End Poverty is number 1 job of any keynsian and millennials; future capitalism
I would love to see micro worlds uniting around one FC logo reprsenting artisan trade cooperatives of the poorest - womens networks, green networks, job creating networks, children, sb and mc networks all seem to criss-crsoos the same fashion - the poverty musuem goal that Yunus talks about
any ideas on how to do this - perhaps we could start with mapping which market space most effectively represents which countries - how do you compare some of these examples- please invite hosts of pverty-artisan markets to come and develop mutual rankings
cases please nominate firstname.lastname@example.org
bangladesh : grameen check ...
India : adivasi.net - accord
we may want a different name for this but I could list 10 professions which are in effect valueless unless we want to repeat wall street again; they serve globalists who are detached from grounded contexts
peter and I were discussing what do you do if you have just spent a lot of money training up to find you are in a worthless profession
this is where the change from macro to micro needs to be facilitated collaboratively in every big city; ultimately there is a lot of peer to peer value here and I dont see that professors in high overhead unis are going to best at mentoring the opposite systems round
I am wondering which people on this list have at least one other way round profession that they could offere a modular course on and if there are enough of us where should we set up virtual shop
a ning? a blog? a facebook? a yahoogroup?
we need more SMBAs than MBAs ... we need more obamanomics practitioners than wall street nomics
as we test out large collaboration events next week in sanfrancisco and london having somewhere we could sign people up who are interested in this could be relevant - anyone want to start a virtual space of this please tell me