2006 : A professor at HEC business school Paris invited soon-to-be Nobel laureate Dr Yunus to lunch with the CEO of the Danone corporation -worldleader in milk-based foods such as Yogurt. Shall we do a partnership? Dr Yunus said yes if Grameen-Danone can be governed by social business rules (ones that 100,000 Bangladeshi facilitaors of microcredit and other community sustaining franchises have evolved over 34 years of measurably ending poverty)
At the end of 2007, the invitation to the world's biggest organsiational systems to discover their global market sectors most vital responsibility to human sustainability was published in the fieldbook on Future Capitalism using social business modelling to unite humanity in ending poverty. With your help mentoring and citizen networks aim 12 to catalogue which Industry Sectors have even 1 benchmark venture starting up.around transparently innovating their sustainability's whole truth.
Good to have some more bridges in between M Yunus Future Capitalism relaying amplifiers for global franchises of sustainability open innovation franchises and Ki-work - espec my ki-category, that is :) ! of course ;).
And, yes, Inger-Mette is a core peer for me too :).
....I would like to talk to you about wisdom councils. we are creating a hub for grown-ups 360hub Kids - and we are in the essens creating a place where we partens, grandparents can bring their kid along to talk about matter of wisdom and culture of peace. " a pub is for grown-ups , no kids alowed....a hub for learning is a place where grown-ups learn about life through the younger generation around them.....I guess it makes sense to you.
Is it okey that i send you an invitation to join the 360hub Kids?
...hope you are getting stronger and that you are healing.
Nothing is too late. The timing is now. It is nothing special - only very interested in your work. Please. take look at www.360hubkids.ning.com - to see if you feel any synergy. Any city in the world should have a wisdom council....best,
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