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 Celebrate POP Preferential Option Poor

Today the only economists who know how to end poverty live with the poorest

Before 1945 most economists (like Keynes -read conclusion to General Teory) saw their main job as ending poverty

What changed? mass tv broadcasting - it was: the least economic media ever, the one most designed to trap local people in poverty,

it soon took over most of the economics profession with a new breed of macroeconomists who were not only experts

(on hire to politicians and the most speculative or debt trapping of big banking) .

Thus macroecomists are experts in compunding not only poverty but also expert in destroying sustainaibilty of next generation livelihoods. just look at what metrics tey use,and ow tey reward themselves

POP GOES ECONOMICS- IF 2015 is to live up to UN year of getting back to sustainability orbits for all millennials 

Lets get back to designing meedia and economics around communities- starting with last mile markets 


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relay ponts Cape Town Oct 2014; GA Sept2013 - and why not your twin future capital of youth
- queries Washington DC 1 301 881 1655 Norman Macrae Foundation for The Economist's Mediation of Youth Capitalism and NETGEN's Open Education Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution since 1972

Nobel Laureate Acceptance Speech 2006

We Create What We Want.
We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there. 
We achieve what we want to achieve. 
We accept that poverty is part of human destiny. It’s not!
We believe we can create a poverty-free world. 
We need to invent ways to change our perspective.
We can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. . 
Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world.
Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities. 
Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings, dedicated to maximizing profit. 
They are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental.
The desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force
Young people dream about creating a perfect world of their own.
Social business will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. 
Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity. 
Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.” 
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Road to Atlanta Questions from 25000 youth live (millons virtually)

To Billionnaires- is your Giving syetem-designed to be bottom-up or top-down?

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student winners during first USA year of Pro=Youth Economist DR Yunus



macroeconomics has lost touch with humanity let alone global vilage sustainability - how could usa and europe have got in situation of disinvesting in youth's opportunity to be 10 times more productive with all the collaboration tech of the knowledge economy juts because old politicians and macroeconomists have wasted investment in the past



we love to hear from anyone mediating new economics


eg we maintain  is creating a virtual catalogue of cases "The New Economist"

Adam Smith scholars our of Glasgow University are launching the Journal of New Economics Foundation Norman Macrae, The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant and founder of Entrepreneurial Revolution Networks since 1976  

pro-youth summits we look forward to meeting New Economist at

america's largest student business competition april 19-21 atlanta

the 3000 person annual millennium goal summit out of paris out of paris - next in September

chris macrae (face) writes 1976 was a vintage year for microeconomists - dad and The Economist published the first of his trilogy on Entrepreneurial Revolution - in search of the missing micro system of 10 times more economic community exchanges or 100 times more economic than the macroeconomic chicanery wall street 00s compounded -if there is any reasonable purpose to Goldman Sachs existing please do tell us at ;it seems rather more anti social to all entrepreneurs that we know than Andersen was

and Muhammad Yunus began the Grameen Microcredit Project. During micro system design YunusBook tour 1 in February 2008, the two met up at the Royal Automiobile Club and challenged 30 Londoners to get micro   (DanCom  GI GD) so that the 2010s could be the most joyous decade -special thanks in London as always on community building process and hosting events are due to London Leader and SB anchor lady and 2012 sustainability goals linksperson Sofia Bustamante


macroeconomics biggest mistake - sustainability exponentials and trilliondolaraudit - system errrors spun since 1976
facebook : ; phone washington DC 301 881 1655 ; You; email info; associated webs Yunus : diary book2 book1 dvd10000 birthday GG ; family foundation isabellawm- main investment LondonCreativeLabs -the leading big capitals Job Creation Social Business, led by SB; catalysing change in universities YunusUni ObamaUni MandelaUni

primer on human element

This site  The Web 

history's future -2010s most exciting 1  2  3 decade - FrenchYouth rediscover E-word what sustainability link next rsvp info ; Spain takes up worldwide relay as epicentre of microeconomics dialogue april 2010 to november 2011; youth DC 10/11 so much of yes we can depends on ye


London-Paris-Dhaka-www Diary entry march2010

thanks AL @ RSA

Friends of Youth Capitalism look forward to meeting you and sharing what we have understood dr yunus wants from our 3 years of research with 2000 bookclub and 10000 dvds of his innovations for sustainable communities; there are so many of your speakers events that seem to be progressing the same system transformation - so that society's compound value multiplers can be fully appreciated by free markets and business leaders  

sofia also hosted his 69th birthday dialogue which is where he told us that he aims to swarm all sustainability leaders and jam all netizens into london at time of the olympics to celebrate sustainability entrepreneurs

.2010s Gold Medal League for Collaboration Nations

Nominations for 2011 RSVP info

  • Kenya - Spain
  • OZ-NZ
  • India
  • Suspended for 3 years : USA for 2000s Least Colboration decade climaxed by wall street

Must do heck of a lot better by 2012 : UK


.My Favourite Chair

HEC model yunus uni - set up a social business chair with 4 people sitting in - one from a uni department; one with the pan-university remit to change the values MBA students leave with; one being yunus or equivalent storyteller and microfranchise owner of 2010s is last chance to bend curve back to sustanability (eg Ingrid); and one representing the country's commitment to employment/youth
once we have that chair, danone communities can show how a little bit of brand budget can stage 3000 live youth question times across your country's capital cities until many corporations get the message that partnering with social business is the both a more economical and social future of PR, as well as what leadership responsibilities they can now enjoy standing for- media can be changed to with 8 movie of  being a favourite movie of 3000 at Grand Rex in Feb 2010

we welcome reports of business schools owned by youthworldbanking - -Jamii Bora in Kenya is the premier benchmark being visited by over 2000 bank researchers april 2010 with leader-in-chief Spain's Queen Sofia who also hosts world microcreditsummit in 2011

Saturday, April 3, 2010

will dc youth rise in time to make a microeconomics difference

zara my understanding as 4pm was a good time to meet your profs 
" looking forward to seeing you again. 4pm at Georgetown on Tuesday 4/13 is perfect."

I can of course stay on, or we can reconvene half way to alex aeound 6 or whatever time he chooses


there are a lot of possible agenda; as well as your own choices

1 I would like to map out how you cooriate up to 100 of yunus new book

2 I would like to know if anyone feels that 10/11 student clubs need an extended format to include yunus new passion; caitlin is probably the only us student tohave pioneered 09/10 yunus sb club; either before or after our meeting you could see wht sh can she with you on skype; similarly sofia, lesley, mamading have sneak previews of yunus book to loan in kenya

3 I have been told perhaps 5 times by sam that his each way bet (even if yunus spends less time  on microcredit) is to champiom kenyan youth microcredit and that queen sofia fully supports this; so in a way as soon as the kenya summit ends, research demanded by queen sofia becomes the focus of microcreditsummit for next 18 month

meanwhile londoncreativelabs sofia (the only open job creation SB innovated  out of a  big capital) and I  are trying to encourage every bangladeshi contact we have  made in 4 visits to Dhaka and moderating 1000 bookclub and 10000 dvd club ro  try and get them connecting not separating

4 Moreover in The Montfort Plan by Georgetown Spaniard Jaime you have a book that out text-books any if the race to end poverty is itself a pursuit that can yet be given an academic course

what some of us are missing is how much effort yunus wants to put into technology for the poor and transfering knowhow from the world's most resourced organisations to his grassroots franchises; at the limit as a media expert I agree with the direction he wants to take but not all of the personal relationship fights that have started of which the simplest is the loss of his co-founder dipal barua who did so much for energy at   these are times where we need to keep on cheering the great open stuff within microworld and not get bigged down by the occasional vanities Or closed shops

we also need to flatten barriers; I am not too interested in dc students if we cannot connect georegtown and GWU and RHS; thats not becsue of any lack on your part but I have to focus on what I can leverage - global ad agencies with 33 years of professional experience, I have nothing to sustain me just trying to transform your univesrities uneconomic ways of examining you on stuff that is at best irrelevant and in case of a lot fo mba curriculum the wall street problem not the solution -

I will be saying something a bit similar on monday to melissa even though she is one of the few heroines of mine in US academia; I am rather used to the role of being a stalking horse after which people pick up poeces and put them back together but this time micro up not macro down; and if you folk dont start that while obama is in power then that's your error more than mine

chris 24 hour hotline dc (usa=1) 301 881 1655

1:36 pm edt 

dear nazrul
I am sure that lisa and sam will be very busy but please try and check before or when they get to spain (probably around april 14-18) whether there are any diary overlaps for you to get updated on how to help them -that is howthe following can help them - yourself, the womens movement that got the UN to award Mrs Begum the prize, other spanish who spoke on the UN stage and so forth;
 the next 19 months spain becomes the joint world centre of how to summarise and link microcreditsummit knowledge for the future's sustainability - or at least that is how I see it given Queen Sofia's wishes and what I can map of other knowledge processes that are also collaboratively reforming their networks for 2010s greatest race (footnote)
chris macrae
as a maths guy who contracted to dr yunus to help with rumors of whats possible my only value multiplier is that where I dont have complete information I assess the most likely hypothesis; regarding microcreditsummit my hypothesis is it would not exist in its core form for multiplying goodwill and replicating actions around the networking world without Queen Sofia; if you disagree with this hypothesis please disregard this mail; if you agree please action this mail in any way you can

Yunus Wishes - 7 Ends and a 21st C Beginning page xxv

End Poverty & Systems that Crash or Trap

End carbon in our waters, air, food and machine's energies

End hunger

End premature death and ever higher cost of health

End wars and govs that spend 20% of the peoples on arms

End borders as barriers to webs of people mobilising productivity

End college-less children and universities without job creating microentrepreneurs

Start up a 21st C www where riches of global culture are available for all

pge xxv and xxv1

We have to believe in our wish list if we hope to make it come true. We'll have to create appropriate concepts, institutions, technologies, and policies to achieve our goals. The more impossible the goals look, the more exciting the task becomes. Fortunately, for us we have entered an age when dreams have the best chances to come true. We must organise the present to allow an easy entry into the future of our dreams. We must not let our past stand in our way.

If you were to ask me who has the best chance of coming closer to the realty of 2030, without pausing for a second I would say that the science fiction writers would be far closer than the expert analysts. The reason is very simple. Experts are paid to make forecasts on the basis of past and present, but events in the real world are driven by dreams of people

Help us linkin more info (and reduce degrees of separation) on the greatest race at
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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

sustainability can only be achieved by simultaneously overturning all top-down professions
this has been hypothesis of alan mitchell's and my system of system exponentials crisis genre ever since we started co-authoring brand and then measuremnt revolution pieces around 1994  (it is also a rerun of the gandhi-einstein-montesorri system transfrmation success story) Gandhi spent 25 years transforming my maternal grandad around - since grandad was chief justice in mumbai originally ordered to imprison gandhi but finally helping write up legalese of india's independence) I would like to know if this TO circulation list feels at least loosely united around this over the next 2 years up to the london olympics as sofia tries to steer empire's most mischievous capital through the eye of the needle (yunus told her at the 69th birthday dialogue she facilitated that london 2012 will be the biggest swarm and jam ever of social business people and happenings; south of the border she is the only person who attended global grameen launch as alan found he couldnt come at the last moment; she also connects with brac, microcreditsummit and youths revolutionary microcredit in kenya jamii bora) apart from dhaka paris (and france) are the only place with unstoppable youth momentum in the search of make the macro down mba relatively worthless compared with the sustainability mba;  all the biggest professions as wall street has shown have sold out to big get bigger, short get shorter, externalise get more exterenalising clients which my father's work since 1976 (entrepreneurial revoklution tge economist dec 25) clarified was where the battle between sustainable global and unsutainablke would be lost or won -hopefully with a joyous denoument of the netgen race to end poverty  about now cheered on by a nobel prize winner paris has explained to my friends that their epicentre is a self-esteem mentor who uses the human element framework and has planted about 500 sustainability masters youth in paris biggest companies if we are agreed its worth ago trusting sofia as the big capital facilitator for job creation netizens to be least degrees of separation from, the next question is who to ask to join next- there is an intersting guy I met a year ago in new york who has repented from designing the worst sort of compound derivatives - shall I try and introduce him? best chris macrae


A Short Future History of Branding and Sustainability


Dear Jean-Noel

Do you have a few minutes to discuss this while I am in Paris on Monday or Tuesday. I am quite happy to dilute my role in the narrative, but the flow not so much.

Since 1991 I have come to know of at least 20 global marketers who are really pissed off (excuse my Anglais) with the direction that got spun round the valuation of branding and marketing.. Thanks to HEC's almost miraculous renewal of French belief in "entrepreneur:" and digital youth's best friends in Bangladesh, there is a window of opportunity to change global media and metrics for the better for 7 billion beings. Or at the very least an urgent worldwide debate is now vaut le voyage.


Chris Macrae  washington dc 301 881 1655


Through, 1976-1988 the world’s largest database of market models examining customer and social needs for international brands was developed. The main resource was collected by two partnering companies- one founded by MIT professors and the other headquartered out of Paris . The professors had created “express’ the first and best database language,  and focused its initial applications on market modelling

What Market Models and Databases Made Knowable About Brands by 1988

Classical one product branding was about to die- as companies went global it was absurd for those such as Unilever to have 5000 different entry-level brand managers each with a different brand within country and by separate product. It was time to make a bonfire of dismal advertising age mantras like Trout and Ries’ Positioning – The Battle for Your Mind. This book argued that branding be operated as all image and no reality- all noisy promise no brand valuation of trust.

In late 1988, I wrote a book World Class Brands questioning what would happen next? I also encouraged parallel conversation’s- eg Today’s editor of The Economist wrote The Year of the Brand. Due to publishing delay the book didn’t come out to early 1991 but this gave me a chance to write an appendix which was about how to cull brands from 5000 to a handful that leaders could work with strategically. This culling was to be facilitated through linking and marrying brands using the many identifiers that each brand’s deep recall came with. What emerged was a practice field I named brand architecture with Gary Hamel’s permission.  In 1993, his book “Competing For the Future” with CK Prahalad talked a lot about strategic architecture. It seemed sensible to encourage boardrooms to see that designing strategy and brand and leadership are inseparably valuable.

Through the next few years, other than my next book that which helped to form the genre of living and learning the brand, books that interested me in terms of questioning revolution in branding were in Europe Kapferer’s and in USA the book co-authored by Joachimsthaler and Aaker.  There were some other deep books on cultural meanings like that of anthropologist McCracken and interesting work on typologies of brands in Netherlands , and doubtless stuff in languages beyond my knowledge.

Within the 10 year period 1998-1998 the practice of branding had changed completely, but the brand valuation algorithms which had been “invented” to suit global accountants around 1988 had not. Ironically around 1994, I was working in the consultancy arm of a Big 5 accountant which concocted a few interviews to make the PR headline: marketing is living a lie in my organisation. Actually global accounting was already losing its Hippocratic oath faster than marketing. So, it turns out if measurement professions are still stuck in the past  - or sponsored by speculators - then an organization can’t design branding to realise win-win-wins for owners, customers and societies – however much the 2 latter groups are marketing’s true responsibility economically and socially.  Before the tv age took over, have another look at the system definition of marketing and innovation that Peter Drucker offered in The Practice of Management. Or ask yourself bite for bite has man and computing ever again made such productive teamworking use of each other as the 1960s race to the moon.

By 1998, the new practice of branding in a world becoming dominated by global markets became remarkably finalised for something that hardly existed a decade earlier. For sure, I understand the internet was just about to mix branding in a revolutionary way but I will leave that to a footnote. What I want to turn to is a very nasty threat to human sustainability caused by this race by professions to be the semi-monopolies of globalization – a race they found sponsorship for in the world’s biggest organisations. This spins exactly opposite dynamics of the assumptions of Adam Smith Free markets or the origin in economics of France ’s definition of the word entreprenur   


A Compound Crisis

System designers may note that communications are about connections, as are accurate flow models of goodwill, transparency and whether a company's unique purpose is being exponentially sustained or shredded. To map the integration of purposeful organisational leadership as a system of productive and demanding relationships – mathematicians would expect the impact metric governing all others at every audit cycle to be one that informs whether the value multiplication being compounded is exponentially up or down. Moreover because most of the relationship quality is Bayesian (already invested in the system) the future exponential being tracked is largely knowable ahead of time, and so proactively governable. Moreover, it turns out that in markets where "people" deliver services or multiply knowledge that this goodwill measure corresponds to  the vast majority of whole value which stock markets aim to represent.  Classical accounting is busy adding up a separate things dataset whose overall proportion of the market value of the company is small, though it does result in one psychologically critical measure cashflow.

Surprisingly, or may be not for historians of whole truth (eg Gandhians) – none of the biggest clients of global professions as we enter the 2010s have access to this exponential maths. It is quite simple stuff provided you accept that multiplication deserves to be a different operand than add. I started testing value multiplier models in 1998 when I was asked by one of the world’s largest ad agencies to model the future value of Andersen as it split from what is now known as Accenture. I was shown interviews of Andersen’s top 100 leaders. It didn’t take a lot of analysis for a systems modeler to conclude  " Chicago we have a problem" There are so many conflicts – even misunderstandings of what different functional groups are assuming – that unless they fix it the compound future value of this firm will be zero.  This will arise because successive failures to deliver true and fair accounting will reduce society’s value of Andersen to zero and even as the value of global client relationship goes up into multiple billions, value multiplying results quite simply produces billions *0 =0,  not  the billions+0 =billions that global accountants’ bottom line assumptions spreadsheet. Note too that for those interested in sustainability double, triple or multiple bottom line accounting isn’t any more responsible if the additive assumption is still ruling.

Today in 2010

World Class Brands as a system design intervention needs to make an urgent comeback if future human sustainability is to be assured by all of us parents, workers and internetworking peoples responsible for the 2010s . Viewing the global financial system crisis as an opportunity, Nobel Laureate Dr Muhammad Yunus has put himself up for the task of assembling 100 of the biggest brand ceos around him and asking them to all free their global markets for sustainability at the same time. Get hold of his forthcoming book – Building Social Business - to decide if you want to join in this leadership party.

Dr Yunus says the 2010s is the most exiting decade ever. We’d agree You and Us not only need sustainability's exponential maths to celebrate this. Having benchmarked sustainability leadership, the tool can be offered professionally by humanitarian friends of Yunus and alumni of his launch of Global Grameen as the world’s favourite global brand partner in sustainability. Why not credit Bangladesh for having done the most to invent sustainability’s system designs? Why not empower youth and job creating entrepreneurs who want to see a win-win-win globalization  blossom designed around microeconomics depth and open interfacing - the way that nature's own evolutionary accounting is compounded.

. The only way humanity is going to move beyond recurring multi-trillion dollar bailouts to sustainability (and above zero sum lifestyles for all our children’s futures) is if whole truth leadership is exponentially valued. The bad and good news is that every solution to a crisis of lost sustainability at a community level begins and ends with reconciliation of this maths error. Yes We Can be just-n-time to return sustainability to future generations but only if exponential maths is used to govern the world’s largest organisations, and that will require the mother of benchmarking movements that probably only someone famous for as much goodwill as Dr Yunus can mediate. It will also require the world’s largest public broadcasters admitting to the non-systemic nightly news coverage of globalisation that they have been propagating. For a dramatic antidote, ask everyone you network with to watch  the extraordinary film “8” produced by


So why didn’t the internet impact brand reality much? Well obviously it changes the mix choices but it hasn’t done much if anything yet to change system misunderstandings. In fact, the collapse of dotcoms went almost unnoticed as something value multiplication predicts. When your brand is webbed into a network of brands its value is wholly at risk to the weakest link. Dismally this also means that the unique purpose of the www as intended by Berners-Lee is now exponentially destructing in spam and other noise.

In most global aspects, people are being conditioned by the internet in the same sort of way that they are by the mass media. Audience numbers of what gets popularity on the net show this, interfaces people use to browse indicate a decline in brain attention, failure of most of our net generation’s most highly paid MBAs to be getting smarter is spotting system bubbles like Wall Street’s demonstrates this. The first decade of millennium 3 would be farcical if it wasn’t tragic – the president of superpower rushing into war over a non-existent threat,  the terrible fact that after tens of billions of global funding the mosquito remains smarter at networking on the ground than the human ...

When you look at the deep micro analysis which database software enabled in the 1980s, and see how little of that type of analysis people use the internet for, it would take a very dreamy person to believe that the internet by itself will transform us back to sustainability trajectories.

Sustainability can only return by ending the world’s greatest maths mistake. Exponential maths needs to be the 5rh R in every kind of school –social, business, 5th grade, 50th grade, all 4 hemispheres.  Value multiplying maths is a solution waiting to be clicked all over the world - appropriate for modeling way above zero-sum. Collaboration partnering can be the new innovation advantage– but only if you will help empower people around the world to get out of lurking as the last call to select sustainability’s way ahead is mediated in the next few years.  


1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution, The Economist, 25 December

2010 Building Social Business, Nobel Laureate Dr Yunus

How soon will social business have an impact on society?

You don't have to change the whole society. If your social business works with only five people, you have invented a seed! Now you can plant it a million times. Grameen Bank got started in a single village with just $27 in loans. Now microcredit is a worldwide movement that helps millions. Social business is beginning the same journey.

The world faces many overwhelming problems, from the environment to infectious diseases to economic collapse. Don't you find this disacouraging?

This is the luckiest generation in history, because we have thousands of opportunities to make the world a better place. If all the problems had already been solved, we'd be saying, "What am I going to do with my life?" Instead, we can choose from almost unlimited options.

Where do ideas for social businesses come from?

Technology creates incredible opportunities. Look at the iPhone with its beautiful touch screen. Someone could use this same technology to solve the problem of illiteracy. By touching the icons, an illiterate woman in Bangladesh—or the United States—could learn words, hear stories, play games, and teach herself to read and write. All that's required is for someone to see the potential.

When leading corporations like Danone, Veolia, BASF, and Intel work with you to develop social businesses, how do you assess their motives?

Many people wonder whether corporations like these are "using" me to enhance their reputations. Actually, I think I am using them. They give the idea of social business immediate legitimacy. Now business people around the world are developing their own ideas for social businesses. So I would say to anyone who wants to support this important cause: Use me, please!

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Sunday, February 28, 2010

Magic years for microeconomists 76 83 97 05 10
Special correspondents from Paris, Dhaka, Dc, London with thanks to senior ed who began microeconomist journalism in Bangladesh (1943) - corrections welcome info

1976 The first in The Economist trilogy of surveys of Entrepreneurial Revolution was published 25 December - it asked for a generation search for a missing hi-trust microsystem of sustainability which it recommended reader, leaders and youth find and open source -before we raced to globally network. A social action team of four led by Dr Yunus started practicising such a system with 60 poorest family per village - in crediting these villagers with the ersponsibility of developing their next generation and community, they co-craeted a community bank, markletplace and knowledge hub. Before vilagers could make productive use of these facilities- surveys showed that 95% of the vilagers sustainabiloity investors were mothers and that they wanted training in 5 people teams for 5 days so that the basics of literacy and compound numeracy and colaboration knowhow around vital interest like health were core to the networks DNA 

1983 Passed in Bangladeshi Law: The world's first constitution for a social business bank - and possibly for any social business as system owned by the poorest with sustable positive cashflow all compound invetsed back in the purpose and productivity of local communities. The final part of The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution quest was written as a book published in successive years in UK, USA, France as a Report on the first 40 years of the Net Generation. Paris Match front cover edition Futur Sera Rose? The opportunity and threat of the net generation was mapped as compounding 10 tomes more or less wealth and health depending on whether we ruled by micro up economics or big brother macro down economics. Entrepreneurial Interdependence was decared: if the net generation were to connect micro up then the simpest communications and leadership goal to unite cuilturtes sans frontiere would be to declare a united race to end poverty. It was forecast that the main years of decision would be around 2010. If maps of globalisation were to go exponential up (Yes We Can ask the biggest social business broadcatsers - then and now the BBC and India's DD ) a reality tv program hosted by a Nobel Laureate would need to reach a billion people with the navigation request to start collaboratively clicking where 30000 replicable solutions of community crises have been found and can be open sourced to empower service and knowhow in analagous communities in desperate need.

1997-2009 The greatest use of summit meetings and continuous networks began in 1997 as - all the system of system dynamics built into this extraordinary process of humanty need checklisting but our favourotes include:

declaration of a big hairy goal -reach 100 million families with banking fir the poorest in uder a decade and work out goals for 2005 to be announced 2000 as Millennium Goals

like other world summits famous people come but to celebrate practitioners in the field not for themselves to be celebrated by the media

invite eg 12 welcoming panels representing different constituencies of youth and world banking to do the continuous open research so that each summit built on learning curves of past and networks old and new could join in the celebrations

except during the summit itself have the secretariat lean and led by one consistently trusted prson who would also be the understated publicit agent for the local heores; the summit should rotate its annual gatherings across 4 hemispheres with an occasional world summit if a nation's leader wanted to guest hoist that for the world; in effect the constitution of the microcreditsummit was a social business system entrusted to the 100 million families it would reach in its first decade and exponentially rising aftre that

96-97 Back in London-DC a worldwide one-year long internet jam was hosted by journalistsforhumanity and worldclassbrands. This invited posing of the biggest questions on organising creativity now that the world's most pursposeful systems of productive and demanding relationship can be energised and sustained both by real and virtual entrepreneurial flows - and will need transparency maps of trilliondolllar networks = system**N

05 The mentoir of many hundred of France's most deeply trained sustainability masters invited Yunus and Riboud and Credit Agricole to lunch. The conseqeunce was the best thing since Ftance coinded entreprenmeur and entrprenons around 1800. It helped Dr YUnus bridge his first 30 years of learning and leading micro social business lifestyle designs into a global sustanability game. Of what have become identified as the first 12 Colaboration parthers - 3 were stimulated at that lunch:
CP8 Goodwill Global Corporation Danone
CP9 Sustainability University Epicentre HEC
CP7 how to invite place leaders - to be Sarkozy and Hirsch - to help youth brand entrepreneurship and collaboration antion with Bangladesh. It is not known whether the rep fo Credit Agricole came up with the bon mots - time for Micro Bangla to takeover Big Bang. A year later microcreditsummit and Yunus efforts were rewarded with CP5 World Stage Nobel Prize.
These 4 collaboration partnering dynamics were what Dr Yunus need to declare that 2010s decade of Joyful sustainabiity renaiisance can be when and how youth changes elders mndsets by ensuring that brands they consume or wear or worldwide gossip are thoise that free global markets to wholly value sustainability

2010 Towards end of 2009 Yunus hosts lunch of Global Grameen with 100 alumni

The rest as microeconomists say is future-history  and you can read all about it - and decide what your social busiess peers can do about it -and celebrate 12 collaboration partnering games in any of te greatest sustainbility goals of 202020 in the new YUnUSbook coming out in 2010  Better yet if you are lucky enough to be French or to visit france you can atend 3000 youth meetings hosted by Danone Communities and understand DigiYouth Job Creation Empowerment CP11 - see and as two of the early showcases of Job Creation Social Business by and for youth, the later co-sponsored by the association of family foundations IsabellaWM est Valentines Day 1997

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Net Futures - The 2024 Report

Back in 1984 , Norman Macrae wrote "The 2024 Report: a future history of the next 40 years". It was the first book to:


  • provide readers with a brainstorming journey of what people in an internetworking world might do
  • predict that a new economy would emerge with revolutionary new productivity and social benefits enjoyed by all who interacted in a net-connected world


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

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