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alltheworldsachoolinbox.JPG isn't it now possible for every world record job creator to carry a rachel and distribute their jobs learning updates to every hub of rachel alumni

shouldnt parents and children have choice to be linkedin to job creating teachers -what else is www and mobile for?

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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

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--- 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?

Today we introduce our new blog, the Drucker Exchange, about bettering society through effective management and responsible leadership.

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.

“We’re excited about both the Drucker Exchange and the promise of a new radio show,” said Rick Wartzman, executive director of the Drucker Institute. “Being on the radio can help us broaden our audience and reach tens of thousands more people who understand that responsible management is the key to a healthy society. So stay tuned for details on that.”

You can reach the Drucker Exchange —and participate in the dialogue there—by visiting thedx.org or by going through the Drucker Institute’s website at druckerinstitute.com. (Those who’ve bookmarked apps.druckerinstitute.com will automatically be taken to the Drucker Exchange.)

5:37 am edt 


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Typical story - rolling stone

 Fleischmann is the central witness in one of the biggest cases of white-collar crime in American history, possessing secrets that JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon late last year paid $9 billion (not $13 billion as regularly reported – more on that later) to keep the public from hearing.

Back in 2006, as a deal manager at the gigantic bank, Fleischmann first witnessed, then tried to stop, what she describes as "massive criminal securities fraud" in the bank's mortgage operations.

Thanks to a confidentiality agreement, she's kept her mouth shut since then. "My closest family and friends don't know what I've been living with," she says. "Even my brother will only find out for the first time when he sees this interview." 

Six years after the crisis that cratered the global economy, it's not exactly news that the country's biggest banks stole on a grand scale. That's why the more important part of Fleischmann's story is in the pains Chase and the Justice Department took to silence her.

She was blocked at every turn: by asleep-on-the-job regulators like the Securities and Exchange Commission, by a court system that allowed Chase to use its billions to bury her evidence, and, finally, by officials like outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder, the chief architect of the crazily elaborate government policy of surrender, secrecy and cover-up. "Every time I had a chance to talk, something always got in the way," Fleischmann says.

This past year she watched as Holder's Justice Department struck a series of historic settlement deals with Chase, Citigroup and Bank of America. The root bargain in these deals was cash for secrecy. The banks paid big fines, without trials or even judges – only secret negotiations that typically ended with the public shown nothing but vague, quasi-official papers called "statements of facts," which were conveniently devoid of anything like actual facts. 

Jamie DimonJamie Dimon Bloomberg/Getty

And now, with Holder about to leave office and his Justice Department reportedly wrapping up its final settlements, the state is effectively putting the finishing touches on what will amount to a sweeping, industrywide effort to bury the facts of a whole generation of Wall Street corruption



Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/the-9-billion-witness-20141106#ixzz3T9eJKxM7 
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