Future of BBC presents around sustainability world in 50 clicks -1 Public media 2 health FreeEdu..


 8 September 2014 Declaration of International Scots Interdependence with 7 billion human entrepreneurs

we the free peoples and diaspora of SCOTLAND invite millennials and women to free markets in line with adam smith's valuation of communities starting with the market of public broadcasting - which henceforth will investigate the sustainable job creation capacity of every market that we scots can help link rpund worldwide service- since we are the largest trainers of nurses for the UK national health service our first market freedom project we seek worldwide youth and women empowerment partners in is the free nursing college goal to linkinkin 500 million jobs of health


500 million jobs to be created by free nursing college -IF you help 2030now


notes from young sustainability society of valuetrue.com

Can you help informal alumni of coursera design 7 wikis on next half billion jobs 
-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 






..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

In 1943, The Economist's centenary biography explained theintergenerational  lesson of true and fair reporting - staying locally grounded (observing from the bottom up) however global your reporting compass. Over the next 70 yerar mass media and global professionalism completely lost this most valuable correspondence lens. While it is not difficult to see why commercial tv pied pipered off this way, why did the BBC world service? In case you have any doubts how far we need to backtrack before we see the world in ways that would be true and fair to report 7 billion livelihhods-try out some of the clicks below




help wanted in identifying more of the regions top 100 investors in 2010s= worldwide youth's most productive decade


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who do you tour 2010s as youths most productuive decade with? dannyboyle chrispatten butler-sloss marianowak tomhunter georgesoros bernerslee michael palin

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

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


What would world miss without Chris Patten


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


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


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


Next youth collaboration challenges

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

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


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


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


Tim Berners Lee - the worldwide web

Michael Palin cross-cultural guide to worldwide joy



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



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 grameen - the first case of economics ...a worldwide schools resource  for net generation's productivity

i believe the logics below can be edited so that leading networks of 2010s= youths most productive decade can decide whether grameen case is central to youth's involvements with their most exciting illennium goals; it will make it easier for me to debate with Chris Patten what purpose of the BBC is most valuable to trust www.futureofbbc.com (the number 1 change issue i have constantly asked london hubbers and be the change to address since 2005)

Why The Economist's Unacknowledged Giant recommended Grameen as the first economics case for schools

Normal Macrae's obituary in The Economist in June 2010 called him the unacknowledged giant. His optimistic reporting of humanity was caused by being mentored by Maynard Keynes that economics designs the peoples' futures but depends on what logics are valued as axiomatic

Norman's writings at The Economist - the cultural lens journalist used at The Economist during the second half of the 20th century were framed by 2 axioms

A nation/place cannot sustain growth unless its capital is structured so that family's savings are invested in their next generation's productivity. Norman's 1954 book on The London Capital Market provides chapter and verse. Historically it was timely as London's industrial revolution had planted most of the developed world's laws and financial instruments. Futurewise this book became a source for Norman's forty years of leadership challenges including 3000 editorials. THese became branded in the 2 genres of entrepreneurial revolution and future history of the net generation genre which he focused on from 1972. They script in practical details most of the changes that economists would need to make to historic rules if globalisation is not to collapse the worldwide financial system of 2010s

Norman framed his writings n future human purposes around the idea that The Net Generation to 2024 would face change on a scale never previously experienced by our human race. To prevent risks and celebrate job creating opportunities Norman proposed in his 1984 book (The 2024 Report) that the world should unite around youth's most exciting millennium goal. He explained why economics would design the most popular futures if the goal was chosen as racing to end poverty everywhere. Reasons included: its possible, its exciting, it creates jobs post-industrial generation will need to design around collaborative technology, it can empower youth to joyfully unite cultures as we become borderless (more connected than separated), it aligns economics principles with nature's exponentially (compounding) rules of evolutionary selection which are community-up and open.

Norman viewed Grameen Bank as te extraordinary entrepreneurial innovation of being both a investment bank representing the 8 million poorest rural mothers in the world and a everyday savings and loans process designed around the 2 most value multiplying principles. Heloved the idea that the biggest bet the worlod's poorest women made was being first (1996) to bring mobilisation of the internet to the villages. When Norman's 85th birthday party in London St James celebrated Dr Yunus as guest of honor and leading pro-youth economist, Yunus 2 most economically innovative messages were 1) change stockmarkets and 2) invest in youth celebrating the worldwide race to poverty museums.

Logically and practically if children around the world study Bangladesh's Grameen as the first economics case study then we/they can optimalise designing futures peoples most want everywhere now that all human productivities can be freed by million times more collaboration technology than when industrial age man raced to the moon in the 1960s.

Macrae reference http://normanmacrae.ning.com/  contact point chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk


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

FREEMARKET  Role - Freedom to co-produce futures peoples wants


What would world miss without Danny Boyle


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


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

Next youth collaboration challenges


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

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

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

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


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

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What could happen if the bbc valued what societies want most?

 The Job Creating Olympics - Purpose of the number 1 public broadcaster

A lifetime of research shows societies want their next generation to have productive opportunities they didnt have- so why couldn't the bbc make the search for job creation and community sustainability the most exciting topic its ever covers




now that the bbc  - as well as the british public - has had a fortnight of olympics joy, why not take happiness to a new level. Is the BBC capable of celebrating being free of 17 years of bad news journalism going on at murdoch companies - not just the allegedly criminal  hacking but the deal (recently reporter by Bloomberg media) that murdoch had with china to use al his opinion leader networking to put down bbc world service journalism at every opportunity

Changing Economics www.erworld.tv/id133.html The introduction of the international Microbank was the last great act of government before government grew much less important. It was not a conception of policy-making governments at all, but emerged from the first computerised town meeting of the world.By 2005 the gap in income and expectations between the rich and poor nations was recognised to be man's most dangerous problem. Internet linked television channels in sixty-eight countries invited their viewers to participate in a computerised conference about it, in the form of a series of weekly programmes. Recommendations tapped in by viewers were tried out on a computer model of the world economy. If recommendations were shown by the model to be likely to make the world economic situation worse, they were to be discarded. If recommendations were reported by the model to make the economic situation in poor countries better, they were retained for 'ongoing computer analysis' in the next programme.In 2024 it is easy to see this as a forerunner of the TC conferences which play so large a part in our lives today, both as pastime and principal innovative device in business. But the truth of this 2005 breakthrough tends to irk the highbrow. It succeeded because it was initially a rather downmarket network television programme. About 400 million people watched the first programme, and 3 million individuals or groups tapped in suggestions. Around 99 per cent of these were rejected by the computer as likely to increase the unhappiness of mankind. It became known that the rejects included suggestions submitted by the World Council of Churches and by many other pressure groups. This still left 31,000 suggestions that were accepted by the computer as worthy of ongoing analysis. As these were honed, and details were added to the most interesting, an exciting consensus began to emerge. Later programmes were watched by nearly a billion people as it became recognised that something important was being born.These audiences were swollen by successful telegimmicks. The presenter of the first part of the first programme was a roly-poly professor who was that year's Nobel laureate in economics, and who proved a natural television personality.  Changing communications, and what makes people distant, bossy etcTelecommunications are now recognised as the third of the three great transport revolutions that have, in swift succession, transformed society in the past two hundred years. First, were the railways; second the automobile; and third, telecommunications-attached-to-the-computer, which was bound to be the most far-reaching because in telecommunications, once the infrastructure is installed, the cost of use does not depend greatly on distance. So by the early years of the twenty-first century brainworkers - which in rich countries already meant most workers - no longer need to live near their work.

All three revolutions were opposed by the ruling establishments of their time, and therefore emerged fastest where government was weak. All three brought great new freedoms to the common man, but the railway and motor-car ages temporarily made access to capital the most important source of economic power. As most men and women did not like being bossed about by capitalists who could become more powerful because they were born stinking rich, they voted to give greater economic power to governments during the railway and motor-car ages. This was economically inefficient, and also made tyrannies more likely and more terrible

Why not just do it? Free not just speech, but iterative debates of economics from the duopoly of government and corporation. As Keynes concluded in his most famous work - the opportunity of economics is to design the futures peoples want, but the risk is narrow top-down interests take over and rule economics in a way that dstroys futures societies want. Since world war 2 economists have computed num bers that assign zero value to what youth or society wants most- chnage this error and wants like job creation become possible again . Let peoples debate any future they care passionately about http://valuechain.ning.com - what's the most exciting purpose the corresponding global and local market could be designed around?


Why not help search out the 1000 famous identities that are most valued by society? Celebrate them with free ads to counter all the share of voice paid for by identities who claim they cant afford to be responsible for sustaining the greatest purposes societies want. For example the carpet manufactirer interface is a heroic identity as it challenges any manufacturer to adopt a smei-generation journey to zero carbon and celebrate profitability of being the leader of doing good. Why are biogpraphies of such good news identities never shown on public tv?

Why not train news analysts that 20th century economist greatest mistake was to exclude societies greatest needs from every valuation they reported?


Get reality tv producers onto making collaboration entrepreneur exciting - not so much the way the dragon's den money grabbers analyse things perhaps more the way of the apprentice


Why not televise student entrepreneur competitions which celebrate students leading academics back into society to innovate desperately needed social solution as franchsies that could be openly replicated and community owned. To start the new year 2013 , 12000 youth entreprenurs will congregate live to celebrate such a competition in tokyo, will the bbc cover this good news and bring it over to the uk (the way it once did but mistranslated dragons den)


Why not cover good news of africa eg the joie de vivre of africa's 24's search for 40 hi-trust eladers of 40 sectors the continent nees to be self-suficient in


Why not help superstars linkin to one heroic community generating interest - the worlds end fashion designer has a great idea


Why not make the 3 by one billion jobs races as popular to provide update maps to as the weather forecast




.Community jobs are those that invest in family and community so that whichever global village a child is born in, she or he has a fair chance to grow up healthy and job-creating. Norman journalised how the quarter century 1940-1965 started to destroy community jobs in the West due to huge growth in top-down government, taxes spent on armed forces and a tv advertising whose accidental impact was a loss of championing real communities. Conversely in the developing world, Norman knew from his father--in-law's quarter of a century work with Mahatma Gandhi that lack of bottom-up community infrastructure is what causes so many children being born into poverty's traps. Essential hi-trust professions that every community needs to celebrate to be sustainable are: medics, teachers and bankers. Moreover youth need these people to be there, empowering from the grassroots up,  not just ruling from Capital cities. Green Jobs- the 20th century's most ignorant economic bias was caused by not costing for how more and more was being extracted unsustainably from next generation's access to clean water, nutritious food, sustainable climate and recycling of waste. Moreover the compound risks of the petrochemical age were neither understood in terms of how much they have destroyed nature's capital nor understood in terms of security of nations. On the positive side solar infrastructure scales economically starting with the hottest places and poorest peoples that have never  been connected to an electricity grid.

Million times more collaboration ought to make the net generation the most productive time to be alive but only if the father of computing von neumann's logics about the imperative of developing multi-win models are wholly valued by all professions and place leadership's ruling constitutions. So far, not one global profession has addressed this innovation in a whole truth (systemic) way ,.and big bankers have been rewarded for specialising in the most vicious zero-sum games ever compounded.. As Keynes reported "increasingly the world is ruled only by economics" - borderless youth needs to know that democracy itself is a dream if economists are ruling over sacrificing any place's long-term sustainability exponentials to short-term extraction.


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Friday, February 11, 2011

Example of 45 days concept: we aim to progress the exciting opportunity that can be cerated by the uk prime minister royal family and bank of England asking the country’s 4 most serious pro-youth bankers to do a benchmarking tour of grameen within 45 days - with bbc community building journalists and entrepreneurs  embedded. (eg Dragons Den, Choir, Chefs)

First issue of journal of social business out next week with 3000 sampling to leaders of dr yunus choice. Rough texts of most papers at  http://www.worldcitizen.tv/id35.html and include Dr Yunus paper pated below

All errors in reporting mine alone. All credits everyone else involved.

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 - 8 visits - Feb 7 Jul 7, 2009 ... Paul Rose visits Bangladeshi villages, field projects, and schools; ... By 1983 he had started Grameen Bank; in 2006 he received the Nobel ...

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Friday, January 14, 2011

thos piece reminds me of an extreme dereliction of duty to be the peopels champion of bbc from yesteryear - it was nowhere to be found in giving full share of voice to questioning the proposal in the 1990s to turn most uk building societies into banks- if we hadnt done that we would not have found  te 2000s ending : the UK economy has contracted by up to 60% when measured in terms of both the losses of banks and the re-rating of the pound as biggest currency loser

By Paul Gosling

November 19 2010

The relationship between cause and effect is usually a fascinating one — and often also a cruel one. Severe distress and economic hardship being felt in the villages of Andhra Pradesh in Southern India is a case in point.

Many small businesses are on the point of ruin because their credit lines are drying up. This might seem surprising, given the fast rate of industrial growth in India over recent years — much of it in Andhra Pradesh. And one of the reasons for that growth has been the availability of microcredit, the provision of which has increased at a rate of about 70 per cent a year in recent times.

Now many of the microcredit lenders are using rough tactics to call in their loans. There are two primary reasons for this. One is that those institutions are finding it harder to borrow money on the international markets to re-lend to small borrowers. But the other factor is one that this column has warned about in the past — the takeover by profit-orientated businesses (with investors demanding high returns) of a market sector that was pioneered by mutuals.

The Grameen Bank founded by Muhammad Yunus was, and still is, a true mutual. It transformed much of rural life in Bangladesh, improving vastly the quality of life for many thousands of women, in particular. But its success in starting small and becoming vast led to many traditional banks and even a few Del Boy entrepreneurs to see a new market opportunity.

Around the world, some of the largest banks have loaned to microcredit institutions. Some of those institutions are legitimate, others are little more than loan sharks masquerading as friends of the small trader. What we are now seeing in Andhra Pradesh is the long-standing relationship between lenders and poor borrowers falling apart — it’s a case of pay up or else. Extortionate penalty interest rates are being accompanied by physical extortion.

The situation in Andhra Pradesh has reached a crisis, with thousands of small rural businesses on the point of collapse. Lenders themselves are faced by a worsening problem as rumours among borrowers are leading to increasing rates of defaults as borrowers begin to expect the state government to take over the microfinance institutions to prevent their closure. 

Large banks operating in India fear they could lose billions of dollars if the sector goes in to meltdown. In Andhra Pradesh alone — and the problem has spread much more widely than one state — there are $2.7 billion (£1.6bn) in outstanding microloans, affecting 6.7 million borrowers.

This crisis was predicted and warned against by Muhammad Yunus, who suggested that too many big organisations were moving into the sector, motivated only by the potential high returns and that it had become very vulnerable to credit loss arising from the global financial crisis. His warnings have now come true. The related fear must now be that the many mutual microcredit institutions will be unfairly blamed for a crisis not of their making.

Meanwhile, it has become clearer what is intended for another sector of mutuality that is suffering from changes in the financial environment that are largely not of its own making. The proposal from Kent Reliance Building Society and the private equity house JC Flowers is for the KRBS business to be transferred into a PLC, which is jointly owned by KRBC and JC Flowers. That PLC vehicle could be used to buy-up other financial institutions — possibly starting with Northern Rock and going on to takeover various building societies — and subsequently to float, with JC Flowers selling its stake at that time. 

This arrangement would be intended to produce a significant return for JC Flowers. Possibly KRBS would also be quids in. One advantage of the structure is that it allows substantial additional equity investment into the operations of KRBS, thus enabling it to meet the requirements of UK and global financial regulators. 

It is the obligation of those regulators — not least under the Basel III requirements now agreed — to increase capital liquidity that has driven this review of financial structures. The capital liquidity requirements are very damaging to mutuals, which can meet them by either building-up retained profits (which typically takes a long time), or else by demutualising.

KRBS has gone for a different approach, using a hybrid structure that involves partial demutualisation. It is a model similar to that adopted in France by Credit Agricole and Credit Mutuel, which are generally regarded as co-operative/mutual banks, despite being partially owned by outside shareholders.

Whether KRBC’s moves amount to progress or defeat for the mutual and co-operative sector is a matter of interpretation and personal viewpoint. It also depends on what the alternative is. It is, by some way, better than KRBS being closed down for want of liquidity. If I were a member of KRBS, I’d want to understand very clearly the financial position of KRBS before I voted on the proposal and I would consider whether other options were available.

I’ve never been a fan of hybrid forms of mutuality. It feels like a means of managed decline. Worse still, this particular hybrid vehicle could be a Trojan horse to swallow many other parts of the traditional mutual sector. Please excuse me if I don’t join the celebrations.

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a good question I dont know the answer to is what 5 webs to click to in order to see the most social business cases

grameen's own view is www.yunuscentre.org;

 in an extremely messy log of yunus partherships I have http://futurecapitalism.ning.com/forum/topics/help-us-catalogue-first-50

the other 2 great banks of social business cases are brac and jamii bora - you wont quickly get a complete listing of their 30 or so social businesses from www.brac.net www.jamiibora.org (to which  lesley is an experienced guide )

within microcredits there are about 5 other social business inspired aps - fonkoze in haiti ...

before 2005 most social business were designed locally (only after 2005 yunus paris lunch did international partners join in replication)

france's offer of 4 global partners at one lunch - HEC Danone, Credit Agricole, employment ministry of french gov - changed yunus focus on this and remains world leader at global social business partnering and funds that invewst in locakl social busienss - the cases will be somewhere in www.danonecommunities.com

education, health, clean energy, infotech for the poor -these are 4 foci where there always have been lots of organic social businesses even if neither yunus or the originators call temselves that - you will get a good energy sample at http://www.ashdenawards.org ( I dont feel able to suggest first home page of the other 3 apps)

open clearing house collections of social business sort of stopped when yunus appointed www.grameencl.com as his only authorised educator of sb cases; however 2011 will

re-open this issue as the value of yunus to the world of exciting 2010s is a lot more than a few in wiesbaden can diffuse; my dads and my logic since 1984 as first journalists of teh net strongly support the model where every city with youth future in mind has their own gateway

I believe the portal approach of paris is number 1 way

glasgow has a unique shot at codifying the new economics being only ckity let alone country with 2 yunus university partners, as well as adam smith's seat

new york with monica yunus www.singforhope.org  and nearby sam's 3 summit networks www.results.org www.microcreditsummit.org   (these are the greatest peoples summit processes ever sustained and are arguably sb in their own right) is absolutely ctritical the more so any freedom of yunus to be a nationkl strategist of Bangladesh out of dhaka gets political

royal leadership of sb partners is mediated out of madrid, and when norway has its head on: nobel leadership there including one hopes the end of the economics nobel prize as that separation from peace has done endless harm

italy has a shot of helping eu to sb update its 21st C if it has any future that is

other youth capitals need to decide:  do they hub a hybrid of the above or is there a missing colaboration way into sb knowledge as connecting exciting net generation that they can innovate; london's job is to take back enough of the bbc not go be scared to celebrate sb as its own model  and value to world service is an SB!  http://www.futureofbbc.com/



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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Good News Decade - searching for premiuer league of 100 million job collaboration entrepreneurs


Global Village networkers Yunus and Jack Ma challenged each other to a collaboration of who could develop the larger part of 100 million jobs first 18 months back; unfortunately the 2 governments are not yet hurrying this along- this is a story every issue of journal of social business needs to get 3000 leaders ready for imo!


yes I would go a million miles to be a fly on the wall of any meetings actioning ma and yunus and others leaders games once they begin- probably the best single stimulus of entrepreneurial revolutionaries that I have been able to search; ALSO interested in whether anyone thinks the 100 million job creation blue economy recommednation of gunter pauli is for real -especailly when UNEP seems to be edited out of kenya



now we need ideas on how to help hub tv partners and notimeleft  (hot movie yunus 3000 meeting of danonecommunites previewed last feb) reverse take over the bbc (probably a 2 year project if 2010s is going to be exciting); if anyone wants to either suggest a web to take in or out of the 50 clicks around the world tour that I will soon have linked up at future of BBC -please say; also if underneath you and your web want to be referenced as a tour guide to this amazing race out of your region in the world please say


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What is the Future Purpose of?

Your inputs welcome for this survey  by  Journal of Social Business and WCB (valuing greatest purpose of, sustainability of, ownership of0

Free Market

For 7 billion people including children or others with no money or power

For those with a little more than nothing –ie the silent majority of a region or virtual network


To invent in community’s capacity to advance prospects of next generation notably job creation

Invest in a place’s suatinable devlopment

Economics & rules professions



Disaster Relief & communities other most urgent emergency services




Retail channels

Government including egov


Land including safe home

Other manufacturing

Other service

Other knowledge networking

Developed Nation in Netgens most exciting decade

Developing Nation in NetGens most exciting decade







Purpose Compounding


SB100 (pre & post netgen)


UNIVERSITY OF STARS (change media models)

Peoples summit models














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Celebrating 40 Years AgoIn 1971, on the future of finance, NM wrote:The rich countries of the world are probably going to go into balance of payments deficits with the poor ones. Most of our international financial mechanisms are prepared for the opposite. Are multinational companies going to be an efficient means of exporting capital around the world? There is a fine old muddle about this arising out of a lack of discrimination between the effects of a) different countries' balances of payments, and b) the mobilisation of savings. The consequences will be important for the future of banking business over the next two to four decades. It may even be that on this unexpected hinge that the fate of the whole interantional economic system will swing.The Next 40 Years 1972-2012, The Economist/ Norman 1971I am pretty sure my dad had a systems exponentials method as a journaliser of the future history of the second half of the 20th C not luck. If you use such methods, please share.

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