from part 1 of 5
if historans in 2050 write up yunus 5 biggest A achievements and<
5 biggest D dreams that didnt quite happen what will they be?
-eg A1 end theoertical economics taking college students out into village to co-create job creating solutions-
D1 failed to turn coast of bangladesh into superport uniting pro-youth economies of china india and bangladesh
(see growing up with giants and benchmark impacts of globalyouthcommunity of supercitiy

Breaking News Spring 2015 IN which trillion dollar markets can france and grameeHEC free purpose of Muhammad Yunus and Sustainability Millennials?

With Italy and Spain, France leads what goodwill Europeans spread with Catholic Culture- and Pope Francis is very clear how anti-youth (and errant) macroeconomics and the EU has come. Markets that are not audit around Preferential Option Poorest are not sustainable- nor are politicians who fail to value their main regulatory purpose as ending inequality.Whats stopping the miillennials generation in France leading national and global debates on this rather than waiting for rowing politicians who are never entrepreneurially ahead  of sustainability's intergenerational exponentials. After all French enlightenment coined the word entrepreneur- because what entrepreneurs value most is almost exactly the opposite of the politician. We trust that is as embedded in the french version of these words as it is obvious to your auld ally the scots  Can we link YOUTH DIARIES OF SOCIAL BUSINESS 2005-2015 & #2030now

PARIS calling Millennials www
Nutrition and all food value
 chains security - grameen partnerships with danone and credit agricole could have linkedin worldwide millennials interested in celebrating these markets sustainability

Water. Waste, Energy - Veolia and Schneider Partnerships couid have led worldwide millennials transformations of these markets

 the UN has called 2015 and the transformation form millennial goals the biggest in its history - and paris hosts at least 2 seminar 2015 events:
septembers convergences 2015
december UN climate sustainability summit

Furthermore Paris' main branch of the UN is :UNESCO; /juːˈnɛsk/) is a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN). Its purpose is to contribute to peace and security by promoting international collaboration through education, science, and culture in order to further universal respect for justice, the rule of law, and human rights Does UNESCO see 2015 in same way as UN-the year of facilitating biggest change in its existence. The Ted Turner family (who made their money mediating with CNN) ave invested over a billion dollars in making UK partnering wings more accessible to millennials turning impossible to possible. Their final review of the success of this takes place in Atlanta November 2015 with tens of thousands of youth and over 20 Nobel peace laureates. Will French millennials be well represented  
............................................................................Changing every anti-youth economic (job destroying) policy of European Union- 

How the most vital university missing curriculum needed to be the opposite of the MBA .
HECk  Isnt it time that all entrepreneurs united collaboratively  in asking what are we teaching wrongly about innovation that the net generation needed to mediate differently from the industrial age if sustainability let alone end poverty were to be real goals not greenwashing

 .............................................................................................................................................................................................Developing investment funding in most sustainable future purpose of each of these and other trillion dollar markets?

At we ask youth to compare which future capitals are twinning most with millennials sustainable futures- back in 2005 France/Paris launched a world lead on this with Youth and Yunus -where is it today?

Lets assume starting with 2005 meetings with Yunus at HEC - you agree that France was way ahead in inviting joyful millennials debate on one or all of the above critical markets purposes -over time what caused the impact to be less than it could have been? 

Are there urgent and mobilising ways empowering 1 millennials to get back to lead these social business orbits? 



welcome to - a research project sponsired by family of The Economist's pro-youth economist Norman Macrae;

with 10000 youth we started this tv web in 2005 to understand from 20 interviews with yunus and inside grameen bank:

how to share massive youth job creation and women empowerment around the planet -coming soon The GG World Record Book of Job Creation


Extract from World Record Book of Job Creation - commons rights asserted by macrae Family and partners -contact washingtin dc 301 881 1655


 In this book future identifies with what can be imagined. mapped and sustainably exchanged from that moment of worldwide evolution when the vast majority of people have access to mobile connectivity. By this we include all cultures, demographics especially the poorest or those "villagers" with the least structural resources (eg no electricity, no running water, before mobile neither telecommunications nor roads). It turns out the poorest - or those who mediate to empower them - make the most valuable uses of enjoying mobile connectivity - they hear for the first time about advance dangers (eg weather or plagues), they access information on which markets small producers can sustain a quality/value advantage, their families are excited to action learn -to bridge to the worldwide

Imagine means being free to discuss breakthrough  ideas of most communal joy

Map means designing system foundations to linkin all that would be needed for the idea to flow

Sustainable exchanges involve intergenerational timespans, exponential metrics  for valuing effective, efficient, non-externalising and expandable ways of serving each other to include everyone (the opposite of what planners in industrial age strategised top down and as externalisation across borders to those who had the least access on what was at risk )

In this book history means before imagining, mapping, exchanging a world of 7 billion being mobile connectedness. Many of  our early 21st C world's most valued solutions are still anchored in pre-digital foundations and cultural mores -  social diversities need to be honored even as technology accelerates access to the future of the  human lot.  For better or worse, we are no longer beings disconnected by the historical costs of distance. There could be 10 times more for every human livelihood to indteract but that will only happen if open source and bordeless knowledge trades/services are integrated into everyone's livelihood development.

In our search for world record job creators 2015-2030, we have particularly valued bridgers- not the game of top job creators is one each pesrons spocial network can customise


Muhammad Yunus is probably the simplest of the world top job creators to catalogue in terms of greatest future and historical job creating ideas. Have a first guided tour - and by all means tell us what we have left out. We see his role as most connected human with 1000 concepts most exciting youth - a valuable antidote to trillion dollars a year ad agents spend rehearsang concepts that are at best marginal improvements to being human , and are at worst spinning big brotherdom's end to human sustainability






 Tour of most joyful YUNUS INNOVATIONS - Pre-digitalTour of Yunus most joyful innovations - digitalOpen Learning Campus 43rd year of net genration studies begun The Economist 1972


Village mothers' jobs-training loans linked to own community market and savings -mothers ownership of network served by barefoot young bank managers

related - jobs-creating educators village children and village mothers need 

Worldwide Branding of Intergenerational investment bank -  as of 1996 the natural grassroots partner for syndicate converging round grameenphone and leapfrog transformations. Potential for most worldwide goodwill linking in brand partnerships most valued by millennials

-idea operated as grameenphone but brand ownership structure not legally constituted for yunus long term leadership

 MOOCYUNUSWe need to converge as many of tabled routes as possible, while the window of opportunity is open to millennials to design their 21st C's most collaborative missions impossible

Most trusted mission driven network ever locally designed round women with 60 by 60 weekly last mile service

Leapfrog model for green energy for off grid villagers  benchmark case

Bostonandyunus1 Collaboration Revolution: elearning Platforms -10 times more economical ways of action individual and networked knowhow include:


Khan academy

Coursera on-demand and Open Learning Campus

MIT open edu; reclaim our learning; edx; berners  lee


Nutrition self-services -attaching a market garden to every village banking centre

Next cashless bank a billion - idea implemented by others  2 Jobs-apps networks and women4empowerment platforms include

telecentres for jobs

nanocredit for jobs

whichever blend of organisation is going to become chief investor in microfranchises (microbank? microeducator? micromobile owner,

Health, Safety and Rights services in the form of award winning economical cyclone proof hut

Womens telecentres  movement -idea led by others

 GrameenScotland  SinoScotland FutureofBBC world service: 3 nations whose citizens are (with their access to worldwide diasporas) shaking up independence eg the importance of the scotland debate-elearning shows how the most abundantf 21st world trade needs to be directly between borderless citizens; time to mediate whole truth that top-down bureaucrats and bankers of borders spin our greatest risks

3a in other cases citizens are mass scaling curriculum - austraila 10 thousands girls of financial literacy and million green energy action learners network

Communal family-loving identity built round promise to primary school all children and providing secondary scholarships

Mobile learning movements - for most practices led by others but active connector of nearly free nursing college

Background to yunus number 1 personal gpal since nobel prize - health partnerships - good start with greenchildren and aravind and some early pilots through wonrd congress but urgent needto relinkin with open health learning campus

 4 Celebrate collaboration Search  for partners for missing curriculum

South Africa world leaderon literacies of entrepreneurship (main partner branson), coding (main partner google africa), self-empowerment main partner (maharishi), financial literacy (various partners aligning small business life long learning and apprenticeship redesign); internal partner now whole schooling system of 14 million children; typical best twin capital partners ihubs founded by open source import-export


Alfatoun financial literacy - while nearly 100 national partners - brac is most massive scaling one


From late 1980s engaging westerners ,and worldwide opinion, in beyond-aid bottom-up models of southern NGOs

Nation's most social impactful entrepreneur cheers monthly youth micriventures competition -implemented

 5a curriculum of leapfrogging - map back what knowledge is needed in next billion gamechangers - mobile phones, energy off grid, cashless banking,- what knowhow needs to be exactly opposite to pre-digital's conventions


5b practice professional areas need to be connected with young professional networks -and total value chain movement celebrated by jim kim and world youth summits Twin cities in a movement more valued than any sporting olympics). These include:

next half billion jobs of free nursing college

next half billion jobs of clean energy college

next half billion jobs of job-creating economics and multi-win business-social models

pope's public service of ending inequality curricula and need to take beyond religion -why wouldnt club or romes 15th annual nobel pace and youth summit converge on this


Staging poverty museum race since 1995 as most exciting millennials goals movement. A leader of the southern ngo movement beyond-aid and beyond the accidental de[endency consequencies that non-sustainable charities trickle down

Twin capitals youth jobs olympics to be more valued than any sporting world cup - partner invitations made yo potential funders but in beta-testing (currently not linked into other 20230 now summits nor open elearning networks) 

Related greenchildren; Sing for hope

 World leaders of university of stars model:    fashion4development and jik kim linked 6 the ultimate hidden agendas is that 20th c peoples gave away monopolies of being ruled over by professions of separation; professions of ending externalisation and compounding risks on to least socially connected must end now as this is integral to any whole truth millennial goals race to end poverty

As pre-digital age closes, the simplest goodwill multiplying bank anchored around increasing liveihoods of poorest voilage mothers and ;potentials of their next generation. Made the idea famous that the safest pre-digital owner of portfolio of microfranchises needs to be a financial services institution, (Query post digital do mobile or educational relationships need to be pivotal?)

One of sustainability investment world's purest models - but while the purset in imaging each global market's most humanly sustaoinable purpose it can be under-resourced for preventing risks and keeping out badwilled coopetition -at some localities

7 OLA the unexpected- eg now that India has proven that almost any illiterate adult can be helped to read a newspaper within a month- how does that change all formal education of literacy?  


Idea of bangladesh as china's nbest knowledge exhnange partner - bangladesh at 35 when this idea was foirts debated by yunus was known as open university opf microcredit and social business mdoels- the fastest racer to milennial goals starting from the bottom. There were many microfranchsies china could have applied to its won need to help the rural population race to end poverty- conversely yunus needed eg china's megaport knowhow to develop cox's bazaar



Idea of direct knowledge exchanges between bangladesh wizard tech youth and other nations - eg kenya now has best model on that see ihub

-best bangla case grameen intel dhaka branch ; best worldwide case from developing nation - kenya's ihub' best case from most resourced nnations circle of labs at MIT including media, d. water , and from 2014 d-scaling eg masterclass of polak



Idea of companies benchmarking greatest partnerships in tehnology as better way of marketing than greenwashing . Never got critical mass though a few brave cases led by grameen danone -great experuments in possiblity of local milk busienss but maybe ahead  of 3d printing manufactyre revolution - link in to infant snack bars china

 Could have led search for top 20 crops with sepcial quality adavantages for smaller farms - japan beans partebrship seems to be only one yunus has





Exercise discuss what opportunities and threats compound around Grameen Microcredit system as the in the human race's united goal to end poverty



Safest and most inspiring banking system for empowering pre-digitalwomen networking to end poverty and build community


Became laboratory for ownership by the poorest of hundreds of microfranchise. We define a franchise as a financially sustainable model of how a team delivers a local service that once perfected can be replicated across communities. However unlike a service macrofranchise like Mcdonalds that sucks profit out of each community every quarter, a microfranchise is designed so that the value produced wholly or mainly stays with the workers and in the community served



Ask about  such exportation details as:


Motivation  and reach of barefoot bankers? Grameen was demanding unique dedication to service -one connected with energising communal pride and personal passion spending a bank manager's life on building the rural nation.. Also serving 3600 families weekly on foot worked most economically  in Bangladesh's peculiarly densely populated  "rural" conditions


 Whether national regulation permit such a savings structure?: the truth is that the new nation's government had so little resources that early leaders of the country were happy to assign the responsibility for rural development to hi-trust entrepreneurs and young socially minded activists; bangladesh's first and pre-digital quarter of a century was to see a unique model of micor-privatisation - one that became integral to the whole economy and life-critical innovation


How adaptable is the 16 decision culture;? Note it was designed round mediating the specific freedom  wants voiced by Bangaldesh women villagers who had been chained as an underclass; it also depended on a great local village schooling system being replicated - something that Grameen relied on Bangladesh's other extraordinary grassroots empowerment network BRAC to scale



How bridgeable is the Grameen model to digital age? Note first that the whole system depended on the intense manual inputs of the banking staff. While Grameen's goals (eg invest in productivity never trap in debt) are a world class paradigm for any Keynsian economist to design with, transforming to digital dynamics would require a lot of investment. While the fame that Grameen attracted around the world would make this possible for Yunus in Bangladesh, the very long-term leanness of the model (which he was later to brand as Yunus Social Business" could make it harder for other less famous local attempts to bridge digital with the purity of trust of the Grameen model


Grameen, valued wholly, as an open source knowledge system needed to be celebrated as the net generation's antidote to so many risks of big banking. It could have been part of  financial literacy and goals-humanity-mosts-invest  in every school that valued the future of developing children to grow up in the early 21st C networked, collaborative and borderless world. But those millennium-goals summit hosts who from 1996 were to accelerate the globally  lobby for yunus to get presidential and nobel prizes as most trusted banker of women and next generation never focused on mediating such a gamechanging educational curriculum -more at  If Grameen had stuck to its roots as an educational platform it could have become worldwide youths most valued partnership brand as the 21st C came of age. Understanding the  role if Dr Yunus as linking in thousands of concept that most excite youth  can no longer involve the same microfranchise cataloguing compass as most valued educational reality-maker. More at the GG world record book of job creation

Help with social actions debriefings of more opportunity and threat exercises at

What goals have gra,meen and brac achieved? They have provided the miracle solution to ending poverty in vilages with no infrastoructure (no energy, no running water, no roads, no communications- back in 2008 latest reports on this came in the last arcticles of The Economist's pro-youth economist (aka father norman macrae) and from clinton on charlie rose pbs reviewing his book on the entrepreneurial revolution in giving

 RSVP washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc Norman Macrae Foundation for publishers of the Book of Record Job Creators

While we feel those who like to see separated  results have done untold harm in blocking grameen and brac from partnberships, let's first try and answer this question separately- we welcome your additions to our first 7 yeras of research


Grameen Achievements

Supported 7.5 million village mothers in ending what they saw as the worst dynamics of poverty. Doing this by networking them in circles of 60 through which they took over villages most basic markets, peer to peer trained each other on knowhow such as infant care (eg oral rehydration- a killer of one in 5 infants in bangladesh of the 70s) and personal business literacy (savings and loans circles tutoired weekly by barefoot bankers) and hygiene (eg pit latrines) , group and self-empowerment. The mothers main definition of ending poverty designed round the 16 decision culture was intergenerational- break cycle of illiteracy for ever

hence this was linke in for 10+ millions of village children through such Grameen initiotives as

secondary scholarships were given to the top alumni of the primary stage 

minimum homes were built (aga khan award) to be monsoon and cyclone proof- women were given the wonership of tehse so husbands could no longer trough wide and children out on a whim

yunus was the first to build mobile phone partnerships with village women starting the leapfrog-a-billion process shown below; bangladesh now has the longest 20-year parthership learning curve around this- which every developing nation is excited to collaborate around, and in some cases innovate ahead

hottest youth-spring  

yunus started scaling the nest-billion solar benergy model for people off grid after chattting with nevile wilaims who had been championing pholvolactic since carter's presidencey

 BRAC Achievements

helped at least 7.5 million bangaldeshi villagers end poverty but in parallel built these networks:

the 40000 village schooling system adapting gandhi/montessori proamry vocation learning

50000 para-health workers in the villages

 unlike the grameen model of linkin a circle for every 60 women, brac redesigned whole value chains so that every job eg 100000 jobs of poultry and 250000 jobs of dairy sustained a living wage- it redesigned microfranchises across the while market value chain; it microfinanced these microfranchises; its concerns in leading a national market were not to extract profit but to sustain jobs and deliver quality foods to end poverty

it continued this with crop science applied to almost every crop growable in bangladesh fertile soils

it supplement bottom-up helath care professionals with barefoot rights professionals 

it became the world's best partnering ngo as well as the largest

while it wasnt first into mobiles in the vilage it now leads the bank-abillion models thanks to parthership nwith the same tech wizards who designed eg kenya's mpesa

brac has many ways of sharing learning - from its open publications research arm to its university; to ensuring that curriculum of childred are vsustainability friendly 

brac's record of sustaining partnerships with the most resourced organisations in the world is not emulated by any organsiation we can find 


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Hot fall  2014 millenials' job-creating labs -more diaries at

Next Billion Jobs Gamechangers we're tracking

Health - Free Nursing College - both the only way to make universal healthcare sustainable. affordable without putting milennials ever more in debt to elders extravagances and public service failure to control costs of pharma and lawyers; the greatest job creating stimulus everywhere; the most exciting practice labs for open source tech wizards- the most urgent focus of open elearning campuses valued by students for linking in jobs not just paper certificates - at soul of world's largest ngo & its bottom-up girl empowered race to unite communities in sustainability and win-win peaceful development


Agriculture's next billion jobs also at facebookblessed value exchange models that end middlemen in crops which either have very social or very healthy local benefits when diaspora value chains design end to end solution- leapfrog with cashless agricultural microbanking ( credit, energy , connectivity) and satellite elearning of job creating curriculum farming families milllenials need. Connections between sustainable agriculture and green energy and clean water streaming everywhere


Media: Twinning capitals with a future around womens and youth jobs summits as more valuable to cos-posnor and co-host than any world cup. World benchmarking competitions on public servants who retore elaving the future in better state in terms of ending inequality. Milliosn of youth jobs for hosting cross-cultural celebrations out of ebery community are a far better spend than arms, and the only way the 21st C can become more epaceful than the 20th. Which it must if a borderless world is to become a safer place for all our children


Professions: 25-35year old young professionals are the most educated, connected and colaborative the world has ever bred- lets invest in their millennial's goals and open solution replication (microfranchises as This Economist-authore book first capapainged for in 1984) 



Innovations - dedication to those helping open source technoolgy wizards with the most resource network with open tech wizards starting with the least resources

mit examples include the editors of innovations whose board includes the wizards of cashless banking tech; the open architecture school whose media lab's first world project was elearning networks inspired by$100laptops and tablets; the collaboration systems alumni of tim berners lee; the elading youth entrepreneur ecosystem and partners around the world;  the recalim our learning alumni



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1) what 10 minute videos would you like to see Yunus make so that millions of yout could share then and collaboratie in job creation


2) what 10 minute videos could yunus and leadership partners make to viralise worldwide youth job creation


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where do you search MOOCyunus ? -eg youtube - home of where economics and sustainability of villages/communities/chidren matters  The Economist's Future of the Net Generation 1984 by Norman Macrae:  By 2000, man will see his greatest risk is differences in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations- the necessary entrepreneurial revolution will require over 30000 life-shaping community solutions will need to be collaboratively searched and openly replicated if youth of net generation are to enjoy the most productive, sustainable and courageous time to be alive
2013= 30th year of The Economist inviting youth & revolution of collaboration entrepreneurs to free 7 banks 6 education 5 health and nutrition 4 energy 3 borderless peace and mass media, 2 politicians and professionals, 1 open tech
...............................................“The heart of the matter, as I see it, is the stark fact that world poverty is primarily a problem of two million villages, and thus a problem of two thousand million villagers.”

 E. F. Schumacher quote


Einstein: The crippling of individuals I consider the worst evil of capitalism. Our whole educational system suffers from this evil. An exaggerated competitive attitude is inculcated into the student, who is trained to worship material success as a preparation for his future career. Albert Einstein

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  • the economic imperative of ending poverty as core millennium 3 goal
  • why people need to prepare for nation states dwindling in importance as economic systems

 please share with us the best job-creating news you have heard this century
-our best news is when we heard that to counter the big bank curriuclum of the MBA ,
grameen bank and dr yunus have now become the world's epicenter of surveys of
what short (up to 10 minute) training modules are best for millions of youth to share free and online? -
help us catalogue such searches below

Extract of Muhammad Yunus Vision Skoll April 2013



When Khan stands up and talks about his Khan Academy, or I read about him or listen to his speeches- it always come to my mind: we won't need Oxford any more! - the whole world will be one big Oxford, we need only one global university --- the best!?!


2012's Two pro-youth gamechangers in education


  • basic curricula can now be distributed to millions of youth simultaneously , free, online - the coursera model
  • youth can individually try out exercises online 365/24/7 - these are  designed by topic clusters as per a text book and are linked to training modules - Khan Academy model

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 Every year in the last 30, the economics of healthcare has got worse in most so-called developed nations. 12 minute introduction on how can that be and what is the consequence for nations that cant turn this round? vote here to free worldwide youth's favorite trainers of healthcare

Can celebrations of nurses as number 1 information and service grassroots networkers of 21st C be the gamechanger that futures of youth need?


 Nursing's greatest 10 minute training modules for millions of youth could come from ...

Here are some of the suggestions from our survey with Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus - we'd love to hear your suggestions - or post below

0 12 minute overview from dr yunus on why his latest social business book profiled Glasgow and Dhaka and twin knowledge capitals of healthcare including pockets of desperate communities in poverty -how the first social business professorship (Cam Donaldson) linking community finance and health came to Glasgow Caledonian 

1 From Barbara Parfitt - chief trainer and originator of the 3 year nearly free curriculum of Grameen Nursing College- a curriculum delivered every week out of the Dhaka headquarter offices of Grameen Bank to some of the smartest girls to have risen from village secondary schools 

2 From Mr Sultan - who has helped Dr Yunus design grameen's $1 per month per family healthcare insurance-and operationally designed such replications as the aravind eyecre franchise- the world's most economical eyecare franchise imported by Grameen from India-one of whose core processes is training village girls to be eyecare specific nurses ( something that is up to 100 times quicker as  curriculum than a general all-purpose nurse) 

2a a checklist tour of where social entrepreneurs have found it much more community economical to train nursing for a specific area rather than general nursing - this will need rapid updating as mobile apps change the amount of expertise a person needs to d the initial detection of whom needs expert care - for example village girls armed with mobile ultrasound can now hunt out which ne in ten mothers will need experts because of risk of difficult birth 

3 From Larry Brilliant - whose work on ending infections diseases ended the last case of polio. Today he world with Jeff Skoll on a format called ILAB that is designed to help developing nations prevent plagues and other emergencies from spreading 

4 Ola, Founder of Nigeria Flying Doctor, service. A remarkable Youth British-Nigerian entrepreneur whose training in emergency healthcare and flying helicopters took her to Japan among other supportative knowledge networking places 

5 Eva Vertes- whose passion for researching cancer meant that she spent her last das as a teenager already doing world class research -understanding how she created her fast track at of action learning has lessons for anyone who lives in the internet age and wants to maximize the tie they spend at experiential edge of their own greatest competence 

6 someone I am looking for most quaifued to offer a first guided tour of what mobile apps already exist in healthcare - eventually I see this as coming a whole curriculum but who can start it? Places I am looking include MIT (which has the most amazing demonstration of mobile medical apps I have ever seen in one location) and Melbourne where there are a cluster of m-medic and healthcare workers who want to share their knowhow with the world 

7 The head coordinator in Arkansas of how that state use its share of the 4 billion dollar Obama community broadband program on telemedicine 

8 A presentation from a high obesity region in usa of what nutritionalists would advise for families who never want to see their children fall into obesity 

9 An annual student-led review of what extremely affordable healthcare solutions have emerged from the hundreds of cases relating to health pitched at youth entrepreneur competitions

resource webs and youth most involved in mapping this search : 

green training including food, water, climate security ....from 


the philanthropic and royal families at the epicentre of green energy's greatest community prize awards -


from neville williams founding champion of solar since Carter adinsitration but whose greatest scaling came from sharing his knowhow with muhammad yunus


from muhammad yunus team leaders at who have instaled a million solar units in bangaldeshi vilages, and are on a moores law doubling total installed every 2-3 years (with thanks also to schneider electric in paris now yunus main green energy supporter)


from ingrid munro whose youth microfinance jamii bora in Kenya has finanaced and maily hand built the 2000 family ecovilage kaputei- the most economcal ecoovilage in the world unless you know better

from the various contributors to the secondary school curriculum linking in the worldwide map of the 50 most prolific sources of waste that can be used to make biogas 

from the bon aqua primary school curriculu used by over 100000 primar students in the water basins of the world's largest dam at Foz in Brazil - the last social revokution project of Bula before he became president 

from the tour of danone community social business fund projects related to clean water, organisc agricultures, and nutrition including china's number 1 collaboration in infant nutrition

from the 5 states where yunus stident enetrepreneur cometitions have come up with project entries and curriculum sections relating to clean energy, aquaponics, food security and nutrition championships  

fom the champion of the Beijing thinktank on energy who leaked the good news in washington dc that bottom up solar knowledge is one of the knowledge startes top people in china now want mobilised across china

from the successors to fortune 500 ceo Ray Anderson that even a category like carpets can deveop a 20 year plan to go zero carbon most profitably 


resource webs and youth most involved in mapping this search:  

 open technology ... from

youth's greatest heroes of collaboration & mass mediation from ...

Astronaut Ron Garon -massive collaboration seems to be humanity's greatest crisis except when we unite around the greaest races like moon landing - can we make 2010s a decade when our racs are grounded on planet earth 

Monica Yunus since 9/11 I have asked every famous enetrtainent star I can reach - can they so something more with their fame- my idea is if entertainment stars supported youth who dont quite make superstardom to bring joy to real community events of a cross-cultural kind- that way youth's greatet idols could helpyouth meiate peace in every community- monica is the 2010s overall champion at 

 job-creating education revolution ,,, from youth economics and banking... from

 win-win-win models worthy of nations futures and public servants from ..


10 minute tours of national plans - which ones should rest of the world support - eg would you suggest worldwide youth support this national plan's extract:

The "fundamental end" of economic transformation is to improve people's lives, which could only be achieved by improving social welfare system, giving priority to job creation, providing equal public services to every citizen and stepping up reform of the income distribution system, We will unswervingly realize the shared prosperity and bring the benefits to the people. 


In transforming the economic development mode, the importance of building a resource-saving and environment-friendly society should be stressed to save energy, reduce greenhouse emissions and actively tackle global climate change. We should develop circular economy and low carbon technologies Through striking a balance between economic development and population growth, sustainable development will be enhanced.



None of the breakthrough innovations of Muhammad Yunus that make him the number 1 living pro-youth economist are populary understood

  • Muhammad Yunus (&1 &2) has inspired and directly led some of Bangladesh's greatest job creators with the youth investment bank owned by 8 million viilage mothers- energy- they have developed one of the best microsolar franchises -1 million solar units installed and doubling total installed every 2 years; health- since his Nobel prize focused on grameen village nursing networks which are pioneering how 21st c nurses are being mobilsed as most important information networkers who can return economical healthcare for all . His Japan partnerships are making best of crop science available to cohorts of grameen farmers and testing various technologies. In the US the main impacts of yunus:
  • education- connecting all of a state's universities knowhow around students most exciting projects 
  • mediamonica yunus project linking in heroes who help youth bring cross-cultural peace to commeunities ......

 what to do next

 Changing Universities -more

-universities monopoly certifcation of which of a nation's youth will be most productive is the greatest intellectual scam of our life and times - 10 times more valuable job-creating education designs are what worldwide youth merits all through the educational value chain

 Changing inward investment in developing country - more

Mobile Revolution -more

studying life critical collaboartion apps of mobile is  "make or break" to whether net generation will be worlwide youth's most productive time

Energy Revolution -more

clean energy is one of the 2 greatest economic advances of 21st century

Banking revolution -more

 converge community development around every 60 vilage mothers by giving them onwership of finacisl services, community markety, knowhow hub and inter-generational community development 

grameen.jpgYouth are invited to help Yunus make 2010s net generation's most exciting decade at ..

 SB world bank 1: yunus and youth  - 15 years into mobile poor co-creativity

 extraordinary futures the rural poor are co-creating with mobiles

Mobile marvels  with a liitle help from Tag-Eonnets

SB world bank 2 = yunus and youth 15 years into cheerleading solar

 Do you have better news on solar energy than this Economist podcast?

Cheaper, more efficient and feasible

 sb world bank 3: france and yunus - 7 years into extremely affordable partnerships danone coomunities, china and yunus are near to taking over lead of trillion dolar infant nutrkition  market eladership with yang ying bao

 other way round stories of rich corporations innovatimng with poorest partners n search of extremely affordable innovation

 India's secret weapon

RSVP  What can SB World Bank 4 be?
Q&A welcomed by people desperately seeking benchmarks for  Pro-youth banking, and those helping to develop the business game of trillion
dollar audit applied to the global banking sector -  skype chrismacraedc email 
Our History & Future: We began this web late 2005 when a survey showed Yunus to be the most trusted entrepreneur in the world. Entrepeneurship being a focal subject my family has journalised since 1949 including my father's 40 years of work at The Economist.

Getting to know the last 5 years of the Yunus-led Grameen Bank has been a great privilege. For example we formed 10000 dvd club in July 2008 - a high point for the bank with the Nobel judges opening a museum displaying all the worldwide awards earned by Yunus and Grameen over its first third of a century, including the most unique award of all: A Nobel shared by 8 million female members and one man. We believe that the Grameen led by Yunus offers a benchmark for the greatest job-creating system ever built -one designed around over 150000 village hubs which happened to make it ever stronger with the introduction of mobile technology for the poor which Yunus was one of the first in the world to lead in 1996. We hope the future of Grameen will continue on that journey. We second Romano Prodi's statement today : along with dedicated institutions like Grameen Bank and a visionary person like Yunus, the prime minister can definitely wipe out poverty from Bangladesh and set examples for the developing world. 5 April 2011.

 Which markets matter most to your children’s futures, and communities you care about sustaining most? Until 2010, two economists stood out for optimistic reasoning:  peoples everywhere can multiply goodwill through markets’ value exchanges of productive lifetime inputs and demanding welcomes your queries on why safe banks matter to communities and family investors; also we welcome submissions to our youtube of safebanks .. chris macrae washington DC 1-301 881 1655


 Podcast by The Economist;

Norman Macrae Unacknowledged Giant

The unacknowledged giant 


About we linkin searches for the smartest knowledge that economists can generate, and how to turn this into the most exciting games young people played. Our work on global village networking innovations stem from 2 happenings in 1976: The Economist’s Unknown Giant survey Entrepreneurial Revolution (25 December) and the Grameen project tested for 7 years by Bangladeshi villagers led by Muhammad Yunus.


Both of  these joyful turn of the millennium economists were inspired by Scots Adam Smith and James Wilson’s original purpose of economics.  This was to share maps governing sustainability exponentials compounded by value multipliers in such contextually simple ways as to end poverty and serve all life critical needs as efficiently  human being could collaboratively innovate. This was the same inspiration that inspired the French to coin the word entrepreneur to identify those who sought to invest in the liberte, egalite and fraternity of future generations. In 2011 exciting innovations are linking in all over the world wherever youth partner Grameen Economics – Dhaka, Paris, and Glasgow being 3 of the cities enjoys interviewing youth and hi-trust leaders most when we get a few days away from our responsibilities as family investors out of the Washington Dc region. More on our family investment6s at and

Currently our map of most purposeful networks freeing markets has over 25 locations whose numbers are matched by context in this table


Basic Banking

Twenty stockmarkets designed to achieve youth’s & sustainability’s 20 most exciting goals for 2020

26 Mass media for celebrating world service by sustainability heroines and heroes

Zero footprint leaders who also grow economies

Clean water, 25 energy, food

Healthcare for all

Mobile media for doubling life critical knowhow annually

2010s as Net Generation’s msot exciting decade

Universal accomplishments of being 11 years old anywhere on earth

Business schools for sustainability and/on 25 lifelong peer learning designed before your next life-change

Professions sans frontiers who help all sides take markets’ games above zero sum

Collaboration @ Distaster Relief

Place leaders who create jobs and cause no property or other bubbles

Secondary education designed round faciliation youth microentrepreneurship

Mapping Social Business around the world
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Business Cluster around the world
 We can design systemic ways ahead to exponentially progress the human lot. Both economists gleefully foresaw the internet in the early 1980s as a coming entrepreneurial revolution - the opportunity to achieve the great goal of economics “ending the chance of any child being born into poverty” scripted by Adam Smith and all his entrepreneurial alumni out of scotland and worldwide. With the death of dad, Norman Macrae, after a fine innings of 86 as The Economist’s Unacknowledged Giant, my search shows we are down to one joyful economist. Here is a three year report compiled , inter alia, from 30 friends' visits to Dhaka on actionable clues discovered by the joyful economist Muhammad Yunus . Since 1976 he has devoted his life to inviting everyone he can reach to help free markets to achieve the greatest goals that you and youth can co-produce and demand

Through our association of family foundations is proud to have sponsored Centre for Development's Dr Yunus visit to 2010 Glasgow July 3-6;

2010: July 4 adds to dramatic celebrations of CFD's Future History with these launches announced at Glasgow University include

  • JSA1 Journal of Social Business;
  • JSA2 Glasgow University Yunus Institute of Social Business;
  • JSA3 Norman Macrae Foundation - special commemoration party The Economist 2 Nov 2010- 60 people to debate dad's 2 favorite issues since beginning of his Entrepreneurial Revolution trilogy The Economist 25 Dec 1976: war between micro and macro intellects being s and ends with whether the purpose of medi and economics is grounded in social action; what we choose to do to -and help youth invest in - to end poverty with worldwide technology in the 2010s will determine sustainability of all our childrens children 
  • JSA4 special thanks to international collaborators- eg how can Scots action clubs of yunus renew our auld alliance to celebrate French Yunus social action and social business networks including  including Danone Communities, Grameen Credit Agricole Micious? Which other countries can microeconomic innovation centres can we help each other - Germany's Grameen Creative Lab? England's London Creative Labs,worldwide's The-Hub with 6000 entrepreneurs co-located in 50 future capitals, USA's AltFutures, Itly's SocialBusinessEarth, Cure2Child  
  • JSA5 click to more change world progress made over 4 days of yunus collaboration dialouges between Scots and Bangladeshi including inaugural social business lecture ; changing law around Europe so that every young person can belong to conniius Ebanks that invest in their communal productivity  - your reports on how scotland can celebrate 2010s as most exciting decade always welcome chris macrae info

2010 October - 5th visit made to Bangladesh and dr yunus at grameen hq- urgency of economic content projects discussed in light of US congress vote to hear from Yunus "Genius Economist"


Can Gordon Brown & Yunus help each other and youth make 2010s most exciting decade? (Extracted from - 50 Scots who could help with leadership of sustainability world) 

1 Gordon's first act as UK PM was to speak at UN on People Power; Sunday July 4 Independent front headline : women on the world unite; UN makes history with $500 million drive to end global inequality at last; Banki Moon recruits super panel including Nobel Laureate Yunus. Back in April 2008 on the day UK banking died Brown invites Yunus to youtube from Number 10; Browns office promotes millennium goal youtubes; Browns signture piece on ending poverty in previous Blir government frican Commission got drowned by 7/7 whose victims included London's mosr extrordinry community organiser. In Fall 2005, 40 Londoners hubbed to collaborate on 7 year sustainbility goals to 2012 - how can we help Yunus, Browm, Socitland nd Bnglaadesh to unite ntions round ending poverty now


I'm an optimist and a maths guy but since 1976 , my father, daughter, friends and I have been debating anyone who will listen that homo sapiens has entered our last century or two - unless we correct the overwhelming trivia of media. We surround our race with hundreds of championships which make sportsmen or sexy women world famous overnight but virtually no ways to globally celebrate people whose lives discover solutions that save the world - by ending poverty or open sourcing innovations to other sustainability crises whose urgency increases exponentially as we connect the
first global generation. Grameen and Dr Yunus have earned over 100 leadership prizes including Nobel's peace and India's Gandhi
- futures of women, youth & poor depend on how many netizens linkin to such knowhow   

Auld Alliance (AA) goes into overtime

 AA First half- Scotland and France ally to prevent lands being taken over by England; AA second half around 1700, international banking scam causes hostile takeover of scotland’s economy by england; scots (adam smith free market system maps from 1750, james wilson from 1843) ally with Parisian entrepreneurial school (formally established around 1800) to help resolve crises compounded by English Empire’s takeover of various nations’ economies; AA overtime 3ed millennium goals, third ally searched out nd mobilised by microentrepreneurial youth in paris and glasgow so english speaking macroceonomics big bangs coordinated out of wall street are turned round by Micro Bangla in time for microeconomics sustainability exponentials to empower networking generations to end poverty and progress way above zero-sum games to peter drucker’s 50 times more productive age of 7 billion knowhow networking peoples sans frontieres

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People who network round this web celebrate answers to this question which you can post to  or email to chris.macrae
I may be biassed in wanting to advance the human lot for my children -and all children - BUT anyway I love studying
and networking with people who study Grameen and Bangladesh's social business
system designers and sustainable community builders because ...

example chris macrae current editor of

I may be biassed as my dad spent 40 years at The Economist questioning entrepreneurial revolutionaries and championing why micro professionals need to collaborate and prevent macro professions from losing hippocratic oaths BUT anyway I love field visits to Grameen to see what happens when 10 times more economic exchanges are compounded at community levels; and because Dr Yunus renews my mathematical optimism that the 2010s generation can collaboratively map networks that take us above zero sum models and so ensure that every child has enough health and resources to make the most of their own life. Back in 1984 I co-authored why the globlaisation we choose can only compound 2 opposite futures for all our children - one in which all the new techology is controlled by ever fewer people with consequences far worse than even Orwell could imagine, or the win-win-win one where the 21st century develops the best of times out of every place and celebrates every culture's love of families and most humanly innovative dynamics grounded by such purposeful lifetimes. Let's do it - as the last chapter of Dr Yunus new book Building Social Business invites through global village races to sustainability: The Time Is Now

Latest Update Dr Yunus debrief 4 July 2010; sin e 2005 when Dr Yunus first formed global SB partnerships including four from  first lunch in Paris on this topic the traditional grameen bank in bangladesh has stayed the same but the extensions into new areas of social business hve been multiplying - we welcome  any editing suggestions to this rough map of what grameen's organigram now encompsses
Financial services –1st generationFin services- end generation ie youth of original membersJob creation & edu

Health & safety

Already operating:

Kalyam 51 Grameen Clinics

2 Eye Hospitals

1 Nursing College

see full update summer 2010

Clean water, food, energyInfotech includes mayo; Intel; GE;& Kyushu mobile cpture gadget

Manufacturing Zone

Grameen SB Industrial Park#1: 13 acres of land

1.0 Otto Grameen" initial investment 2.5 million euro: product garments : workforce to include disabled

2.0 Grameen Fabrics & Fashions: export knitwear

3.0 Graneen BASF mosquito net

4.0 Grameen Fibreglass

5.0 Grameen Energy saving bulb to be marketed by Grameen Distribution Ltd

Grameen Uniqlo  

Beyond aid parrners: nike foundation: UN; japanese aid foundation haiti sb fund...Small country sb zones: Columbia ...Other

1 paris grameen danone is pioneers micro manufacturing (milk foods) franchise in the village; with credit agricole a restructuring of social business fund and youth microentrepreneurship networking across france whose international SB investments are mainly in water, dairy or other farm social business; we dont know what the 20 company visit led by martin hirsch has resulted in though there may be an eyeglass company partner esilor? ; there is HEC Yunus uni partner as a centre for smba cases 

2 we heard that digital lead is now being taken by  partnership between kyushu and grameen communications led by a bangladeshi Dr Ashir Ahmed : alongside this grameen phone has installed 500 community information centres which gives rural people (but not necessarily poorest) access to state of art infotech services; it is grameen phone that is working with mayo clinic; not sure who is working with intel 

3 there is  manufacturing zone which long with grameen garment will be where grameen otto the huge idea of grameen fibereclass partnership with an middle east manufacturer and 1 other grameen partnership in manufacturing (japanese special winter clothes) 

4 grameen nurse institute temporarily takes up 2 floors of grameen nurse;  full free medical university is expected to be built; there are already the 2 eyecare franchises;  

5 glasgow also offer european lead in implementing grameen microcredit changes in laws, and glasgow uni has signed MOU to review all its modules for which need re-editing by SB model 

6 grameen employment agency offers vocational job training camp 

7 grameen shakti continues 

8 other universities; the new head at AIT  was formerly founder of BRAC university; CSUCI announced 

major web update and sharing of content progress in about  month

microeconomics updating survey grid of 100 life critical needs and network searches to open source solutions

microeducation - some talking points in group discussions


 Proposal to launch First 50 Social Institutes of Social Business on ThanksGiving Day 2009 

Dear Sofia

Here is dad's and my first go at a concept statement for launching our first 50 social institutes of businesses across cities on thanksgiving day. Edits most welome. London Institute of Social Business

.Members of Institutes of Social Business help each other study and sustain the most purposeful organisations in the world. They do so by systemising designs that integrate the 10-win organisational system that action learns around hi-trust questions like these. We are always excited to hear of better -and more contextually energising - ways to word these questions; and to hear of other organisational models that sustain the world's most truly purposeful systems.

The way Social Business modeling sustains the most purposeful systems designed by humanity is made very simple by these constitutional rules: ownership is trusted to those in most deperate need of the branded purpose ; in parallel leadership commits to make a positive cashflow 10-win model transparent, audits its exponential future rising, and ensures than all profit is reinvested in Unique Organising Purpose.


you can ask questions at skype isabellawm or olasofia - or mail our world citizen mapmaking bureau in washington dc info



Best News of 09/10.-our correspondents try to be at the source so we can rebrief lasting news, Q&A, networks & actions-eg

june09 yunus 69th birthday dialogue 1; official opening of Grameen Veolia -world's lowest cost drinking water

may09 british council's lord kinnock celebrates yunus -one of the star educators of the network age

april09 world congress posters hunt for extremely affordable health

feb09 london - royal geo soc and ashden awards celebrate grameen solar energy's world ekladesrhisp

feb09 - Dr Yunus comes to DC and dialogues with Bernanke, IMF & GWU students

Jan09- MCS announces bankings best news of decade with 500 audience at JP Morgan Chase NY listening to Kenya's fastest growing bank from the slums

.yes we can & YunusForum dc bureau contact chris macrae 301 881 1655

Projects to join in

youth ambassador 5000 starts september in unis worldwide- prep can you help edit a shared presentation on womens microcredit?

Grameen is one of the most entrepreneurial and innovative organizations for humanity that I have come across in 33 years of working on world class brands in 40 countries. In the three years that my journalist father Norman Macrae (40 years leaders writer for The Economist), and I, and in some cases decades that my friends 1 2 3 4  have researched Grameen, we have been introduced to most of Grameen’s leading entrepreneurs. If you read about an endeavour that you seriously need to know more about tell me  and we will try and make the appropriate introduction inside grameen 

The first thing I recommend you understand is: why it is impossible to quickly compare Grameen success factors with metrics of any classical market sector. Grameen is the ultimate bank for the poorest and cheerleader of the connecting the human race in ending poverty But my brand maps reveal its leadership purpose as designed about 20% round banking and 80% as a sustainability investment club owned by its clients Bangladesh’s and the world’s poorest. Soon after opening Grameen started investing in sustainable businesses (whose mathematical model called “social business” is published in the 2008 book by Nobel Laureate Dr Muhammad Yunus on their role in youth’s choice of Future Capitalism) as well as banking for the poorest. A low cost start up literally distributed vegetable seeds in one cent packets so that members could grow veggies and so cure the night blindness that most village kids of the 1980s suffered from due to poor diets. Seeds may have been the most micro product ever sold, but pretty soon Grameen as Bangladeshi’s largest seeds retailer. A business that needed somewhat more investment was housebuilding – actually a hut with a monsoon proof roof, 4 pillars so that even in a cyclone the building did not collapse and a pit latrine for hygenic reasons. This was the most primitive –but also the most economical - housing ever to get an Aga Khan award for architecture. Today, over three quarter of a million sub sub prime housing loans have been offered and fully repaid.

 In 1996, investments in sustainability markets started getting serious with whole planet consequences in the sense that some have become world class leaders. Firstly, there is Grameen’s microcredit which worldwide summits since 1997 have benchmarked as the safest communal banking system that can be systemically designed. Investing in new business took Grameen into mobile connectivity- thus  is now a world leader in business uses of mobiles whilst always driven by understanding how to end digital divides. NB one of the greatest poverty traps of all is not to have market sensitive information that everyone else has. Grameen Shakti is a world leader in solar energy. Grameen is pioneering what a rural national health care system can be partnered round in a networked age. Grameen employment agencies are sprouting up now that generation of members children are becoming a wave of the most entrepreneurial and microeconomic savvy alumni on the planet. What will be the next magic that Grameen’s enrepreneurs co-create? Watch this space...
SURVEY OF LIFE CRITICAL NEEDS & COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS - world reunions - Dhaka 29June- coming soon BERLIN NOV, NAIROBI Mar2010
-queries welcomed - Yes We Can
bureau, Washington DC 301 881 1655- Where are 10 times more economic community models compounding sustainable futures?
.Can you help? Our survey has 2 components:

1)      making a listing of the most life-critical or community-sustaining challenges

2)      searching for benchmark solutions found in one locality that can be sustainably replicated to other communities

.One of the bottom-up approaches we value emerged from mapping entrepreneurial revolutions of 10-times more economic models that emerged from quests of microeconomists and transparency journalism during world war 2 out of a place that is now known as Bangladesh.  These constructs also drew on work by people like Gandhi and Einstein on how to end sustainability crises causes by professional rules that were systemised in days when a few big cities colonially ruled the waves. So we particularly wish to celebrate any yes we can approaches that a networked world of peoples can urgently help each other enjoy 

 life critical challenge 1 truly free market competitions: 10 times more affordable economics

Celebrating Micro: Youth Networks -fallible globalisation over recent decades has spun wrong metrics and rewards (evidence wall street meltdown of global financial markets), media where truth and helping people be smart is inconvenient- yes we can change what we celebrate now  -YunusYouth ; TheMicros Social Business curriculum SB venture capital Mobile Leaprog Partmering Country Micoeconomic Net Strategies Fairtrade FC Internet for poor Health FC1 Health FC2 Health FC3Health FC4  Solar Biogas Aquaculture Best 21st C leadership communications agency                                                                                    
 green - yunus challenge MIT ; ashden awardsYouth Ambassador 5000 :TheGreenChildren fundraise for world's most economic eyecare (aravind open source & social business model), twitter, org and youtube; Journalists for Humanity- vivian to produce yunus blockbuster movie HEC Paris Principality of Monaco Bangladesh - Grameen, BRAC, ASA Grameen Intel Grameen GE Grameen Pfizer Grameen Mayo Clinic Grameen BASF GShakti GShakti Grameen Aqua Germany - Creative Lab                                                                                    
 health-  posters at world health congress; banking : microcreditsummit and congress demanded world microbanking exchangeBest reports so far MIT Sloan Microloan student ; Princeton Micro-Up club- reports welcomed chris.macrae . St Johns NY Grameen Credit Agricole  Kenya - Jamii Bora portal 10 times more economic healthcare Grameen Kalyan $2 health insurance plan   Barefootpower free market of 250 million clean energy households BRAC Aqua                                                                                     
 Do you know about herstory - case 1
Inquiries & goodwill multplying ideas for collaboration networking welcome, washington DC bureau usa 301 881 1655
Almost all social economics problems of the world will be addressed through the social business system , Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize, 2006 Acceptance Speech

The challenge is to innovate business models in such vital contexts as health care for the poor, financial services for the poor, information technology for the poor, education and training for the poor, marketing for the poor, renewable energy for the poor..
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Autumn 008 Londoners celebrate launch of Yunusdvd10000
Welcome to the new . We explore the 3-in-1 mission of alumni of worldwide collaboration entrepreneur, microeconomist and Nobel Peace Laureate Muhammad Yunus : to map social action, social business and future capitalism: offering the simplest ways that every microentrepreneur -from the very poorest up - can connect with. This mission was launched 2008 in a fieldbook open sourcing all the models that Grameen has developed over 31 years as the deepest gravity for ending poverty. Microentrepreneur network leaders (1 2 3) believe in collaboration around life-critical info and act on the value there is entrepreneur in  all of us- fulfilment begins with finding the way you can serve others in your community while generating enough income to sustain your family and unite the community around its sustainability investment challenges as well as worldwide networking freedoms. This leads to opposite exponentials for the future than banks designed around the big get bigger whatever the cost to most human beings.  
Most of our old web pages are at  -we are a friends website - official webs are (the world's safest banking models and ones designed to end poverty by investing in productivity inside every child, woman and man), (the world's cleanest energy maps), (the world's best use of internet and mobiles for the poor) - international designs of (demonstrations of entrepreneurial revolutions focused on how America can bank for the poor and the west's epicentre for partners searches in sustaining worldwide community healthcare) ( fundraising space for some countries that specifically need grameen microcredit -founded by some of the first US journalists for humanity to discover Dr Yunus)., (the world's most productivie and inspiring human network process).
 Authorised bio and participation events web sites edited by Bangladeshi's include and (the latter I volunteer work to)

The story so far. I am just a mathematician but here are some whole truths about human systems and how they multiply goodwill or badwill as far as i am able to map - if you have different information to share you can phone me in washington dc 301 881 1655 or mail me
  • 25 years ago - during his 4th decade as economics editor at The Economist, dad forecasts that the global generation 1984-2024 would face more change than any other- systematically by 2024 the compound consequences for humanity would be very evil (like orwell's big brother) or the best of times for all future children. To be on the goodwill pathway, we would need to end poverty.
  • about 10 year ago - the millennium goals were a good path but working in big management sonsultancies through the 90s I was appaleed at a maths error that was systematically devaluing trust, rewarding those who imaged over reality including lconflict-makers and short-term speculators -the so called Unseen Wealth Intangibles ctisis as it was then called, the Inconveneient Truth crisis as some sustainability mapmakers now call it
  • about 2.5 yeas ago - summer 2006- I did some research which provided evidence that the only epicentre of world change with maths that understood what expoentials into the future were being spun was in Bangladesh - among 100000 practitioners of microcredit and other micro-services that sustain community-rising
  • At the epicentre of that I found - Dhaka, Mirpurs, Grameen , Dr Yunus and the four whose social action teamwork starting in 1976 had systemised the safest banks and the best collaboration pathways to all out futures of celebrating humanity  -so that all 7 million people can lead productve lives to their hearts content

    We turn to a list of live collaboration projects that I have been introduced to in Bangladesh and specifically with the investment of Grameen Banks and YunusPartners of his 30+ year validated social business entrepreneur model and its future capitalism networking measurably systemised around creating a world without poverty  
  •  I love to hear of collaboration projects that I dont' know of which are in the same family whether they have been influenced by Grameen or have simply mapped win-win-wins all round the purposeful organisational coordinates which generate hi-trust human productivities and demands

  • Since 1976 I have surveyed brand purposefulness of organisational systems. Grameen is the most purposeful organisation I have ever surveyed


    Examples of least purposeful organisations I have ever surveyed:

    Andersen (1998) - an acromonious internal split left accountants without the rich information technology consultany (now accenture) the firm had built ; in striving to put global accountancy on such hi-growth paths they gave up on society's licence to be true and fair

    Enron 1993-2001 - 8 years that compounded a small company into one of the world's 50 biggest economic powers and back to nothing

    Wall Street Investment banks since subprime (corresponding leverage ratiings rising from12:1 to 40:1); what you get when a nation superpowers unseen wealth's compound risks

    Non-purposeful organsiations multiply blindwill or badwill. They are measured so that one coordinate takes from all others every quarter. This spreads cancerous conflicts between all others. This dilutes any purpose the organsiation may have originally been founded to serve

    This is due to the biggest mathematical error ever governed. When the accountants raced to go global fro te late 1980s, they imosed a monoply of measuremnt that devalued trust-flow and transparency. By 200, this was published in Unseen wealth Reports that forecast expoential compounding of risks - more and more bubbles - until or unless goodwill's 2nd auit (oopsoite way round maths from how much did ine side take from all the others) was included in the way that corpoaret perfmance was governed and reported

    Grameen has the world's most inspiring purpose: end poverty; its social business model has compounded investment in that over 34 years. Every coordinate of productivity and demand it has invited into its goodwill and value multplying circle it has been deetermined to ensure entrepreneurial win-win-wins with 



    There are 2 ways to discover why the world needs more systems like Grameen. The right hand-side relies on mathematics that I am happy to offer to people who seriously want to know. However, this web focuses on Dr Yunus' approach in his book "creating a world without poverty - Social Business, Future of Capitalism". This is to say to youth and communities - why not try mappimg organsastions around a deep purpose if one energises you; join in peer to mpeer citizen and youth networks that action learn how to do this sustainably. The beauty of the microenetrepreneur model is you start small, test expecting fast but low cost failures, keep persevering, once you have configured a win-win-win model invite open replication. 

    OPEN ACCESS Networks -coming soon

    .Yunus10000 dvd - 10000 youth dialogue starts mid october 08 worldwide - details emerging & .Yunus1000 bookclub worldwide.Yunus1000 Forum -annual in every Future Capitalism city -being tested in London spring 09.Yunus100Forum - monthly in every city developing Future Capitalism seaches & collaboration  partners- straing in London Oct 08 .Bangla 5000 worldwide - social action group starting soon worldwide.SMBA -starting Paris Spring 09.Yunus collaboration cafe 10 - dhaka, london, paris, new york, DC, why not your city 

    Goodwill Multiplication
    Trillion Dollar Audit MAPS

    This fieldbook completes an entrepreneurial research trilogy begun in 1984 with what Americans called The 2025 Report. 

    Readers are invited to play a mapping game. This values a hi-trust governance system which we call goodwill multiplication. Back in 2000 it was concluded by an eminent survey “Unseen Wealth” of financiers, economists and lawyers that: • Intangibles (ie how freely trust flows purposefully in service and knowledge economies) are a missing measurement system which humanity needs the 21st century’s largest organisations –and free markets - to agree to be seen to make transparent • Until or unless people who make decision for the world’s largest organisations map with this missing system , they will compound untold risks Early fatalities of unseen wealth were Enron and the Big 5 accountant Andersen, and soft power advocates may argue the goals of what acheiving peace in Iraq was thought to involve when a white house rushed into war. Today’s crash of wall street’s investment banks and worldwide credit systems is caused by the same missing system –macro leaders who simply do not have relevantly detailed information to see what compound whole truths or conflicts they are committing exponentially into the future. The bad news is we are not going to design systems that prevent global crashes until we understand the missing maps of goodwill multiplication. The good news is that almost every “sustainability crisis “ the world is facing from extreme poverty to climate crises drowning in carbon energy to burdening costs of healthcare to education that empowers 7 billion brilliant jobs worthy of human lifetimes becomes simpler one people understand what hi-trust human relationship system need to monitor every quarter. Due to some accidental beliefs of professional monopolies around 1984 when the invention of the spreadsheet started networking the globalization of business, one metric- how much can one side take every quarter from all other coordinates of productivity and demand became superpowerful. For a generation of spreadseeting professionals it became the driver of big organizations and global markets over the last quarter century. Step back for a few seconds logical reflection. Is it not obvious that monopoly of decision-making by : “How much you take from the rest of the world every quarter” is literally the least sustainable measure of success human beings could choose to design your and my lifetimes around? Truth’s sustainability (Gandhian satyagraha) is governed not by what has just been done but by understanding what future exponential up or down is compounding. Because sustainability integrates the quality of human relationships around purpose, it is what mathematicians call a bayesian measure –one that has information pertinent to forecasting what futures will systematically happen unless changes are made. Goodwill or badwill is measurable into the future because the quality of most of the trust relationships connecting purposeful gravity has already been made. So leadership can be informed by exponentially measuring ahead of time where a system is spinning – sustainably up or crashing down. There is one more critical and vital pattern rule to know about if you want every co-worker to be emotionally and socially intelligent at goodwill multiplication. The trajectory which any human organizational system or value exchanging marketplace is connecting with the future is not straight line. Future historians including my father’s work at The Economist as far back as the 1960s understand that both the surprising and future shocking characteristics of exponential curves is they look straight live until they tip. Once they tip growth or destruction happens very fast – and intervention of a crashing system so becomes impossible or more costly than letting it crash. Debating future scenarios openly and curiously from every diverse angle is the best prevention against future shock – and we could use the internet to do this if we agreed that for example the purposes of the millennial goals are the ones that this generation – the one that designs being more worldwide connected than separated – wants to be its investment in future generations. Whilst this book is based on every bit as detailed maths as tangible accounting, here is a diference that microeconomists and pursposeful entrepreneurs stand up for. Namely action learning around purposeful goodwill multiplication in this post industrial age of value differentiation – demands that everyone involved with a system has transparent access to questioning what information is changing in the environment as well as inside the organizations’ flows of human relationships. This book will fail if it is understood by one or two professions but not by every human being who sincerely tries to elad a productive life and inspiring peer to peer learning curve. So, our promise to the reader is that you need no more maths than • understanding the difference between multiplication and addition; • using any truly designed and deeply updated map. The compound destruction of the globalisation finance came about through very western logics over the last quarter century – macro logics of top-down power, where theories increasingly got sponsored only when their conclusion was the big gets bigger is the best that globalisation can get. Fortunately there is a region of the world that has been experimenting with a micro approach to governance for 25 years –the sort of Gandhian flows that Einstein among others refereed as being pivotal to sustainable world futures and goodwilled leadership. It already maps goodwill multiplication with the missing system. So the order of play of this book is: To look at cases of the epicentre of goodwill multiplication – Bangladesh and Grameen bank Emerge the model that connects win-win-wins of every agent of productivity and demand connected around vital purpose Compare this with some daring purposeful organisations in India and in the west such as whole foods and Interface and at the South’s Free University. In part 2 we will track back on how the official orthodoxy of the last 25 years remains so powerful. However simply we map goodwill multiplication, there is no guarantee that the world’s media and 20th century professions will decide to use goodwill mapping. We try to rehearse the whole range of defensive arguments that those who prefer to rule only by how much did one side take instead of governing by 2 systems will make We conclude with 10 questions on what’s at stake for the 21st Century.

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