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-starting with curriculum of next 
half billion jobs of mobilising 8 times more affordable and accessible health  service -thanks chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

 
"The Web as I envisaged it, we have not seen it yet. The future is still so much bigger than the past." Tim Berners Lee 
-exercise what's best mooc generated resources to date : our favorite from mooc change the world 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc

What could Job-Creating Education Value Chain Be? This was debated as net generation's 64 trillion dollar question in The Economist 1984 

Update2015 help welcomed at -  world record book of job creators  Valuing Open Learning and Future Economy beyond nations- celebrating 7 Billion Livelihoods of borderless planet 

 

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..Help us wiki NOW curriculum of why the first 3 millennial freedoms to explore in our 1984 book

debating whether the first net generation could overcome the Orwellian endgame and joyfully

sustain a borderless planet integrate the multi-win entrepreneurial revolutions of

MIllennialEducation  MIllennialEnergy,   MillennialBank.

 Curiosity Highlights from first 42 annual elearning newsletters and alumni of The Economist Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) Curriculum (est 1972)

What would internet and public broadcast media if designed around celebrating net generation next 3 billion jobs:

Which of these 6 compasses is optmistically rational and exponentially sustainable:

6 Next half  billion jobs of health

5 Next half billion jobs of land - food, water, energy, zero footprint commons/infrastructures, rural-urban harmony of futures

4 First half billion jobs of everyone's a life long learner and peer to peer teacher/mentor of flow

3 First half billion jobs of youth's open source tech wizards

2 ER's First half billion jobs of redesigning purposes of all other trillion dollar markets to joyfully frees entrepreneurial livelihood

1 First half billion jobs of professionals under 35 who align professions and public service to end poverty and invest in millennials; goals of borderless "global village networking" world

Explore three halves of world with less than 10% voice of 20th C future to map: Seventh "risk navigating" wonder of 21st C peaceful human race is ...? eg europe's post 9/11 fantasy game of triad of womenuni, university of stars, and global uni of poverty -changes value chains of parenting, fashion stars and future shift beyond industrial revolution's broken systems of valuing thing extraction not 7 billions beings development


    

Khan Academy 

  guest reviewer : Muhammad Yunus 

questions 1 what's subject youth most want khan to viralise; who would you most like to mooc with

Max 9 minute audio blackboards

Practice actions/collaboration every 10 minutes

Peer to peer presenter competitions eg health

Dashboards

Prioritise subjects : maths, health ,...?

Why not main reporting style from 1) youth jobs summits; 2) most trusted development networks eg BRAC? 

Freeing education of job creators

Missing curricula include financial literacy, self-literacy (eg maharishi), coding, microfranchise literacy

Missing structures: apprenticeships, lifelong learning geared to change positive impacts on sustainability

Telecenters of jobs owned/operated by poorest mothers and job seeking youth

Led out of  Hemisphere S Africa

Montessori & Freire Breakthroughs

Freire change mindset/presence of teacher first

Missing truths- eg possible to help almost any illiterate adult to read newspaper within month

Possible to design dashboards so children chooses self-learning pattern and teachers freed to tutor flow-breakers (cf UK elearning 1973!)

Led out of Hemisphere E

Futurise Leapfrogging

10-times more valuable win-win models under 35 YPA need to be leading 2030now towards: 20 years of mobilising partnerships with poorest village circles

Cashless banking & solarcredit

Nanocredit -if mobile billionnaires freed one life critical action-learning network what first

Last half mile redesign of multinationals

What do open source wizards value productive purpose of each market to be

Led by Twin Labs - greatest need community, greatest tech resource

Continental elearning satellite: Yazmi

What content

What local and global open education partners. How ensure OT youth embedded -eg combo of Kenya's IHUB and MIT media labs

Sustainability Mindset :map exponential local risk as relentlessly as worldwide opportunity

Link role of teacher, parent, community mentor; class of 2030now to 2015now connectors with investing in millennial goals

Nations chief scientists tear up any non-sustainable curriculum

Freedom Led by Africa&Asia

End tyranny of standardised testing

New Zealand www.thelearningweb.net since 1984 -shared with 10 million chinese parents circa 2000

Open Space since 1984

WISE process back from future of WHICH education laureates since 2010

Celebrate competition of youth collaboration entrepreneurs

Value the universities that bank for open sourcc and job creating entrepreneurship

Maybe led out of small or uncrowded nations

 


 

Bangladeshi Microcredit - System design valuing Keynes top 2 goals for economist - end poverty, communally invest in next gen jobs

Microeducationsummit: Why wasn't microcreditsummit designed as open university of these sorts of action learnings

Poorest Mothers Livelihood Development

Job-creating educational loan

Redesigned local value chain to sustain livelihood

Rural health service raising life expectancy reducing family size

Social network sharing vital knowledge actions

Banks surplus investment banking in next leapfrog:to sustain youth's futures

Grameen Housing

Grameen Phone

Grameen Energy

In addition BRAC was the educational and health serice architecture of the villages

Bangladesh became  first 100 million plus developing country to demonstrate that when less than 1% of people have landline phones, the national economy leaps forward if mobile access becomes universal starting with the poorest.

  

 

The Greatest Maths and Curricula Vitae  (Jobs) Crisis the world has ever seen 

Young professionals 25-35 can be the most educated, connected, colaborative and caring goals networkers any gerneration of humanity has been blesses to velebrate but not with the media and job-destruction models that big brother economists and bankers 

help

1) search out the hottest debates  eg discussion on where millennials linkin to action network what microcreditsummit refused to empower 

2) navigate the missing curriculum of  world record job creators and 2030now - invsting in milennaosla nd their goals in sustaining everyu community of our borderless planet 

where do you linkin tehse sorts of mediatoons - chris.macrae@yahoo,co.uk wash dc 301 881 1655 linkedin 


 

FREEING MARKETS FOR 21C  JOBS TRUSTS 

who's transforming which market sectors to help millennials sustain jobs worthy of life?-- rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk partner in publication of world record book of job creation

 Aid - Jim Kim, Millennials (professionals aged 25-35)and womens mepowerment networks of UN thanks to billion dollar transformation bequested by Ted Turner family

What is net generation's unique purpose see jim kim video and read hos notes Jim Kim2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.docon social movements and how much work it takes when a marlket's value chain is blocked by as many as 5 conflicts with what most people want all acting to make the market ever more costly 

Education - Maharishi Partners, Yazmi (and Negropronte), BRAC. CMS-Gandhi, Open Learning Campus - world bank, coursera, selected partners ,  khan academy, MIT Open Edu, thelearningweb.net NZ, Bridge Academy kenya - any by practice areas eg1 nearly free nusring college: khan, PIH, grameen eg 2 open tech wizzards - the multiple labs of MIT and Berners Lee, IHUB kenya, alumni of Jack Ma China ...  eg young (25-35) professionals networks - see eg listing at www.yunus.tv

Media - Yazmi satellites, Nanocredit partners mobile Wome4Empowerment, Fashion4Develeopment/SingforHope/GlobalPoverty Projects (NY); Youth Jobs Olympics- Atlanta2015 twin cities in most valuable 21st C event to host with youth, Africa24tv, Young Africa Society as model of all world bank regional millennial professionals, the 20 bottom-up multinational listing of Paul Polak

Mediation of public service- Ibrahim, Pope, YPA of world bank (7 oct 2014). solidarite models of lech walesa and open society East Europe

Banks- BRAC with its 3-in-one system of microcredit, urban regeneration banking, cashless banking and its knowhow sharing with gabv.org 

Health PIH, YPC Millenials and Value Chain transformation cases (eg HIV product innovation and commercialisation) 

Crop science Agriculture: food security - traditionally alumni of borlaug, nippon institute and BRAC ; recently disapora groups adopting eg the ethiopian model of blessed coffee shared at inaugural USADBC.org summit DC June 2014

Clean energy and celebration of races to zero footprint- the grameen/willaims solar-for-a billion energy model, china, alumni of ray anderson 

Investment models of pro-youth and netgen economics- see range of way above zero-sum models at www.trilliodollaraudit.com ask chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you need directions to who's transparently fast track networking which model -also see curriculum of george soros alumni of ineteconomics (NY and London) and open sociiety CEU Budapest

FREEING MARKETS FOR 21stC JOBS TRUSTS 

 

who's transforming which market sectors to help millennails sustain jobs worthy of life-- rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk partner in publication of world record book of job creation

 Aid - Jim Kim, Milennails and womens mepowerment networks of UN thanks to billion dollar transformation bequested by Ted Turner family

Education - Maharishi Partners, Yazmi (and Negropronte), BRAC. CMS-Gandhi, Open Learning Campus - world bank, coursera, selected partners ,  khan academy, MIT Open Edu, thelearningweb.net NZ, Bridge Academy kenya - any by practice areas eg1 nearly free nusring college: khan, PIH, grameen eg 2 open tech wizzards - the multiple labs of MIT and Berners Lee, IHUB kenya, alumni of Jack Ma China ...  eg young (25-35) professionals networks - see eg listing at www.yunus.tv

Changing the vlue chain of advertising - muhammad yunus 

Media - Yazmi satellites, Nanocredit partners mobile Wome4Empowerment, Fashion4Develeopment/SingforHope/GlobalPoverty Projects (NY); Youth Jobs Olympics- Atlanta2015 twin cities in most valuable 21st C event to host with youth, Africa24tv, Young Africa Society as model of all world bank regional millennial professionals, the 20 bottom-up multinational listing of Paul Polak

Mediation of public service- Ibrahim, Pope, YPA of world bank (7 oct 2014). solidarite models of lech walesa and open society East Europe

Banks- BRAC with its 3-in-one system of microcredit, urban regeneration banking, cashless banking and its knowhow sharing with gabv.org 

Health PIH, YPC Miellenials and Value Chain transformation cases (eg HIV product innovation and commercialisation) 

Crop science Agriculture: food security - traditionally alumni of borlaug, nippon institute and BRAC ; recently disapora groups adopting eg the ethiopian model of blessed coffee shared at inaugural USADBC.org summit DC June 2014

Clean energy and celebration of races to zero footprint- the grameen/willaims solar-for-a billion energy model, china, alumni of ray anderson 

Investment models of pro-youth and netgen economics- see range of way above zero-sum models at www.trilliodollaraudit.com ask chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if you need directions to who's transparently fast track networking which model -also see curriculum of george soros alumni of ineteconomics (NY and London) and open sociiety CEU Budapest

breaking news : If you are a member of our survey of millennials of #2030now or co-editing the world record book of job creators, we suggest these as first clicks isabella wm ‏@globalgrameen  17m

value chain transparency & transformation reference jim kim and open learning campus - docs.google.com/document/d/1df #africayf2014


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 43rd Entrepreneurial Revolution Youth Networks Celebration -thanks everyone chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk  Norman Macrae Foundation- Youth Capitalism Washington DC 1 301 881 1655

Youth and WorldViews of Norman Macrae 1972-2015

 

 ValueTrueCrises on NetGen Mediation 2015-2030Now (rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk to help with world reord book of job creation)

#2015now - invetsment needed so milenilas enjoy co-producing their greatest goals for human race

#2030now jim kim's mapping back deadline of social movements of net generation and toptal re-examination of value chains

#2025now irreversible timeline of net generation mapped by The Economist in 1984

#2018now -175th celebrtions of The Economist's mediation purspose

ValueTrue Context

Emerged from Emtrepreneurial Revolution dialogues hosted by my father from 1972 in The Economist. We had become involved in student experiments with early digital learning networks

Father designed ER curriculum around the greatest communications challenge ever impacting human being: satleitte telecomputing's death of cost of distance, need for borderless love of sustaining human race, potential to mobilise open source apps round life critical services, abundancy of how knowhow can multiply value in use through opposite auddting that industrial age' ownership and scarcities of consuming up things. He linked most joyful future history in to work with Japan since 1962 which value Eastern hemisphere livelihoods rising (1975-2075 The Economists' Asian Pacific Worldwide Youth Century). Technical issues included redesigning an world reserve curence around location of biggest populations to be become entrepreneurally free and happy (human intent of nationhood eg Declaration of Independence) 
 Pro-Youth Economics

Places can only sustain griowth if vapital strubtiores family savings to invest in next generation's livelhoods

Expoential analysis neeeds to be the focus

Mediation of milennials goals needs human consensus ahead of time; Those of edning hunger and capital abuse of youth which The Economist was foudned around to question biggest decisoon-makers during industrial revolution colud be useful; Keynes core system theiry- economists core problem is ending poverty; acadmeic economists pose gretest opprtunity and risk to youth as increasingly their rules dsign what futures spin

 Crises of Net Geretaion Mediation Anticpated

Need to ransform beyond social design errors that had compubded during west 3rd quarter of 20th century:

Governments had started taxing 15% of all people's outpouts to spend on arms; cold war's unintedned consequence was bipolar dictatorship sponsored in nations emerging as free from colonisation

Tv mass media had spiralled short-term soundbiting

Intergenetaional social designs ere compound wrong ways:

Externalising compound risks often in ways hidden from public understanding

Opposite macroeconomic patterning (eg national health sercices, education system designed for government not youth, bureaucrat's national unions) that next generation would be asked to bail out expoential disinvestment by elder generation

Which way forward:

map multi-win value excgange models- purpose freeing orldwide youth's most produtive, sustainable and openly colaborative time

atutomate zero-sum models, extraction and externalisation at boudaries with consequence of Orwelloina Big Brotherdom

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 Several generations of my family 3 2 1 have been concerned about mediating economics and open education- we value investing in next generation's livelihoods out of every community and wish to retire all economists and media men who devalue this. If our valuetrue goal -and its worldwide youth maps -  interests you please skype me at chrismacraedc or email me at chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk or phone me washington DC region 301 881 1655 so that we can share a guided tour round diaries of youth job creators- and how this defining social movement of the net generation wil become most valuable for capitals to co-host than the Olympics - with the most joyful launch yet known being Atlanta's 4000 youth accelerator Nov 2015 

netgen 64 trillion dollar challenge- can your capital twin with atlanta in linking youth jobs creating expo?


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recent questions (below) -general maps far right column

  • can unions win-win-win with other productivity and demand stakeholders of a value exchange

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Keynes died a very concerned man. His general theory had just proved that the world would increasingly be ruled by economics: sustainable exponentials up or crashing exponentials down? That is the forbidden question "springing" through every future that peoples' intergenerational savings can invest in.  Keynes implored his last alumni to take a hippocratic oath to help people prevent Orwell's big brother endgame. This paradigm kicks in all over the world as technology's moores law starts connecting the world exponentially faster. Ironically, this Death of Distance scenario started ticking on our net generation in 1984 -ie Orwell's only mistake was in timelining his warning one generation too early. Or was it a stroke of journalistic and mediation genius intended to give us the space of an extra generation to prepare ahead?  

As Gandhi and Einstein had prooftested- professional monopolies ruling over separation hypotheses crash into communities' greatest need for trust to flow. Top-down professionals compound compound an irresponsibility which  is rooted in the failure to integrate bottom-up contexts. Exponential impacts pose man's greatest whole truth risk because by definition an exponential's shape looks linear until it tipping point is breached. Gandhi called the empire's Raj professionals (including my grandfather whom it took 25 years to transform from Mumbai's chief justice whose duty it was to send Gandhi to prison to writer of the legalese of India's Indepndence) nice men who did not understand the details they were ruling over the faster the first half of the 20th century spun. 

http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/norman-macrae-books-surveys Punctuated by annual travels to other hemispheres, my father did the best he could to mediate Keynes concerns at his desk of The Economist in London St James between 1949 and 1988. It is abundantly clear from his history of surveys that we have not yet slayed the fatal conceit of macroeconomists. We do not trust youth enough to educate them to question those failing expoentials most likely to trap them. (Exceptions welcomed 1 2 3)

http://www.yclub100.com/ 2010s Last Call for Youth Productity all over a world of historically extractive boundaries

Our valuetrue optimism determines that if we collaboratively map how to integrate goodwill multpliers of microeconomic maps, we can make the 201Os youths most productive decade. That is the visible impact that entrepreneurial revolution of old 20th c organisational typologies needs now. The game is on to partner new media and youth's greatest goals in transforming around. World youth are invited to try that game out by making London Olympics the first not to be spun by advertising spots (which became the least economic way to communicate - let alone lead - exponential purpose.)

Microcredit's Treasury of Trust: Unlike the ratings agencies that made MBA mindsets and big banking unsustainable, there is a joy of microeconomics' search for leaders empowering net generation productivity. As of December 2012 this is stirring most energetically out of Brussels of all unexpected. http://www.erworld.tv/id105.html Have a look at some videos that tell courageous leadership stories in every way that ad spots can't. And please tell us where to linkin to more courageous leadership screenings.

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chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk wash dc 1-301 881 1655 welcomes queries on collaboration entrepreneur projects of Foundation Norman Macrae, The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant

Since 1984 http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html we have been helping entrepreneurial peoples and leaders rehearse Q& A on world's biggest maths mistakes - and why are all the world's largest global markets (banks, national social services, energy, education, healthcare ...) spinning destruction of youth's jobs and end of sustainable communities?

 for details on what purpose each global market could be designed round to maximse 2010s http://www.yclub100.com/ (a norman macrae foundation project) as youths most productive decade - go to discussions at trilliondollaraudit.com with further ersearch at http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/norman-macrae-books-surveys http://www.intangiblescrisis.com/ and http://www.goodwilleconomics.com/

 Please tell me (chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk) if you have a Q&A to list at our valuetrue.com web When did the greatest maths error start spinning viciously?Late 1980s as accountants started computerising numbers on the killer application of the spreadsheet, and entered a race to be the big 5 to do that all over the world. I was hired to be the global intangibles valuation expert in London branch of one of the Big 5 racers. I lost the battle on what goodwill could have been about  -exponentially how transparent a multi-win model is your organisation's purpose celebrating and passionately networking around? Who first knew of how much risk would be compounded by these errors?First some brand people did in early 1990s (eg see my contributions to death of brand manager written up in The Economist). Then some knowledge management gurus as all organisations went networked. By year 2000 the DC-based economics institute Brookings chaired a report on Unseen Wealth that included stockmarket regulators and most professions- its conclusion- without the missing audit the 21st C will compound greater and greater risks unseen. In 2001,  Bush's new administration stopped funding of this and other research of sustainability . And the EU stopped funding euintangibles.net in 2003- at that time the lead researcher said politicians don't think public care about this. It will take 3 European Enrons before they do. Well wasn't the subprime debacle the equivalent of at least 3 Enrons on every continent. I don't think the EU has fully grabbed the nettle yet but there are signs its ahead of other regions - see our chronicles at www.entrepreneurialunion.com  

Is there any nation whose entrepreneurial development over last 40 years hasn't been dominated by the spectre of globalising the greatest maths error? Yes up until end of 2010, Bangladesh's grassroots networks were designed microeconomically around the highest trust models ever seen - Yunus calls them Social Business Modeling. Because of these experiences Norman Macrae's last 2 articles in 2008 were written on why those wishing to empower net generation's productivity and most exciting goals can converge on www.ConsiderBangaladesh.com  to be as pivotal to open world trade as Japan in early 1960s. Issue 3 of JoSB was devoted to the 15 year knowledge networking celebrations inspired by Bangladeshi's village mothers' purpose -see the peoples network at microcreditsummit.org, with special thanks to Queen Sofia of Spain for her tireless support and empowerment of this millennium goals endeavour.


Are you interested in a presentation on the greatest maths error in the world? By Chris.Macrae@yahoo.co.uk valuetue.com, erworld.tv and archivist of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant and links person for Norman Macrae Family Foundation NMfound.com Washington DC hotline 301 881 1655 

The greatest maths error is the one that is destroying jobs of youth and sustainability of communities all over this start up of the global village century.

 

The mistake revolves round there being no recognised audit of how uniquely purposeful an organisation is. Now my livelihood model charges as near cost as I can to people who are passionate about systemic chartering unique purpose, and high fees to those who want presentations on greatest maths error but have no purposeful case to make core to the presentation. Equally I advise that the missing valuation methodology revolves around mediating conflict resolution

 

FREE MARKET & PURPOSE

I am talking about at least one service purpose of customers and society, other than extracting money from them. Please note that the culture of entrepreneurial revolution passed through many generations of my family is not the slightest bit interested in enterprises however social that can't demonstrate a positive cash flow model. Equally, please consider this : if your only purpose is to extract money- won't your customers ultimately find you and reduce your goodwill to nothing? Adam Smith actually defined a free market as one in which sufficient transparency and direct social action existed that ultimately customers would devalue purposeless organisations. One of NMFound.com's aims is to help peoples in each hemisphere publish journals (including JoSB - Journal of Social Business) that treasure and map this Smithsonian principle. Adam Smith scholars are linked in to this publishing library.

 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk wash dc 1-301 881 1655 welcomes queries on collaboration entrepreneur projects of Foundation Norman Macrae, The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant

welcome to valuetrue.com - help us co-edit chapter 3 of the book on pro-youth economics drawn from the archives of The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant

 

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also free special issue 3 : celebrating 15 years of microcreditsummit  

 

 

 

Maps Coming From Adam Smith’s DreamLand Going to?..

 

What we see in Bangladesh is the emergence of multi-win models that truly realise Adam Smith’s dream of (entrepreneurial economics) system for investing in next generation’s productivity out of every community

 
 

First Consider productivity inputs to a free  market's exchange of productivities and demands

*P1: Grameen and BRAC are designed round investing in peoples productive and lifelong learning curves

*P2: They  multiply  value of group productivity such as Grameen ‘s teams of 5, or hubs of 60

*P3 They are empowered by intrapreneurial leaders whose behaviours mimic the writings of The Economist’s Unacknowledged Giant in every way that knowledge networking leaders need to be different from the age of bossy masters of administration

*P4: Society’s resources are also maximized because that’s in the intergenerational culture of these organisations’ race to end poverty as specified by village mothers

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Next consider the multi-win design of the demand outputs

 

Workers or employers are energised by seeing real miracles on the ground happening

 

Customers are determining what better is in each of these community markets where all the actors can see each other

 

Perhaps the magic trick of the system design is that while positive cashflow is insisted on its all being invested back in the community because the owners are those in greatest need in the case of grameen and the ownership is in trust of ending poverty are the village level in BRAC

 

The demands of nature and other sustainability criteria are fully accounted for because when you are in are at the bottom (the rural village) you have no one else to externalize on and you can only make intergenerational progress if you are as smart as nature at boundaryless openness

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The overall multi-win model of value multiplication looks like this. (email chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk for picture ).And the impact metric you should be compounding into the future is shown on the right. Rising exponentials are interesting curves. They may take many years of development on the flat part until you start reaching a Moore’s law like doubling of achievement of your goal. Equally they have a flipside. Each component of the value multiplying model is its own micro exponential curve. And if one curve starts heading downwards all may crash. This si why advance conflict resolution and mapping transparency is needed.

 

This also suggest a second map that some call value chain modeling. When BRAC redesigned, for example, the total chicken market, it had to redesign at least 5 components parts that were not working together or previously handy been invented. Each needs to interface with each other as a win-win-win

 

We will find that both of the maps presented here are version 0. Part 2 of the Bangladeshi story that started compounding impacts from 1996 is what happens when telecoms and all sorts of media links into all the value exchange relationships!


 

Valuetrue mapping is based , like trignometry, on simple constructs -of value multiplication needed to sustain above zero-sum business and social models - that emerged from sources which include Norman Macrae’s Entrepreneurial Revolution trilogy that began as a survey in The Economist Xmas Day 1976. Norman’s intent was to clarify the world's future need to choose which of 2 opposite economics system rules to be spun round. Both alumni and heroes of Norman Macrae represent the microeconomic tradition begun by Scot Adam Smith from middle of 18h century, continued round Scot’s auld allies the French (eg JB Say) at the start of the 19th century and then journalized since 1843 in The Economist founded by James Wilson whose son-in-law Walter Bagehot as second editor changed the English constitution – and monarchy’s role – from head of empower to hub of commonwealth.
No amount of resources or data can be led intelligently if the wrong valuation assumptions are used. For example, the mindset of Andersen Accounting (once one of the Big 5) destroyed the whole firm's valuation for 2 interfacing reasons. First, Anderson assumed that its valuation was entirely dependent on business stakeholders- society could be serially abused on true and fair, and provided Business clients gained, fines for transgressions were just part of the cost of increasing Andersen's valuation. Second, by assuming future valuation adds across separate boxes instead of multiplying, Andersen could not imagine its future value multiplication: zero value to society * billions of value to business stakeholers means your worth trends exponentially down to 0*billions=0 instead of 0+billions = billions. Hundreds of Billion-dollar coreporations have zeroised themselves during 2000s through similary erroneous valuation and governance. More scarily whole nations have compounded social risk unseen. Clearly the economics of Nuclear is not what Japan's last quarter of century of assumptions compounded - heartfelt commiserations to my family's favourite innovation nation for much of the second half of the 20th C.   Skype chrismacraeDC if you urgently need to question value multiplication maps.

As an internationalist Scot, my dad www.worldeconomist.net  dedicated his lifetime to searching out which type of economics improved the human lot

The unacknowledged giant

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.can we navigate 2010s as most exciting decade to be alive?

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In the last third of his life, he increasingly considered Bangladesh as www.worldcitizen.tv offering the most exciting economics for the 2010s net generation's coming of age. He must be cheering from his grave that two thirds of US congress has fall 2010 come to this conclusion too. This nation new to the world as recently as 1971 celebrates grassroots entrepreneurial networks designed to exchange the greatest wishes humans are capable of. It mobilises this by bringing down degrees of separation in ways that are global village grounded collaboratively round life critical needs .

we are forming 100 new professionals -candidates for this network - please apply info@worldcitizen.tv  

Changing Economics (including banking) -keynes "only economics rules the world" - so which paradigm do hubs and you want to co-create 2010s globalisation with Micro-Up or Macro-Down 

 

Changing Global Accounting

*tangible mindset has misvalued goodwill exponentially devaluing trust and incresing risk

*people are booked in as costs to cut while over-investment in machines is rife

*separability mindset causes add to be used in spreadsheeting numbers to exclusion of multiply - eg this zeroised the worth of Big 5 accountant Andersen!

*all of above cause compound risk at boundaries just as networks make connectivity of systems critical SWOT of above zero sum knowledge working & global village age 

Changing Big Lawyers

*Lawyers make the cost of an industry sector admitting an error - even one where there was no knowledge at the time - prohibitive; so industry wrong turns are covered up and compound loss of sustainability onto society

*In US in particular boards can be sued if they do not make the most short-term profit extraction dcisions; this is mathematically the opposite logic to sustainability and investing in quality/innovation

*Businesses with big pockets tend to use lawyers to ensure inconvenient truth spins our world

*Lawyers often help the biggest subcontract out the industry's riskiest responsibilities resulting in lack of proper compensation or loss of fair trade

*However unknowingly lawyers' impact often destroys trust & transparency assumptions of Adam Smith's Free markets  

*The one side is wrong principle of law is not economic wherever mutual responsibility matters

*Law is a  game of ever more complex rules - families,  entrepreneurs, community commons lose by this bureaucracy

Changing Media & Education

Changing Risk Analysts Insurance

Changing what government rules over & what community sustains

Changing Capital Markets

Changing MBAs and zero-sum strategy mindsets

Youth and leaders who hub through valuetrue.com can join us in writing up -and open sourcing - the book of sustainabilility's exponential economics. This builds on dad’s 3 primary investigations at The Economist as journalist of entrepreneurs, asia pacific century 1976-2075 and how the internet can exponentially sustain a youthful world of peoples sans frontieres - one that integrates every community to thrive through diversity, job creation, productive happiness, freedom and optimism in what our next generations can achieve provided we do not let history's top-down mindsets rule us over-much. http://www.normanmacrae.com/netfuture.html
chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Washington DC bureau 1-301 881 1655 ; family foundations skype isabellawm


October 2010: Extract of 5th visit to Dhaka & Muhammad Yunus to discuss microeconomics people need for 2010s to be most exciting entrepreneurial decade - prior visits dr yunus: YunusUni & Youth Ambassador5000, 69th birthday wish dialogue, dvd10000 club, Yunus2050 bookclub
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.................................................. Productivity is generated by people. How human beings’ learning curves over time are actioned, the emotionally intelligent energy of the teams we serve, the communal networks of goodwill relationships we multiply, the purposeful systems empowered by organisations people want, global markets focused on safely mapping futures youth need investment in if a region is to develop, exponentially sustaining integration of the diversity of societies’ natural resources and community infrastructure. Economics can transparently map multi-wins between productive inputs and the demands people make : for jobs, as customers, investors, societies and future purposes that truly free global markets sustain.

 Economics determines whether the purposes of all professionals lead exponentially up through virtuous spiraling system designs or exponentially down  through viciously spiraling conflicted systems, We need to frame economics so that young people from 11 years up can participate in interacting the common sense world that is essential to sustaining our species. Before the net generation, civilisations that compound conflicts with nature’s pattern rules destructed regionally. As the 2010s make us worldwide peoples more connected than separated we can never again afford to compound such risks without the likelihood of planet-wide collapse. The good news and the bad news is the 2010s is the most exciting decade because by 2020 the economics that rules the world will be spinning  so fast that if we have chosen wrong pathways 7 billion people will not be sustainable, whereas if we have collaboratively mapped way above zero-sum games then the 21st C’s generations will enjoy the most productive time to be live 

Selection from the Global Grameen Partners log:

Changing Constitutions of Place

Place Leaders:

  • Queen Sofia, Spain 
  • Luxembourg Royal Family
  • Emperor family of Japan
  • Prince Charles - Green Projects
  • US Congress

Changing why people are world famous : Nobel Peace Prize

Changing Professions: Valuetrue.com JournalofSocialBusiness & TrillionDollarAudit.com

Grameen Corporate Partners: Intel. Danone, Credit Agricole, Veolia, Otto, BASF ... Uniglo ...

Grameen University Partners : HEC, Glasgow Uni, Glasgow Cal, Kyushu, AIT, CSUCI CA State 

Way above zero-sum Netizen innovations: DanoneCommunities.com SingForHope.org The-Hub.Net TheGreenChildren.org  

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Wholefoods CEO John Mackey asks the simplest question of Free Market economics- What is the Purpose of ..?
  What is Purpose of? .. .DEBT HELP FED

Banking?

Food Retailing?

Housing

Doctors

Teachers

Digital & Mobile

Energy

Lawyers & Pros

Government

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The Productivity of Purposeful Demands.

This phrase may not purr off the lips but if teenagers could test economics gurus and other powerful men on one forgotten intelligence, surely this would be it.

Sustainability of future generations depends on quizzing each other on this most basic of economics precepts

WHAT ARE PURPOSEFUL DEMANDS?

In any market, or any organisational system in a market, there are 5 main sources of demands - these integrate purpose's whole truth when they positively reinforce each other's compound interests in the future.

1 what local societies have right to demand - eg sustainabiliity

2 what (lifetime) workers demand for their families & communities as well as self

3 what customers demand

4 what current owners demand

5 what worldwide future generations can be expected to demand 


chris macrae , valuetrue hotline: Washington DC (1) 301 881 1655

All 7 billion people on this earth are united by a common system problem that needs resolving in 2010s if youth votes on sustainability goals http://202020.tv/  are to be achievable

 Economics rules the earth (keynes) But the current global economics rules are destroying the sustainbilty of more and more young people, families and communities  -re you a leader of Future Capitalism? 


ValueTrue solutions to the crisis of sustainability exponentials exist. They are not that difficult for networked communities to share using worldwide maps of  community-based solutions. This web invites you to help. Do so by open sourcing maps through your peer communities to communities im greatest need of knowing how to action sustainability services.  This is the most inspiring exercise in bringing down degrees of separation that we can imagine being played- and its a game that needs to welcome every age group and culture and segment of the world’s population

THEN Our 1984 scenario of an internetworking world  Changing communications, and what makes people distant, bossy, etc Changing national politics  Changing economics Changing employment Changing education

 – this is how dad at The Economist and I anticipated this problem in our 1984 on the exponential opportunities and threats of the being human in the First Net Generation to 2025

 

2010: WORLD CELEBRATES SUSTAINABILITY’S TIME IS NOW

Question this Catch 22 with all your being : going beyond everyone seeing such problems as wall’s street’s 2008 fall and the euro’s to-be-fatal collapse but getting all the professions that used the broken system economics to review what their hippocratic oaths need to change in their own work at the same time;  please tell us if your networks find any people who re becoming celebrated worldwide for empowering global villages and youth network debates of this challenge until globalisation’s 2000s professions are prepared to openly join in too

The two worldwide heroes for sustainability we have spotted are DR Muhammad Yunus and President Barack Obama

THOUGHTS & ACTIONS OF THE DECADE 2010s

President Obama newsletter distributed to online america 16 April 2010: We know that without enforceable, common sense rules to check abuse and protect families, markets are not truly free

Yunus : 2010s is most exciting decade to be alive; the 60s only had the race to the moon; thye 2010s has the race to sustainability of species and earth- denouement chapter of book Build Social Business May 2010 - join our 1000 bookclub of yunus at http://worldcitizen.tv/


Can you help provide Economics Labs? 1 2 3

 

1-2-3 What should people quiz economists on?

1 DONT ABUSE CUSTOMERS DEEPEST TRUSTS

I spent 15 years of my life using the first database software to analyse what customers and society wanted in thousands of markets and over 40 countries. It turns out that its useful to constantly doublecheck the integrity of what people don’t want as well as catering to positives. The two things that most destroy  consumers trust are:

 lack of safety - eg when I buy food for my children I don’t want it to make them unwell immediately or over the long term (eg the CEO of Whole Foods makes it clear that big USS foods processors have lost touch on this)   

being cheated – I want to deal with organisations that truly are improving on what their brand promises to focus on ( parents ask their children to progressively focus their  learning curve, why wouldn’t economists value organosations  similarly round rising exponentials?;  more specifically an organisation that is passionate about its unique purpose expects to improve at each cycle and to build lasting customer loyalty by sharing some of that value multiplying improvement either in improving quality or lowering cost

2 TRIANGULAR WIN-WIN-WIN MAPS OF RELATIONSHIP SYSTEMS

Three is the first magic number of system designs that sustain people relationships. In  2 person relationships, over time the chances are that one will become more successful or powerful than the other. And so the likelihood of disrespect increases. However in  triangularisation of relationships any such tendency by one can be moderated by the other two. We can use knowledge of this dynamic to quiz whether economists map  triangles of customers, employees and owners in the way they analyse purposeful demands. It turns out that what customers with greatest need of an organisation’s purpose want is related to what long-term investors should want. Looking over a generation’s timespan, Jim Collins has found organisational systems multiply 8 times more value for all, when purposeful metrics as well as cashflow metrics govern every decision and such goodwill flows through how co-workers share knowledge and behave. This analysis doesnt even count the organisations which multiplied so much customer or other distrust that they imploded. The employee enters into this triangle if you  have experienced a primary psychological finding in service markets : the customer can tell how a boss treats an employer from the way the employer treats the customer.  Customers are humans who empathise with employers who are motivated by communal pride and individual passion of the whole purpose of what is being organised

3 ARE ECONOMISTS FREE TO INTEGRATE THE BASIC NEEDS TRIANGLE : THAT THROUGH WHICH GLOBALISATION – AND PEOPLE - CAN SUSTAIN EVERY LOCALITY

Just like consumers dont want to buy things with unsafe impacts on their family, I cant remember meeting  a child or a woman who wants to buy things made by slave labour.  A global market isn’t free in the sense that economist Adam Smith defined it if it misinforms customers on any choice to do with whether the msking of the product destroyed peoples’ lives or unbalanced nature in a way that will compound the end of future generations locally or globally. Our species defining value has been grounded in investing in our children’s children. My father’s 1976 survey in The Economist pointed out that the mass of tv advertising and PR lobbying which has changed developed nations since the 1950s had already breached this fundamental economics and social truth. His recommendation was to search out more micro systems of analysis before the generation to 2025 rushed to be come more globally interconnected than locally separated through technology’s “death of distance” in which the cost of communications is no longer geographically determined . He also foresaw the 2010s as the most exciting decade where the economics of youth would be won or lost in the way we chose to globalise economics.

 Every 11 year old should be empowered to ask what  Keynes meant by saying increasingly economics rules everything. The way to ensure a globalisation that does not exponentially crash into all out childrens’ futures is to map valuetrue analysis at the level of every trillion dollar global market’s needs to be free. Trilliondollraudit.com . What’s cool about mapping purposeful demands of productivity systemically is the same logic of how trust multiplies through relationships applies to one organisational system as it does to  a network of systems and indeed to all the man made global markets; conversely it applies to communities or the most micro levels of productive and demanding value exchanges that you can practice as we all learn from each other’s millennium goals and sustainability’s most  human needs.

Nobel Dr Yunus invites Global Brand CEOs to form sustainability benchmarking club, Nov2009, Volksvagen Stadium

1976-1990: During the last 15 of my father Norman Macrae's 40 years writing at The Economist, he mapped in deep microeconomic detail why the net generation to 2024 would compound one of 2 opposite outcomes -ten times more or ten times less wealth and health to be shared by societies worldwide. If it is evident to you that Wall Street is compounding the long-term destruction scenario, then the good news is:

Nobel Laureate networks linked round Dr Yunus who are assembling universities and global corporate leaders in putting together the curriculum that frees every global market co comepound sustainable exponentials up instead of crashing down; citizens why not start up creative labs London LA Glasgow Berlin DC ...  to practice actioning the good news chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk
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I cant claim to have read every last word of adam smith but until some guru wants to publicly oppose this view

I thought free market meant openly celebrating the model of your cashflow's transparency

and so zero-conflict with sustaining all whose productive or demanding purpose a specific market connects

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On Planet Earth

There are 2 main types of living system designs- nature-made and human-made. Let us consider the latter. What map is common to all human systems be they global markets about 35 of the world’s 50 biggest economic systems), nation states (about 15 of the world’s biggest economic systems), organisations, communities, entrepreneurial teams and so forth. All of these systems can be mapped as value exchanges spinning round productive and demanding relationships gravitated by purpose whose value can multiply up or down .

 

Mathematically this means that if human beings want to develop over time - and not end up facing ever bigger serial meltdowns - then we urgently need to understand compound exponentials over time. By definition : any living system is spinning exponentially up or down. Because most of purpose’s quality of relationships between the different value multiplying coordinates of productivity and demand are already invested in the recent history of the system,-  the vector on the rising/falling pair of exponentials any system is spinning can be mapped with sufficient accuracy that no leader can make smart decisions spending peoples time or money without having the latest exponential update transparently to hand.

 

THE BIGGEST MATHS ERROR IN THE WORLD

Although Keynes is known for saying that increasingly only economics rules the world, the exponential system metrics we are talking about have become less and less visible since the world started globalising .  You can choose when to datestamp the start to what Soros calls the age of fallibility but 1984 is quite a suitable time reminding us both of Orwell’s scenario and the date when mangers started linking personal computers together with the spreadsheet pretty quickly becoming the killer application of  business’s globally networked brainpower. Today almost all of the world’s largest systems are ruled by the exact opposite maths of that microeconomically needed to sustain rising exponentials. When managers reward themselves for one side (the top-down) taking every quarter from every other coordinate of productivity and demand, then the trust and the goodwill in the system is bound to decay at exponentially crashing rates. The scary thing about exponential decay is it looks quite flat until it falls over a cliff (some call a tipping point) after whish complete implosion can happen very rapidly indeed. In fact, the dynamic of goodwill conflicts in a value exchange system resembles the expoentil rate that cancer invades the body

 

Think of any sustainability crisis (energy’s various dirty crises,  wall street and banking to trap main street in debt, greece and the imploding euro, dotcoms , job creation crises , the exponentially rising cost of healthcare...) that bothers you in the world today. It is possible to find misanalysed exponentials as the root cause of all such crises. Worse the more systems interconnect in the networked world we are accelerating, the more healthy systems can be brought down by one weakest system link in their network.

 

Back in 1984 we forecast the denoument to whether globalisation would win-win-win for sustainability of  humanity or lose-lose-lose would happen in the 2010s. After this, any crashing exponential consequences for future generations will be irreversible worldwide. Even if our timelining, which is not an exact science is a few years out _ aren’t the stakes big enough that young people , communities, and cultures around the world should be free to debate this crisis of compound opportunity and threat? Mathematically there are solutions, but only one nation’s DNA has practised them since infancy. Any sustainability capital will need to twin with dhaka microeconomists to be just in time. We should applaud President Obama’s inaugural entrepreneurship summit in May 2010 for leaping as far as any western leader in a single summit can towards such microeconomics centre of gravity.

 

But lets get to the nub of the fallibility crisis,-one which is a global rerun of what Gandhi-Einstein-Montessori collaborated to resolve in freeing India’s productive people from empiredom. To understand the crisis moment of opportunity we ll find ourselves in,  will require peoples everywhere demanding that every global profession to unlern at least one conventional wisdom which turns out to be its biggest conventional blunders- something that my have been perfectly right to rule over in some historic time but which is now a greatest wrong we could globally impose. Unlike the past, the future needs to map how to empower a generation of collaborative innovation so that way above zero-sum business models can blossom in communities around you –that is if sustainability will be the games our human race plays.  

   

ECONOMICS IN 2010s – TO BE JOYFUL OR DISMAL

 

THE MOST SCARY PROFESSION

 

Increasingly only economics rule the world. As a mathematician, these words attributed to keynes, scare me like no other statement. What do we think they mean?

?That nations from greece in  2010 to Scotland around 1700 ceased to exist s independent democracies if the wrong sort of economics rules the world.

?That our greatest risk as man designs systems with a global scale on a par with nature herself is that that these largest system will be among the most irresponsible instead of responsible. There is no evidence I can find as we start the 2010s that global markets are currently governed to transparently value sustainability, what Gandhi, Churchill and Gore called governing whole truth not just inconvenient truth.

?That the purpose and hippocratic oath of economists needs to be understood not just by economists but  cross-section of every age group and culture.

 

RECOMMENDATION ON THE PURPOSE OF ECONOMICS

 My recommendation that the hippocratic oath of economists is to empower the public to see the choice between 2 different ruling systems – those that exponentially compound sustainability, and those that exponentially destruct it.
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1 Value the source- My dad -Norman Macrae - who wrote about entrepreneurship throughout his career at The Economist seconds Dr Yunus' definition - Entrepreneur is one who makes more jobs than (s)he takes.

In fact dad says the French "between take" refers to the social maps of liberte egalite and fraternite that public servants started making after guillotining the heads of royalty for monopolising all the people's assets. The Americans being patient people drawn originally from such sources as Europe's poorest and most enrepreneurial; - in spite of It Takes a Pillage reckoning that the bailout has so far funded new york's top-down gamblers with another 20 trillion dollars
Bastille-type bloodbaths are not needed to deal with Wall Steet
IF yes we can celebrate 2010s as the Joy of Life decade with open systems mapping  with transparency, joy of purposeful win-win-win organisations and sustainability exponentials up. These can be speedily, wholly and truly interconnected worldwide instead of the decade of exponential crashes that false metrics and inconvenient truth media have made the hallmark of the 00s.
Now admitedly the editors of this web are impudent scots who know what hi-trust assumptions were made in the origin of Adam Smith's Free Market models , and have read James Wilson's social impact reasoning for starting up The Economist in 1843. Dear James died in calcutta before his time trying to reform the english's colonial macroeconomics, of diarrhea whose cure bangladesh invented for a cent a go in the 1960s and whose open source replication was one of the 1970's reasons for the world's greatest invention - what the microentrepreneurial world now celebrates as collaborative social business system modeling.
If you have questions on true sustainability investment models we would refer you to Dhaka -Grameen Webs 1 2 3 ; BRAC webs 1 as the epicentre of such nobel endeavours where development is defined as the instrments as process whereby people strive for peace and prospertity. Failing that I am at Washington DC tel 301 881 1655 chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk ; friends of Yunus 69th birthday dialogue celebrations in Dhaka include in London: mostofa  YForums; Sofia Creative ; Paul BBC; in my view the greatest worlodwide Nobel champion of Dr Y is sam in Princeton; my professional side is extremely interesed in brand leader CEOs as you can see from stories below which is a club that volksvagen are launching in november from their stadium in wolfsburg thanks to german friends of dr yunus http://www.grameencl.com/if you believe you are one of the world's joyous supporters of Bangaldeshi sustainability lnvestment,
tell us info @worldcitizen.tv your story and the ones with demonstrable case bookmarks we will blog below   ..
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yes we can use technology for sustainability

no 2010s millennium goals can't be met - nor a sustainable global -with wall street's short-term rewards and diabolical macroeconomic monopoly that shreds the 3 core system qualities of value multiplication 1 goodwill's trust-flows, 2 transparency and 3 compound whole truths. Which university business schools will contribute to missing curriculum of compound sustainability

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Nobel 2006 - yes sustainability investment maps in business do exist- Bangladesh has co-created these since our nation's birth; I invite every young person to try social business model so they know the leadership choice they mediate in 2010s

   

because of the social business model Grameen invests in more solar unit installation than all of usa banking- we have to value this ; bangladesh will be the first 100 million population to be washed away unless the world collaborates in ending climate crisis- thriving carbon negative economies are possible - come benchmark with dhaka a world epicentre of sustainability

 because we are a bank for the poorest dont under-estimate what we invest the poorest's monies in - bangladesh's partners aim to be as much a world leader of mobiles as bangalore was with the internet http://www.grameensolutions.com/ http://bankabillion.org/ - we invite all micro economists to join us in the net generation's race to end poverty and co-create 7 billion jobs worthy of lifetime amd community service  
 

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Wealth opportunities for Poor – banks, centre-markets, knitwear, employment agencies, vocational grants, schools

 

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Prince Albert –Monaco FundObama- NobelNobel & Nike Foundation (Grameen Nurse Institute)Microcredit & Microcreditsummit.org &Microenergycredits.com LKJamii Bora & Jameel
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I wish to compete and collaborate with Dr Yunus in job creation's human race - at alibaba and on behalf of chinese technologists for the peoples - we pledge creating 100 million microentrepreneurial jobs is possible through 2010s

if your leadesrhip systems serves customers and employees then you compound great returns for shareholders too - no company with a sustainable future needs speculator shareholders; wherever speculators rule, macroeconomics becomes (is sponsor of) the Big Brother theory of how to become ever less economic- isn't that the main action learning of the 2000s? 

More good news on 5 transparencies of sustainability - media, financial, ecological, business school and job creation

FIFA & Visa announce financial football- a web-based game to teach 20 million financial literacy

Grameen Bank's solar energy business which already installs more units than USA announces training partnership with government to take thriving catbon negative economy nationwide

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We are all sustainability investors in our futures which, wherever man designs systems, can only spin one of two opposite trajectories: exponential up (sustainability), exponential down (uncreative destruction). In the 1970s, Bangladesh planted seeds that have made this new nation the millennium benchmark of sustainability investors for all 203 nations on earth.

This extraordinary circumstance developed because almost the whole female population simultaneously voted for designing banks that invested in their family’s health and their childrens’ futures. It was everyone’s good fortune that two of the world’s greatest entrepreneurs chose to spend their lives as open source leaders and in the process co-created the world’s greatest system invention designed around the female vision and mission.

The triangle on which their sustainability business model –today called social business entrepreneurship - is anchored comprises:

1 before we can invest we must know why conflict is still compounding poverty and innovate a solution to end this. We got the shortest straw from independence from the colonial British being decimated in a war with West Pakistan but that’s history, we have the future opportunity to design our freedoms, joy and independence ; we live in a region where natural disasters happen frequently and on a bigger scale than almost anywhere else and we must communally invest ahead of this; almost half of our population are treated from birth as if they have no productive contribution to make to life – yes we can change the way women are credited as the most organized and truly productive empowerment force man has ever seen.

2 Our sustainability investment banking must be operated communally with the greatest tranapsarency as we strive to identify replicable franchises designed around positive cashflows

3 All of the surplus will be reinvested in the long-term purposes of our female sustainability investors matching the vision and mission above

Intriguingly, the two entrepreneurial leaders who have generated Bangladesh as the joyful sustainability epicentre of our times governed with the same wholly new system design of reinvesting entirely in life critical and developing purposes, but first applied it in differently segmented ways. Today, each can claim to represent over 8 million female investors in Bangladesh, all of whom have built their family’s lives by co-creating microentrepreneurial jobs as well as thriving and sustainable local rural markets. Worldwide diffusion of this system’s entrepreneurial revolution in sustainability banking worlds took less than a decade for the microcreditsummit born 1997 – as the most extraordinary networking paradigm of the millennium  – to reach 100 million poorest families.

Nobel Peace Laureate Dr Muhammad Yunus took an approach of let’s invest in 60 people communities at a time, Fazle Abed, probably the only world leader to have youthfully experiences as a Batchelor in shipbuilding and a Master in accounting and a corporate directorship in energy, redesigned whole industry sectors from the bottom up so that every worker in the sector gained a living wage if they entrepreneurially took out a loan to participate in the way the whole supply and demand chain mapped sustainability. These were naturally different starting points.  

Dr Yunus’ organisational teams had started up among the women of Jobra as nearest village to Chittagong University. Fazle Abed had begun with disaster relief webbed across whole regions and soon distribution across the whole of rural Bangladesh of the lowest cost medical cure ever- oral rehydration- whose solution revolves round local parental knowledge of how to mix sugars and salts and liquid in the right proportion so as to save up to 20% of all Bangladeshi infants from dying of diarrhea.

Over time the distinction between these approaches has blurred – especially since 1996 as both Grameen and BRAC invested their members money in mobile and internet infrastructure innovations for the poor. The good news for global villages and world citizens is that Bangladesh is now a living laboratory of where  the world’s greatest system invention has been invested in relentlessly –and with a joy of life - for over a third of a century.

India’s Gandhi Peace Prize 2000

Citation : Grameen Bank, Bangladesh

There are few institutions that inspire faith in humanity, live with a soul committed to fighting the inroads of global homogenization, seek to provide succor to the deprived yet diligent common people and prove that unity can work miracles even in an age of growing individualism. The Gandhi Peace prize 2000 is being awarded to one such institution which has been helping the marginalized masses to reject charity and to master their own destiny instead. It has been helping them tap their innate capabilities of entrepreneurship, thereby bringing them hope confidence and cheer. Here is a sorority of perseverance and service that promotes dignity and adherence to truth. Here is development which enabled millions of women from poor households to acquire a new meaning in life. Here is development with a human face which is not populist but people-centred and which promotes self-help and self-respect, values dear to Mahatma Gandhi

It’s not only developing countries that can action learn from the Gandhian whole truth grail of Satyagraha and micro up entrepreneurship but every community around the world whose sustainability is in crisis. Its not just elders that can seize the exponential tiger of opportunity and threat as we mediate local societies and global markets free to be sustainable, its up to how youth’s curiosity and love of exploring human good choose to socially business network.

MAPPPING HOW 10 TIMES MORE ECONOMIC IS ENTREPRENEURIALLY SYSTEMISED MICRO UP

The former first lady of South Africa called Dhaka the open university of microcredit – the banking model based on the sustainability’s truest system design. I slightly disagree because as I map it:  Dhaka is now en route to every sustainability city for every sector that contributes communally to human progress not just banking – vital though that sector is to Global Village and Main Street. Bangladesh is the open university of every life enhancing market sector that empowering micro up can develop 10 times more economically over time than controlling macro down. At inauguration’s prime time media opportunities, it is worth noting that Obama’s priority list of American sectors that need to innovatively transform to micro up empowerment include education, healthcare, energy and banking. The exponential costs of all four have been rising for decades to the state that they can neither be sustained communally nor sustain communities whatever party congresses over them.

It may be exciting for world citizens to see that in Dhaka’s leading universities, Bangladesh framework for development economics is defined as the study of the instruments and process through which people strive for peace and prosperity. This is a curriculum which grades of every age and culture need open access to if we are to make the defining achievement of our net generation the united race to end poverty.

Can we simply see the stakes of innovation have never been higher for planet, societies and business leaders including their economists? Can we agree that is why being alive today demands the optimism of celebrating the most exciting and the most responsible time to have lived on earth?

As was exponentially forecast by leading entrepreneurial revolutionaries and microeconomic networks connected to The Economists in the 1970s and 1980s, if we integrate globalization round the system innovation of end poverty we will integrate 10 times more economical approaches to sustaining health and wealth everywhere by 2025. Conversely globalisation can spin exponential destruction - the Orwellian Big Brother way ahead - ending the sustainability of more and more communities through macroeconomic frameworks, whose mass mediated political chicanery of ever less than whole truths, will measurably compound 10 times less economic futures.

The future option of accessing the world’s greatest invention thanks to Bangladesh’s due diligence is now everywhere that networked peoples exist, and I passionately ask you to consider why lurking for humanity in the 2010s would be the most dismal choice of all human history, and is mathematically likely to turn out to be an exit strategy for our species.

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Noble Laureate Muhammad Yunus  and www partners of Grameen youth investment banking launch youtube competition -what would purpose of youth's favorite free online university be?

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help background research - which places have a 12 minute curriculum for millions of youth to share  on increasing good jobs everywhere

4 NATIONS THAT CAN LEAD YOUTH WWW TO SUSTAINABILITY

China 11)

USA (10)

Japan

Brazil 9

EUROZONE IN GREATEST DANGER OF LOST GENERATION

UK8

France

Germany (3.0-5)

Spain

Italy

Netherlands

Belgium

Luxembourg

Switzerland

Norway

sweden

finland

denmark

Russia (2.8-6)

Poland

Czechoslavakia

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9:27 am edt 

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

tales of 2 economics

UP Micro

DOWN Macro

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Upmicro maps how to design value multiplying exchanges which are 10-win, or when networks connect pairs of systems 100-win. It models expoentials - to hep leder know what future they are spinning up (tensely purposeful but not conflicted) or down (multiplying conflicts with true purspoe). Micro designs are always very simple to map but very contextually detailed. The accounting professionals we are looking to join us need to agree that global accounting has made stupendous 2 errors on goodwill; it adds things up insted of multiplying - eg andersen had billions of business value but destoyed its trusr with society to zero value; consequence it becme worth billions*0=0 not what andersen's managers assumed billions+0=billions; also global accountants still impose an industrial valuation mindset- machines can be booked in as investments whereas people are always costs to cut. When these 2 details are compounded quarter after quarter into one single spredseeted number- people forget wht the number represents. In this way Global accountnts have destroyed at least 100 multibillion corporations in 2000s by rewarding managers to chase numbers that were not the exponential truth. This was foreseen as  crisis in the year 2000 book Unseen Wealth.

How could any common sense person call what wall street macroeconomics did with subprime housing investments "economical". In fact, my dad's last article suggests that it was so costly that unless we learn the right microeconomic lessons we will have chained a generation of US youth to depression and debt. I find the following books extremely scary as they explain how mnay of orwell's big brothers re already chaining us all with macroeconomics (which as early as 1984 dad was writing up at his desk at The Economist as mostly disgraceful political chicanery)

It takes a pillage, Naomi Prins - the story of Goldmn Scahs

Too Big to  Save by Robert Pozen

Crisis by Design by JOhn Wolfe  

Economics for youth & future

Economics for old & past

Economics for the small and growing

Economics for the big and decaying

Economics for compounding zero conflicts : win-win-wins

Economics compounding conflicts so that one most powerful groups extracts from all others every cycle : lose-lose-lose

Economics for investing in life critical needs of babies, families, communities

Economics that cannot see such small systems as children or individuals’ productive learning curves

Economics for discovering the creativity born inside every person and education that empower all people to create jobs

Economics where most people never discover their greatest creative flows and are failed by over-standardised examinations

Economics where media heroises those who achieve the greatest improvements in the human lot

Media that images over reality and which heroises players of spectator sports

 Whole truth celebrting the most purposeful organisations and networks humans can design Inconvenient truth thst traps more and more people in organsations that are not measured in a grounded way to live unique purpose, other than that of rewarding a few speculators at everyone else's increasing cost 
10:26 am edt 

possible microprofessionals - Bill Sorms NY
BIll Sorms is a professional who has come over to the peoples side- well practised in all the derivative maths wall street firms used to hire him for

Risk management needs to be understood in the context of what an organization is trying to achieve rather than what it wants to avoid. This blog explores the difference between risk management and compliance and the principles of managing strategy rather than fear.

Friday, October 15, 2010

The Means of Exchange

The past several weeks have seen new revelations about the complexity of the mortgage industry and the astonishing level of sloppy work done to document that complexity. We are on the verge of massive lawsuits and a good deal of wailing and gnashing of teeth on the part of the banks that issued the loans and the entities that processed, repackaged and sold them as securities. According to William D. Cohan’s piece in the New York Times the banks not only knew about the problem, they hired a company to tell them all about it and then apparently ignored their report.


This is but the latest revelation in the unwinding of our monetary system. It is a symptom of a fundamental underlying problem. Much of the debate has been and is seems will continue to be whether or not we should ignore moral hazard or root out and punish the greedy. Viewed in terms of the current argument, there doesn’t seem to be a solution. People are living in houses that they couldn’t afford and now are worth less than the debt that encumbers them. Banks extended loans with the knowledge they were unlikely to be paid and then failed to comply with the legal requirements which simply mirror the complexity of the securities that were created. A fine mess.

Last night a nameless spokesperson for the Bank of America insisted that even if the bank hadn’t obeyed the law, the underlying facts were accurate. In other words, people had taken out mortgages, weren’t paying and should lose their homes. As the AG’s of forty states join together to halt foreclosures and the debate rages about what should be done we will not doubt hear more of the same. But the laws were written so that the banks could resell, package and securitize the mortgages. Which set of rules should apply? Eventually we will reach a compromise on this issue. People can’t own homes for free and banks can’t decide which part of the law they want to obey. But even as we develop a solution that no one will like we will not have addressed the core issue.

For the last thousand years we have had a debt based monetary system in one form or another. Where money comes from remains a mystery to most people. We teach very little about how our economy works and how we get money into that economic system in our public and private schools – even at the high school level. When people do educate themselves it seems that many of them feel compelled to write about what they have learned in capital letters on the Internet. It’s difficult to have a dispassionate discussion about money when more and more people don’t have any, but we really don’t have much choice in the matter.

It is not new that we have very large issues that we choose not to address. As anyone who has lived through a failed marriage knows, ignoring problems doesn’t make them go away – they simply get bigger. That’s what is happening now. The drive to address the demands of interest on the debt exploits a human trait that we call greed – not the other way around. Those who insist that our solutions lie in the thoughts of the 18th century minds who created the US Constitution, brilliant though they may have been, are missing the point.

Money is a means of exchange. It is developed as cultures become more complex. Accumulating money gives individuals and organizations power, but only up to a point. In the past, disproportionate accumulation has met with societal resistance sometimes manifesting in revolution. An increasingly vocal minority seem to be insisting that we are at this point again. But returning to simpler times is not really a viable solution. We are hopelessly interconnected (or perhaps hopefully) with each other across national borders. We have to begin to discuss and address the issue of money, interest and debt. It could be argued that the current debt-based system has served us well and perhaps, on balance, it has. But nothing is forever and it would be useful if we began to think about whether the level of complexity in our means of exchange can reasonably be expected to serve us in the future.
5:51 am edt 

possible micro100 professionals - rick wartzman

the intent of this knowledge sharing model of Drucker Institute seems interesting though I have not had  a full working through with it in practice; occasionally chat with rick wartzman head of drucker institute (himself the host of  yunus event book 1 in LA)


i wonder if it has analogy for social business toolkit ... perhaps we need to try and engage him further down the road when SB (or microcredit) toolkits are being developed at hubs or through other networks that aim to open source economics for youth


chris

www.valuetrue.com

--- On Tue, 19/10/10, The Drucker Institute <thedx@druckerinstitute.com> wrote:


From: The Drucker Institute <thedx@druckerinstitute.com>
Subject: Announcing: the Drucker Exchange
To: chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
Date: Tuesday, 19 October, 2010, 22:49

The Drucker Exchange

Dear friend,

What's new?

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The Drucker Exchange (the Dx) replaces our old platform, Drucker Apps. In its new format, the Dx will feature shorter and more frequent postings covering a wider variety of topics—though each will still be viewed through the work of Peter Drucker, the father of modern management.

Why?

Phalana Tiller, the Drucker Institute’s communications manager, noted that Drucker Apps has been very popular, with more than 36,000 hits over the last six months. But the bulk of reader engagement has come whenever a new topic has been posted. Interest has trailed off on subsequent days, even though the Institute has been adding interviews with outside experts and other resources on the subject at hand.

“As we’ve measured our results -- just as Drucker would have insisted we do -- it’s become clear that in social media, a conversation that’s tied to what’s happening in the news needs to move faster,” Tiller said. “We can’t stay on a single subject for as long as we have.”

What else?

We are still intent on maintaining the depth of information that comes from interviews with scholars and executives who are wrestling with the kinds of big issues that Peter Drucker addressed. With that in mind, we are now developing a radio show that will lend itself more naturally to a longer interview format.

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5:37 am edt 

Sunday, October 25, 2009

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Rule 1 of 3 of Bangladeshi Social Business - the model that proven over 33 years to resolve sustainability crisises and end poverty is very simple. Namely: the ownership of the system should be by or in trust of those whom have the deepest need of the system's unique purpose.

This rule has been broken so often in the case of microfinance that Muhammad Yunus wrote his end of 2007 book on "creating a world without poverty - the social business model" explicitly to ensure no ambiguity among any who claim to be practitioners of Bangladeshi microcredit or micro anything. His chapter 1 explains very clearly that the West has not been making significant inroads into ending the most extreme poverty because there is literally no organisational system typology designed wholly to this purpose. Putting ownership communally into the poorest customers hands - as Grameen did at time of constitution by Bangladeshi law in 1983 - is in effect what makes social business models capable of generating sustainability world's greatest inventions,  -achieving the most heroic goals of any systems designed by humans.   
6:58 pm edt 

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This is Rule 2 of 3 of social business - the only proven system design to sustain communities and the world

before mapping segmentations transparency integrates as many as 10 sources of flow into a productive and demanding value exchange - some may be implicit - for example even if a country's government has no laws pricing unsustainable use of a local resource, that would impoverish the local society over time so social business models as defined since the 1970s in Bangladesh must not cut sustainability corners of an ecological kind;

I have never seen a transparent exchange where one or more parties are only there to take out money as fast as possible; in fact such speculators pose the most conflict to long-term investment ownership in ordinary busienss models- in the social business model where the owner and the customer/society in deepest need of the organisational purpose are coincident, it clearly would destroy communal transparency and purpose if any participant was only there for the money


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6:34 pm edt 

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Rule 3 of 3 of social business - the only proven system design to sustain communities and the world - is: design an organisational system to cycle positive cashflow in robustly mapped way -where the model has proven its sustainability in terms of mulltiplying the trust of every participant so that it makes more than it costs - then always reinvest all of the surplus in the system's purpose 

This rule enables social business to compound extraordinary goals over time ; as a family of journalists with over 60 years of cataloguing entrepreneur cases, we do not accept that the word entrepreneur was coined to apply to someone who doesn't have system design understanding of the cost model and/or hasn't had the creativity and determination to demonstrate where the model is going to gain more cash incoming each cycle than outgoing. Unlike charity models which often have to put their most experienced people on eternal fundraising, a well designed social business model frees up the most experienced people to improve its purpose or replicate is reach

By putting its profit back in its communal purpose a social business mdoel never runs the risk that it will be used to extract out of the community the productivity or othyer energies that were communaly input. Ruke 3 ensures empowerment not piwering over, it integrates localities sustainably int a global rather than some group playing at global colonialists 

6:12 pm edt 

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Sep 27 2009

Bangladesh Bank Governor Dr Atiur Rahman has gone few steps forward on his endeavour to make banking sector more pro-poor as he highly criticised the country's banks and financial institutions for their lukewarm approach to the poorer section of the society.


The governor in his keynote speech at a seminar, held in the Kenya's capital Nairobi last week, shared his views on the 'banking for poor issue' with a distinguished global audience when he admitted that his own country was lagging behind in providing poorer people with basic banking and financial services.

Dr Atiur, chief of the country's banking and financial sector's watchdog, said the banks and other financial institutions in Bangladesh had been depriving poor people of basic financial services, keeping them trapped in a poverty cycle.

"Despite substantial bank branch expansion and emergence of micro-finance institutions, scant access to basic financial services still remains a deprivation suffered by large segments of the poorer rural and urban population in Bangladesh, more hurtful than other deprivations in restricting opportunities of freeing themselves from the poverty trap", he observed.

He found that the expansion of rural branches of banks and promotion of co-operative societies benefited only the better off rural elite, when the broad masses of illiterate, innumerate rural poor remained out of financial services.

"The co-operatives tended to fall prey to 'elite capture' by powerful local groups uninterested in diluting control by enrolling poorer masses in large numbers. Rural branches of banks focused mainly on crop loans to farmers, their lending models were not geared towards reaching out to the poorer landless illiterate unable to handle the paperwork involved in bank borrowing," said Dr Atiur.

The governor, however, cited the Grameen Bank's micro-finance as a tool in extending credit services to the rural poor, but he said the financial coverage was still incomplete, with gaps both at the lowest end and at some patches up the income ladder.

Dr Atiur, who has already initiated a vigorous approach to make banking services available to the deprived people, said financial inclusion of the important segment of the society would result in more equitable economic growth.

The central bank, under his leadership, has already allocated Taka 11,500 crore for farm sector and another Taka 500 crore for the sharecroppers, who had never been offered such financial facility from the traditional banking sector.

The disbursement of the huge soft loan to sharecroppers will begin next month, bringing in a large number of people under the necessary banking services for the first time in the country's history.

Thousands of farmers will also start getting easy loan in October from the country's highest ever allocation of Taka 11,500 crore to revamp agri- sector aimed at achieving food security.

But still, Dr Atiur feels the necessity for certain rules and regulations for ensuring banking services to the poor people, who in fact, represent the majority of the population.

Dr Atiur apparently advocated precise policy measures to ensure poor people's access to the basic financial services. He referred to the existing rules and regulations in the United States and the United Kingdom to strengthen his gesture.

"Basic financial services including deposit, payments and credit services are recognised as entitlements of all citizens; particularly in advanced economies [US has a federal law prohibiting discrimination by banks against lower income neighbourhoods, and some state laws requiring banks to offer basic accounts for low cost banking services, UK have government programmes promoting financial inclusion], the governor noted.

Article cited from: http://nation.ittefaq.com/issues/2009/09/20/news0805.htm

http://www.muhammadyunus.org/In-the-Media/poor-people-deprived-of-banking-servicesatiur/

Sep 27 2009

Bangladesh Bank Governor Dr Atiur Rahman has gone few steps forward on his endeavour to make banking sector more pro-poor as he highly criticised the country's banks and financial institutions for their lukewarm approach to the poorer section of the society.


The governor in his keynote speech at a seminar, held in the Kenya's capital Nairobi last week, shared his views on the 'banking for poor issue' with a distinguished global audience when he admitted that his own country was lagging behind in providing poorer people with basic banking and financial services.

Dr Atiur, chief of the country's banking and financial sector's watchdog, said the banks and other financial institutions in Bangladesh had been depriving poor people of basic financial services, keeping them trapped in a poverty cycle.

"Despite substantial bank branch expansion and emergence of micro-finance institutions, scant access to basic financial services still remains a deprivation suffered by large segments of the poorer rural and urban population in Bangladesh, more hurtful than other deprivations in restricting opportunities of freeing themselves from the poverty trap", he observed.

He found that the expansion of rural branches of banks and promotion of co-operative societies benefited only the better off rural elite, when the broad masses of illiterate, innumerate rural poor remained out of financial services.

"The co-operatives tended to fall prey to 'elite capture' by powerful local groups uninterested in diluting control by enrolling poorer masses in large numbers. Rural branches of banks focused mainly on crop loans to farmers, their lending models were not geared towards reaching out to the poorer landless illiterate unable to handle the paperwork involved in bank borrowing," said Dr Atiur.

The governor, however, cited the Grameen Bank's micro-finance as a tool in extending credit services to the rural poor, but he said the financial coverage was still incomplete, with gaps both at the lowest end and at some patches up the income ladder.

Dr Atiur, who has already initiated a vigorous approach to make banking services available to the deprived people, said financial inclusion of the important segment of the society would result in more equitable economic growth.

The central bank, under his leadership, has already allocated Taka 11,500 crore for farm sector and another Taka 500 crore for the sharecroppers, who had never been offered such financial facility from the traditional banking sector.

The disbursement of the huge soft loan to sharecroppers will begin next month, bringing in a large number of people under the necessary banking services for the first time in the country's history.

Thousands of farmers will also start getting easy loan in October from the country's highest ever allocation of Taka 11,500 crore to revamp agri- sector aimed at achieving food security.

But still, Dr Atiur feels the necessity for certain rules and regulations for ensuring banking services to the poor people, who in fact, represent the majority of the population.

Dr Atiur apparently advocated precise policy measures to ensure poor people's access to the basic financial services. He referred to the existing rules and regulations in the United States and the United Kingdom to strengthen his gesture.

"Basic financial services including deposit, payments and credit services are recognised as entitlements of all citizens; particularly in advanced economies [US has a federal law prohibiting discrimination by banks against lower income neighbourhoods, and some state laws requiring banks to offer basic accounts for low cost banking services, UK have government programmes promoting financial inclusion], the governor noted.

Article cited from: http://nation.ittefaq.com/issues/2009/09/20/news0805.htm

Sep 27 2009

Bangladesh Bank Governor Dr Atiur Rahman has gone few steps forward on his endeavour to make banking sector more pro-poor as he highly criticised the country's banks and financial institutions for their lukewarm approach to the poorer section of the society.


The governor in his keynote speech at a seminar, held in the Kenya's capital Nairobi last week, shared his views on the 'banking for poor issue' with a distinguished global audience when he admitted that his own country was lagging behind in providing poorer people with basic banking and financial services.

Dr Atiur, chief of the country's banking and financial sector's watchdog, said the banks and other financial institutions in Bangladesh had been depriving poor people of basic financial services, keeping them trapped in a poverty cycle.

"Despite substantial bank branch expansion and emergence of micro-finance institutions, scant access to basic financial services still remains a deprivation suffered by large segments of the poorer rural and urban population in Bangladesh, more hurtful than other deprivations in restricting opportunities of freeing themselves from the poverty trap", he observed.

He found that the expansion of rural branches of banks and promotion of co-operative societies benefited only the better off rural elite, when the broad masses of illiterate, innumerate rural poor remained out of financial services.

"The co-operatives tended to fall prey to 'elite capture' by powerful local groups uninterested in diluting control by enrolling poorer masses in large numbers. Rural branches of banks focused mainly on crop loans to farmers, their lending models were not geared towards reaching out to the poorer landless illiterate unable to handle the paperwork involved in bank borrowing," said Dr Atiur.

The governor, however, cited the Grameen Bank's micro-finance as a tool in extending credit services to the rural poor, but he said the financial coverage was still incomplete, with gaps both at the lowest end and at some patches up the income ladder.

Dr Atiur, who has already initiated a vigorous approach to make banking services available to the deprived people, said financial inclusion of the important segment of the society would result in more equitable economic growth.

The central bank, under his leadership, has already allocated Taka 11,500 crore for farm sector and another Taka 500 crore for the sharecroppers, who had never been offered such financial facility from the traditional banking sector.

The disbursement of the huge soft loan to sharecroppers will begin next month, bringing in a large number of people under the necessary banking services for the first time in the country's history.

Thousands of farmers will also start getting easy loan in October from the country's highest ever allocation of Taka 11,500 crore to revamp agri- sector aimed at achieving food security.

But still, Dr Atiur feels the necessity for certain rules and regulations for ensuring banking services to the poor people, who in fact, represent the majority of the population.

Dr Atiur apparently advocated precise policy measures to ensure poor people's access to the basic financial services. He referred to the existing rules and regulations in the United States and the United Kingdom to strengthen his gesture.

"Basic financial services including deposit, payments and credit services are recognised as entitlements of all citizens; particularly in advanced economies [US has a federal law prohibiting discrimination by banks against lower income neighbourhoods, and some state laws requiring banks to offer basic accounts for low cost banking services, UK have government programmes promoting financial inclusion], the governor noted.

Article cited from: http://nation.ittefaq.com/issues/2009/09/20/news0805.htm

Sep 27 2009

Bangladesh Bank Governor Dr Atiur Rahman has gone few steps forward on his endeavour to make banking sector more pro-poor as he highly criticised the country's banks and financial institutions for their lukewarm approach to the poorer section of the society.


The governor in his keynote speech at a seminar, held in the Kenya's capital Nairobi last week, shared his views on the 'banking for poor issue' with a distinguished global audience when he admitted that his own country was lagging behind in providing poorer people with basic banking and financial services.

Dr Atiur, chief of the country's banking and financial sector's watchdog, said the banks and other financial institutions in Bangladesh had been depriving poor people of basic financial services, keeping them trapped in a poverty cycle.

"Despite substantial bank branch expansion and emergence of micro-finance institutions, scant access to basic financial services still remains a deprivation suffered by large segments of the poorer rural and urban population in Bangladesh, more hurtful than other deprivations in restricting opportunities of freeing themselves from the poverty trap", he observed.

He found that the expansion of rural branches of banks and promotion of co-operative societies benefited only the better off rural elite, when the broad masses of illiterate, innumerate rural poor remained out of financial services.

"The co-operatives tended to fall prey to 'elite capture' by powerful local groups uninterested in diluting control by enrolling poorer masses in large numbers. Rural branches of banks focused mainly on crop loans to farmers, their lending models were not geared towards reaching out to the poorer landless illiterate unable to handle the paperwork involved in bank borrowing," said Dr Atiur.

The governor, however, cited the Grameen Bank's micro-finance as a tool in extending credit services to the rural poor, but he said the financial coverage was still incomplete, with gaps both at the lowest end and at some patches up the income ladder.

Dr Atiur, who has already initiated a vigorous approach to make banking services available to the deprived people, said financial inclusion of the important segment of the society would result in more equitable economic growth.

The central bank, under his leadership, has already allocated Taka 11,500 crore for farm sector and another Taka 500 crore for the sharecroppers, who had never been offered such financial facility from the traditional banking sector.

The disbursement of the huge soft loan to sharecroppers will begin next month, bringing in a large number of people under the necessary banking services for the first time in the country's history.

Thousands of farmers will also start getting easy loan in October from the country's highest ever allocation of Taka 11,500 crore to revamp agri- sector aimed at achieving food security.

But still, Dr Atiur feels the necessity for certain rules and regulations for ensuring banking services to the poor people, who in fact, represent the majority of the population.

Dr Atiur apparently advocated precise policy measures to ensure poor people's access to the basic financial services. He referred to the existing rules and regulations in the United States and the United Kingdom to strengthen his gesture.

"Basic financial services including deposit, payments and credit services are recognised as entitlements of all citizens; particularly in advanced economies [US has a federal law prohibiting discrimination by banks against lower income neighbourhoods, and some state laws requiring banks to offer basic accounts for low cost banking services, UK have government programmes promoting financial inclusion], the governor noted.

Article cited from: http://nation.ittefaq.com/issues/2009/09/20/news0805.htm

Bangladesh Bank Governor Dr Atiur Rahman has gone few steps forward on his endeavour to make banking sector more pro-poor as he highly criticised the country's banks and financial institutions for their lukewarm approach to the poorer section of the society.
The governor in his keynote speech at a seminar, held in the Kenya's capital Nairobi last week, shared his views on the 'banking for poor issue' with a distinguished global audience when he admitted that his own country was lagging behind in providing poorer people with basic banking and financial services.

Dr Atiur, chief of the country's banking and financial sector's watchdog, said the banks and other financial institutions in Bangladesh had been depriving poor people of basic financial services, keeping them trapped in a poverty cycle.

"Despite substantial bank branch expansion and emergence of micro-finance institutions, scant access to basic financial services still remains a deprivation suffered by large segments of the poorer rural and urban population in Bangladesh, more hurtful than other deprivations in restricting opportunities of freeing themselves from the poverty trap", he observed.

He found that the expansion of rural branches of banks and promotion of co-operative societies benefited only the better off rural elite, when the broad masses of illiterate, innumerate rural poor remained out of financial services.

"The co-operatives tended to fall prey to 'elite capture' by powerful local groups uninterested in diluting control by enrolling poorer masses in large numbers. Rural branches of banks focused mainly on crop loans to farmers, their lending models were not geared towards reaching out to the poorer landless illiterate unable to handle the paperwork involved in bank borrowing," said Dr Atiur.

The governor, however, cited the Grameen Bank's micro-finance as a tool in extending credit services to the rural poor, but he said the financial coverage was still incomplete, with gaps both at the lowest end and at some patches up the income ladder.

Dr Atiur, who has already initiated a vigorous approach to make banking services available to the deprived people, said financial inclusion of the important segment of the society would result in more equitable economic growth.

The central bank, under his leadership, has already allocated Taka 11,500 crore for farm sector and another Taka 500 crore for the sharecroppers, who had never been offered such financial facility from the traditional banking sector.

The disbursement of the huge soft loan to sharecroppers will begin next month, bringing in a large number of people under the necessary banking services for the first time in the country's history.

Thousands of farmers will also start getting easy loan in October from the country's highest ever allocation of Taka 11,500 crore to revamp agri- sector aimed at achieving food security.

But still, Dr Atiur feels the necessity for certain rules and regulations for ensuring banking services to the poor people, who in fact, represent the majority of the population.

Dr Atiur apparently advocated precise policy measures to ensure poor people's access to the basic financial services. He referred to the existing rules and regulations in the United States and the United Kingdom to strengthen his gesture.

"Basic financial services including deposit, payments and credit services are recognised as entitlements of all citizens; particularly in advanced economies [US has a federal law prohibiting discrimination by banks against lower income neighbourhoods, and some state laws requiring banks to offer basic accounts for low cost banking services, UK have government programmes promoting financial inclusion], the governor noted.
Article cited from: http://nation.ittefaq.com/issues/2009/09/20/news0805.htm
8:57 am edt 

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Dear Zasheem (Grameen Glasgow)


I know that on Yunus British Council day in London in July you introduced Dr Yunus to part of the homeless world cup team


Here are various snippets of news about fifa etc I have heard; dont know if they connect but thought it was worth logging them in one place


1 FIFA commitments announced last week

Football for Hope - 20 Centres for 2010 in Africa (note in margin-can kenya opening be celebrated at microcreditsummit 2010)  
Commitment by: Fédération Internationale de Football Association
Focus Area: Education

Introduction: Over the next five years, and as part of the Official Campaign and social legacy of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, FIFA is committing $9 million to create 20 community centers throughout Africa (the Football for Hope Centres). These centres will address social challenges the communities face, including providing public health and education facilities and football-based development programmes.

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Architecture for Humanity
Greenfields
Grassroot Soccer South Africa
Mathare Youth Sports Association Kenya
Special Olymipics Namibia
Association Malienne pour la Jeune Femme et la Femme
Esperance Rwanda
Play Soccer Ghana
Football for Hope
Adidas AG
Emirates
Hyundai Motor Company
Sony Corporation
Visa Inc.
Comic Relief
Jacob's Foundation
SolarWorld
Swiss Academy for Development
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2 FIFA with visa commit to teach 20 million financial literacy with new web based game financial football http://www.financialfootball.com/


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Saskia and Hans of grameen creative lab http://www.grameencl.com  told sofia http://londoncreativelabs.com  and me when we visited them in wiesbaden that dr yunus made a video to fifa in july while giving the mandela birthday lecture asking that s.africa world cup 2010 co-celebrated african's race to end poverty. Moreover Adidas is one of the GlobalGrameen celebration partners in berlin in November and are


It is my understanding that asking global brand ceos to get sports organisers like fifa and olympics to celebrate 2010s joy of life & millennium goals decade will be part of dr yunus continuous summits with global brand ceos starting in berlin in november. The London Olympics having already promised to be the sustainability olympics is something that I expect UK sustainability and yunus fans eg sofia and paul rose www.paulrose.org  http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8130130.stm to be connecting ideas round. In fact since 2004 some of my friends have been building momentim towards demanding the bbc give equal share of voice to sustainability issues as it does to sports or expect a licence fee revolt. Of course there are many ways to try and econourage the positive side by 2012, but the BBC has been appalingly late to question system collapsing issues from the people's side in the way that the world's largest social business broadcaster ought to do. 


It is also notable that Grameen Danone's superstar ambassador is french footballer Zidane -if my french is correct zidane is also convening an under 12 year olds world cup in s.africa next year http://www.lhebdojournal.com/article-377911-Un-6e-camp-Danone-au-Stade-de-lUQTR.html

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COMMUNICATIONS:  THE SYSTEM CHALLENGE OF INTEGRATING GLOBAL LOCALLY

 

As globalisation spun out of the last quarter of the 20th century, the global brand became the most powerful mediator of our lives and times. Like any power, this can be governed to good or bad ends. In terms of integrating quality of productivities and demanding relationships, these system qualities - and compound consequences - involve how we humanly invest in valuing transparency, sustainability exponentials and joy of serving hi-trust purpose.

 

Research on risk has consistently proven that the natural state of the world’s largest human  relationship systems is to degrade unless proactive leadership focuses on detecting any human conflicts that enter into such systems and seeing innovation as an instrument that relentlessly resolves such conflicts before they spread. 

 

Those global brand ceos who join in benchmarking global social business system opportunities will be involved in celebrating such dynamics as

1)      extreme innovation partnerships,

2)      co-branding celebrations of  the most meaningful world stages ever promoted,

3)      ecological sustainability and

4)      workforce sustainability.

 

Trust in World Class Brands (published consensus of marketing leadership in 1988)

 

The World Class Brand is a natural resource for corporations faced with trends towards unification in the business world. For better of for worse, and both kinds of social impact are likely, the world class brand is a logical reflection of the fact that the companies which win at marketing are those which see ahead of the competition. Today as the world’s most costly communications strategies are being planned, many of the conventional rules of branding need reappraisal.

 

The Mediator of Out Times

A World Class Brand has mutual responsibilities as a corporate ambassador and a consumable possession. As a communication vehicle of a company , a brand aims to establish a balance between two kinds of impression: the value of its offer (that is, making that next sale) and the quality of its credentials (that is advancing the reputation  for the company among such varied audiences as shareholders, employees , customers, suppliers, government and society)

 

2010s NOBEL SEARCH FOR SOCIAL BUSINESS BRAND LEADERSHIP- Millennium Goal Do Nows

 

The mathematical reason and confidences that brand CEO leaders can look forward to enjoying by sharing benchmarking pursuits of hi-trust media in 2010s may sound paradoxical at first blush. 

 

Just as globalisation out of developed nations was starting to compound fallible macro designs which need urgent reappraisal wherever they have included some dismally uneconomic practices such as junk bonds, CDOs and toxically packaged sub-prime assets, what was the world’s poorest of 203 nations, Bangladesh, started to entrepreneurially invest more and more in micro up system testing of the unique system design qualities now known as social business.  

 

In other words, Big Bang and Micro Bangla map opposite leadership journeys for the futures of our human race which The Economist’s Entrepreneurial Revolution survey of the 1976 had mapped as the human choice between the compound threats of macroeconomics and the compound opportunities of microeconomics. Dr Yunus has crystallized the valuation choice involved in the simplest of branding terms. Does our networking generation, the peoples whose working lifetimes are spent on our planet between 1976 and 2025, wish to make its unique contribution that of uniting the human race to end poverty?

 

Let us look at the first 4 global social business brand benchmarking opportunities in a bit more detail.

 

Extreme Innovation Partnerships

 

Dr Yunus’ model of extreme innovation partnerships explores what “Yes We Can” connect when you marry one of the world’s most resourced organization in partnership with one of the grassroots networks serving and sustaining most life critical needs. So far the impacts of his global social business innovations have been as remarkable for human progress as anything brand reporters may encounter.

 

I doubt if any banker has been asked as often as Dr Yunus why did you get into banking. Being a mathematician, I believe this is one of the most interesting questions economists or journalists may ever get the chance to ask let alone invite continuous debates on. His answer is consistent: to help end poverty - which in the case of the 4 people who founded Grameen from 1976 soon became empowering the world’s poorest (and culturally abused)  women to gain the respect of being income generating and to invest their savings in entrepreneurial solutions geared to their lifelong communal wish: to see a better life for their children.

 

Knowing this about Dr Yunus turns out to be critical to world class branding with him, as does knowing how almost the second thing Grameen microcredit got involved with as a sustainability investment bank was to become Bangladesh’s largest retailer of vegetable seeds!

 

How?-Why!-What? ... because in the early days of Grameen Bank, Dr Yunus wasn’t permitted by local cultures to talk to prospective female customers at their doorsteps and had to wait out in the centre of the village while his female bank staff went door to door. In Bangladeshi villages, hoards of children, with the biggest smiles I have ever seen, mob visitors. Soon Dr Yunus noticed a sad reality. Most of these children were night blind. Asking his medical fiends at Chittagong university why this was, he was told that this was the consequence of nutritional deficiencies in village children’s diets. Deficiencies of diet and eye sight could largely be alleviated if Grameen’s members started cultivating carrots.

 

Knowing this, it cannot surprise anyone interested in branding or in human nature – be they of social or economic expertise – what happened quickly once the first extreme partnership of global brands Grameen Danone was launched.  Systemised around social business’ microeconomics the new product – innovation of the lowest cost fortified yogurts to improve Bangladeshi childrens diets- became dr yunus’ favourite story to tell as he traveled round the world speaking at leadership conferences. These celebrations on the world stage include kings and queens and presidents, Nobel laureates of economical and peaceful kinds, as well as social and business networks of young entrepreneurial people everywhere who vote Dr Yunus one of the most trusted –and cheerfully good fun - leaders of our age. And in economic terms of free markets,  this means that Danone achieves at least 10 times more for its marketing buck than any other global media player has previously imagined possible. 

 

Partnering in Globally Sustainable Free Markets Opening Beyond categories

In March of 2009 Microcapital reported on a project, called the Grameen-CPAD-Danone Micro-Credit Initiative, to bring micro credit to the victims of the Sichuan earthquake that devastated the province in southwest China as well as to impoverished people of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and the Hebbei Province [1]. The project is a joint operation between Grameen Trust [2], which aims to support microfinance activities around the world, Danone [3], the world’s biggest producer of fresh dairy products, and The Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development (CPAD) [4], which implements policies and projects for economic development in poor areas of China. Danone funded the initiative by providing a donation of USD 2.9 million, according to an article in China Daily, while Grameen Trust has provide technical assistance and CPAD has provided policy guidance [4,5]. In addition to these groups, the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation (CFPA), whose goals is poverty reduction through various means, has been implementing the project on the ground [5,6].

  

But world class brands (as coined in 1988) insist on being judged by the system reality of economics of communal relationships, not perceptions alone. So it is in some ways an even greater celebration that the second world class social business branding partnership Grameen Veolia is now offering safe drinking water at an estimated 80 times lower price than has ever been commercially sustained before. Now when the 2010s publishes (I hope) the Bermuda & Bacardi’s book of world records, it may be that the official judges record 80 as 70.1 or 89.9 but what nobody need question ever again is that social business partnerships can innovate order of magnitude more economical systems. As we will see in a later chapter, this is also what the core controversy of microcredit is about – design a bank conscientiously to invest in income generation of and by the poorest – and so that the poorest get all the compound gains of their work over generations – and in our mobile age, ten to 100 times more economical banking for main street or local village people is possible. (And that quantification of social impact doesn’t include temporarily turn of the decade blips like microcredit being million times more economical than the Americans one where 20 trillion dollars has so far been wasted on those who would turn the biggest banks into places that make Donald Trumps’ casinos look like sideshows.)

  

Co-Branding the greatest stages of Joy of Life Decade 2010s

 

Dr Yunus proposes – as far as I know all who support millennium goals second – that the 2010s be the Joy of Life Decade. How is that?

 

Well, accidentally, a few years ago London jumped the gun when some politician declared that 2012 would be the sustainability Olympics. Since that time the great and the good have started to wake up –and bring out 2.1 action plans of their african commissions and climate crisis reports. Lord Sainsbury’s elder daughter, with a bit of royal support from Prince Charles has developed the worldwide prize network http://ashdenawards.org  for micro energy. This is also a medium through which young people can enjoy sharing the good news that the bank for the poor already installs more solar units than the whole of the USA. Imagine what sustainability investment can do when its interests represent the silent majorities of people. The British council has started a youth climate champion network and ministers Miliband and Alexander have made personal trips to Dhaka celebrating its share of voice in climate crisis solutions and right to me mapped as world epicenter of sustainability. BBC’s ocean and nature broadcasters have started blogging on Bangladesh’s unique innovative sustainability solutions http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/8130130.stm. Citizens forums www.yunusforum.net www.londoncreativelabs.com  spun off from 69th birthday dialogue with Dr Yunus in Dhaka and the opening of www.yunuscenre.org are planting the seeds to make it impossible to come to london for sporting reasons in 2012 and not to return with the bonus gift of sustainability joy.

 

Of course, the last thing Londoners want is exclusivity in Europe on sustainability joy. We welcome the royal hunt of the son proposed by Prince Albert’s sustainability and social business foundation in Monaco, and expect that Queen Sofia’s lifelong commitment to microcredit will connect up with microenergy both as she officially celebrates Spain as the world microcreditsummit hosts in 2011 and by already signing a knowledge exchange agreement between Spanish speaking southern hemispheres and African ones - due to celebrate the 2010 microcreditsummit in Kenya at the time of the first 2000-family ecovillage in Africa to have been built by social business partners.  Kenya thanks to http://jamiibora.org  is also the epicentre of the world’s first mobile slum-youth microcredit – an African invention which may one day be as joyous to celebrate as Bangladesh’s women’s sustainability investment banking.

 

Connect these sorts of dots together and good news networkers can map how Dhaka as centre of  gravity for a sustainable world has already lit an Olympics torch relay to London 2012 through Europe and via both of the most populous southern hemisphere continents. To give the Joy of Life decade another kick start, in the summer of 2009 Dr Yunus made a video asking FIFA if it would be possible for South Africa’s soccer World Cup in 2010 to celebrate millennium goals as well as football. Mandela, whose birthday lecture Dr Yunus was giving, beamed magnanimously. Would it be over-optimism to expect FIFA to play ball? Well, please note two months after the Mandela talk at New York’s Clinton Global Initiative, FIFA and VISA were seen to announce the commitment to educate 20m million in financial literacy through an online video game called financial football.

 All this goes to show that global media co-branded events can realise human truths (or at least empower inter-cultural inspirations for the greater good) and not deal in nagging messages and self-gratification’s images. Media is the defining change of globalisation – both in its 20th century mass forms and its new interactive forms. If sustainability is to be our human race’s purpose, then we urgently need to blend the best of both of these powerful system determinants, not the worst of each.  There is a lot of innovation for global grameen brand CEO club to benchmark in changing media and to celebrate that day of  great joy when every child is born free to make the most of a productive life. Please be clear, this is a human collaboration crisis not one caused by nature. Our planet has more than enough abundance of resources for 7 billion people to compound 10 times more health and wealth. Back in 1984 my father and I estimated that the scale of the  globalisation of media crisis involved the threat and the opportunity of compounding 10 times less or more  health and wealth between 1984-2024.  Nothing I can see today changes this estimate of the scale of what’s’ exponentially at play, but compared with our scenarios and timelines we are leaving it terrifyingly late to get back on track. Unless worldwide peoples make 2010s the joy of life decade, we will have crashed into George Orwell’s Big Brother world whose end game is perhaps one billion free people or perhaps extinction of our species by century 22.

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 About Norman Macrae

Main editorial writer of The Economist's system change world stories 1950-1989 : Chris' dad & his 85th birthday celebration of peer to peer networks in 2008 inmcluded Muhammad Yunus and 30 supporters of entrepreneurial revolution

Our main transparency co-workers 

  • [mostofa zaman] authorised citizen and youth forum host of dr muhammad yunus
  • [Sofia Bustamante    ] (worldwide conflict resolution facilitator and supporter of dr yunus social business models- facilitator dr yunus 69th birthday dialogues in dhaka
  • [paul rose] bbc nature broadcaster ; leadership panel of [ashden awards for microeconomic world's best sustainability projects]- bbc blog of [yunus 69th birthday celebrations]
  • Business journalist: Alan Mitchell co-authoring - the missing hi-trust audit map without which the world's 1000 largest organsaitional systems will always compound the world's least sustainable investments
  • Wiesbaden [saskia bruysten] one of dr yunus' global brand partnership project leaders
  • Paris vivian norris de montaigue - film producer ofthe billion person blockbsuter to be: YunusMovie
  • Glasgow Zasheem - opinion connector of 3 Glasgow universities supporting Dr Yunus projects from nursing education to Grameen bank in Glasgow
  • Princeton [sam daley-harris] help sam make kenmya's microcredit summit april 2010 best ever; and get congress to elect yunus for congressional medal of honor; and to get nobel to nominate Ingrid Munro] for Nobel Prize
  • East-West peace : M Sadria, and M.Benomran Omagine
  • New York - Youth Ambassador - Alexis Sumsion
  • New York Peter Burgess- you can help fund (or add nominated local communities to) the grassroots teams that integrate them for ..[malaria]..[children]...

Person I would most like to know a bit more - [fazle Abed]

The folowing is an incomplete comtacts lists -please help us improve it. Linked means appears to have an ongoing association or more; known means has personally met Dr Yunus and exchanged important perspectives. Valuetrue nominations include people that valuetrue editors have personally visited and who we believe unerstand 2010s to be a critical decade in transforming globalsiation system crises. We are less uptodate with these peopel's progress than those above stated as transprarency co-workers. If you want to be intoroduced t poarticular people please send me an email to chris.macrae@ yahoo.co.uk in a form that I can relay so they can choose response.

West USA

Yunus Linked

 Yunus Known

April Alderdice, seattle Microenergycredits.com

Michael Milken - co-interviewees on charlie rose; panel discussant at Milken annual conference; both deeply concerned about heathcare economics

Rick Wartzman, Drucker Institute, Claremont Uni- LA interviewer of Dr Yunus on nationwide booktalk tour jan 2008

Jeff Skoll and Larry Brilliant - Crisis films- Dr Yunus keynoted at first 3 social entrepreneur world championships in oxford but has subsequently wanted to different social business model

Journalist - Alan Webber, SF

ValueTrue Nominations

Melanie St James LA www.empowermentworks.org  -convenor of world summit in san francisco but LA based; also Kenya world social forum connector, distributor of 150 of 10000 dvds of www.yunus10000.com

Nomi Prins www.nomiprins.com LA whistelblower (ex Goldman Sachs) 20 Trillion Dollar bailouts, Demos (NY) fellow

Philippa Burgess, talent spotter emerging scriptwriters; Yes We Can facilitator

East USA

Yunus Linked

Grameen America.com (health boston, bank new york) leader Vidar Jorgensen

GrameenFoundation DC leader Alex Counts

Special mention - sam daley-harris microcreditsummit: Princeton & DC

Yunus Known

John Mackey WholeFooods & WholePlanetFoundation, Austin

Valuetrue nominations

Microloanfoundation - Peter Ryan and david Rice uses development of malawi's biggest microcredit as lab for boston social business students- close links with MIT enetrpreneur school

BRACUSA fundraises for BRAC's extensions outside of Bangladesh -led by susan davis, new jersey

Youth ambassadors : Alexis NY, Caitlin Swarthmore, Zara and Alex DC

In trying to make human communal sense out of the baliout we like epi (DC), demos (NY & DC) and AFR Heather Booth DC

Among practitioners trying to help global brand leaders transform back to sustainability: vivaldipartners, Erich J NY

Greatest CEO effort for sustainability - Ray Anderson Interface, Atlanta

South America

Yunus Linked

Mexico - carlos slim foundation microcredit

Colombia -social business free zones

Special mention - Queen Sofia in Spain is actively involved in championing exchnage of microcredit knowledge between Spanish speaking southern hemispher countries and Africa. The next 2 microcreditsummits aim to be the best for community up sustainability ever - kenya april 2010 and madrid 2011 with support of Queen Sofia

Yunus Known Pro Mujer Bolivia

West EuropeAfricaMiddle East including Pakitan and AfghanistanIndiaBangladeshChinaother asiaJapanrest of world

I am trying to put the most important info on yunus linked universities http://www.muhammadyunus.org/About/yunus-centre-partners/in one mail (please edit fo you see other details)

according to the invitation, these universities will be at german meeting Nov 09

Glasgow ie zasheem who both mostofa and I know quite well; Glasgow interests including sharing their nursing teachers with bangladesh something zasheem has organised and which yunus made big news of at clinton global; the vice chancellor has put her name to a glasgow grameen bank for 3 generations of unemployed- this has hot national headlines as currently the main thing blocking it is the law- do people as soon as they take microcredit stop being eligible for welfare?; zasheem also wants to catalogue social businesses as a yunus centre but yunus seems to be saying he can do that unoficially unless he can get someone to sponsor a chair on that; zasheem also has all my father's books on how economists elder generation serially destroy question next generation of economists need to ask;  zasheem is also a connector of homeless world cup (football being one of the world stages yunus is asking all brand ceos to connect rounmd ending poverty); and there are links with sir tom hunter - before the recent finacial troubles the UK's richest philantropist ; I understand that 3 of glasgow's 4 universities are now loosely collaborating around all or parts of above

 California State Channel Islands Uni which is opening California Institute of Social Business in February 2010 - Julia who leads this is ex Grameen Foundation, and says she will happily debrief us on where she is at Berlin

Berlin Free University - which as far as I understand has the same personality Hans leading it as hosting the overalll berlin brand ceo conference- I will see if I can google any more on this but it will be most helpful if sofia can use her german lingusitic talents to go far deeper than I can get in understanding this group

HEC paris which was the first SMBA- they have published something that doesnt inspire me (say if you want me to send copy) of their first year's produce a lot - however paris remains the leading epicentre of global brand partnerships with yunus so one assumes they will eventually get thise business cases fully written up

Below Mostofa suggests there is news emerging of Kyushu in japan; the 6th university known to be attending is rikkyo japan; http://english.rikkyo.ac.jp/news/2009/03/4691/  (japan interests me both because I worked there for 2 years in 80s and my father was awarded emperor's medal because japan liked my father's view of microeconomics more than any other country)

this leaves the other announced yunus partners that havent signalled they are coming to berlin

  • Kobe University
  • Yunus Centre, AIT, Thailand -when this opened about 2 months ago it hit national headlines and of all the partners may be the one that does deepest end poverty resarch from developing country perspective; its remit is formally described here http://www.muhammadyunus.org/Events/yunus-centre-ait-launched/
  • fans of bangladesh social business model -which I call sustainability world's greatest invention www.worldclassbrands.tv and seems to be a bangladeshi national property right almost since birth of this new nation in the 1970s - though most brilliantly invested in on behalf of the poorest for a third of a century and marketed by Dr Yunus and Fazle Abed under slightly different brand names also have the paradox/conflict to navigate that while dr yunus is the globally known pesron most able to invite partnerships, brac has a 7 year old full functiong university with full curriculum on it development and allied approaches- mostofa and I each have copies of the 300 page overview of curiculum book which also includes its partner unis

    chris macrae www.valuetrue.com
    --- On Tue, 29/9/09, Mostofa




    Yunus has signed a MoU's betweeen the Yunus Centre and Kyushu University for a Grameen Creative Lab and the very first Grameen Technology Lab.
    Also he is receiving honorary degree from KU.

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