we love educators and media who connect youth with world record job creators wherever they may be -45 years on from mediating Entrepreneurial Revolution with The Economist, we believe there may only be 1461 days left to transform the teriifying weakness of much western media and edu
-BACK TO GROUND LEVEL PLEASE -Nobel's year 2006 of living dangerously: Laureate Dr Yunus
We Create What We Want.
We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there.
We achieve what we want to achieve.
We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not!
We believe we can create a poverty-free world.
We need to invent ways to change our perspective.
We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. .
Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world.
Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities.
Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit.
They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental.
The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force
Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own.
Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent.
Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity.
Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.”
Source : http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/2006/yunus-lecture-en.html
Entrepreneurial Revolution - core mediation toof for freedom and happiness.In early 1990s we developed Chartering in association with the Economist Intelligence Unit so that every participant in a value exchange could map what purpose would maximize human productivity, multiply goodwill through win-win models, energise individual passion and communal pride- factors that knowledge networks need to sustain humanity around. All of this involved leaders in integral responsibilities- not advertising values and visions but empowering their action. In many ways chartering links the anti-mba processes of leadership- we value as paramount not how much one side extracts each quarter but sustaining rising future exponentials which come from the most transparent win-win model and future change auditing
For example can you help us at www.wholeplanet.tv doublecheck top 100 leaders who still act on valuing the net generation as worldwide youth's most productive and collaborative time to be alive. This has been the aim of all true Entrepreneurial Revolution alumni since my father Norman Macrae started animating the genre in The Economist from 1972
mass media - the most dangerous of all anti-youth global markets?
Norman Macrae (The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant) 2 years on - June 2012 -
short charter brochure on NM - link to his writings- discussion: his family foundation his youth10000 project partnering the pro-youth economist Nobel Laureate Yunus - queries email@example.com join in survey of 100 leaders intent on 2010s being youths most productive decade
Directly and indirectly hundreds of millions of people's lifetimes were productively freed by interacting around my dad's entrepreneurial value mapping while he was alive. This is because dad obeyed his Cambridge mentor Maynard Keynes Hippocratic Oath in the most joyous way.. Keynes General Theory concluded that given the world (man-made systems) is going to be increasingly ruled only by economics THEN goodwill-economists worth trusting to mediate the world are those who define the purpose of economics as investing in the next generation's productivity out of every community. Given my father's reach, The goal of Norman Macrae Family Foundation may sound modest. We want to help search out 5000 youth whose collaborations can sustain the most communally productive impacts on economies all over the the world. Can you help us live up to my fathers' forecast 40 years ago that , with 2010s million times more collaboration technology than man's race to moons in 1960s, it shouldn't be impossible for MICROeconomics to help every member of the net generation be 10 times more productive? So far those interested in green energy from The Economist Boardroom celebration party have linked in. South African partners of Mandela's free university movement coordinated by taddy blecher can link in. The biggest gamechnager banking will ever see is mobile cash- first proven in Kenya but pivotal to the most exciting innovations out of Bangladesh and China. But in death, as in life, Two years on he Japanese are proving to be far the most interactive supporters of Unacknowledged Giants hosting a whole series of parties linking in pro-youth economics . The two indomitable spirits that open source entrepreneurs most needs to web round and linkin are Japan's and MIT's media labs (currently headed by a Japanese expatriate
are you mapping
1 village origin of end poverty microfranchises - eg Bangladesh village or china taobao?
2 herstory town - a place world should tour as it change civilization and planted peace eg Changsha where mao launched women hold up half the sky
3 edu microtown where everyone with a future is an alumni - e hosts of world class 1 $ degrees Baltimore, boston are two racing to this;
3.1 edu digital open society city - eg hangzou
4 belt border city;
5 belt inner city
6 belt superport
7 megacity where over 25 million people thrive and visitors come to understand how small enterprises, social blockchains can empower families to thrive everywhere
why america needs china friends now - china has no safety net for its elders other than half a billion youth - so china wants to connect the greatest #learninggeneration worldwide- why would any us parent not want that now?
january 2008 new york yunus is questioned on banks with a future- obama had 12 months! to learn about responding to subprime- his mother was a mate of yunus; obama's s.chicago community building iused to rely on shorebank
dear parent - celebrate when your kids peer to peer linkin the east's good fortune of creating jobs uniting sustainability cos East doesnt drown in what makes west media pitiful http://charter.ning.com/forum/topics/america-has-the-worst-media-in-the-free-world-but-is-it … consider how muhammad yunus took western media apart for having so many ways to create overnight world fame in sports and fashion but not in herois youth need to action learn with to save world
special welcome to anyone who wishes to collabiorate with chinese millennials sustainability and education goals Latest valuation summaries form our 25 year learning curve of brand chartering -valuing founders
Which market's purposes matter exponentially most to future development of human race and jobs for net generation. Here are 7 curricula that The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution friends have demanded complete rethinks of since 1972!
best million-youth moocs hosted by economists
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to charter- back in the late 1980s a group of us started asking how can the world's greatest visions in terms of advancing the human lot be organised so that everyone passionate about a goal can network around it
we welcome all practitioners and youthful learners to the compass of http://charter.ning.com
what's the biggest purpose you want to see networked during life time?
how can we help charter organisations so that this purpose is collaboratively networked?
Breaking News: 2013 is 170th birthday of The Economist- by the end of the year we hope to charter its unique win-win-win convergence of media, education and pro-youth economics- but as preliminary exercises can you help us charter trillion dollar purposes of net generation such as
1980s Research by friends of Economists' Unacknowledged Giant (my dad Norman Macrae) and his decade-long dialogues linking Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries showed that the globalising world's biggest brands were at risk of becoming political instead of economical.
Charter was researched by media and conflict resolution experts as an antidote for those pro-youth economists valuing search for the future of the most purposeful organsiations and markets- starting with the questions that bureaucrats or other bosses might try to censor - most questions get contextual but the core question of chartering is WHO WOULD UNIQUELY MISS WHAT IF THIS DIDNT EXIST
Charter: how networked people share actions to make futures they want - more on why the first journalistsof the internet invented chartering
Charter develops a quiz which people share and update starting with the investigative question big organisations tend to forbid -would anyone uniquely miss something if this did not exist?
if economics didnt exist, people would not have a systemic method to design futures (see keynes); what's the risk of having such a method? that it will be taken over by fewer and fewer big interests ..those who dont share parents' number 1 interest in the future of our place as one that will help our chldren produce what we could not ...more
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join in chartering 3 billion jobs - for a community to sustain its youth's productive potential who needs to be the most trusted connector? doctors? teachers? bankers? new technologists?
2012's most urgent charters include: PRO-YOUTH ECONOMICS
2 pictures map the transparency of everything we communally debate, act, invest time, knowhow and other resources in - if you have nicer ways to show these pics send them email@example.com in so we can make a gallery- what matters is anyone interets in future of youth productuvity can find a place on the map where they want to start connecting
Economics designs or destroys futures peoples want most. Help charter most valuable purposes markets can serve. Also helps identify what gamechangers are key to make this young 21st T century a time when all people of goodwill multiply newly connected abundancies (eg how knowledge multiplies value in use) and get out of historic scarcity's (eg consuming up things)
10 Education for jobs-sustaining every person's opportunity to develop their own talents round productive lifetime
9 Affordable Healthcaremobilised for all
8 mass media that promotes good news, real heroes, mediates what people most want to action including co-producing the most human goals a millennium of our human race has ever grown round
7 banking that invests in peoples productivities not trapping them in debt , and is grounded in mapping value chains that sustain communities all over the planet
6 nutritious food and clean water distributed everywhere
5 digital media that values million times more collaboration power than when man raced to moon helping networked generation be the most productive and joyous time for worldwide youth
4 local safety, capital structures and community rules that value families as core to any places sustainable growth
3 clean energy, quality drives towards zero-waste and valuing harmony with nature so that our next generations can thrive
2 global village "death of distance" infrastructures so that collectively and individually we make the best of networking real and virtual productive lives not the worst
1 mathematicians, professions and public servants openly accountable to purposefully governing futures exponentials not short-term extraction - leaders worth trusting need to be the first to celebrate youth's curiosity of what a post-industrial and borderless world changes so as not to compound risks
wherever people truly value keynsian and entrepreneurial economics let alone responsible investors/capital structures concerned with youth futures
ACTION THE FUTURE NOW SO AS TO BUILD LONGER-TERM PROSPERITY
Help www.wholeplanet.tv100 leaders of 2010s = youth and netgen's most productive decade
chartering is a method that emerged from research of media experts in early 1990s - how is a company trusted with the most unique organisational purpose sustained? - it turns out that everyone in a company or impacted by a company needs freedom of speech to question and answer the company's future history? while questions vary by context one question common to all charters is who would uniquely miss what if this company didn't exist? keep probing through different who's and what's; more
we are sponsored by the family foundation of The Econonomist's Unacknowledged Giant -around whom various Entrepreneurial Revoution networks emerged since coining the genre in 1976, and whose main purpose since 1984 is concerned with pro-youth economics of the first net generation 1984-2024:
The Foundation's current goals and project motivations are
find 100 leaders wanting to make 2010s youth's most productive decade
find 5000 youthwhose collaborations can grow more economies than any 5000 big bankers or any topdown politicial parties
We live in a world where our lifetimes are impacted by media- the charter method (researched by media experts since 1990 and first published by Economist Intelligence Unit- aims to connect anyone with which projects they most passionately want to spend their lives on -
cases from america- build a free university from scrached designed on maximising jobs - charter
cases from - you tell us firstname.lastname@example.org
community-grounded charters an gamechangers to get to the purpose the peoples most need 13.1 health 13.2 education
other associated webs : www.trilliondollaraudit.com www.microcredit.tv Global Institute of SocialBusiness Journal of Social Business: 1 billion green jobs http://grameengreen.com 1 billion global village (bottom-up jobs) http://globalgrameen.com 1 billion tech jobs http://egrameen.com job innovation sightings by city/region http://yunuscity.ning.com