why paris-HEC sustainability net  chose most important first global cluster of yunus
    Energy Waste  solar and photosynthesis energy – and total higher quality value chain of agriculture and clean- and impacts on peace as solar is a distributed source

    2012: Join us at facebook as we complete 40 years of Entrepreneurial Revolution research on how to co-create the net generation's next 3 billion jobs- final cases being prepared for this book on why economics either destroys or designs the futures that youth want most.
    Mediate principles of youth economics
    1 Places cant grow if capital (family savings) not invested in next gen’s productivity
    2 World trade as such doesn’t impact human race’s growth – energy and tech does
    3 Entrepreneurial Revolution debate hosted by economist since 1972 on grounds of energy and tech- net generation greatest growth or destruction of worldwide increase in productivity of human lifetimes
    value Japan multi-win models of economics- knowledge multiplies value in use unlike industrial age consuming up things
    Financial Services –action learn from investment banking in youth
    Cashless banking –community first franchises
    Advance prep world debates on Tech changes Value Chain – youth and community sustaining first
    End government –led bubbles –currency, property, any big vested interest not pro-youth
    Trillion dollar audits of unseen wealth’s exponentials (up & down) pop by mass media and digital media

    Over 20 years ago Norman Macrae helped formed an ER club, which also became the genre "world class brands", for media practioners that believed it is possible to multiply goodwill  (instead of 
    badwill) around the world with media.


    The simplest exercise we invite your collaboration is to brand charter is visions of each markets purpose when designed round what people most want -and trust- from that market's most knowledgeable doers and connectors

    media - our favorite charter by an entrepreneur in media revolves round designing content (stimulus) "to take part in a severe contest between intelligence which presses forward, and an unworthy timid ignorance obstructing our progress"

    education  - at times of great change (early 20h C Gandhi & Montessori, early 21st C why not every educator and parent ) -prioritise providing youth structures to joyfully create jobs or maximise how their unique lifetimes can generate income by applying community-grounded franchises serving each other- and never to see examanitaion of old facts as an end in itself 

    an advanced exercise becomes converging 2 or more market's purposes- do you have a good enough wording of the purpose of education and media for the net generation to celebrate? we'd love to celebrate it here :...

    Inviting publishers of pro-youth economics: the idea is rising with journal of social business and our associates including pro-youth projects of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant:  why not turn whole planet into a sector by sector charter of how to value that sector's free market so as to create more youth jobs everywhere as well as optimally contributing to the race to poverty museums? Abed (72), Yunus (76), Macrae (84).. - if you agree in investing in net generation to co-produce this goal , send your name to chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk and a link dating when you first valued this goal

    The Future' Economies by Youth's Most Valued Professional Mapmaker - What can you first Linkin to with the Joy of Being Free to Produce (source Nobel Peace Prize 2006)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 : 

    The other way involves a little mathematics to map out multi-win models -which we discuss here.
      However one technical issue comes top. Its understanding compound impacts. Let's say that you double your productivity or reaching your life's most exciting goal every 8 years- that means over a lifetime of 40 years you can 2*2*2*2*2*2= 32 times multiply growth or progress your greatest goal. How much growth do you need to attain each year to do that - just 9.1%. When banks or others responsible for peoples intergenerational savings reward people for aiming at excess of 9% annual returns they are behaving in ways that are statistically bound to destroy the future of the place your children live in. Conversely just because some errant bankers may have bankrupted your place that does not mean that right now that place's youth should be imprisoned from developing the great possibilities of the net generation. If german , swiss , american banking or politicians say youth anywhere should be deprived of  the net generation's unprecdented access to million times more collaboration productivity than when man raced to moon in the 1960s then they are not only disatrously wrong economically but they haven't learnt from history what causes wars between nations. And in this era of ever increasing human interconnectvity causing such aggression to spiral will probably end human sustainability even faster than man's current war with nature over climate! 

    It turns out that there is little chance of the human race working on futures our childrens most need unless enough people, of every diversity and practical context, take charge of mediating what economics rules. And there are two ways for people to humanise media including old broadcast and new interaction. The simplest way , which everyone can do with joy, is vision a future that matters most to you and your peers and identify a leader who is inviting everyone who trusts each other to make that future happen. This web believes in hunting out 100 leaders who want 2010s (and net generation) to be most productive time to be youth anywhere. Please help us identify such leaders. 

    Larry Brilliant- 100/13 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET Role - Understanding risk espeially Health and Safety's Most Life Critical Maps of Connectivity

    What would world miss without Larry Brilliant?

    First consider 2 cases Larry had a huge influence in before mobile connectivity became ubiquitous

    He's probably the most trusted medical expert of combating unnecessary blindness. His expert network helped the Indian founder or http://www.aravind.org/ - one of the most brilliant examples of a service franchsie designed round purpose instead of profit extraction. Aravind's founder asked why not open source life critical knowhow (his goal being ending unneccessary blindness in india) as a team franchise with the efficiency that Mcdonalds profites from replicating fast food. Aravind is arguably the clearest case of a replicable social business franchise in a medical field

    Larry's own most famous moment came in ending the last case of smallpox. Ending a plague takes extraordinary coordination of local mapping information. Ending such a risk depends on how collaboratively bottom-up information flows are shared.

    Larry took his practical experience to reducing degrees of separation of life critical information to his job as first head of http://www.google.org/ and currently works with Jeff Skoll http://www.globalthreats.org/ on popularising the relationship betwen compounding risk and man's accelrating connectivity. The project that begun this whole emerging area for Skoll networks of entrepreneurship seems to have been the filming of Gore's inconveneint truth

    Until recently mankind didnt build systems on the same global sacle as nature. Consequently when a disatrous mistake was made it might collapse a civilisation but not the whole human race. Mathematicians as early as Einstein have warned its not obvious that the human race will survive the techbology of extreme connectivity. Ironically Von Neumann -the father of modern day computing- died before his time due to nuclear exposure. The dynamics of nuclear and plagues are 2 heath and safety risks everyone can see. Those who have stuidied exponential impacts most including Larry would add such compasses as poverty's loss of hope among youth, climate and other crises where man scales a global dynamic in opposition to nature's value selection, and history's record . This show that with every new connectivity media: evil networkers have linked in faster than goodwill networkers. All Hitler needed to spread his evil propaganda fastest was the seemingly small innovation of audio tape recording integrated with radio - his vicious propaganda could be endlessly replayed while people of goodwill had to make each of their speeches live.

    Next collaboration challenges

    Since the start of the fourth quarter. media entrepreneurial revolutionaries have been focused on the 64 trillion dollar question will the human race use digital media to get collaboratively smarter, or to get dumber and more addicted the way orwell's big brother endgame spins

    Ask forbidden questions like these - what's the smartest twittering collaboration you have ever seen and what's the dumbest. (the origin of twiller was to help people communicate in real time emergencies- suppose twitter has apperaed just before 9/11 and been marketed to first responders before the public)

    What's the smartest mapmaking app you have seen and whats the dumbest?

    Where else than the investment banks for the world's poorest mothers do capital structures for investing in goodwill multiplication thrive?

    Is you region's future led by economics of scaling up small is beautiful ,or letting the big get bigger rule over everyone else with systems that are too big to exist

    By France's definition the entrepreneurual school of economics is interested in integrating society's visions of each global markets purspose- which markets do you know of that have enough freedom of speech to value society's view of sustainability's exponential impacts

    Discuss does the 21st C have an equivalent of the trio gandhi-montessori-einstein who worked to transform rule over india by british empire? This had accidentally become professionally about command and control ( separation's top-down ivory towers) instead of the mathematically deeper integration skills needed on the ground to value mapping context, diversity, botlom-up and open the way nature rules her world of evolution, -and which webs are humanity's first tool to mimic with! Collaboration is the new competitive advantage andthe good news is its economics thrives on abundancy not manipulating scarcity

    Norman Macrae Foundation next steps

    Norman Macrae and Peter Drucker first met before Norman reached his teens. The occasion was an informal dinner party while Norman's dad worked at British Consular in Stalin's Moscow. It was from those first observations that peter and norman as avid diarists were to be the 20th's century's most clear advocates of economists bever desigbing system that are too big to exist. By 1984 as the first journalist of the internet generation,Norman wrote by 2005 man recognised that the gap in income and expectations of rich and poor nations became recognised as the human race's greatest risk.

    To date 21st c economists have completely failed to be transpararent about the worldwide dynamics of networkng compound risk. This is spite of Brookings expert report on this phenomenon in 2000 called Unseen Wealth. Unfortunately just as bilpolar usa politics between bush and gore threw out all of the whole truth's debates on climate sustainability they threw out understanding that economists should always value the search for win-win-win purpose not the race by the big to get bigger. The economically sustainable way to advance the human lot is to adopt Sir Fazle Abed's maxim. Small may be beautiful, but in Bangladesh large scale is absolutely essential. This is why understanding aravind type cases of open microfranchising innovations are crucial to the future capacity of economics to design the futures peoples most want. Note this ABC

    A) how a service franchise starts with turning one community into a social lab, working for how ever many years it takes to perfect a service franchise that bring's downs degrees of separation of world know to a very local app

    B) demand that such life critical apps are primarily open sourced as community-0wned franchises

    C) Ensure that every place structures enough of family's savings as cpaital that invest in the productivity of that place's next generation. That's why investment banks for the poor turn out to be the most trusted financial systems for replicating open source franchises round life critical apps. Norman's last articles written in 2008translated this understanding to prevent usa/europe from spinning wall street's subprime folly grandeur into quintuple dip recession through 2010s. His 1984 work on the internet clariiued why the way we integrate every community into globalisation will either produce the most productive time for worldwide youth or destroy this. There is no in-between endgame from being the first generation that is more connected than separated.

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    11:07 am edt 

    Tuesday, August 7, 2012

    Michael Palin- 200/7  leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - The broadcaster whose joy of people liberated future from cross-cultural pasts


    What would world miss without Michael Palin

    The British Boradcasting Corporation is the largest world service and publicly funded broadcasters. It is owned entirely by the peoples. So the question of whom does the BBC 1 2 trust most to do a most optimistic series of peoples/youth futures around the world is the most interesting one any Briton and any youthful entrepreneurial global villager  may currently ask? 

    However Michael Palin's unique cv demonstartes he woul do a good enough first run. His media life was born in the same oxbridge theatres that Keynes loved. This led to the timelesssBBC  satire of Monty Python which even today brings a smile to the most angry nerd's face (the antidot to Batman's Joker archetype)

    . But most joyfull and more recently his cross cultural roadtrips share a care of going and living with people to understand their communal view of the world that is happilyclassless and non-political and dare I say as human as any community guide I have been able to search .   

    Next youth collaboration challenges

    The EU hosted 2 belated summits end of 2011 admitting that the last chance of getting youth back to work depends on meshing 2 mechanisms:

    Searches of what social solutions microentrepreneurs can replicate as community-grounded franchises


    Mobilising the last untapped source of credits through what is called social impact bonds; unless maria's open knowledge networking are linked by EU to the financial wizards negotiation hundreds of billions dollars worth of bonds from foundations, there is little likelihood of europe escaping the longest -and most unnecessary -recession ever

      tour palin celebrating - shia and shiite    iran and syria  timbuktu   afghanistan 

    Wherever you travel, Palin explains, "people are fascinating. You want them to like you and you want to like them. I find myself especially drawn to people who might tend to be sneered at. The thing I remember from Sheffield, when I was growing up, was characters. People who looked at life in a different way. I was always attracted to people like that."
    Norman Macrae Foundation www.yclub100.com  next actions

    to understand why cross-cultural warmth maters to end poverty as well as end fatal conceit of top-down economists; its simplest to bo back to a future history of The Economist as debated by entrepreneurial revolutionaries in 1977 

    Here's dad's 1977 application of Keynes Economics-Designs-The-Future to the then majority of world's people

    2 billion people - 1977 This is a survey of the half of the people of the world I know least. They are the more important half to discuss now.Two thousand million people live in Asia East of Iran. They include three fifths of the world's teenagers and childrens which means three fifths of all our futures. The majority of them live in households with cash incomes of under a dollar a day. Less than half are being brought up in a democracy.

    One reason why these nations are poor is that they are nations of children. However in the next 2 decades more than a billion people are going to flock into the most productive age groups and a surprising number of them will be literate. This will be an accession to the labor force out of all proprtion to what the world has seen before. If we can provide most of these people with the opportunity for a job that is approximately inaccord with their capabilities - and this is what a tolerably sensible political-economic system should do - then there could in the next 20 years be the biggest upsurge in production and living standards that the world has ever seen. more belw




    Although most Westerners politely do not recognise this the only consistently democratic country in Asia since 1952 has been Japan which has continued the fastet ever economic miracle.

    But in the past decade and a half a thrilling thing has hapened in undemocratic asia, possibly the most significant development in the world in our lifetime. After many centuries in which the real problem of poverty in Asia has been rural underemplyment, two different sorts of society have begun to break through to creating full employment at last. One is China which this survey will show has establised a "rural Keynism" by mistake. The other breakthrough is being made by such countries as South Korea and Taiwan that are folowing the trail blazed by Japan. ...




    So the scene for this survey is set. Everything for our world's future will depend on whether this Asian majority of the world adults during the next 15 years proceed down such hellish roads as urban guerillas or nationalist soldiers under some Genghis Khan but with access to nuclear arms. Or could economics connect with finer prospects including a Sino-Japanese led 21st century into a time of cultural renaissance, which the America-led 20th century and the British-led 19th century disappointingly have not been.

    Any upward outcome will allow our grandchildren in America and Europe to live in a rather nice world. Anything downward from that will probably blow us up.

    Roerence 7 years of debates 1976-1983 among entrepreneurs led to another scenario of 3 billion jobs for the net generation -norman's 1983 book

    and of course yunus pathway (and that otentially of aisn friends including obama's mother in indonesia) - started testing grameen 1976 and started molbilising grameen from 1996

    10:11 am edt 

    Taddy Blecher- 100/8 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET Role - Most connected practitioner of free universities predicted to be the largest export economy of African continent in 2010s


    What would world miss without Taddy Blecher?


    The marvelous entrepreneurial idea that university staff can help youth create jobs . Moreover, a nation's investment in education designed round youth entreprenurs leads the way to post-industrial win-win-win models and ten times more productive youth the world over



    Early Mandela and Branson partners linking in round freeing university education for job creating students include:

    Google Africa

    Kiva worldwide

    Next collaboration challenges


    Help the world debate what revolutionary peer to peer curricula free universities innovate


    Ensure the most practical connections between the world's most resourced universities offering open educational resources and the free universities that started with the least resources but the most urgent social labs and passionately inspiring youth


    Further reference - ask for our whitepaper on the Future of Universities

    Norman Macrae Foundation next steps


    Our foundation's goal of demonstrating that 5000 collaboration youth of the net generation can be selected to build global village economies faster than any 5000 zero-sum big bankers' traders can externalise relies on strong twin city and triad structures. We are planning nairobi and joburg as one such twin capitals for celebrating youthful collaboration entrepreneurs and welcome information sharing with pan-african good news journalists such as www.africa24tv.com



    discussion on futures of education
    9:58 am edt 

    Monday, August 6, 2012

    BRAVO BRAZILIAN PEOPLE -can your next generation afford the 2 most expensive pr junkets in the world back to back? -see also our discussion on is Bula still a top 100 leader of youth's sustainable futures

    Aldous Huxley Brave New World was written -along with Orwell's Big Brother in 1930s - as a warning -what if mass media ended the world by over-entertaining people?

    Today, we are on the breach. Mass media has created global leagues of fame around sports and pop stars but left out youth's links to heroes who are doing most good for the world. The value chain of sports men has become totally uneconomic, sporning such anti-youth processes as greenwashing through which whole trillion dollar market sectors lose the freedom of serving their sectors most life sustaining purpose.

    This disastrous (system collapsing) mess could be resolved by such means as:

    university of stars- budding superstars are given a second agent by their nation of origin who tutors them on real heroes (the exact opposite of the sorts of agent who maximise a stars monetisation but end lives from doing good- think of jackson or Whitney or which star do you feel lives the most unreal life -rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

    the olympics insures the national host  that there will not be a net loss viewed from 5 years on - the olympics was the beginning of the end of the greek economy and while Brazil is big enough not to be destroyed by one world stage event, it is very unlikely to be pro-youth economical to stage both world cup and olympics unless processes such as university of stars are born - for more see danny boylemonica yunus, viv westwood...

    Get A Life, Vivienne Westwood

    Vivienne Westwood blog. ... Time spent at Occupy London brings up thoughts of the nature of 'people's resistance to the war on


    - to start this cross-culturally conversation begin with the biggest aunty of them all (the largest public investment the british people have ever made) - debate the role of the bbc  and what was once a genuine world service

    : why on planet earth hasn't BBC of the turn of the millennium sided with the internet's purpose being the most valuable open education media as opposed to being made an appendage of tv advertising's image age?

    Bula- 300/6 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - Changed a huge nation to be on the up and up


    what would world miss without Brazil"- Brazil is becoming the people's most curious questioners on the cost of huge sporting events when these are separated from youth heroising people who are doing most to make the world the better place- while this question is due to take the world stage for the next 3 years 2014 (football)-2016(Olympics)- the question has a great heritage- the city of porto alegre went bust in the arly 1990s? - the people took to the streets to co-create their own big-society soilutions; from this the world social forum , and then bula's linking in of world social and economic forums- given how uneconomic the ashoka version of social entrepreneur had become it was the right time to celebrate a new network of social-business entrepreneurs- bula also help start a quartet of trades between fast rising countries BRIC - Brazil Russia, India China, and pre-presidency supported water as a human right -see 100000 yout curricula of bon aqua linking in schools around foz - word's largest dam and largest underground freshwater researve


    What would world miss without Bula


    Brazil would almost certainly miss being one of the 3 most exciting growth nations starting up our 21st C


    How did he do it?. Before becoming president he supported urgent ecological and end-poverty agendas. For example, Brazil shares the world's largest dam with 3 nations and has the world's largest freshwater reserves. Bula helped turn Foz into a world class  ecological conference centre and ensured over 100000 children whose families live in the water basins helped created a schools curriculum on good water.


    Brazil created the world social forum as an alternative way for world news to start each year to the world economic forum in Davos. It was Bula who commuted half way across the world to attend both forums. It is unlikely that Schwab would have become one of the 3 main publishers of connections with social entrepreneurs without Bula's example.


    Bula declared that Brazil was a country whose future merited its own summit of countries who most wanted to win-win-win trade with Brazil

    Next youth collaboration challenges


    While President, Bula invited Yunus on national tv programs to explain how to end poverty with banking. He's helped choose a successor who continues to develop Brazil's poverty relief programs with Yunus-style models


    Lets hope pro-youth economists can find ways of seeing how Portugal and Europe now need to connect with Brazil's examples of above zero sum net generation more than Brazil needs Portugal, or Europe!


    Help Schwab, who claims to be interested in hi-trust stakeholder modeling to set Brazil's leading market cases as benchmarks


    Norman Macrae Foundation www.yclub100.com next actions


    Brazil will be the next to host the Olympics. It is to be celebrated if Brazil's opening ceremonies champion what the world of youth cal co-produce by adopting Brazil's best examples building on the way that Danny Boyle projected the best the world of productive youth can connect with the UK's impact on future history 

    7:37 pm edt 

    Saturday, August 4, 2012

    Maria Nowak- 200/6  leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - Europe's banking movement for the unemployed and more


    What would world miss without Maria Nowak


    Any community in Europe wanting to start up a bank that helps put youth back to work is best advised to seek maria nowak's advice first


    1.                              She is a Polish_Parisian economist who has been working over 3 decades to integrate what financial services non-banks are allowed to offer in each of the different european nations - her benchmark loans to end unemployment network started in france at www.adie.org  but her knowledge supports project jasmine networks across europe from poland to france- and several of her associates also help connect the banks with values network Global Alliance – For Banking on Values

    www.gabv.org/Independent banks delivering sustainable development for unserved people.   

    Next youth collaboration challenges

    The EU hosted 2 belated summits end of 2011 admitting that the last chance of getting youth back to work depends on meshing 2 mechanisms:

    Searches of what social solutions microentrepreneurs can replicate as community-grounded franchises


    Mobilising the last untapped source of credits through what is called social impact bonds; unless maria's open knowledge networking are linked by EU to the financial wizards negotiation hundreds of billions dollars worth of bonds from foundations, there is little likelihood of europe escaping the longest -and most unnecessary -recession ever

    maria is currently spending a lot of time in Tunisia helping entrepreneurs with its micrloan foundations


    Norman Macrae Foundation www.yclub100.com  next actions


    While its a blow that many nations wont let non-banks offer saving products, the most important dynamic investing in getting youth back to work across europe involves replicating community-owned franchises -ie once person has found out to use a practice market to get started as a microentrepreneur, share that knowledge with any other in-network unemployed youth capable of serving that expertise


    q&a to help accelerate wider understanding of adie such include:

     2 what sorts of peer to peer jobs networks are most numerous across all adie investments

    poland has one of the strongest economies in europe relative to where it was 20 years ago -what can we learn from its community banks and is dad's polish friend jan winiecki still alive or who are his alumni given my fathers support of him as much the most sensible person to transition ex soviet economies -

    1:13 pm edt 

    Nick Hughes - 100/4  leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - Engineered The Number 1 App Freeing productivity of Net Generation?


    What would world miss without Nick Hughes?


    Nick engineered the first successful mobile cashless financial service - mpesa (kenya). It may yet be on the "APP" of cashless banking that freedom of net generation productivity turns because it rewards:

    • hi-trust community agents,
    • bankers with values aimed at financing productivity not debt consumption,
    • those who celebrate 100 times more economical infrastructures of basic monetary transaction - see norman macrae's last article

    What's interesting is that cashless banking is big enough for an association of over 100 national regulators to be benchmarking what works where and what doesn't

    Next collaboration challenges


    Entrepreneurial revolutionaries can gain from watching all of nick's next projects - eg cashless loans for solar in kenya is starting up - also by watching how other mobile innovators including the Quadir family who first commercialised village phones are taking on mobile banking projects


    Norman Macrae Foundation next steps


    Join our readership club of MIT issue 4 2011 innovations on financial inclusion - the ,sot uptodate single source knowledge of where mobile cashless entrepreneurial revolutions are blossoming


    We'd like to see 5th grade teaching on currency included in alfatoun's 90 country program on financial literacy. We need to get to a world where never again can the double folly of the euro ( letting a few bad bankers and top-down politicians put a nation's youth in permanent debt with no warning signals separated currencies offer). For more technical debates on why people need to take back currencies see norman's review of the first 100 hobarts of the Institute of Economic Affairs

    10:16 am edt 

    George Soros Family - 100/3  leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - Reformed Speculator Pro-Youth Economist


    What would world miss without George Soros? 
    It is unclear that Bangladesh would have ever become a country with youth tech leaders without George's timely loan enabling start-up of GrameenPhone


    Pro-Youth Econonics 2010s: George Soros has been amongst the most pro-active in suggesting what to do with Euro and Wall Street if macroeconomics is not to destroy youth's futures


    If we are going to help make the net generation be worldwide youth's most productive time, we can't cut off funding from some youth just because they live in a country whose elders messed up or were manipulated. Especially as we are living in unique time where collaboration models can increase human wealth and health by 10-fold compared with scarcity economic models of consuming up things.


    Soros knows how currencies have been perfect gables for speculators in the past and what to change so that they stop continuing to be speculator heaven and youth hell

    Next collaboration challenges


    We need a lot more youth and journalists to be trained in analysing wherever countries are debt-ridden , who profited from it. Then viralising chapter and verse across youth twitter networks


    George Soros goes further: TO Lead or Leave:  its time to demand Germany leaves the Euro unless it welcomes ending its model of Europe being populated by creditor and debtor nations 


    Alex Soros http://www.alexandersorosfoundation.org/ convenes opinion-leaders events out of new york and there could be a lot of synergies with the events monica yunus www.singforhope.org  hosts in identifying superstars who want to give bank to job creating community


    Norman Macrae Foundation next steps


    Try to build on links between the three families histories and passion for pro-youth economics

     Try to linkin other grassroots superstars foundation http://activeresistance.co.uk/  supermodels  

    and other community sustaining processes BBC is happiest to promote - eg the choir with Gareth Malone
    10:10 am edt 

    Butler-Sloss - 100/2  leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - Philanthropic Knowledge Network Leader

    What would world miss without Butler-Slosshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzEajBQ9gmQ  

    Connecting the passionate field innovators of solar (eg williamsbunker roywallis) with community financing systems ( eg members owned microcredits) with opinion leaders (royalty, bbc broadcasters nature) needed to revolutionise sustainability infrastructures with youth media (eg green student entrepeneurcompetitions)


    Butler-Sloss leads the Oscars http://ashden.org  for microenergy and microgreen networking. She brings her family's resources and trust which are second to none among pro-youth foundations in UK and offer cross-cultural collaboration authority worldwide.


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    Green needs to linkin collabortaion youth and leadership movements to reform 20th C economics so that sustainability is costed into pricing decisions being made. Worldwide partners (eg out of Japan whose green needs are most urgent among wealthiest nations) are urgent with those prepared for the deepest conflicts involved in helping peoples  revolutionaise social infrastructures.  Particularly those below concerning solar entrepreneurial revolution:-


    By any pro-youth logic, solar energy is the most economic form of energy wherever there is sun.


    Macreconomic mindsets currently ruling the world use 2 main ways to block this whole truth:

    1 market pricings of energy are biassed towards forms of energy that are stealing from sustainability of our future generations


    2 any energy needs a huge distribution infrastructure and none of these old energy infrastructures prioritises future sustainability over current profiteering


    Norman Macrae Foundation next steps


    Work below the radar in connecting the various jewels in sustainability's crown. Out of UK these could be Ashden, and BBC. Constitutionally across Europe they integrate Royal Hunt of the Sun. (eg 1 princes accounting project)


    Researching what are other nations/regions similarly collaborative jewels in sustaining youth and global village communities everywhere.


    Continuing our netgen search since 1984 of 3 billion new jobs (billion green; billion tech; billion community) Hosting Norman Macrae remembrance parties wherever  hi-level connections need celebrating in ways that the world's 10000 most collaborative youth can help generate. http://charter.ning.com  and http://grameengreen.com

    9:57 am edt 

    Friday, August 3, 2012

    200/4 Barbara Parfitt

    FREEMARKET  Role - Unacknowledged heroine of affordable healthcare and community job creation


    What would world miss without Barbara Parfitt?

     Recommended peoples purpose of healthcare  -affordable so that nobody dies before their time as a joyfully active contributor to business or society - depends on communities celebrating nurses. To deeply understand the possibilities we celebrate understanding the inspiration of Barbara's project of ending nurseless villages. 

    Having spent most of her life out of Glasgow training as many nurses for the National Health Service as anyone, Barbara decided to become the practice leader of the Grameen Nursing College in Dhaka Bangladesh - the flagship collaboration project of social business healthcare which Dr Yunus first announced to the world in his Laureate speech 2006


    Next youth collaboration challenges


    As many worldwide youth as possible need to know how and why to advocate for the end nurseless village project as being the most pivotal of all Girl Power projects. It can create tens of millions of jobs for young women who would otherwise be underemployed, or in developing countries married through dowries or other mechanisms that dont empower a human being to develop her own greatest talents


    Tens of millions may be an underestimate the more we look at how mobile technology can change total education and health systems. For example village girls can now take mobile ultrasounds around village ,mothers to be so that the ten per cent in danger at birthtime are identified ahead of time. More at http://www.grameenhealthcare.com/


    There is ample research to show that vocationally-motivated nurses know how to run more affordable healthcare than lawyers or non-medical administrators. When it comes to doctors and pharmaceutical companies the relationship needs restructuring to take full advantage of the order of magnitude more time that nurses spend with patients and in empowering communities to develop peer to peer knowledge.


    Case reference  ask for the process a life in the day of a boy with hemophilia which helped to bring together all uk connectors of this specialist community of practice more joyfully as well as more economically.


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    Norman foresaw how the first net generation designed healthcare as pivotal to creating 3 billion jobs - especially the billion jobs that arise from ensuring that every global village is capable of healthily and productively sustaining children born there


    Norman's 1984 survey on healthcare international in The Economist  -better quality at an eighth the cost hasn't been followed up purposefully. Time to update it with what we now know digital hubbed communities can prevent, detect and advance wellbeing,


    The nice thing about celebrating nurses and networks searching for extremely affordable healthcare is that it advances open source practices and brings down degrees of separation on life critical information searches in ways that make the most value multiplying uses of tim berners open architecture of the worldwide web


    Further reference- ask chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk for notes on applying emotional intelligence to nurses visions of the NHS - a collaboration project of the EU knowledgeboard.com sig on emotional intelligence which chris was volunteer origin of during its first 3 years of knowledge sharing



    Most Economic Purpose- affordable health & wellbeing service for all

    (social goal nobody dies before their time; ) segmented value multiplying foci: infants. mothers and youth


    Major Gamechanger- Free Nursing College -

    subsidiaries: e-medic patient-leading edge mobile apps; open gov - statistics that help people and communities make healthier and more economical treatment decisions


    A free nursing college aims to end nurseless communities.

    Overall Design criteria

    Free apprenticeship to those who want to take nursing to communities without nurses especially those with lots of mothers and infants. Such communities benefit economically from having first access to nutritional advice which a village nurse can be a living champion of.


    Major Youth Economic Dynamics

    The community franchise explores various ways of being a financially sustainable job - these include blending nursing with education, enabling nurse to be a retailer of basic medicines, technology integration of nurse as monitor of advancing warning signals (eg which 10% of mothers are at risk of mortality at birth), transferring focus of how government spends healthcare budget, branding nursing as number 1 focus of foundations concerned with girl effect, valuing nurse as society's number 1 safety agent.


    Celebrate informal not just formal value-proven ideas : it is better for a community to have a well-enough trained youngster as a point of contact for nursing inquiries than no contact point at all; maximise mentoring flows from retiring nurses (something formal systems' lawyers actually minimise); new economies of technology treatments are revealing many cases where it is more economic to train a nurse in caring for one type of patients than needing expertise in all patients. Nurses can be the cross-culturally most-trusted person in a community and so a door-opener to society as lab for most urgent redesigns - eg what the UK calls Big Society transfer of governing over to community sustaining its own solutions.


    Free tertiary education models have two most economics segments - those who create new jobs, apprenticeships for services where supply is way below demand. Free nursing college is both the most valuable and largest jobs stimulant of apprenticeship-type education.


    Nursing can be designed to multiply open-knowledge sharing dynamics of future of economical healthcare with particular focus on wellbeing and prevention targeting otherwise vulnerable demographic groups. There are huger emotional intelligence flows to energise round nurses than any of the other role-players in healthcare. The nurse as heroine is the sign of cultural and cross-cultural sustainability in 21st C

    2013 -debating: what is unique productivity multiplier of grameen brand as an organisation then the most important thing international friends of yunus can do now is find him nursing trainers- how many of the 4 active usa states of yunus student competitions have been asked whether they can supply nursing trainers; and is this a primary selection condition in terms of choosing which new states to roll out to?
    logic - systemically it is clear to me that every misunderstanding of grameen microcredit starts by failing to see that unlike brac or indeed any other microcredit ever conceived the productivity multiplier of basic grameen from 1976 to 1996 was the village centre of 60 women as a group; it was nothing to do with separate goal of individual advancement over $1 or $2 a day
    between about 1996 and 2005 the village centre mobilised by 1 telephone lady per centre was the main advance in productivity unit because what had previously been 100000 separate centre-hubs could now share knowhow
    however investment in mobile infrastrucure and worldwide models have now advanced so fast that even if yunus had retained control of grameen phone - the main economic unit could not continue as the centre without any unique knowledge franchise 
    i had wondered whether the way energy is distributed had become grameen's new pattern but having just read a german book on the whole history of grameen shakti clearly not -perversely given all yunus previous developments with the village, shakti exponential multipliers depended on winning over goodwill of the richest in each village -it wasnt a centre-founded model at all
    so all (and it can be argued to be a very big all because 16 years lead in how villagers use mobile would suggest girl power of nursing can be the most trusted network multipliier) yunus has left as a unique multiplier at the most micro level is the 21st c nurse planted in evry village to be mobilised as community's most trusted information networker as well as basic health practitioner -
    in a different world - if politicians and civil society grassroots networks were as one in bangladesh (and if washingtton dc hadnt spent last 11 years misunderstanding east and west's deepest cultures) then the urgency of understanding what is grameen unique productive multiplier wouldnt have been so great but right now any competent brand valuation expert or systemic mapper of microcomincs would confirm: its all or nothing unless there is some productive multplier of grameen's sustainability as a uniquely productive bangladesh grassroots network -  that i havent yet been able to find in 5 years of searching
    i would delight in counter-views if they have a systemic not emotional substance that could provide a valid way of mediating the huge conflicts that grameen in bangaldesh is surrounded by
    unfortunately the scottish origins of the grameen nursing model are also in danger of imploding unless usa states give the right lead in the next few monhs in helping accelerate the nearly free nursing college
    technical note - in each of years 2007, 2008, 2009, equity of global grameen was doubling -lets say on a base of 6 billion dollars for 2007 (though base not the doubling is the only unnown)
    for those of us  connected to The Economist alumni of entreprenurship and economic system design who have modelled the coming of internet as social business media/mediation since the early 1970s, there was a chance that grameen social business media branding could have continued to double through each year of 2010s- why shouldnt youth sharing knowledge on united race to poverty museums be a more valuable media than facebook or anything - that idea is now long dead
    the doubling has stopped on best scenario! and even the ownership of the equity is now in doubt - anyone who doesnt understand this aspect of the economics of grameen is most unlikely to be able to give yunus any safe advice
    12:42 pm edt 

    Thursday, August 2, 2012

    Underacknowledged Philantropists Hunter I brahim

    Sir Tom Hunter- 200/3  leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - Unacknowledged Hero Investing in Changing World Summits


    What would world miss without Sir Tom Hunter


    Without Scot Sir Tom Hunter's initial funding, Its not clear that Bill Clinton would have got started with his various global stages starting each UN year off with world development commitments by the great and good


    Most of the impacts of Clinton Global networks may be more indirect than direct :


    The UN cant reach the bottoms its most supposed to help without grassroots partners and youth mediating. In fact if you want revolutionary experiments go do them and invite UN to join them in once you've got a local entrepreneurial revolution ready to replicate

    Next youth collaboration challenges


    Clinton global university in 2012 has come up with an interesting ideas- ask 7 youth region groups across usa to come up with Q&A of economics


    As Clinton hasn't reciprocated on Scottish end of hunter foundations' goals, we need to!

    Hunter Foundation: Effect positive, long-term cultural change to deliver a ‘can do’ attitude initially in Scotland via major investment in, largely, educational programmes. Why?The more enterprising the nation, the more economically stable it becomes providing the necessary funds to deliver for all.Education is the ultimate change agent in achieving this end goal. 

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    We are interested in helping Friends of Scotland make sure that all the movements that hunter invested in Clinton starting connect through Scottish youth entrepreneurs and other places that entrepreneurial economics began precisely because the peoples and place weren't a favorite capital of top peoples summits


    Its a pity that the number 1 entrepreneurial revolution alumn of scottish universities - sir fazle abed- never met Tom Hunter while he was the UK's wealthiest philanthropist especially as both se education as the change that begets al other changes


    Mo Ibrahim - 100/5  leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - Philanthropist of African Transparency


    What would world miss without Mo Ibrahim?


    The Mo Ibrahim Foundation offers the largest annual prize - awarded when transparent African leaders retire from national presidency


    Mo made his money from mobile phone networks in Africa so has unique network connections for judging African leaders. Transparency has never been so vital with so much change mobilising around Africa. Precisely because mobile media can entrepreneurially empower so much bottom-up freedoms, they are also at risk of being closed down by those who power over badwill networks


    Next youth collaboration challenges


    Inspired by Ibrahim a former colleague of Mo Ibrahim is co-founder of www.africa24tv.com which aims to tell the good news stories of hi-trust leaders - both national and leaders who want to help make the content self-sufficient in particular industry sectors.


    Norman Macrae Foundation next steps


    Africa24tv being headquartered in Paris uses a similar mechanism The Economist used to host out of London. Any passing leader is welcome to come in for a luncheon and chat on or off record as they choose. We hope to host a Norman Macrae Remembrance party celebrating Africa24 -ts good news service is something we wish the BBC would learn from www.futureofbbc.com We aim to do this during the week Paris hosts its annual 3000 person millennium goals summit www.convergences2015.org

    5:14 pm edt 

    The Futures Servants - Patten, Hirsch ...

    Chris Patten- 200/2  leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - Freedom of Hong Kong to China, of BBC to Net Generation


    What would world miss without Chris Patten

    The social business of world service broadcasting is probably the most undervalued economic catalyst of all - see The Economist's 1984 recommendation of what innovation the BBC could free a billion netgen people to co-produce as new millennium goal


    There is no one in NW hemisphere establishment who has been responsible for letting so much human change happen


    His Asian experiences are now needed if freeing the bbc's investigation of futures


    Next youth collaboration challenges

      http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2012/jan/25/bbc-trust-chairman-oxford-media-convention?INTCMP=ILCNETTXT3487  This part of his 2012 speech needs celebrating through every open minded journalist (and expert guide) of post-industrial revolution and post top-down Europe: The BBC should be hugely confident about its position and its place in public life. It is a universal service, securely funded, with a wave of public trust and goodwill behind it. The public understand that it is unique, and they understand that it provides a service for the Nation, without being part of the State.No other artistic or media organisation in the world has these advantages. The BBC has to exploit them in order to further demonstrate what sets it apart from the market. It can take a long-term view that looks beyond the week-by-week performance of individual programmes or services. If the BBC simply tries to defend its position and gets caught up in existential concerns, it will end up managing decline.That may be doubly true in a period of considerable political and economic uncertainty, when the BBC needs to use its unique and trusted position in public life try to explain, to interrogate, and to find artistic expression for the big ideas of the day. 

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    The most important survey to ask where people believe media could free good news


    Who could the bbc get to be the most open mindsets guides to the future alongside Danny Boyle


    Tim Berners Lee - the worldwide web

    Michael Palin cross-cultural guide to worldwide joy


    Everybody should see the bloomberg film on how murdoch and china have since 1993 tried to minimise the unique role the BBC could play in freeing peoples futures



    Martin Hirsch- 400/1  leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET  Role - Designer of the  most vocationally interesting Civil Service


    What would world miss without Martin Hirsch


    Can you find a civil service that cares more practically about the vocational experience it gives youth than France's Service Civique


    Hirsch appears to have converged his whole career including past posts as minister of youth and poverty alleviation towards maximising partnerships and pride in service-civique in such a way that every youth mission is an action learning experience

     Between 2008-2011, Martin has taken at least 25 French companies over to Dhaka to experience what Yunus means by social business

    What youth collaboration challenges is Hirsch centre of


    Try and get Yunus to sit down with Hirsch for half an hour and discuss whether yunus format of student sb competitions  (see jobscompetitions) and martin Hirsch's of civil service could become more than their parts. Both celebrate making youth central to leadership partnering programs that pulls on resources that often not made available to youth even though they are public.


    Norman Macrae Foundation www.yclub100.com  next actions


    Try and find someone to write up the impacts of Hirsch's societal entrepreneurial projects in English. The whole world needs to learn from them and they can make prime time content for journal of social business and youth economics. In some ways they represent the most exciting - and large scale partnership - between governement and youth that I have seen - do rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you have seen other exemplars

    5:13 pm edt 

    Danny Boyle 200/1 YunusOlympics; jean-daniel muller 900/2 SielBleu - number 1 networker of pro-youth economic futures of sport?

    Danny Boyle- 200/1 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET Role - Freedom to co-produce futures peoples wants

    What would world miss without Danny Boyle

    Danny Boyle's Opening of the London Olympics was the smartest billion person broadcast that humanity's future histories have ever enjoyed. It shone light on UK innovations to such markets as nursing and healthcare, childrens literature, the worldwide web and mobile telecoms, and even the industrial revolution exciting to value for the greatest advances in the human lot.

    The net generation is facing changes even greater than the industrial revolution, and irreversibly sudden worldwide. So knowing Keynes conclusion that economics is how peoples futures are designed and media chooses how many people are freely included in designing these futures is critical

    Next youth collaboration challenges

    There is no reason why 2010's access to million times more collaboration technology cannot be the most productive time for worldwide youth. But as the first book on the net generation predicted in 1984 the opportunity to design such futures needs the smartest of old broadcast and new interactive media not the dumbest. Compare what Berners Lee intended for the www in 1990 and what has been spun the last 20 years and the risk is the web will be reduced to an invitation of mass media destroying its unique education and productive possibilities.


    Today among mass media in west, only the BBC has the resources to debate the future histories of society and world service in the deepest ways needed.

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    Danny's previous films -eg slumdog millionaire - fit nicely into celebrating the fact that those challenged by the most urgent needs are making the mobilising the most exciting innovations of collaboration technology.

    His relationhsips with the African charity Dramatic Need can linkin with s.Africa's world leadership of free universities supported by partners of Mandela including Richard Branson

    Economics can be designed as a public service (as well as an open space for how innovation resolves conflicts between people connected by the same issue but with passionately rival ideas) by and for everyone. This isn't what happened in the west as the television age accidentally turned public servants into public managers, and access to future design to the most short-term soundbiters.

    download more profiles of 100 collaboration leaders of 2010s = youths most productive decade

    Help YouthandYunus.com link connections between danny boyle and noble laureate dr yunus

    1. Yunus end nurseless villages project was a celebration that began in scotland with the support of a lady who has trained more NHS nurses than just about anyone. Its chief sponsor is the Nike Girl Effect Foundation - empowering productivity of girls is something Nike leadership finds as exciting as any sport its ever sponsored
    2. Yunus' daughter Monica links together gheroes who want to help the net generation be the most productive everywhere- her web www.singforhope.org is codenamed artists peace corps -why not sponsor a young star who doesnt quite achieve superstardom to culturally regenerate communities. The BBC series The Choir shows just how valuable singing can be in renewing community and celebraing positive energies of youth. Viv Westwood encourages superstar models to adopt a youth community cause. Tell us who else we could be linking in chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

    Jean-Daniel Muller- 900/2 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET Role - Social Business can revalue sport's contribution to communities and pro-youth economies 

    What would world miss without Jean-Daniel Muller?

    JDM is founder of www.SielBleu.org . He acts as open network coordinator of how sportsmen who didn't quite become superstars  can co-create jobs for themselves and turn youth's passion for sports into community impacts worldwide. See www.sielbleu.com for news of up to 27 international extensions of network's French origin. View[i] video from 2011 EU social business summit 
    (-fellow speakers include : Y
    unus and the connections he sees with celebrating youthful stars born at social business competitions)

    Part of JDM video

    Thank you Commissioner Barnier for asking us to be an example of European Social Business. Siel Bleu started 14 years ago in Strasbourg - my friends and I were finishing our studies - our problem we were going to become sports teachers - but there were 45000 students who wanted to teach sports but only 5% who end up doing so

    So we decided to look at how to involve elderly in sports training whom nobody else seemed interested in - things require structure so we formed an association to make service available to everyone both high and low income. At start everybody though us mad- getting people in retirement homes involved in sports impossible - so we decided we would do it

    We were helped at local level by regional council 6 months funding for 12 retirement homes after which we'd need to be sustainable with our customers. -6 months down road: 11 establishments said must continue; in the other that had a budget problem, the old people went on strike demanding we continue! Fast forward: today we've created 300 jobs in France for sports for elderly reaching about 70000 peopleAnd we have passed on franchise to other European countries. We're getting services to the people so physical activity is part of everyday life of the elderly in IrelandSpainBelgium-. Yes each country has had to have a different association structure - limited liability company in Ireland
     - foundation in Spain etc. But important thing is to get same service to same target group. We have built a database on 3000 exercises that can help with particular illnesses, More and more customer networks for sports coaching are evolving as our demands to share networks in 27 countries::

    cancer : working with Marie Curie - all kinds of scientific studies show you can reduce cancer recurrence by up to 50% if you get involved in exercise. 
    60 billion Euro Opportunity across 

    EU: crisis/funding cases - study conducted recently across 4 European countries on diabetes and prevention of fractures - shows that if you do regular physical activities - you can save 60 billion euros from annual health budgets we now have 

    Important to find people who share our values and see the end beneficiary as most important, Commitment is our main reward . We celebrate the service view that the best kind of person is one who can be of use to maximum number of people

    Norman Macrae Foundation: relevant next actions http://jobscompetitions.ning.com   

    Since Lord Seb Coe made his Singapore Promise in 2005, we have wanted to see consequence of London Olympics as freeing BBC (and any public media) to celebrate what youth superstars can inspire all the way down to communities and not just at moments of Olympic glory. 

    The role of the BBC as the world's largest social business - can be freed if opinion leaders at www.wholeplanet.tv like Chris Patten, Danny Boyle and Seb Coe act now to help youth fully value the future of heroines and heroes. 

    Liberating entrepreneurial dialogues on this include: 
    Paris (2010) NoTimeLeft.org film-makers and Yunus and Youth hosted  by DanoneCommunities.com at Grand Rex 

    Part of Yunus video

    if you want to design new structure , an idea is: young people and education and reorienting system so entrepreneurship is central to the system, Help students to see they can be job givers as social business entrepreneurs, not just job seekers from businesses

    More specifically why couldn't all schools explain 2 kinds of entrepreneurship -to make money, OR to change the world ... and you can also do both but only if youth know its ok to celebrate entrepreneurs who change the world---

    more specifically why dont we have 2 kinds of business school 

    MBA that specialise in extracting profits, making money in short-term

    SocialMBA preparing for how to solve problems through businesses. Study Social Business - all technicalities and measuring impact of social business- where the ceo will be asked how much impact made this year made, and how much more impact next year on the specific goal the SB is designed around

    Another way to energise youth is through Social Business competitions design. Why not an EU championship: each country will identify their own champion designers and eu can help transfer and service franchises knowhow between country champions

    Once you can design then you can implement- designing is most important issue; here we are not seeking money from EU. its recognition youth need. And encouragement by removal of legal barriers so citizens can come up with their own innovations. The issue is how convinced are citizens by EU that its OK for they the citizens -and the communities - to find ways to solve problems. 

    Does the EU agree that government is not only entity involved in creating solutions to life-shaping service problems?

    The student SB competition is the vehicle, then once you have seen winning designs - and the passionate commitment of youth - you can create funds .If somebody has great idea its funding can be local, private, created by foundation, or gov. There is also so much Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) money that goes out promoting something - why not encourage companies to put some of their CSR money into funds- eg Credit Agricole is in process of establishing SB fund.
    european roll of honor -apart from sports for the elderly what other service markets do you know of where government actually helped people multiply community-owned franchises

    join our discussion - in spite of being owned by the people -and having probably 10 times more resources than any other public broadcaster - the only business sectors i have ever seen the bbc let someone star as a voice for the public - are chefs eg jamie oliver - and choirs eg gareth malone- do tell us if you think the bbc has covered any other markets from the point of view of how to create jobs and sustain communities - it amazes me that the bbc doesnt seem to feel any responsibility for Keynes finding that economics either designs or destroys the futures people want most - and which you get largely depends on media's responsibility

    discuss why governments so often block community-owned franchises development in service economy - how they side with big vested interests; how they censor media ; how they take monoply advice from economists hired by big brothers to destroy futures people want most
    2:25 pm edt 

    Yunus 100/1

    Yunus- 100/1 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET Role - ACTION LEADER of 50 Most Exciting Concepts Youth Have Ever Dreame of Collaboratively Realising

    What would world miss without Yunus

    Yunus is globally most recognised as number 1 pro-youth economist and innovator of the most purposeful goals peoples can invest in. Yunus has noticed that western economists excluded society's most vital demands from every performance measure they compute- a very serious error given Keynes finding that increasing the world is ruled only by economics (ie nations and so youth's future sustainability doesn't exist separately from what global economics rules)

    Historically Yunus' greatest innovations include:

    Creating investment banks around 8 million of the world's poorest village mothers

    Making their number 1 investment the ending of digital divides with everything that can be mobilised across 100000 village hubs of microentrepreneurs;

    It turns out that the best banks for ending poverty are also the best banks for youth job creation everywhere

    Helping Bangladesh youth be a leader in mobile technology's most purposeful uses, and sharing Asia's greatest sustainability solutions every community needs to freely replicate

    What youth collaboration challenges is Yunus centre of

    After 20 of my own interviews with dr Yunus (and another 20 by people sponsored by NM foundation as we circulated Yunus 2000 bookclub and 10000 dvd club) I have compiled a top 50 challenges that Yunus is looking for particular citizens and youth to originate and then share. He also wants a share in all the value this created to be invested back in his 8 million village mothers next entrepreneurial revolutions

    The right hand column shows Norman Macrae foundations next collaboration actions around Yunus top 50chalenges. We compile ideas on what different cities could help Yunus lead at http://yunuscity.ning.com we welcome correspondence if you have ideas on how to help Yunus as one of top 100 leaders connecting net generation as the most productive time for youth to be alive

    Please note at least 2 more of NM top 100 are Bangladeshi. However due to hostile politics we don't currently publish their goals.

    Also please note more detailed cases are published in Journal of Social Business whose launch with 3000 leaders of Dr Yunus choice we committed to within 3 months of Norman's parting as our family's main commitment at Yunus weekend Scotland 4 July 2010

    Norman Macrae Foundation www.yclub100.com next actions

     latest mailbag on  fall 2012 actions on how to help youth and yunus link together the net generation's 50 most productive projects than can benefit from youthworldbanking.com


    Y1 next meet 28 September 2012: Our family in WashingtonWashington DC is seeing if this capital can stage one of largest student entrepreneur competitions thru 2012-13 - current world leader Tokyo 12000 live youth competition; we also welcome opportunities to connect judge panels of all youth entrepreneur competitions

    Y2 Paris September week 2 - we aim to co-host various NM remembrance parties during the number 1 millennium goals summit www.convergences2015.org

    4th quarter - we are looking to host remembrance parties with Japan and Chinese leaders of Norman's economic maps of Asia pacific century published in The Economist from 1975 on

    Tell us yours next actions rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

    Remembrance parties role of honor

    1 boardroom the economist and microgreen's number 1 philanthropic network

    2 S.African Mandela partners in virtually free university education coordinated around Taddy Blecher

    3 Japan Embassy in Asia celebrating Bangladesh's first 40 years ofrevolutions in sustainability economics and grassroots networking

    Norman Macrae Foundation project Journalist for Humaity invites youth to help edit following nings- yunuscity yunusasia

    webs yunus.tv webs yunus.tvgrameen.tv socialbusiness.tvyunusjapan.com yunusfund.comegrameen.com grameengreen.comglobalgrameen.comgrameeneurope.comgrameenasia.comgrameenafrica.comgrameenamericas.comgrameenscotland.comgrameenfrance.comgrameengermany.comgrameenspain.comgrameenbelgium.comconsiderbangladesh.com ..

    Help with shared diarues of yunus collaborations at http://yunuscity.ning.com  and http://leadersandyunus.ning.com

    link-billion green (eg solar biogas zero waste designs ) jobs www.grameengreen,com ; billion colaboration tech jobs www.egrameen.com ; billion community jobs (eg health education peace job-creating banks) www.globalgrameen.com - with norman macrae's (The Economist's) 1984 3 billion job compass for celebrating net generation productivity and millennium goal demands pictured below 


    sharing Yunus' 13 greatest gifts to peoples and planet -discuss

    13 made charity sustainable, and aid bottom-up and wholly collaborative


    12 demonstrated greatest sustainable investment club owned by world's poorest mothers -and economics lesson 101:  no place or nation can grow unless capital taken from family's savings is invested in next generations productivity


    11 clarified best privatization model promising the return to affordable (e)government and brilliant public service and borderless infrastructures


    10 put youth at centre of exploring how net generation can be 10 times more produtive

    by giving the entrepreneurial purpose of education back to youth


    9 changed the valuation of media (and heroines) back to discovering and championing solutions to most life critical of needs


    8 cracked entrepreneurial revolution challenge (The Economist 1976)- how each global market sector can be feed to value its greatest multi-win purpose by partners in transparent mapmaking


    7 showed business and society models for scaling most exciting service franchises as community-owned and open sourced'


    6 inspired the greatest experiments ever envisioned with mobile tech and grassroots networks of innovation  hubs


    5 made the peoples active participation in millennium goal possibilities joyfully cross-cultural and accessible worldwide (ie both local and global staged). This includes the 170 year-long goal of economic journalism: end youth being born into hunger/poverty.


    4 empowered human beings to breakthrough all the crises of compound risk and opportunity that von neumann had foreseen as our generation's responsibility for all future generations


    3 restored the hippocratic oaths of economists and rule-making professional monopolies  whom keynes, einstein, gandhi and montessori  had foreseen as the greatest system8ic risk to the sustainability of our children's children everywhere


    2 inspired 360 degree viewpoints on how uniting round  girl power always offers peaceful escape routes even to the most fearsome hotspots that big brotherdom conflicts


    1 helped youth and leaders collaborate in making the next 3 billion jobs -see www.yunus10000.com 

    please contribute to the atlas! http://yunuscity.ning.com chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk wash dc 1 301 881 1655  june 2012 

    Collaboration requests for summer 2012 at yunus facebook fan club include: 

    1. help london celebrate yunus olympics 1  2
    2.  help new york sing for hope 
    3. help paris converge millennium goals 
    4. help mackey expose phony capitalism 1 2
    5. help yunus roadtour start usa university year encuraging professors to celebrate stidents who job create
    6. 6 help find 10000 youth with shared mindsets of yunus who can grow sustainable economies worldwide fateser than any 10000 bankers can collapse them

    2:22 pm edt 

    Monday, July 23, 2012

    Organisational architects eg Fazle Abed and Conscious Capitalism Case - TATA Group

    Fazle Abed- 900/1 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation
    FREEMARKET Role - Exponentially Sustainable economics most valuable partnership investing in net gen's co-production of millennium goals

    What would world miss without Fazle Abed?

    if your worldview is rooted in happiness and freedoms of our next generation's productivity- which is where the roots of the entrepreneurial (pro-youth) capitalism emerged 9 quarters of a century ago, then you may value the optimistic pro-youth reasonings and severe contest of leadership that turned The Economist into the world's favorite viewspaper, and so the more you search the more you will probably find that brac is the net generation's most economic network of partnerships.

    Reasonings The Economist used in the second half of the 20th century to value the net generation to invites us all to co--create the most productive time to be alive included:

    invest youth's productivity with net gen's million times more collaboration tech in millennium goals uniting human race

    want asian pacific worldwide century to be the most extraordinary region of human development between 1975-2075

    trust that economics models of sectors growing at moore's law speed around multi-win sustainability investment models to those who have the most experience in such community grounded microeconomics including the Japanese and type MIT type of open educational networks

    understand the media implication of what einstein, keynes and von neumann said about preventing compound risk of a borderless world in which all human productivities become ever more interconnected

    BRAC's partnerships criss-cross all those sorts of reasonings in the most motivating human ways ever to have been connected into the organisational architecture if a network of 100 massively resourced win-win partners aimed at empowering community-owned service franchises round lifes most critical needs. As world bank exec Karen Spainhower says- BRAC offers any organisation with unique tech resources the chance to partner in a lab designed round innovating the most humanly valuable possibility of your technology's collaborative value.

    Next youth collaboration challenges

    BRAC has over 100 partners - many on projects with world-changing impacts - please mail chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if we haven't tabled one of your favorites


    Wherever educators and economists and youth mix this can be a joyful value multiplying training exercise in net generation innovation 
    Make a list of trillion dollar global market sectors plus any others that are life critically important in locally sustaining community safety and health
    Focus on one of the sectors that matters most passionately to the skills the people in your meet. Discuss what purpose of that sector could match worldwide youths most exciting goals to 2025 - look and see whether any of BRAC's top 100 partners is already mapping a value chain relevant to that purpose
    Countdown how many of 3 billion new jobs could be collaboratively developed around the world if the purpose and suitable multi-win value chain were wholly invested in now. Consider the opportunity if investors and educators led the way thanks to banks with pro-youth economic values and universities with pro-youth economic values

    Norman Macrae Foundation www.nmfound.net next steps 
    if we valued the future exponentially the way keynes advised, what 10 most transparent contests of futures leadership should we be posting as questions here?
    example case 1 - there is a race to bank a billion people with 100 times less costly mobile cash - will who win this race may determine whether families investments thru 2010s invest in 3 billion most productive jobs of net generation - norman macrae believed so in our 1984 book on netgen and in his last articles written 2008 at age of 85 and celebrated here at The Economist's boardroom 2010

    case 1 next steps - NM futures roundtables on cashless banking and netgen's 3 billion jobs have so far been celebrated: 1 The Economist Boardroom; 2 with Mandela and Branson's practiice leader of the free university movement, 3 with the Japanese Embassy and Sir Fazle Abed - can you suggest where to host 4th event in this entrepreneurial revolution world series - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - DCLondonTokyoParis ...

    under construction

    Searching for the greatest organisational architects of 2010s = youth's most productive decade.
    It may sound paradoxical to want to include leaders who are concerned about designing their organisation's future sustainability in times of such unprecedented creative destruction as the net generation. Yet think about it - the growth of a nation around peoples intergeneration development of skills relevant to such vital purposes as health and nutrition and education- let alone infrastructures like a city's transportation and utilities . So there is huge exponential impact to be earned by architects who relentlessly value continuity between history's and future's most practical knowlwdge sharing

    coming soon
    fazle abed number 1 organisational architect worldwide

    further research into
    edward roberts - this generation's most diverse connector of entrepreneurial spirit at MIT 

    father's (Norman Macrae's) japanese leadership friends who are at the heart of http://yunus10000.com 

    bezos as the most interesting organisational architect of dotcoms

    johnson family an outstanding example of a family company in a sector drowning in advertsisers

    help us add questions exploring youth's 10 greatest trillion dollar markets eg: who is health's greatest architect - ?paul farmer partners in health- 

    research actions 2012-2013 include:
    we will be asking judges of http://jobscompetitions.ning.com for their advice

    we are aiming to trawl conscious capitalism networks for organisiational architects - clearly mackey is out=tanding as both an entrepreneurial revolutionary and an organisiational architects

    early CC nominations of organisational architects

    Tata Group's flagship hotel Taj Mahal in Mumbai was subjected to terrorist attack - as a response the group paid families continuation of lifetime salaries of all employees lost in the tragedy- Group welcomed t0 2012 spring conference of conscious capitalism

    presentation made at rockefeller 100 celebration http://centennial.rockefellerfoundation.org/media/video/innovation-forum-2012-fireside-chat-with-ratan-n.-tata-chairman-of-tata-son?source=post-innovation-2012&utm_medium=email&utm_source=RockefellerCentennial&utm_campaign=post-innovation-2012

    Brazil's Abiio Diniz - see his autobigraphy on how a life changing incident - being kidnapped and the coincidence of the largest retailer and brazil's economy being at a bottom fifteen years ago have stimulated a nation-wide turnround
    4:35 pm edt 

    Saturday, May 7, 2011

    MIT Tim Berners-Lee Edward Roberts - alumn rochon

    200/5 Berners Lee - Leaders of 2010s= Youth's Most Productive Generation

    Free Market Role- architect of the greatest value multiplying medium ever to linkin human race

    What would world miss without Berners Lee?

    We'd miss the 21st Century's most urgent opportunity to host debates with billions of people on 5 visions.These correspond to markets whose original innovations British and Commonwealth people invested a lot of societal resources in. Help search the futures peoples want (continued below)

    What youth collaboration challenges is Berners Lee centre of?

    It would be interesting if enough time was given by the British Broadcasting Corporation world service (the 20th C largest socially owne media) to find out.

    Norman Macrae Foundation http://www.yclub100.com/ next actions

    Norman's 1984 book on valuing the coming net generation asked the late 20th century peoples to openly rehearse what conflicts we would need to overcome so that the start of the 21st c joyfully advanced the human lot in ways that the start of the 20th c (eg world war 1) didnt.

    Conflict Mediation's Forbidden Questions include- why wouldn't the economics profession value the purpose of any global market round maximising the future of purposeful and productive lifetimes. Social Media Phew! Why wouldn't public media value sustainability of people as productive lifelong learners. Why not mediate value of human race seen as collaborative service leaders of the communal goodwill that families need for children to grow their own creativities.

    Why couldn't a continent wide free-market (EU 1 2) celebrate how peaceful communities of productive people love to be so that families can grow their next generation. Has hi-trust investing in youthful energy ever been at a greater premium than 2010s decade of unprecedented borderless change? Why wouldn't our human race want every global village to be a healthy one for children to be born to and find their own greatest ability to serve each other


    The BBC was the first and is the most highly resourced broadcaster owned by society. Its number 1 investigative question could be how to make the net generation the most productive time for youth everywhere


    Berners Lee's vision of the web integrated the most collaborative tool productive peoples ever linked into. As the www reaches its first quarter of a century, why wouldn't the bbc help Berners Lee popularise how and where the web is and isn't being used to help end youth underemployment


    The British fought world war 2 and The Economist backed the original idea of the EU as the market that could end wars by celebrating happiness and freedom to be productive across the continent - why has Europe been led on a different pathway as underemployed youth in more and more countries can testify to?


    That everyone should have affordable access to health remains the most exciting practitioner mission that any market could be designed round . So why do communities of 21st c people struggle to make health the most collaborative of knowledge-action networks. Is it really inevitable that the politics of health either bankrupts nations or makes human's equal right to basic health impossible. Or is it that economics is making a terrifying short-term mistake when it fails to understand that increasing people's working lifetimes is a primary explainer of sustaining national growth?


    Let's go back to Adam Smith's beginnings of economical principles- how can economics mediate the way man-made systems are designed to compound joyful future consequences?. Millennium StartUp Goals- Do we enjoy a diverse enough worldwide human awareness to invest in a suitably exciting youth vision for each global market sector?

    Our guess is that Berners Lee is embroiled in 2 innovation conflicts - between geeks and the rest of us in humanising communal technology; between the world's number 1 job creating network (MIT) and the world's most job destructing webs which includes any man-made system that is too big to fail

    To experience the world's number 1 job creating network you need to spend as much quality time as you can networking with people at MIT -for sure Tim does this. But be prepared: most other parts of the world that you care about most may not yet have enough human beings with permissions to network with MIT. One puzzle is why do academic institutions in other places react as if MIT's open approach was not invented here. After all assuming they themselves are users of www, they ought to know that co-inventing open is what the web's freedom does for everyone to multiply value with.

    other online refs: appropriate technology compiled by ashoka - unven in content and biassed to DC but massive in scope

    Norman's 1984 foresight was that at the dawn of 21st C, the conflict most connected with all other conflicts would be the human race to end poverty. Particularly that manifested by at least one in three late 20th C children being born into communities where the chances of developing a healthy working life are close to zero. He encouraged the BBC to team up with the open vision makers of the coming worldwide web in a reality tv program asking for a billion viewers ideas on ending poverty

    What we now know is that the leadership quest to end poverty in developing world is congruent with the leadership quest to end youth underemployment in wealthier nations

    There are economics solutions out there somewhere to every way in which the sustainability of a community is lost. How do we use interactive media so that good enough solutions can be open sourced across all communities in analagous need of implementing them. And how do we get back to the most basic lesson of norman's 1954 biography of the london capital market. A nation or place has zero chance of future growth unless its capital structures are designed to take family's intergenerational savings and invest those in that palace's next generation's productivity


    Berner-Lee related leaders of youths most productive decade - oympics danny boyle - bbc's chris patten and michael palin

    Edward Roberts- 800/1 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive generation

    FREEMARKET Role - Nummber 1 Job Creating Collaboration Network

    What would world miss without Edward Roberts?

    This question is practically the same as what would the world miss without MIT? Youth around the world would miss open collaboration, innovations that advance the human lot and the world's number 1 job creating alumni network.So economic is MIT that only 10 nations with all their resource aggregation rank higher in generating jobs.

    Unlike many other academics responsible for entrepreneur centres at business schools, Roberts recommended that each MIT practice area developed its own movements of entrepreneurship. One way you can see how this has evolved is how many different practice labs run their own entrepreneur competitions annually as well as joint competitions.

    360 Degree Capital

    Meanwhile Edward has been working on making sure that particular ideology of capital gets first pick at the competition winners. Since there is a fine tradition at MIT to explore your deepest practice area for lifelong pursuit, so many venture capitalists who prioritise asking entrepreneurs to focus on monetisation exit plans are asked to do their deals across the pond in Harvard -not to pollute the MIT spirit of entrepreneurs-for-humanity


    While MIT has for over a dozen years led worldwide virtual sharing of educational curricula (open courseware) , Edward Roberts also coordinates the REAP program for those regions that want clusters of their universities to fully understand how the MIT job creating model is different from academia that do not value youth job creation as their main purpose. Its hilarious listening to the number of excuses university admins come up with for not fully clustering together- the hoary issue of letting a quasi-monopoly certify which of your country's youth has a productive future is, as Adam Smith predicted, a fast way to devalue a nation's future, ever more so in our post-industrial era of everyone's a brainworker

    Note that while the world's future potential for youth spins around resources and apps of practical decision-making , leaders sustaining inter-generational impacts serve institutions not their own personal brand. Edward Roberts has been illustrating this for 4 decades linking in student innovation flows of each new MIT year with the sort of cross-disciplinary morphing that goes on when brains are energised to advance the future's possibilities not referee over boxing-in past precedents. It is fortunate that digital technologies 4 most world-shaping decades 80s 90s 00s 10s have seen MIT benefit from such mapmaking continuity as Roberts'

    What youth collaboration challenges is Edward Roberts centre of

    If ever Disney wished to build a 21st C EPCOT as expo of business, science and human futures, all it would really need to do is make a 2 square mile map around the entrepreneur centre at MIT. Expect to come up with 100 names that each need popularising with the layman's question of what the bleep are people working on that future doing

    Note how many fusions of disciplines are involved - arguably that open architecture dynamics is what all the future's most productive webs are quite largely about. Though we refer you to Rochon's celebration that an app's value multipliers depend most on how deeply turns society's life critical needs into living labs.

    As people at MIT like to say the 10s are the decade when Moores Law moves on from doubling the power of silicon annually to doubling the microfranchise reach of life's most critical apps.


    Invoking austerity just as the post-industrial revolution could be collaboratively accessed by youth everywhere is the least economic stricture imaginable- and the one whose terrifying compound risks every mathematician since Einstein has begged big decision-makers to prevent. Such conceit would fatally destroy more and more communities capacity to develop families as the fundamental entrepreneurial molecule of everything human lifetimes multiply positive impacts around.

    Norman Macrae Foundation http://www.yclub100.com/next actions

    Help us produce a guide to what to explore at MIT here

    Reread the simplest economics principles mapped in 1972 in The Economist's next 40 years

    Principle 1 - no place can grow unless capital structures family savings so as to invest in that place's next generation's productivity

    Advanced principle 1 - what triggered the world's industrial revolution starting out of the UK.

    Note how the human races greatest potential leap forward started because there were no credit ratings agencies.

    Dare we suggest that top-down billanthropists risk being blind to the greatest innovation in YouthWorldBanking. Award youth linking into MIT alumni networks with a new currency that can be mobilised through mobilising cashless banking. eg see cas of MPESA entrepreneur Nick Hughes

    Gross World Product

    As Entrepreneurial Revolution debates rose out of The Economist -the idea that growing productivity in a borderless world does not depend on adding up Gross National Products can yet be the salvation of hi-trust economics. As Einstein proved, the only sciences worthy of the human race are those that innovate themselves by celebrating how to go more micro than they had ever mapped interactions before.

    7:37 pm edt 


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    When the Bottom Line Is Ending Poverty
    BusinessWeek - Feb 29, 2008
    While Gandhi's goal was the end of colonialism, Yunus' is just as grand: He means to reform capitalism to make it a tool for ending poverty

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    Nov 2007 we first heard an extraordinary rumor. DR Yunus had written a book sharing every construct he's used to co-create the world's most popular banking system and was inviting citizens to try to apply this to all of the hundred biggest markets whose service impact what future the poorest and every community will sustain: we ordered 1000 copies of Dr Yunus book - Creating a World without Poverty: Social Business, Future of Capitalism and have loved every minute of inter-networking bookclubs - large and small  (where could you join in with a 3-person social action bookclub)
    Do you have a Messy Question of Whole Planet Season? 

    Is this a 1-2-3 area of research that interests anyone else? Transatlantic YUnUS bookclub friends at eg http://grameen.tv and http://wholeplanet.tv and http://worldentrepreneur.net are trying to connect 3 areas of flow namely:

    1 goodwill MAPS - whilst one bottom line number can be spreadsheet to tell you about your current cashflow, I believe focus on one number is the last thing a purposeful social business or grassroots service franchise needs to sustain productive human/trust flows. I call the whole truth communal structure needed for improving contextual purpose MAP (anyone else exploring similar structural ideas)

    2 GREAT - what acronym for modernity’s unprecedented change can we use so that every being & community can participate in the journey of moving mindsets from lose-lose-lose global to win-win-win - currently I use GREAT though I will be delighted to be cross-culturally greeted with something simpler. What do the following 5 topics give you freedom of speech to question:
    *Revolution (of System, Subsytsem & Network =System**N)
    *ABC of Collaboration Peers in YUnUS Social Future (Action*Business*Capitalism)
    *T Trust-flow Mapmaking

    3 The more you study Yunus and what SmBA designs systemically do other way round than the MBA, what stories of heroic action learning does your diary or weblog record, urgently prioristise, flow through teams of Social Action or Social Business? How does this match with catalogues of youtubes or other poverty-ending resources that Dr Yunus is giving round the world?

    question submitted by chris macrae- WholePlanet Washington DC Bureau usa tel 301 881 1655

    Whole Planet Discovers Social ABC of YUnUS
    As more and more of us read the book we discovered that it open sourced Social ABC  (Action*Buiess*Capitalism) frameworks with a human and communal magic that perhaps only a happy bankler whose every investment has been in the productivity and creativity of people could design. The idea of WholePlanet is simple  - can YUnUS log log up every nation's and network's proudest experiments with Yunus-type maps? Let's colaboratively see if the world can join in ending poverty, ending poor health, ending climate crisis and other system problems. Can we care locally and purposefully enough - inspired by MY as our guide to invest in a future we can be proud of for everyone's children.

    www Navigation 2008 on: So Yunus citizens and virtual communities wish to unite around a whole planet where collaboration entrepreneurs help detail treasure maps lead hi-trust social businesses - with the joyful twist that these maps multiply more value the more people who find the treasure of microcredit, or each child's entrepreneurial creativity, or clean ways to commune round solar energy or you tell us what www exporations you wish to embark on at info@worldcitizen.tv

    the worldwide collaboration wish: to open source and update maps to help citizens everywhere to peer to peer train up as many SBAs as MBAs

    Breaking News Spring 2011

     Now that Dr Yunus seems to be blocked off from using Entrepreneurial Bangaldesh to experiment with the greatest innovations to ending poverty, we are looking at feasibility of forming networks that make Yunus the centre of Micro World Bank foci such as the following. If interested RSVP chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - ERworld.tv DC bureau usa=1 301 881 1655 

    Micro world bank 1: Yunus and youth  - 15 years into mobile poor co-creativity

    Extraordinary futures the rural poor are co-creating with mobiles

     Mobile marvels 

    Micro world bank 2 :  Yunus and youth 15 years into cheerleading solar

    Do you have better news on solar energy than this Economist podcast?

    Cheaper, more efficient and feasible
    Social Business world bank 3: France and Yunus - 7 years into extremely affordable partnerships:  danone communities, China and Yunus are near to taking over lead of trillion dollar infant nutrition  market leadership with yang ying bao (fortified kids cereal)Other way round stories of rich corporations innovating with poorest partners in search of extremely affordable innovation

    India's secret weapon

    Banks for jobs

    .Micro Up Social Business: world's greatest invention; yes people can cure any top-down crisis

    First anchor lady of creating jobs

    Global Social Business -bring freedom of speech back to sustainability

    .Go Micro to create jobs communally

    4 Founders of Grameen in 1976: Mrs B, Mr B, Prof L & Dr Y

    .chidren Q&A Yunus


     Whole Planet Foundation wrote July 14, 2009 at 4:08pm: Microloans are small loans – usually $300 or less – requiring no collateral or legal contract. They are offered to poor individuals, with a focus on women so that they can invest in their own home-based businesses.once microcredit has cycled its sustainability investment in communities through 33 years of quarters it can sustain as dramatic exponential growth for humanity as a top-down wall street can spin exponential destructionhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzEajBQ9gmQ - in other words microecredit is at the forefront of the war between microeconomics and macroeconomics - only one of these 2 opposite systems can connect our networking age- inspired by BRAC and dr yunus http://www.yunuscentre.org/ 69th birthday dialogues http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8130130.stm we are looking for 5000 youth of 09/10 who would like to develop a presentation on why they would prefer microeconomics yes we can
    chris macrae 
    http://yunusforum.net/ http://wholeplanet.tv/
    Can YUnUS clue this goodwill train with micro-up energy to sustain the greatest investments humanity has ever made in future generations?


    2008 Year of Creating a world without poverty - social business, future capitalism

    May 12 Dhaka: TheGreenChildren pop group opens their first eyecare hospital; yunus10000.com -10000 free dvds with good news youtibes

    Help co-edit decade's diary



    april: kenyans and americans applaud the bottom-up JB's co-creation with a little help from Nordica and Bangladesh of the world's number 1 mobile microcredit of youth and mums 

    Best Places in world to practice sustainabilty


    .MicroUni Clubs in NW Hemispheres - given this part of the planet's continued suffocation by top-down financial systems, MicroUp clubs need brave students and strong support from staff who prize systemic innovation beyond conventional refereeing systems. These are some of the most trusted cities and uni networks we have come across for microeconomics and sustainability investment - mail your sightings to mailto:chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk   

    .. Future Capitalism benchmarkers meetings- this is the mother of all benchmarking exchanges making Baldrige system quality (us's previous collaboration revolution iof a systemic kind) look like small beer; in a FC partnership a world's most resourced organisation partners a grassroots network serving life critical need to innovate a benchmark for the deepest responsibility to humanity that global sectors is capable of compounding -

    wholeplanet meeting schedule starting summer 09:

    Comment from World Class Branding Network review of Muhammad Yunus book - creating a world without poverty, social business- future capitalism (est 1989) This is set to be the greatest media opportunity of any century; the threat is to global top-down brands who market image over reality by spending billions on ad campaigns bankrupt faster than you can say Lehman Brothers or General Motors, or Enron or Andersen.

    .Boston - some superb micro clubs epicentred at MIT but welcoming all colleges. MIT has a history of open source and entrepreneurship of the best sorts, as well as the founder of the www!.Dhaka June 29- also celebrating 69th birthday of Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus the origin of Industry Sector Responsibility benchmarking for trillion dolar global sector - anticipated pledge- start a future capitalism year book
    .Princeton -mass of very determined students, far enough away from the pollution that happens to microcredit clubs formed in NY -city of wall street macroeconomics and the most unsustainable metrics ever rewarded.Berlin Nov 08 - also to celebrate 20th annniversarry of fall of wall - hope to have reps for a third of sll trillion dollar global sectors singed up to future capitalism benchmarking by this time
    .Glasgow- some committed Yunus universities (eg co-creators of the goal to end nurseless villages) cheered on by local world class entrepreneurial revolutionaries like sir tom hunter.Kenya March - JB being africa and the world's most excitinng mobile youth and mothers microcredit is also a grand base forfuture capitalism benchmarking of most relevance to African continent
    .Paris- first home in the west of SMBA and most interactive western leadership centre of future capitalism.
    .Dhaka- the world's epicentre of microeconomics and sustainability investment.
    .Multihubbed - the amazing http://www.globalmicrofinanceforum.org/ founded by a triad of a lady at St Andrews University Scotland and 2 guys at Claremont and Dartmouth with loose links to GreenChildren and MicroConnect7 (Lehigh PA, Cornell & 5 more) and DC-Alex and....
    Is your nation, city, industry network collaborating on a project which celebrates Dr Yunus sustainability maps? ... we're here to catalogue how Yunus inspired projects are ending poverty and celebrating humanity around the world - asin@wholeplanet.tv 
    (chris macrae, Association Sustainability Investment Networks, bethesda MD tel usa 301 881 1655)


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    Year 1 of TheGreenChildren funds first Aravind in Bangladesh- the most productive eyecare hospital franchise in the world: Social Business purpose - irradicating needless blindness. "Dr Venkataswamy kept on talking about a Mcdonalds of eyecare - none of it made any sense to us; he wanted to create a franchise serving eyecare with the efficiency of a McDonalds" Larry Brilliant, google.org



    We'd love to hear how you invite people to join Yunus' Human Race for Sustainability. Here are some good news feeds that may help issue timely invitations.

    Jan08: New York: new book jumps into bestsellers list. It open sources Sociial ABC 3 collaborative entrepreneur and system practices which are the simplest I have seen for urgently intervening in local to global sustainability crises. They are designed with the microentrepreneurial purpose to turn lose-lose-lose globalisation forward to win-win-win. It's called Creating a World without Poverty : Social Business, the Future of Capitalism. 

    The biggest  Yunus citizen news so far emerges from Seattle where the first person to publicly second Dr Yunus' new maps for Capitalism is Bill Gates! 

    Feb08: Book tour reaches London 
    http://wholeplanet.tv/id4.html where Yunus Forum 1000
     peers in London, including many members of I-genius and the first world entrepreneur summit of 2008 convened in London by Rebecca Harding http://wes08.net  http://worldentrpreneur.net  have been experimenting with 10 ways to hub Yunus-type system experiments in twin-nation and twin-city. We seek to train up as many Social Business Analysts as there have previously been MBAS 

    March08 Book launch recahes France and its time to open round the world maps : http://wholeplanet.tv asks you to report the news your network or city or nation is most proud of mapping with Dr Yunus as his brand becomes a world favourite http://brand.blogspot.com His field of social business entrepreneurship has emerged from 30 years of action learning microcredit's purpose of being the world's happiest banker  and foremost sustainability investment agency. Every investment Yunus flows is in the productivity of the world's poorest women and youth. YUnUS is inviting us to extend this microentrepreneurial revolution to designing a leading benchmark in any of the world's 100 biggest global markets. For example http://thegreenchildren.org  is intended to demonstrate responsibility in the pop music industry - its already fundraised for its first hospital "eradicating unnecessary blindness" to be built replicating the aravind service franchise. It's supported by a Norwegian network of Yunus opinion leaders who are passionate about microhealthcare and have also founded Grameen America. Bravo to the French are leading players in social business multinational partnerships with Grameen Danone demonstrating how healthy a fast food can be in deliciously remedying nutritional deficiencies of the world's poorest children.

    Bill Clinton makes the case for Bangladeshi grassroots organisational maps - YUnUS Grameen and Abed's BRAC being the 30 years long and 30000 employee benchmarks - being responsible for Bangladesh sustaining growth at 7% a year even whilst both major political parties' heads are facing charges of corruption. If YUnUS is not your most exciting example of http://peoplepower.jp in 008, then I'd love to hear alternative nominations.





    working materials - these are areas under current exploration -if you are searching through the same lenses why not phone us 301 881 1655 and see if we share news on the next wheels whole planet needs to roll out across cities where YUnUS forums are ready for action or facebooking!

    Searches typically start small, but with your help we can rapidly inter connect which global market sectors offer inspiring examples for human sustainability worth citizens celebrating as we wave round the world's favourite brand

    what businesses for the poor are being sustained in your country which are open sourcing a Dr Yunus type model

    what other businesses for the poor (and whose goal is to help end poverty) are being sustained in your country that Dr Yunus might like to know anout and potentially help promote worldwide

    Typically 100% purposeful businesses may come from catalogues of Base of the Pyrmaid businesses a movement which started around CK Prahalad about 10 years ago or they may be examples extending such ideas as:
    *Taddy Blechers Free University - Joihannesburg S Africa

    *TheGreen Childrens pop groups for ending poverty

    Various specific community-health services - spectacles for the poor, irradicating unecessary blindness, pharmacies for the poor ...

    Bill Gates has started a parallel search for Future oir Creative Capitalism so if you start searching the local translated equivalent of google +capitalism +Yunus OR Gates, you may find some candidate busineses for the poor that we can all help verify

    Flashback from futurehistorian.tv: The world changed forever in 2008 as Dr Yunus showed us how to extend his microcredit revolution of banking to any global market sector whose sustainability you wish to transform. Read all about the new Social ABC, change economics as forecast 24 years ago http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html to include hi-trust collaboration on life critical knowhow not just selfish competition over brand image-making, map how to convert MBAs to SBAs, celebrate how Bill Gates is seconding the motion for Creative Captalism - book "Creating a world without poverty - social business, future of capitalism" 
    official dhaka web http://yunussocialactiongroup.org london to world web http://wholeplanet.tv  6.5 billion beings journey continues at http://brand.blogspot.com -do you want to co-brand with YUnUS?
    How the journey of whole planet started up
    • 1995: When I first played on the internet, it seemed to be the most joyous collaborative experience. It seemed to be destined to be where humanity shared hi-trust ideas particularly life-critical ones that connected people who had a desperate question with an experienced person/team around the world with an answer. Bit by bit, the medium seemed to be taken over by the greedy or the image-making celebrities, as well as noisy spammers. Two generations of Macraes have collected maps of entrepreneurial systems and those cases show hi-trust componds human, social and economic progress than big money or fame. So at the end of 2o05 we started a survey among world entrepreneurs of our 3rd kind- who are the most trusted collaboration entrepreneurs on the planet, and what organisational designs multiplied their trust-flows. As we searched, the Bangladesh duo of Fazle Abed and Muhammad Yunus became everyone's heroes. By summer 2006, we wanted to journalise every view of their maps we could find and thus started grameen.tv and brac.tv . 

    Halfway through his life Gandhi realised that his profession law was the problem and started anting the greatest edicational experiements one person has ever spread. Today hi-trust surveys of colaboration entrpreneurs in edication suggest that the 3 most brilliant epicentres to elar from are:

    Dhaka- Yunus & Abed vilage women investing in their next generation for over 30 years until they have also formed the world's number 1 banks for sustainability investment colaboration projects

    Lucknow India - bets in world for 6-12 year olds- 250,000 cross-cultural citizens developed by one family school (4 Gandhi's) over 50 years

    Johannesburg South Africa- where half way through his life Taddy Blecher decided he would move beyond his professions and ask the world to form Virtual Free Universities http://cidaworld.tv linking with the Southern Hemispheres leading practitioners of Gandhian communities led by Nelson Mandela.

    For a year now valuetrue mapmaking communities have been sponsoring micropublished community guides on whoi connects what flows between these 3 amazingly graceful gravities for educations wholeplanet 

    Why maps – do 6.5 billion people have trustworthy enough maps to sustain the world? Maps wysiwyg; measure flows for usability of all; grounded micro inter macro; systemic and interfacing; 2 productivity communications crises- how you commute physically, is content satyagraha (your lifetime flow and access to entreprenurial package born with) smartening communtiy up or dumbing globally-down

    Family background of 2 or more generations: maths systems but no eco; eco and early global media; worldwide and gandhian practices grandfather. How do transparent investigative journalists of this generation's responsibility to turn lose-lose-lose global into win-win-win structure imudent Q&A that citizens everywhere should interact curiosity around. GREAT is a 5-in-one acronym we are currenlty laying around with - if you have a beter acronym for being curious in celebrating huamnity's future lease discuss at info@worldcitizen.tv


    learn from 1930s on warning of maths guys like Einstein & storytellers like Orwell , Gandhi

    2 media crises – unprecedented change in one generation

    FH books netfuture: timeline key scenarios on which human sustainability depends – ultimately 10 times difference in wealth and health spinning for all by 2024 depending on lose-lose-lose or win-win-win global

    world citizen democarcy for Q&A for all 6.5 billion beings

    greater content access change than printing press

    greater productivity change than steam engine (Industrial Rev’s agent) now have 2 productivity lifesytles with virtual’s DoD


    Systems and change to systems

    Measurement (its cyclical governance and who decides what) leading forward in sustainability integral way or biased backward

    Exponential metrics of the win-win-win and lose-lose-lose crisis

    Deep innovation is conflict resolution – 3C’s

    Gandhi’s EMP crisis

    Micro-Inter-Macro is map’s whole truth way round


    From origin to about 1984 was the interdiscipline (non-mini—professor; non-mindset common language of management)

    About the world’s most communally trusted people – how they sustained wealth and health not the richest not the most celebrated

    Entrepreneur of French Guillotne

    Models of JB Say

    Entrepreneur of 1843 The Economist

    ER Trilogy of mindsets to breakthrough 76 (first 175 years) 82 the service economy revolution; 84 the future’s knowhow networking revolution and need for above zero-sum maps- collaboration’s value multipliers not just competitions zero sums

    Like economics started on productivity side and deep human questions; often subverted by big powers and seems to have become all demand and all speculative

    ABC Social : Yunus Caps-Webs

    The simplest social valuation question:

    Billions dollars business stakeholders; 0 social value > worth what

    Yunus abc : 3 system molecules: earliest age you teamwork along a year long  purposeful goal

    What start up design is of a social business

    Social business interfacing system network of the world’s largest global corporations and the world’s deeepst grassrooots/BOP service orgs

    Trust-Flow & hi-trust mapmaking

    Microcredit: Have open source community-up sustainable Map for global sector of banking –just about critical mass of awareness

    Edu have – 6-11 CIS 18-21 free unis; potentially can ABC social fill the gaps –almost zero awareness but could maps as internets salvation

    Can we do for biggest 100 global sectors in time where national govs is just one sector- so may philanthropy, cultural of other human values markets (of edu, media, professions) even if not all seen as commercial markets

    Specific yunus language:

    Lose-lose-lose global

    Mindsets crisis

    Mindset of purpose system designer versus monetisation designer (SBA versus SBA)

    See whole of lse talk

    See harrison owen 95% wrong mba back in 1984- facilitation of everyone’s flow in CCC world

    Entrepreneurial package born with

    Credit as human right if within reach of desire and peer circles at every productive magic moment

    Sustainable business that serves other people ; community up maps

    The minimum peer to peer mapping language without which you can represent humanity & community in the crisis debates of is globalisation sustainable


    At age 21 need more SBAs than MBAs

    At every age from grade 1 need to know what applied local to global systems experience in edu – eg CMS

    Media & Professional Governance

    Fc game marrying global corps and grassroots service network so purpose multiplies and monetisation cancer is always protected against

    Most humanly productive design in each of biggest 100 global market sectors – where nations is just one of these, though other lace or culture cuts are welcome

    WholePlanet.tv True Entrepreneurial Heroes Breakthrough The System’s Conventional Mindsets To increase productivity opportunities of every human being’s flow and sustain intergenerational advances for ours species wherever you may be


    The following table needs a lot of future history searches to clarify which conventional wisdoms needed breaking through to higher order leadership viewpoints where and when – so come back monthly if you want to track its continuous improvement or contact info@worldcitizen.tv if you have an entry that connects with Yunus 1000 Forum value of Impossible becomes Possible when right time right place right action right people in line


    The Economist 1843


    End corn laws – ie monopoly price fixing for food even when it caused starvation


    End Capital Punishmen – eg charter for rich citizens lack of respnsiblity to youth and poot

    Gandhi 1907 on Satyagraha


    7 subsystems in 1 to change


    professional; education, nedia, professions



    end poverty


    clean water food fuel

    peace and no aparteheids

    The Economist 1976- 10 Green bottles of ER


    Breakthrough innovations for humanity begin small

    The Economist 1982 – Intrapreneurial Know


    Service economics: Team empowerment to replace bossing

    The Economist DoD timeline 1984-2024


    By 2008 change economics with nobel economist leading way inspiring search for 30000 replicable community-up projects


    By 2000 invest radically in solar – oops!


    By 2000 adopt von neumann’s recommendation that knowledge networks loosening patent laws will be a win-win-win

    1976-2007 Yunus & Abed


    Banking for the poor


    Vital public services “served” within poorest communities


    Infrastructure’s best timed innovations owned by the nation’s poorest women

    2008 Yunus Social ABC of Future Capitalism

    youth economics maps valuing millennials  & queries welcomed  chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk  partners in publishing world record book of job creation

    Bernardo I am looking at being in Rome on  Feb 5 or 6  - could you see if any of your friends have time to see me. I know I am slow in catching up with culture but I just found this extraordinary book on Paul Farmer and Liberation Theology which I will make sure I have read before I get to Rome http://www.pih.org/blog/in-the-company-of-the-poor - if you know of other readings I should have made please say -thanks chris macrae  dc 301 881 1655
    related references : 

    World Bank Group President Kim and Pope Francis Discuss ... 


    ROME and in rest of Europe Budapest, Ukraine, Glasgow, Paris

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    Sent: Wednesday, 21 January 2015, 7:30
    Subject: dear livia  Being Nobel | Educational Book at the World Summits of Nobel Peace ... , could we text each other on schedule meeting in rome

    Rome - otherwise feb 5, 6 thanks chris macrae mobile usa    240 316 8157 also text or email fine!

    2015-01-14 13:46 GMT-03:00 a rel="nofollow" shape="rect" target="_blank" href="mailto:vivian@vigilante-vnm.com" id="yiv9728214316yui_3_16_0_1_1422050153604_21386" class="yiv9728214316">vivian@vigilante-vnm.com>:
    Wonderful Bernardo and from a Vatican which has a Pope who cares so much about Poverty Alleviation and Sustainability!
    This is great new!
    On 2015-01-13 21:56, Marques D. Anderson wrote:
    Bravo Bernardo:
    You are creating the change and light which is needed in the world! 
    Proud of you my friend! 

    On Wed, Jan 14, 2015 at 3:17 AM, Naila Chowdhury a rel="nofollow" shape="rect" target="_blank" href="mailto:naila@teleconsultgroup.com" class="yiv9728214316">naila@teleconsultgroup.com> wrote:
    Such a wonderful news. So well deserved yes I have faith for a great future of SB. Look forward to your updates.
    Can you please put the news on FB. If not if you allow Chris or I can put it in FB
    Let me know
    Once again it is so well deserved
    Warm regards
    From: Bernardo Javalquinto [mailto:bjavalquinto@gmail.com
    Subject: Vatican Nomination award
    Dear Friends, 
    Yesterday I was nominated to received also this award http://premiosciacca.it/ from the Vatican for our progress with the Social Business School. I really don't know if I will get it or not, the fact is to be among the nominees, again last year from Sweden and now from the Vatican something is going on. I think we are making some noise.
    "Caro Bernardo,
    oggi è stata una giornata molto impegnativa e molto bella. 
    Ti ho proposto per il premio economia premio che ti sarà consegnato a novembre a Roma, da una persona molto importante in el Vaticano. Chiaramente tutto sarà valutato da una commissione di esperti ma ho garantito per te su tutto voglio che tu sia il vincitore per l'economia. Altre cose te scrivo domani ora sono molto stanco sono in giro in riunioni dalle 8 di questa mattina notte
    Yours as ever,,
    Bernardo Javalquinto, Economist;
    University of Maryland, AA, BSc, MBA, PhD
    Escuela de Negocios Sociales (ENS) / Social Business School (SBS)

    notes on youth economies from wholeplanet.tv
    Note median age of world is about 29- compare  some mainly catholic (pop) countries median age of counry' :  58 million Italy age 44; 150 million brazil 31; 100 million mexico 27; 72 million philippines 23 ; 71 million usa; 42 million Colombia 28; 36 million Argentina 30; 27 million Peru 26; 7 million Haiti 21; 12 million Chile 32; 25 million Venezuela 26; 13 million Ecuador 26; 3 million Panama 27;  36 million Democrati Congo 17; 21 million Nigeria 19; 14 million Uganda 15; 13 million Tanzania 17; 45 million France 40 ; 42 million Spain 41; 35 million Poland 38

    thanks chris macrae mobile usa    240 316 8157 text or email fine!

    Is there an Entrepreneurial Solution to Valuing Millennials' Sustainability Crisis?



    The table shows four goal-driven deadlines to the future. They connect today's urgent calls to value millennials sustainability (such as the UN[i] and pro-youth leaders of action/2015 )  with the first Keynsian attempts to relate future history mediation of the post-industrial revolution anchored around this 1972 survey on The Next 40 Years [ii] in The Economist. This early framework for mapping a global village world was led by my father Norman Macrae and became the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution[iii] which he regularly updated in The Economist until our 1984 book: The 2025 Report[iv]. Father was in the last class taught by Keynes at Cambridge that economists are the profession whose Hippocratic Oath is to design systems to end poverty. Those who hire themselves out to the opposite goal compound the greatest risks to future generation and sustainable civilisations[v].

    Father's focus from 1972 was stimulated by seeing early student experiments with digital learning networks.

    [ii] 1972 survey, The Economist

    [iii] In Macrae's 1976 survey 25 December The Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution The Economist  and translated into Italian by Romano Prodi, the challenge to leaders was posed as- none of the 20th Century's 3 separated sectors -corporate, government, charity - can sustain net generation. By 2015 we shouldn't just be Mapping The 4th Sector (Conference convened 15 January 2015 George Washington University) : it should be the main way for open society to link in public, private and millennials networking partnerships. Open Society Foundations  Open Society Foundations launched 1979 by George Soros as tribute to Popper; in 1992 Soros and Gorbachev launched What open society curricula would you like your children to be free...Institute and Central European University Budapest. In 2000 Gorbachev with Club of Rome launched Nobel Peace Summits



    [iv] Our English version of opportunities and threats of the net generation's 40 years was published in 1984 in English as The 2024 Report (Norman and Chris Macrae) but the bestselling version widely accessible today was published in American in 1985 as The 2025 Report. Other versions were updated as late as a version for the Nordica region in 1992

    [v] Keynes General Theory last 3 pages

    [vi] #2030now launch mix of 2030now included the NY social mashup summit that started the UN Year 2013-2014 and the first Massive Open Online Course on Change the World Coursera  typically this MOOC runs once a year and is estimated to have registered nearly 100000 students . The author is interested in mapping sustainability's most popular MOOCs and http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/whap-open-society-curricu...

      #2030now launch mix of 2030now included the NY social mashup summit that started the UN Year 2013-2014 and the first Massive Open Online Course on Change the World Coursera  typically this MOOC runs once a year and is estimated to have registered nearly 100000 students . The author is interested in mapping sustainability's most popular MOOCs and what content is shared on 3 billion millennials elearning satlellite yazmi  contact chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you wish to collaborate in tracking this 

    [vii] The Birth of Korean Cool, by Euny Hong

    [viii] pih.org, Mountains Beyond Mountains by Tracy Holder

    [ix] My twitter account globalgrameen invites you to help us research 4 "do now" timelines of the social movement for  millennials' sustainability:  #2015now  #2018now  The 175th anniversary of The Economist being founded to mediate end of hunger and end of capital abuse of youth;  #2025now and #2030now. In Bangladeshi, grameen signifies village networking as core building block of Open Society and ending poverty. In 40 years of writing leaders for The Economist my father as an alumn of Keynes and fan of Adam Smith valued bottom-up economic models as the sustainable way forward; in severely questioning system decision-makers ahead of time he found it natural to talk of millennials coming global village networking era . This paper argues that globalisation and global village networking need to be mapped as  wholly different models of economics and of mediating professional trust and public service. Valuetrue.com : when father's peer journalists NormanMacraeEconomist   entrepreneurialrevolution.avi   credit his impact in turning The Economist from 3rd ranked weekly British magazine to one of a kind global viewspaper it may be relevant to free millennials to value these 2 segmented choices of how humanity designs a borderless world. Sytem theory suggets one will lead to a virtuous and another to a vicious end game of how the human species and nature evolve



    [x] Second Youth Summit of World Bank October 2014

    [xi] How Adam Smith can change Your Life by Russ Roberts; Adam Smith : Science and Human Nature, Andrew Skinner, The Journal of Social Business Volume 1 Number 1 January 2011; Radical Embrace of Change and Dynamism to Ensure a Prosperous 21st Century, Andrew Neil, republished Journal of Social Business Volume 1 Number 1 January 2011; 25 Presentations made to Muhammad Yunus at The Global Assembly convened by The University of Glasgow 4 July 2010 chaired by Professor Anton Muscatelli

    [xii] The Economy of Love and Fear, Kenneth E Boulding 1973

    [xiii] Review of the First 100 Hobarts by Norman Macrae

    Help  world record book of job creation  edit the greatest health-knowhow flights ever made - some dates approximate -isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com

    B72 knowhow of oral rehydration shared by Calcutta Lab with Bangladesh grassroots womens networks- BRAC uses this to scale its fiirst grassroots network . Networkers of how to save infants lives with oral rehydration are turned into 50000+ viillage para-health servants advisng on basic helath chalenges to maternal and infant health. In parallel 7 years of womens circles dialogues demonstrating cures like Oral Rehydration become the basis of Grameen's 16 Decision culture- -see interview with First Female director of Graeen Bank Mrs Nurahan Begum.  Later James Grant (while head of UNICEF) hears of the Bangla miracle Oral Hydration collaboration- convinces US North East corridor to share this knowhow with all national leaders of developing countries. This is partly why today's flagship public health curriculum at BRAC University takes James's name Both at BRAC and Gramee,n it is trust-flow earned through healthcare networking with village mothers that becomes the passport for being trusted to bank for village mothers livelihoods in the global village race to end poverty of their children, and all millennials. At the community level, sustainble investment banking and hi-trust women empowering basic health services are integrally linked. Any other model of microfinace has nothing to do with the economic miracle that gthe world can joyfully action learn from Bangladesh.

    B96 Since 1996 Budapest's richest man funded Bangladesh to be first to experiments with mobile partnerships with poorest village families. Leapfrogging possibilities (10 times more economical than paper-based knowhow systems are emerging) none more so than in sharing life-critical health knowhow. B012 H012 : In 2012, 20th open society celebrations hosted out of Budapest celebrated the greatest living public health servants -Sir Fazle Abed-BRAC,  Paul Farmer (whose twin millennial knowledge networks since 1984 linkin Haiti and Boston, and have arrived (thanks to Jim Kim) at the core of world bank's race to end poverty sunce 2012. The eartquake in Haiti demolished the nation's medical training hospital which has now been built round freinds of Paul Farmer- the opportunity is both a world class local teaching hoispotal and an epicentre of sharing free knowhow -GHDonline  PIH boston- Haiti Mirabelais). Elearniing structures are the other most exciting advance 2012-2015 just imagine what a mix up of yazmi elearning satellite, khan academy peer to peer virtual tutors, and Mirabelais-GHD could do. Meanwhile Jim KIm empowers all millennails  as beliveing 25-35 year olds can now be most edcated, connecte and collaborative the human race has ever seen. Mapping where medical millennials match this responsibility is now quite simple- can we do this for other millennial sectors as every greatest human dream of #2030now can be realised if we fully value millennials  




    online library of norman macrae





    .links mentioned :

    .our editors aiming to connect millennials healthcare networks are re-editing http://grameenhealthcare.com - question what ways can youth most help yunus on health microfranchises;  eyecare http://thegreenchildren.com pop group fundriased over 1 million dollars for first replications in bangladesh of the www.aravind.org microfranchise founded by and Indian doctor and massivley supported by Larry Brilliant

     grameen nursing college,  monthly design competitions in dhaka c is http://www.grameenkalyan-info.org/ the first official bookmark that health millennials wanting to help yunus should look at? is there anything more specific in mhealth than Http://grameenintel.com is there a first collaboration bookmark to understand how to connect with yunus and Japan tech lab http://sbrc.kyushu-u.ac.jp/pg262.html ? ..

    grameenhealthcare.com  grameen.tv




    if you can help millions of youth go viral with Muhammad Yunus favorite postcard of girl empowerment Post Card - Final.pdf Post Card - Final.pdf, 628 KB please main chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk


    bravo khanachealth 1 2  3 -related links to will youth's freedom be destroyed by national health service 1



    vote for healthwebs worth your knowledge sharing time

    patientslikeme.com  (help us research is there a triple win- patients, mit, investors), wholekidsfoundation,


    most urgent 9-minute skillset menus ever MOOC.

     Open society economists forecast over 100 million vacancies for nursing worldwide. (1984 The Economist)



    Join open education leaders: Old education and media are stull increasing that gap. Use every opportunity of MOOC to empower low cost nursing colleges ... final Brief for Sir Fazle Abed on MOOC.pdf final Brief for Sir Fazle Abed on MOOC.pdf,


    help us write up

    9 minute script on how net generation depends on liberating 100 million nursing jobs


    ......potential. (3-in-1 magic of Bangladesh  hi-trust community development: bank, health, edu)



    Oral Rehydration

    A Y K

     Oral Rehydration. In humid poor countries, one out of 5 infants die  from extreme diarrhea unless mothers know about oral rehydration- mixing boiled water, sugar and salts in the correct proportion. The mother who applies this cure in time save lives. OR is a life-saving cure with virtually no cost to serve but requiring knowhow networking of 100% of village mothers

    Para-health servants - BRAC's first scaled village network.  


    Infant Nutrition

    Extra ref

    The Economist's most cheerful chart in world

    Y A k Sa


    Crop Sci: Borlaug

    Nippon Inst BRAC

     Infant nutrition, the sustainable economist's other passion from birth. Medical experts know that the nutrition an infant gets during the first 1000 days determines not only health prospects of the being but physical brain development. Yunus solution- vegetable garden (especially carrots) linked into each 60 women's banking centre. Infant nutrition first non-financial Social Business in 1980 and first global sb partnership 2005


    Mobilising Global Healthcare - Opportunity & Risk


    In 1984 The Economist surveyed would global healthcare get 3 times more costly and bust many nation's next generations, or 3 times less costly. 1996 becomes crossroads when Yunus is first to bring mobile phones to villages and identify mobile medical as most economical app. We'll continue review of 20th C pre-digital health innovations before guide to millennials digital empowered medical opportunities


    Grassroots healthcare network programs started pre-digital

    A K Y

     bottom-up programs for healthcare-start with brac 20th C catalogue

    http://health.brac.net/ : Essential HealthCare; Maternal, Neonatal and Child Healthcare, Alive & Thrive - nutrition, Tuberculosis control program,  Malaria Control Program; // case yunus's tens of thousands of womens centres weekly identification with 16 decision culture




    Also see BOP evolution to Paul Polak;s top 20 bottom up multinationals

    Best in class example of fully worked through microfranchise- end needless blindness with 10 times more productive cataract surgery format. Life work of indian eye surgeon and connection of larry brilliant expert networks. Most durable of medical bottom-of-pyramid models spotted by CK Prahlad


    Ending plagues


    See also africafree satellite -samara motivated by infonets to minimise spread of hiv

    Larry Brilliant is medic who tracked last case of small pox in pre-digital era. Since then he was first ceo of google.org and now brings his disaster prevention network designs to skoll foundation - key system ILAB (eg Cambodia)


    Grand Orchestra Xmas


    Commemorated launch of Poland's freedom with annual nation-wide funder to modernise childrens health programs in hospital. Xmas fundraising twinned with summer open air concert maximising Polish youth celebration of health service capabilities. Poland's number 1 social entrepreneur model - award at 2013 Nobel Peace laureate summit Warsaw


    HIV new drug R&D


    The value chain case Jim Kim recommends  #2030nowmilelans study first - uneconomical markets usually have at least 5 conflict blocks as this case shows. Moving into post-digital area - this case is benchmark of millennials for economic solutions to chronic diseases -YP Chronic Harvard. Need to change pharma industry to R&D rewards not IP lawyers


    Nearly Free Nursing College

    Y K


    PIH haiti

    Ultimate real and digital-age convergent challenge if millennials are to bend the curve on ever increasing cost of healthcare

     109 ommunity free healthcheck days W4E Benchmarks Maryland's Women4Empowerment model - about twice a year, a mall of doctors office is staffed by diaspora doctors and friends form john hopkins- over 3000 families come for free healthchecks



    our fastest way to update note on the world's most affordable solution to human healthcare are at this  googledoc (ie micro-wiki )-we welcome collaborative editors - a Norman Macrae Foundation project for Youth Capitalism chris.macrae@yahoo.co.ukwashington dc 1 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc

     https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KJhx8azXAs2Prh4HN7Ved-Qd6Nz3bU441P7sWtAjE60/edit please help us with youth capitalism benchmarks for affordable accessible health - info chris.macrae@yahooo.co.uk -- volunteer of first youth 25000 assembly of Yunus Creative labs Inc - a 501 foundation being launched 22 Nov 2013 by Ted Turner, Jimmy Carter, MUhammad Yunis and other peace laureates. Technical reference - 41st year of Entrepreneurial Revolution Valuetrue mapping started in The Economist 1972 http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/why-not-model-economics-around-1-social-sustainability-2-peoples

    Health Summit wiki 1  - Open Health Competitions 1


    Collaboration Bangladesh

    Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus:

    Empowering Income Generation of village mothers is the greatest healthcare stimulus of them all. List core ways 16 decision culture of the bank to end famine/poverty lived MY’s :

    eg1 each 60 village mothers have own centre for knowhow exchange- child health pivotal concern starting with eg oral dehydration (method illustrated on back cover of members savings book)

    eg 2 nutrition: first non-financial service distributed by barefoot bankers- small packs of carrot seeds to combat infant night blindness- scaled up so that at one time grameen biggest seeds seller in nation, and every village banking centre twins with community vegetable garden

    eg 3 every grameen member builds pit latrine for sanitation

    1. Grameen Kalyan

    2. www.grameenkalyan-info.org/‎

    Some specific health care projects of Grameen

    -set up Grameen Kalyan- a dollar a month health care and information service built round the most basic services and directing members to most affordable suppliers of non-basic; also prevention

    -first global social business partnership - infant nutrition with danone yogurt

    -purpose of first practice specific social business fund- the green children pop music celebration of Nobel prize period-  social business recording hear me now collects first million dollars for replication of aravind model into grameen eye clinic

    -grameen nearly free nursing college - goal end nurseless villages - and celebrate online health curriculum at every age (see eg khanacademy’s where open health knowhow is second greatest focus after maths

    -mobile health apps are a major focus of the grameen intel partnership

    Most Grameen business extend into health benefit products- so Grameen Shkati which has installed a million solar units other hugescaling project is clean cooking stoves (traditional ones are major polutant kilers of children and mothers)

    Grameen Veolia for affordable healthy water - combating the systemic crisis or arsenic being prevalent in many vilage sources of water in Bangladesh

    BRAC - a healthcare basic service retailer in every village emerged from BRAC”s first rural-wide campaign -

    health is an extra literacy valued by BRAC’s primary education system - the main one serving rural children in Bangladesh

    Grameen and BRAC have inspire food security and crop science value chain transformations with major goals such as:

    first 1000 days of infant nutrition

    ending starvation of smallest scale farmeing families

    Other Countries Racing to Interact Millennium Goals

    Partners in Health - originated from idea of Boston networked teaching hospital meeting health service contracts of eg USAID while leaving as much local knowhow behind. Most exciting consequences- after haiti’s earthquake, coordinated rebuilding of nation’s training hospital - shares as much open source training materials as possible- a co-founder of PfP is now chairman of world bank


    -related summits: global healthcare summit (next boston nov 25 2013) with Partners in Health; youth summit oct 2013 with Jim Kim at World Bank




    Rest of World

    Poland’s greatest annual fundraiser and pop festival organiser designed around funding a major new nationwide branch of childrens hospital service -winner of social action network prize of 13th World Summit of Nobel peace laureates wosp.org.pl - see also triad of Youth Capitalism networking of Poland, Hungary, Ukraine

    Mercy Ships ...

    women4empowerment.org mobilises days when 3000 people can get free healthcheck linking in all locally collaborative medical networks; 5 prime dimensions of community health curriculum underpin the workings of the Global Good Fund

    search british national health service for the deepest movements aimed at restoring affordable healthcare communally - eg east midlands nhs hosted 3000 open space on how to raise life expectancy to national standard; 2012 opening ceremony of olympics reminded world how much community sustainability depends on empower nurses to be most trusted

    Grameen DanoneCommunities (the first public social business investment fund) first social business partnership in china targets infant nutrition with fortified cereal bars

    Medecines sans frontieres is one of the most inspiring knowledge and action networks in NGO world

    Nigeria flying doctor service founded by an under 30 Nigerian British lady with extra educational support from Japan. Lagray is founded by a Nigerian-American aiming to development pharma company in Africa by and for Africans. These are members of active Nigeria Diaspora group whose main US hub is open technologist at MIT

    The Clinton’s Arkansas is the lead state trying to improve the value of healthcare through telemedicine.It won the communit broadbang award to lead this app part of a 4 billion dollar fund Obama tried to kick start USA after Wall Street had melted down so much of what community value exchanges are most dependednt on.


    Parallel hunts for future solutions in markets youth value most 


    Foundation Norman Macrae - The Economist's Pro-youth economist and since 1972 Entrepreneurial Revolution's founder of open education Washington DC 1 301 881 1655


    Search with Yunus by city and region






    chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Does your region  have a cluster for pro-youth futures of health service markets?

    DC nd MD region includes:

    Carrie Rich Global Good Fundhttp://www.globalgoodfund.org/files/GGF_Young_Leader_Nominator_Interactive.pdf

    Naila Chowdhury veteran of Grameen Technology and local leader ofwww.women4empowerment.org

    John Hopkins who are also a Coursera partner

    The UDC annual student social business competition open to all students in the tristate region - typically onver 30% of entries involve health services or nutrition solutions - both in this region and the 5 other regional locations across usa where yunus sb competitions are staged

    DC is the epicenter for debriefs on the 4 billion dollar Obama investment in community broadband- the Clinton's state of Arkansas was chosen to lead usa on program's telemedicine experiments - mobile apps can make the 21st c nurse the number 1 information search and service connector of communities and local affordable access

    Since I live within a stones throw of NIH I would love to her from anyone there who is working on more affordable healthcare and how health markets need to be designed to sustain future generations

    DC is annual celebrant of www.worldcongress.com which includes the opportunity to share affordable heathcare opportunities with dr yunus and has hosted poster comperitions on extremely affordable helthcare

    Mail me if you region has a cluster we can feature at this practice web and at ou intercity notes space http://yunuscity.ning.com



    7 worldwide wonders of open learning www.grameeneducation.comwww.grameenenergy.com  www.grameenhealthcare.com www.egrameen.com  www.thegrameenbank.com www.considerbangladesh.com ....

    7 nings http://bracnet.ning.com http://jamiibora.ning.comhttp://leadersandyunus.ning.com http://normanmacrae.ning.com  ....




    One of the biggest findings by investment banks for youth is that policy analyses of healthcare for the elderly and heafthcare for youth involve wholly different impact analyses of compound opportunities and risks. Because youth are not are a voting constituency in democratic government, heathcare policies spin further and further away from youth's health needs even though the future of any nation depends on growing the productivity of youth



    Youth investment banking has innovated the the biggest gamechanger in economy of heathltcare - free nursing colleges. Not only do these compound the economic goal of ending nurseless communities but they focus youth passions on how mobile collaboration technology can transform wellbeing and healthcrae costs and they help youth to be at the centre of not just healthcare policy but doing health and celebrating heroines whose service inpacts the laregst number of peoples futures. Extraordinary peer to peer impacts in action learning in schools become possible when young nurses are a community's most linked in networker. Cross-cultural community celebrations also become grounded in the right stuff.


    download draft case on grameen nursing college --entry for 50 greatest hits of first 15 years of microcreditsummit


    Official Grameen Health webs - Kalyan   Health
    Examples of fast scaling partnerships as at early 2011 -
    • Grameen Nursing College - knowledge partner Glasgow Caledonian; fund partners include Nike Foundation girl effect
    • Grameen Intel - mobile data collections helps track those women whose pregnancies show high risk signals
    • The social business pop group The Green Children funded 2 Grameen Eyecare hospitals (Aravind model)
    • The grameen technology lab in japan (Kyushu) is helping to build an integrated data monitoring device linking in members banking and health records; the Glasgow Caledonian Social Business professorship is first in world to model the microeconomics connections of job creation banking and health. Papers published in inaugural issue of Journal of Social Busienss
    • Nutrition, paricularly of members children, has been a core focus of Grameen's 16 decision culture from the outset. This guides what investments and innovations members define as critical to sustainably ending village poverty. One of Dr Yunus' first entrepreneurial solutions beyond financial services (1983) was to help cure night blindness of members children - the simple solution was for bank managers to distribute 1 taka packs of carrot seeds so as to improve the childrens vitamin intake. The first global social business partnership with Danone in nutritious yogurt was also targeted at members children's nutrition. On winning the Nobel Prioze in 2006, Yunus announced renewed partnership searches of Grameen Health.

    this is a grameen fans web - rsvp info @worldcitizen.tv if we have missed vital health link in guided tour to official grameen bookmarks on health kalyan (est 93 as diagnostics, insurance ), and most recently Grameen Nurse   & US-led learning centre consortium (Emory leads panel including US Yunus Partners  McGill and Duke Universities, Pfizer, General Electric Healthcare Systems, Mayo Clinic, Sabin Vaccine Institute and Johnson & Johnson; there are alternative views 1) GH whose Grameen CP8 corporate brands include Grameen Danone (kid nutrition), Grameen Veolia (water), BASF Grameen(chemicals eg mosquito nets); health service structure of Grameen Health Care Services in dhaka -4 substructures GKalyan, GS, GTS. GBB -and several SB programs 1 Eyecare;   CP9YunusUni: GlasgowCal  ; Grameen has an Italian NGO partnership with Cure2Chldren (Bone marrow/Thalassemia) ;health-overall as edited by grameen america the main organiser of CP3 health sb summits as part of america's leading health conference circuit; 


    resources for playing boardgames of  global grameen partners in sustainability -leading current health game -also if you can help open source updates of grameen cases please link with our social business journalist ning or our grameen brand architecturemaps


    Our blog catalogues all social business cases of healthcare -eg Aravind ; RSVP info @worldcitizen.tv if you have  a case to nominate 

     Social Business Csse

    Grameen Nurse Institute open source property asserted by The Social Busienss Action Team - Q&A welcomed by team - chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk

    How Can Universities Help Catalyse Unique Global Social Business Partnerships

    Grameen Nurse Institute is an inspiring, if brand new example of a Social Business, for the world to map, action and learn around. It probably would never have happened if Dr Yunus hadn’t gone to talk at a University and found that the University and he wanted a lifelong partnership –well 2 actually! The second partnership is Grameen Bank Glasgow which may become one of our favourite cases in next years’ annual if it proves to be the first Grameen Europe bank to become a regional benchmark. (references British Council http://www.britishcouncil.org/new/about-us/75th-Anniversary/lecture-series/Muhammad-Yunus/  : BBC http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/scotland/8134491.stm ) For now we will focus on the story of Grameen Nurse Institute. It’s a fantastic example of job creation in a sector with rising global demand, and demonstrates how social business shares out that surplus for all parties integrating around the poorest, and not just for the few who see the most bucks to make.

    On driving Dr Yunus to his talk and awards ceremony at Glasgow Caledonian University , compatriot and university lecturer Dr Zasheem Ahmed asked Dr Yunus whether he knew that Glasgow Caledonian was one of the largest trainers of nurses for the UK national health Service. Seeing that Dr Yunus looked interested by the remark he asked why not ask Vice Chancellor to lend you some of Caledonian's trainers in Bangladesh. This has catalysed a chain of partnerships that less than 10 months later were one of the most inspiring announcements of Clinton Global Initiative 2009. In particular. Dr Yunus had hunted out Nike Foundation who have branded their focus around Girl Power with extra support from one of Buffett Family Foundations, Novo. How could they refuse to join in what is probably the truest Girl Power Social Business of them all.

    Dr Yunus has long been looking for an opportunity to start up a Free Womens University , a social business model which as far I know began as a unisex one in South Africa at Cida thanks to founder Taddy Blecher, though it too quickly attracted girl power supporters in the likes of Oprah Winfree. She wanted the alumni of her own school for girls to seriously consider graduating at CIDA.  Another early fan of CIDA was the entrepreneur who won 2nd prize in Richard Branson’s tv reality apprentice competition Rebel Billionnaire- her prize being the money to start a girls charity. Those who know of Branson’s own social business Virgin Unite will see it more or less launched itself out of CIDA. The Free University model, broadly speaking, offers to train a graduate in some life critical service or practical entrepreneurial innovation for free. In return, the CIDA graduate commits to spending their next several years serving rural or poorest parts of the country.  

    So now the partnership of Glasgow Caledonian as a Yunus Centre- one that is now advertising the world’s first social business chair in health – Nike Foundation and an emerging chain of partners is building Grameen Nurse Institute.

    When Dr Yunus won the Nobel Prize he told his friends that health partnerships would be his big new priority. His social business pop group at the time  The Green Children  raised a million dollars which was enough to build 2 replications of the aravind eyecare hospital (started in India – se separate entry). These facilities were opened within a year of starting up. Dr Yunus also has a social business partnership with a hospital construction group that helps!

    However perhaps the most deeply practical dynamic to know about the Grameen Nurse Institute Plan is that it intends to send its trained nurses to serve at Grameen members rural health insurance branches, and of course to encourage neighbourhood school girls through peer groups to learn first aid, and perhaps become the next graduates of Grameen Nurse Institute. Grameen’s Health insurance http://www.grameenkalyan.org  branch began in 1992 and still focuses on diagnosing illness and recommending where to go or what pills to take for the cheapest cure (that part being a co-pay the patient makes). It seems like a good deal to us as Grameen Kalyan is still quoting Grameen Bank members annual insurances for the family at two dollars in those locations it operates. The main block to this most economical service in the world of health spreading across rural Bangladesh is trained personnel. The several hundred current staff of Grameen Kalyan are probably the most productive medical and economics network you will find anywhere –as always rsvpinfo@worldcitizen.tv if you spot a candidate for that social business roll of honor      

    Can Grameen Nurse Institute be a benchmark for renewing girl power and community healthcare?

    Why not web round Grameen Nurse Institute as most valued girl power social business on the planet. Dr Yunus is busy showing how to connect partnerships of medical technology companies now that most diagnostics and some procedures can be examined remotely through the net –ie the top expert doesn’t have to be in the field to empower fieldworkers as mobile nurses or para medics. These partnerships look set to keep on growing as the head of Grameen America, Vidar Jorgensen, makes his own for profit living with America’s largest heath conferences http://www.worldcongress.com/ The time I met Vidar he explained that he had a hobby of searching the world for unexpectedly economical healthcare services in poorest places and had discovered where they appeared they were usually connected with a microcredit. So that’s why he  originally partnered Dr Yunus. This was years before Dr Yunus met up with the social entrepreneurs of Ashoka and Jeff Skoll’s Oxford world championships, and asked them why not become sustainable as social business entrepreneurs. History shows that many communities’ proudest creations were hospitals as social businesses- the 2010s can rediscover the huge vocational values that were once the heart of the medical profession and which heroines like Florence Nightingale empowered the world’s most loving girls to mother.


    Official Grameen web sites - GrameenHealth (Bangladesh) ; GrameenKalyan (Bangladesh) illness diagnosis insurance; GrameenAmerica- regional partner search hub and worldwide health partners in association with worldcongress.com - cases fromYunusCentre (Bangladesh) include: ..coming soon

    Health Management Centres

    Eye HospitalsNursing CollegesMedicalUniversityNutritionWater

    Mosquito Net

    Rest of this web is a fan site - help us connect the most relevant social business case news as well as anyone who can help Bangladesh Healthcare or who wants to replicate extremely affodable system solutions  chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington DC tel 301 881 1655

    GrameenHealthcare is a fans web inviting your support connecting how to collaborate around Muhammad Yunus goal to design a national healthcare system for Bangladesh starting with services social business designed round the world’s poorest women entrepreneurs and their families


    The first global Grameen supporters club meeting took place in Wolfsburg near Berlin Nov 2009- we have annotated what we have recalled who among these 1000 leaders and fans connects what with health. Please tell us if you search out more details than we have noted- and especially if you have suggestions of who else can collaborate around this extraordinary sustainability goal


    We also wish to open source action learning on how peoples can design extremely affordable healthcare systems to anywhere else worldwide where peoples wish to see this life critical demand and supply designed sustainably for all





    Thursday, August 28, 2014

    peter do you know how: he seems to be crazy about health the right way and linkin out of alabama 

    • www.linkedin.com/pub/michael-saag/12/47a/277


    bhuiyan do you have a map you can share with us today of which practice experts out of georgia and alabama you trust ideas of in helping inspire youth the same way that yunus and the nobel laureates wish; poland nobel summit 2013 number 1 social prize went to a health network to which over 10% of the population participate each year in building one specialty area of childrens medicine t a time - it links in a summer pop concert with a new year funding drive- it makes other pop concerts to end poverty look very unlinked in the national or global psyche for social actions; whats great about this is that te polish people know they can build a health service in a sustainable way top-down politicians never could- every country in europe let alone europes east would benefit from replicating this model -it would also be a natural extension of monica's sing for hope


    kathryn is leading student connector of health students interested in health social businesses out of alabama- she's also crazy about regenerating health amongst a community of coffee farmers in haiti; tebabu runs african diaspora value chains summits especially on coffee which make official usaid attempts to map value chains look far from grounded at either end - producers in africa ; diaspora community consumers in eg dc


    I think of the world like a correspondence model of an old fashion newspaper


    if we do not start to work out a shortlist of practice areas of which health is one and map both some regionally committed people as well as some world all stars then the process around atlanta cant possibly connect positively with jim kim's or any other youth movement



    cc rj meyers doctor heads results chapter boulder; carrie rich global fund dc - author of book on community healthcare curriculum; bhuiyan links person for 10000+ youth and yunus and nobel laureate and ted turner summit atlanta nov 2015; ira director of the nobel leaureate prized organisation physicians preventing nuclear war;  mostofa youth's correspondent out of dhaka on challenges facing eg grameen next; these include yunus first impossible possible postcard inviting help to make his free nursing college 10 times more resourced in next year - why not!!! -especially as haiti microcredit cant possibly work separately from healthcare and the world's number 1 open source medical training college resource is linked out of haiti by partners in health as zasheem and I found out in budapest last year at soros-hosted conferences featuring paul farmer


    naila first female director of grameen phone- health is major practice area being mobilised by women4empowerment including annual 2000 family free heathcheck which links in about 100 medics many associated with john hopkins or bangladesh expats; ryan is the student rep on the advisor board of women4empowerment

     nazrul accompanied mrs begum when she won the 2009? un spanish womens prize - several of the people from spain there were concerned with leading  community healthcare practices


     mnina medical graduate florida wanting to help yunus on social business health for many years now;  bernardo connector of universities with valid social business curricula especially in hispanic countries and communities- moved from chile to florida;  sam would know whether any other results chapters have leading health connectors; anna's microcredit students across san diego have regenerated health centres "La maestra" as spaces for lending circles ; when asked where to go observe multidimensional regeneration of communities by micoi=credit in usa, san diego is a favorite pick of larryjean claudes puddle _ major experimental labs san francisco and san diego and various hispanic networks -  is a leading way for poorest community circles to take back their savings flows - he's friends with matt flannery - do any of the entrepreneurs of kiva zip form a health services cluster of microentrepreneurs;  liz is just about the only yunus competition pitcher who has sustained a development solution (sanitation) in health area (if there are others why arent they already in a lively network); - jack is the world's leading xepert on microsanitation out of singapore; samantha's social business earth association out of italy had 2 favorite health issues - it was trying to do what the greencholdren helped yunus do to aravind end unnecessary blindness to end unneccessary deafness; it was trying to help prostitutes or other at risk young women in bangladesh get a healthier life; chris temple in la ubernetworker of student microcredt movements also keeps in live contact with =the greenchildren; the greencholdren also helped promote ingrids jamii bora and if i recall ingrid's number 2 is the wife of kenya's health minister

    cam is tee social business professor of health and wellbeing Markets and Health in the Home of Smith and Yunus by social business professor Cam Donaldson & Glasgow Cal Team ; Okada-san knows what social business health concepts are being pitched by the thousand student SB competitions run out of japan

     fiona's yunus competition out of new hampshire did most to use virtual screening modes of connections of all the stakeholders needed to sustain student competitions


    paul oz's uber-connetor of health and volunteer students and reconcilation across 50 cultures and 10 nobel laureates out of monash university


    I cant undesstand - we have been talking atlanta for more than  a year now but I dont know where these practice correspondent groups are forming to link together students, mentors, investors, educators, judges


    who else could we add to a bottom up health group now- we have thehehad of the world bank a sknowledgeable as anyone on bottom-up value chains of health- he has challenged millennials to post on solutions to an april 2015 spring world bank fair; do we have any of our 10000 atlanta youth likely to pitch in health areas ; if so how do we mentor them so they also pitch to jim kim's #2030now as net generation's defining social valuation movement



    12:40 pm edt 

    Friday, July 29, 2011

    extraoirdinary advances include

    France 24 reports that researchers at Hebrew Uni in Israel expect within 3 years to enable any mobile phone to take a photo of a persons finger in such a way that malaria can be diagnosed
    10:52 pm edt 

    Tuesday, September 14, 2010

    GrameenHealth.com web - selected content
    48 Grameen Clinics (GCs) have been established across Bangladesh that include a laboratory and pharmacy, and satellite camps along with community health outreach, and emergency services. The GCs are associated with a local Grameen Bank Branch and are led and managed by a licensed physician, who is assisted by one or two paramedics, a laboratory technician and six community health assistants. This network currently operates with 93% cost recovery. The GCs typically serve a population of 50,000 persons living within 8-10 kilometers of the clinic. For more information please visit: link
    A vital component of these health programs is the accompanying micro-health insurance scheme to encourage positive health seeking practices. This serves a dual purpose of enhancing utilization of health services and improving cost-recovery to achieve sustainability. An integral part of the Grameen approach is the ?sixteen decisions? which guide all GB borrowers and their families toward productive living. Indeed, more than half of these 16 decisions directly address the health and well being of borrowers and their families. Thus, the basic principles of learning organizations and an overall vision to support the well-being of the poor have been pillars of the Grameen approach.
    Opened in 2008, the first Grameen Eye Hospital is modeled after the successful Aravind eye hospitals in India. These targeted to perform 50,000 eye examinations and 10,000 cataract operations per year. The hospital charges its patients based on their ability to pay, with wealthier clients charged at a normal rate and the poor at subsidized. Everyone receives the same high-quality treatment. The key to the success of the model is a system that delivers very high quality and standard eye care services at an affordable cost by using high volume and having highly trained technicians doing most of the examination and preparation work so that ophthalmologists can focus on the operations.

    Social Business Joint Ventures

    Grameen Danone Foods
    The Grameen and Groupe Danone entered into a joint venture agreement effective from March 2006, to form a company called Grameen Danone Foods - a social business enterprise in Bangladesh. Grameen Danone Foods brings daily healthy nutrition to low income nutritionally deprived populations in Bangladesh and alleviates poverty through the implementation of a unique community based business model.

    Grameen and Veolia Water agreed in March 2008 to set up a new company called Grameen-Veolia Water Ltd to supply drinking water to the poorest people of Bangladesh. Its mission will be to operate several water treatment and production plants in the poorest villages in Bangladesh. At the end of 2008, the first plant, has begun supplying water suitable for cooking and drinking to 25 000 inhabitants of Goalmari, a village 100 km. from Dhaka. Consumers pay a price that is set on the basis of what they can afford. All the profits will be reinvested in the further development of the project.

    BASF Grameen Ltd. will start by utilizing two products from BASF’s portfolio: dietary supplement sachets containing vitamins and micronutrients, and impregnated mosquito nets that offer protection against insect-borne disease. BASF will contribute €200,000 initial investment, funds for one million sachets of vitamins and micronutrients and 100,000 mosquito nets. Grameen’s contribution includes its knowledge of the market, distribution structures and networks in Bangladesh.


    Development Programs

    Integrated Network of Hospitals, Medical Schools, and Clinics
    A new Grameen University and Hospital in Bangladesh will be an important focal point of the project. This hospital and university will be developed into one of the most advanced in the country, treating patients from all strata of society with the best methods possible. Additionally, a strong research and training component will be attached to every aspect of the hospital and university. The university will focus on training doctors, nurses and technicians that will be critical to the growth and effectiveness of the overall network.

    The hospital will have branches all over the country, including 30 district Grameen Hospitals; 5 of these will be larger regional Grameen Hospitals located in bigger cities. There will also be up to 3,000 or smaller technician staffed community ambulatory clinics. These clinics will be organized to serve the entire local population in addition to Grameen borrowers. All these centres will have their own research and training components in addition to the quality treatment and primary Healthcare facilities.

    7:36 pm edt 

    Corporare partnership experiments with Grameen Kalyan

    In September 2008, Grameen Kalyan collaborated with Pfizer Inc.General Electric (GE) Healthcare, and Mayo Clinic in pursuit of scalable models of healthcare and micro health insurance delivery in Bangladesh. Each of the partner organizations was chosen due to its respective field: Pfizer is a global research-based pharmaceutical company, GE Healthcare is a global manufacturer of medical devices such as ultrasounds, and Mayo Clinic is a large non-profit that operates medical schools, and medical treatment and research centers in the United States. The partners will evaluate ways to improve Grameen Kalyan’s existing system, and in September 2009, will propose business models that aim to scale and replicate the model in other developing nations.

    Grameen Kalyan’s new alliance will reportedly focus on the following five areas:

    (1) Implementing primary health promotion and disease prevention programs, including maternal and child health promotion and nutrition programs.

    (2) Expanding Grameen Kalyan’s current healthcare delivery and HMI programs.

    (3) Establishing permanent training programs for nurses, technicians and physicians.

    (4) Reviewing operating efficiencies and the types of services offered by Grameen Kalyan’s clinics.

    (5) Introducing genomicepidemiological, and outcomes research capability to increase prevention and treatment of diseases particular to Bangladesh

    7:29 pm edt 

    Monday, September 13, 2010

    Grameen Kalyan
    official web no longer maintained as separte entity as whole program expands and is integrared round Grameen Health

    typical policy: source 

    Grameen Kalyan Product Details

    Product Features and Policies

    Microinsurance Type Preventive and curative health care

    Group or individual product Individual

    Term Annual

    Eligibility requirements Grameen Bank borrowers and their families or villagers living within 8 km of each GK health centre

    Renewal requirements None

    Rejection rate No one is rejected

    Voluntary or compulsory Voluntary

    Product coverage (benefits)

    • 25% off retail price of 15 essential basic medicines

    • 10% off retail price of other medicines

    • 30-50% off normal pathology tests

    • 50% off referred consultation fees

    • US$8.52 – 17.04 provision for other hospitalisation costs

    • Up to US$34.08 for pregnancy related costs

    • Free annual check-up for head of household

    • Free immunization against six diseases

    • Free house visits by female health assistant

    Key exclusions No specified exclusions31

    Pricing – premiums US$2.04/2.56 (GB/non-GB) per year

    Pricing – co-payments and


    Medical consultation fee: US$0.09/0.17/0.85 (GB/non-GB/noncardholder)

    Pricing – other fees No other fees

    At little over $2 per year Kalyan's secret as a world's most economical health insurance program is to focus on greatest needs; diagnosing the most common illnesses, recommending cure, and maintaining statistics (mobile tech) that help minimise epidemics etc; it also increasingly offers screening (eg maternal diagnostics) and as part of Grameen's microbank of social business models is a foundation to interface with other most economical solutions and collaboration partnerships of Building Social Business (Muhammad Yunus main focus since 205) . Historically Kalyan's replication has been constrained by lack of rural nurses- that's why the new grameen nursing college (2010) which connects with Grameens secondry school scholars creating jobs for girls is  a win-win-win that keeps on multiplying

    GRammen K originates as solution to these 1993 findings

    A study undertaken by Dr. David Gibbons and Helen Todd

    in 1992 found that after 10 years of Grameen borrowing, 58% of the members had lifted

    themselves out of poverty, compared with only 18% of non-borrowers. Of the 42% of

    borrowers who failed to improve their socio-economic condition, 60% had experienced a

    serious illness within the family that drained family resources.29

    6:42 pm edt 

    Help Us Map Connections of all Grmeen SB partners connecting health (italics means  collaboration network not specific to grameen partnering 

     6 ExponentialTrillion $ Audit  7 Collaboration Capitals 8 ResponsibilityCorporations 
    GKalyan corporate partners:GE Healthcare, Pfizer, Mayo Clinic
     5 Media for humanity's heroes      9 Pro Youth Universities 
    Glasgow Caledonian : SB Prof of Health &Grameen Nursing
     4 Sustainability Place Leadership      10 SB Prizes in schools
     3 Microsummit      11 Digi Youth Job Creation Celebration Communities
     2 Up-Micro economical foundations 
    GNurse funded byNike FoundationGirtl Effect
     1 SB MicroBanks 
    GKalyan - microhealth insurance -needs nurses

    GShikka- secondary scholars need jobs (eg nursing)
      12 Hubs of NetGen Entrepreneurial Revolution 
    5:51 pm edt 

    Thursday, November 26, 2009

    Jamii Bora Social Business - world's most economical health insurance - unless you vote elsewhere rsvp info @worldcitizen.tv

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    Social Business Case - Aravind -eyecare
    open source property asserted by The Social Business Action Team - Q&A welcomed by team - chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk

    Aravind is one of social business cases I like to refer people to first for the simplicity of its evidence that it has systemised a 10 times more productive design. 

    Some economies of social business compound over time – eg the way that the traditiona grameen bank was not just a system deign to create jobs for wome villagers but an investment in the whole next generation’s literacy and health. 

    In contrast most of Aravind’s prrof of economy is evident as soon as a branch of the franchise opens. Aravind’s goal is to eradicate needless blindness by designing the most simple and most productively energised eyecare hospital for cateracts. It  origin is a surgeon in India who wanted his lifelong knowledge to be linked together into an open source franchise. The case came to fame from CK Prahalad’s searches at the turn of the millennium for 10 times more economical systems when designed to serve bottom billion markets.  

    One of Aravind's chief advisers during the design stage was Larry Brilliant. Eyecare has always been one of his developing world specialties though he is known as the doctor who saw the last smallpox case eradicated. And was the first CEO of google.org 

    Basically 10 times more economical is achieved by training staff in exactly what support care is needed. A score of actual surgeons are supported by hundreds of para-nurses but it turns out that their duties of care are not advanced technically. Aravind trains village girls to be para nurses in a few weeks. This achieves a triple win – job creation, a wage that is very good for a village girl but much less costly than a nurse who is professionally qualified in everything that hospital nurses are responsible for outreach to a market of blind people who could not afford hospital price norms paid by healthcare services that start at the top of the market. 

    Of course this is a hi-trust healthy franchise where lawyers etc are banned from either side of a contract between patient and hospital. Not that there is any sign that Aravind results are less safe than other eyecare hospitals. 

    Another feature is that patients pay what they can afford. Typically the maximum charged is a third what other eyecare hospitals charge but this subsidizes many patients who can’t afford to pay at all to end their blindnness. Across 5 franchises in India, 200,000 operations ending blindness are conducted each year. The franchise has been replicated across nations. Bangladesh’s Grameen has so far built 2 eye care replications – each needing about half a million dollars to build the hospital and start up. The fundraising for these two replications was done by the responsibility pop group www.thegreenchildren.org  

    Further ref: aravind.org , aravind at nextbillion.net  , aravind at yunuscentre
    5:27 pm est 

    Tuesday, November 24, 2009

    Icon version of grameen nurse case summary


    S2 sustainability model (provided operations work) made simple as almost unlimited demand for rural nurses jobs


    A3 Girl power nurses can be economic backbone of whole rural health system- a global aid foundation would not have local connectivity across age groups to turn nursing from almost 0% girl’s vocation to main one


    A2 Nike foundation aims to be number 1 in girl power and this looks like a defining girl power project


    A1 Glasgow caledonian’s trainers for UK NHS catalayst to get whole chain of partnerships flowing


    C1 C2 Both quality of replication and transfer modes supported by existing grameen kalyan branch structure, moreover C2 Yunus experimenting with lots of mobile ap. transfer in medical field

     C3 Why now worldwide womens social networks get behind this
    5:06 pm est 

    Thursday, October 22, 2009

    Yunus Twitter:

    Grameen Healthcare signs MoU today with Emory University to establish a Learning Centre in Bangladesh to train health care professionals
    3:51 pm edt 

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    is the people's healthcare a crisis action issue in your place - tell us if so
    eg chris --

    We've got a fight on our hands. Powerful insurance companies are pulling out all the stops to defeat the President's plan for health reform. They're spending seven million bucks a week on lobbyists, blanketing the country with deceptive TV ads, and just funded two high-profile "reports" to distort what reform would mean for you.

    I know their game. I was in the Senate the last time health reform came around, and I saw the special interests savage our efforts. Frankly, under the old rules of Washington they were nearly impossible to beat. But now, thanks to you, the rules are changing. All the lies, scare tactics and lobbyist shake-downs in the world are no match for the incredible work of Organizing for America supporters like you. That's exactly what frightens them so much -- and it's what Barack and I are counting on.

    After decades of false starts, we're now just a short time from finally passing real reform. Every member of Congress will soon have to cast their vote. As real change draws near, you can bet the insurance companies will hold nothing back. That means OFA will need the extra resources to beat back whatever attack they can dream up next. Here's the bottom line: it's not time to let up -- it's time to double down.

    Please donate $5 or more to power OFA's fight for change as we head into the final round.

    When I talk about you changing the rules in Washington, here's what I mean: This week, crucial negotiations on Capitol Hill are shaping a comprehensive reform proposal. At the same time, the insurance companies' phony reports are grabbing headlines and their lobbyists are twisting arms. But your work is keeping them from setting us back.

    On Tuesday, OFA supporters around the country organized more than 1,000 local outreach events and generated an astounding 330,000 calls to Congress from constituents telling their representatives that "it's time to deliver." From my years in Congress and my conversations with Senate colleagues this week, I can tell you with confidence that your message broke through and you helped keep us on track.

    If this fight were only about guaranteeing the choice of secure, quality, affordable care for every American, it would be worth everything we could throw at it. But as Barack reminded us this week, this fight for change is now about something even bigger: a test of whether or not "we as a nation are capable of tackling our toughest challenges, if we can serve the national interest despite the unrelenting efforts of the special interests; if we can still do big things in America."

    I believe we can. And Barack believes we can. But what really matters is whether you believe we can. If you do, now is the moment to make it happen. Please contribute today:


    Thank you,

    Vice President Joe Biden 

    health economics

    TIPPING POINTS FIRST QUARTER 2015 - WHO's global health system is it anyway?
    Too many of universities global health programs verge on neocolonialism, recreating the dynamics that have historically exploited low-income countries and undermined their capacity to build health systems that provide care for all people. Deputy Chief Medical Officer La Mirabelais Haiti

    17 million dollars - is new york 17 times less economical for ending ebola than senegal


    Breaking news good to see ebola fighters at community health level are The Time's persons of the year


    http://pih.org One of the most interesting 60 minute conversations I have ever heard took place last night with 1000+ listeners to Kim and Farmer on what to do and learn from Ebola


    There were many sub-dialogues hopefully worth the replay but one I would like to check understanding of is

    Kim's comparison of the $1 million it cost senegal to treat one patient and so far end ebola from its country, versus the 17 billion dollars it took New York to do the same


    The way I heard the conversation (your advice welcome) - new york was probably far more than 17 times less economical because the consequence was a lot of media fear and not much learning. Whereas in Senegal the leadership of the country got involved; its quite likely that senegal now as a system in place if ebola ever comes again. And other countries in Africa as yet untouched by Ebola could gain from replicating what Senegal did. Fingers crossed Senegal has developed one of te most economical knowhow systems ever


    The rest of the conversation was sad. The costs to ever get economies rising again - let alone the human costs - in each of sierra leone , liberia , Guinea sounded to be in the many billions. Over and over in our globalising world macroeconomists have got risks exponentially wrong. By not spending on the basics, the human and monetary costs of system collapse has been order of magnitudes more costly than they claimed short-term efficiency.or even "externalisation"


    I suggest that if any economist from adam smith to keynes came back to earth and looked at what conventional macroeconomists have spun since world war 2 and tv era , they would not recognise  what was going on in the name of economics. If there was an oxford union debate on this house believes macroeconomists 1948-2008 became experts in designing the most costly systems on earth, how would you vote? 

    Africa ER

    In the early 1990s an Ethiopian launched the African continent's first satellite- he ensured one common frequency for life critical information ... and the continent started to lead the netgen world in youthworldbanking and job-creating microeducation. 

     African Sampler of highlights from world record book of job creators

    African net generation's top 3 educational revolutionaries- rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk to nominate changes to youth's MVPs


    Ethiopian American: Samara -video 1; latest social buisness


    Gamechangers of mobile and satellite

    Jullan nanocredit

    Toure family ITU. Women4Empowerment and Mali

    Ibrahim - helping next billion africans value public servants  - and inspiration for good news by and for africans

    Cases of missing curricula found @ primary

    financial literacy - aflatoun orphns find best finacial lit curriculum

    adult readiing literacy within a month -researched at India's main school of Gandhi/Montessori and world's largest school -also respomsible for peace curicula Gnadhi and mandela would have hoped all teachers of children valued most

     transcendental mediation - best cross-cultural joy and self-confidence curriculum?

    coding curriculum 

    foz eco-literacy 


     Missing secondary curriculum

    leading to nearly free nursing college

    leading to free coleges for job creating entrepreurs - the whole of south afruca becomes a lab for twinning any nation interested with job creating education -partners criss-crossing globe with good news include branson and google africa

     Latest action post summer 2014

     Dear US Africa Diaspora- following  last month's revolutionary entrepreneurial summit in washington dc led by largest regional diasapora , 2 urgent questions- 

    first does your team have a elearning tablet study group? Before naila and I visit $100 laptop people at MIT again i think we need 1 to understand free satellites yazmi people's action goals and eg possible links with ITU and nanocredit, 2 to understand $100tablet wiki (here's its ethiopia page), 3 to understand other advances in missing primary curricula

    second, is this the sort of conference usadbc.org need to interface?
    This UNHR conference claims it will link delegates resources to its web.
    First 250 registrants appear to be free.
    The date seems complex to me given how busy last week of september and first week of october are in terms of youth and womens empowerment networking events

    Africa Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights - 16-18 Sep, Addis Ababa

    The UN Working Group on business & human rights is convening an "African Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights", 16-18 September 2014 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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    UN announces Africa Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights - 16-18 Sep, Addis Ababa

    Author: Office of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, UN Working Group on business & human rights
    "Save-the-Date: African Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights, 16-18 September 2014, Addis Ababa (Ethiopia)"
    The United Nations Working Group on Business and Human Rights is convening the African Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights...from 16 to 18 September 2014 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The Forum is co-hosted by the African Union Commission, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)...The Forum provides a multi-stakeholder regional platform for dialogue on the implementation of the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights...Participants will include representatives from...businesses, industry associations, Governments,...civil society, national human rights institutions and other stakeholders. The main goals are to promote multi-stakeholder dialogue and cooperation on business and human rights..., provide capacity-building..., identify material issues and challenges..., identify emerging innovative practices...Key issues that will be expected to be addressed...include challenges and opportunities...related to: National action plans, Access to effective remedies (both judicial and non-judicial), Investment in natural resources (extractive industries and land), The important role of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and the informal sector, Ways of promoting the prevention and mitigation of business-related human rights risks...







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     yunus top 10 dreams

    Nearly Free Nursing College -this can be the gamchanger towards ending the ever increasing costs and inequality of everyday healtcare. Any nation that doesn adopt this will find that debts caused by health as its most coatly market cause lost generations


    Poverty Museums

    Stockmarket where each trillion dolar marker's most sustaonable purpose is agreed-and stocks/models are valued by how closely they scale that social business goal

    social superport at coz' bazaar to serve tran-national region

    billion solar energy installations for thise off grid

    hi-trust banking for billion unbanked

    half a  million community and peace-making jobs for  youth per any hundred million of population

    local security of personal safety, clean water, food , energy as  a basic human right

    celbrating ilabs everywhere so that open source youth technolgists can directly build life critocal apps and goodwil trades that all sides win from  across our borderess planet 

    turning twin citiy summits of job creation into an even more youth-value movement than the olympics or any spectator sport; celebratoing womens empowerment invitation to every superstar to takes responsibility for fashion 

     The net generation's curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution has been an amateur passion of my life since my father started debating ER at The Economist in 1972.


    online library of norman macrae--


    My father's 85th and last public birthday at Royal Automobile Club London Saint James featured Muhammad Yunus as chief guest. Yunus job creating dreams seem to me as joyful and purposeful as anyone =as he invites the net generation to collaborate in achieving the greatest goals of any generation now that we have technolgy that can connect any number between 2 people and 7 billion people in serving each other. 


    In reseaching these dreams since late 2007, the problem of scaling enough people to work on them at the same time seems to be the only reason why we are not just dping tem. I would love to hear from you if you have either an idea on how to scale one of these dreams or an alternative top 10 dream for millennials to action. chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - i try to update notes as various youth jobs summits are linking in to ecah other - currently to end 2015 when hopefully the first wave of milennium goals will be replaced by milennials goals and whole truth investment systems of the sort that Wall Street banking appears worst in the world at honoring.

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    Alibaba founder Jack Ma unveils ambitious plan

    Mission: 100 million new jobs

    By Dana McCauley

    He already runs the world's biggest online shopping company, but Alibaba founder Jack Ma is not satisfied.

    The Chinese billionaire has unveiled an even more ambitious plan to expand the company's reach across the globe, creating 100 million new jobs and transforming the global economy to create a more equitable world.

    It may sound pie-in-the-sky, but the goal forms part of mission statement of the US$261 billion company's visionary executive chairman.

    In a letter to shareholders, Ma outlined Alibaba's achievements of the past financial year - including a gross merchandise turnover of more than $195 billion (1 trillion RMB), an "unprecedented" figure - before looking to the future.

    "We have more than 430 million annual active buyers, which means one out of every three individuals in China has made a purchase on our retail marketplaces," Ma wrote.

    But, he said, while proud of Alibaba's online shopping achievements, "we want to do far more", saying that the benefits of globalisation had not been spread evenly, but that "digital disruption will bring us closer to a level playing field for young people and small businesses".

    "We are not merely trying to shift buy/sell transactions from offline to online, nor are we changing conventional digital marketing models to squeeze out a little additional profit," he wrote.

    "We are working to create the fundamental digital and physical infrastructure for the future of commerce, which includes marketplaces, payments, logistics, cloud computing, big data and a host of other fields."

    The Alibaba group of companies, founded in 1999, accounts for 60 per cent of all Chinese online sales, and this year overtook Walmart as the world's largest retailer.


    It has made Ma the second richest man in Asia, with a net worth of US$28.5 billion.


    It's through cloud computing that Alibaba aims to expand its reach, and the company has been investing in the technology as part of a strategy that sees shoppers' data as the contemporary equivalent of mineral riches.

    "Over the next 30 years, with computing power as the new 'technology breakthrough' and data as the new 'natural resource,' the landscape of retail, financial services, manufacturing and entertainment will be transformed," Ma wrote, forecasting a decades-long period of transformation.

    "The internet revolution is a historical inflection point, much like when electricity was introduced, and it may have an even greater impact," he predicted.

    Alibaba's mission, he said, was to "empower merchants with the ability to transform and upgrade their businesses for the future" and "help companies all over the world to grow".

    "We believe, the commerce infrastructure we have created in China - marketplaces, payments, logistics, cloud computing and big data, all working in concert - can be applied on a global scale to lift up small and medium businesses and ordinary consumers around the world."

    Eight years after launching, Alibaba Cloud hosts 35 per cent of Chinese websites, while delivering cloud computing and big data services.


    Ma said Alibaba was constantly adapting to the changing e-commerce environment, as staying at the forefront of innovation was key to its continued success.

    "In the coming years, we anticipate the birth of a re-imagined retail industry driven by the integration of online, offline, logistics and data across a single value chain," he said.

    "With e-commerce itself rapidly becoming a "traditional business," pure e-commerce players will soon face tremendous challenges."

    A shift to mobile revenue was one such change, he said, with mobile climbing from a single-digit percentage to three-years of total revenue from Alibaba's Chinese retail marketplaces, in the space of two years.

    "This is why we are adapting, and it's why we strive to play a major role in the advancement of this new economic environment," Ma said.

    Innovations like Alibaba's Qianniu app, which helps online businesses to improve sales and marketing while enhancing efficiency, were an example of the type of projects the company aimed to focus on.

    "In 20 years, we hope to serve two billion consumers around the world, empower 10 million profitable businesses and create 100 million jobs," Ma said, adding: "This will be an even more difficult journey than the one behind us."


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    Mr Ma - who's worth around $50 billion - met with John Key in Beijing late yesterday. He made his money through founding the online commerce platform Ali Baba.

    Standing alongside the Prime Minister, he heaped praise on the country, which he says is loved by many Chinese.

    "At least 20 of my colleagues retired from Ali Baba. They're all very young, in their 40s, they all go to New Zealand."

    "I asked what they do apart from the golf and green things and they say it's the people there."

    It wasn't all social, with the Chinese billionaire also talking business.

    Jack Ma told the entrepreneurs luncheon Kiwi businesspeople find it difficult to access the Chinese market.

    Mr Ma said he wants to make that easier with his multi-platform organisation.

    "We have Ali Baba University. We would either have courses in New Zealand or invite the entrepreneurs in New Zealand to stay in China for two weeks for training."

    "The second is that we're going to open an Ali Baba business embassy next year in New Zealand."

    John Key is in China meeting business and political leaders.



    Innovation "Made in China" - The Case of Alibaba and the role of Net-based Small Business

    Innovation is a key driver for economic development and social progress and small business is one of the best ways for people to express their willingness and capability to innovate.  Pervasive business ownership has, therefore, been the foundation in many societies for the continued improvement of people’s economic wellbeing. In the People’ Republic of China, however, private business ownership was prohibited between 1957 and 1978. Productive innovations were extremely restricted and as a consequence, China’s economy was on the verge of collapse by the end of 1978. The Chinese people had suffered a historic setback.

    Alibaba’s growth, driven by unleashing grassroots entrepreneurship, has become an exemplar of China’s innovation in the 21st century.  Started by 18 young people in 1999, Alibaba has grown into a giant global internet platform and has made many invaluable contributions to China’s progress. Highlighting the importance of pervasive small business ownership in unleashing grassroots innovation and improving economic wellbeing, Professor Lowrey will discuss Alibaba’s innovative strategies and explain the economic theory behind its inspiring success.




    Dr. Ying Lowrey is Professor of Economics at Tsinghua University and Deputy Director of the Tsinghua Research Center for Chinese Entrepreneurs, and a member of the Academic Committee for Alibaba Group Research Institute. Her teaching and research interests include economics of innovation and entrepreneurship in the internet and platform economy, the modern microfinance market, business demographics, characteristics of business owners, and the role of free enterprise and competition in the macroeconomy. 

    She received her economics Ph.D. from Duke University, economics MA from Yale University and mathematics BS from Wuhan University. Before joining Tsinghua University in 2012, she served as senior economist at the Office of Advocacy, U.S. Small Business Administration and has taught economics at George Washington University and San Diego State University.


    Selected publications 




    Founder of Ali Baba commits his work for Chinese on internet to generate 100 million microentrepren…chris macraeNov 23, 200950 views

    Founder of Ali Baba commits his work for Chinese on internet to generate 100 million microentrepreneur jobs in 2010s - who else would you vote at the centre of 100 million job creation leagues?
    =====================update sumer 2016:
    unlike oiher years spent with bangaldeshi inspired youth, i spent 2015-2016 mainly with a class of chinese female students - what brilliant minds and tirelss sources of human energy - i hope this summary of why the whole world can celebrate what jack ma is doing is near to the mark - but as always look forward to editing any errors which are mine alone
    chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc text 240 316 8157
    was english language tutoring

    In 1995 he was sent to the usa on an exchange mission and encountered the worldwideweb - then unknown in China. He determined the www would be the biggest job creating innovation of his (or his generations) life and hopefully of every Chinese entrepreneur he could valuably link into.

    Over the next 15 years his wizard coding teams went from something that was little more than an electronic yellow pages for small businesses to conceiving sustainability generation's 2 greatest retailing platforms china or the world may ever have seen..

    the taobao platform is the most valuable job creating concept retailers have ever mediated because it reverses the western trend of globalisiation of retailers, bankers and big corporations squeezing out local and small enterprises from having a market; how taobao did that is an extraordinarily detailed story but note how Ma was concerned to ensure even the most cut-off of Chinese villagers could start up on tao bao (rural ecommerce is one of the innovations that Ma has led the www purpose to linkin)

    His other mall was pitched at the more usual high cost fashions of big global merchandisers. Because of complex property laws in chinese cities, most expensive retailers are not much of a joy to shop in. So ali baba created a lifestyle -eg celebrate singles day 11/11 shopping virtually rather than the physically exhausting interaction in The West's biggest shopping days of the year)

    SO 365/24/7 consumers of ali baba can choose who they value developing most with their purchasing power as well as searching merchandise with global image or local cultural joy

    Alibaba has become china's and probably the word's largest retailing channel. It does this with next to no merchandise but brilliant coding so that every store front on its platforms delivers with equal reliability. Hunting out exactly how Ma forms partnerships so that big data analysis benefits the smallest enterprises and most local consumers ought to be a job of whomever is sustainability goals greatest economist.

    Intriguingly to ensure he could compete with the chinese internet companies that raced to co-create the www that Ma had opened space for in china, Ma IPO'd Alibaba through a process 2010-2015 while developing his secret sustainability weapon under private ownership. AlIpay is china's number 1 financial inclusion delivery system and maybe global youth most humanly productive coding achievement to date.

    Comparing china's top 10 internet properties with the west's is very interesting. Are the consuming behaviours on ali baba more sustainable than those on amazon or ebay or paypal? Are the learnng behaviours on baidu more sustaining of youth than on google or coursera or microsoft's linkedin. Time will tell but note how speaking english, chinese and coding (as well as mother tongue) are probably what educators anywhere on planet earth should NOW be most valuing their global youth's future freedom to thrive entrepreneurially around.

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