jack ma and china g20 and belt road new dev banking :leapfrog new tech, humanising AI and big data small models -especially blockchain by and for the peoples - all require mapping transparent governance of these value multipliers to afford China or any nation's rejuvenation dream of a people-centric economy and shared ecology of healthy places (developing people is the main economic and education goal of any sustainable place let alone co-creative race) but accounting for this different system design is mathematically integral; if you dont know of microfrachise you shouldnt be in development finance nor calling for funds in 21st c education - for those who value pope francis or latin family is the basic unit of growth thats where this model came from as both sir fazle and jim kim testify
here's part 1 of an attempt to explain why microfranchise is how the eastern miracle keeps on win-winning; any political congress or media that doesnt understand this nan never get down again to whole truth or what gandhi used to call satyagraha
after talking to sir fazle in qatar, we wonder if we can reach out to one subnetwork of preparing WISE@UNGA that might want to co-create this; after all wise was inuaugurated to learn from sir fazle learning and how girls developed the 8th largest nation out of next to nothing - the greatest learning miracle i ever expect to see in my life- in any event i propose all new york supporters of gutteres linkin this with the class year 2017-2018 starting with whomever wants to celebrate this at columbia university or among chinese american networks
i am aware that the microfinance crisis in india and at the BBC was caused by not understanding this model; so i will be very interested whether the philanthropist and educators you are searching out in india like this recommendation mooc 30000 microfranchises first recommended by dad as The Economist Keynsian in 1984 and the purpose of all remembrance parties to him including the one sir fazle guested at japan embassy in bangladesh
there is no proprietary copyrighting of microfranchise - people are welcome to open space it in every way that culturally stories a social rhythm be that tao, maharishi, xen, confucian, franciscan, muslim...
=================MICROFRANCHISE LITTLE SISTERS ANSWER TO BIG BROTHER ENDGAMES
Most of the jobs of post-industrial revolution (and so the sustainability livelihoods of youth everywhere) will be in the service sector. Brand architectures of this revolves round growing people not extracting things. It needs new infrastructure, governance and economic designs. We don’t need zero-sum constructs such as paper currencies nor is nightly news of gdp the main measure of winning the most exciting human race of all time- to sustain our species and mother earth's climate and abundant natural resources
Before we get to some of these wicked transformation puzzles , let’s focus on how a service business model works. Its based on a franchise – a solution that teams of people can replicate and consistently serve day in day out. In the West, we see such obvious examples as McDonalds. We call McDonalds a macro-franchise – most of the value created by the service doesn’t stay with the producers or the local community but typifying what some people call global1.0 the value exchange is designed to suck out every quarter profit maximization demanded by some faceless global owners and subprime ratings agencies.
The macrofranchise spirals around the big and the rich get bigger and richer (eg the 10 men who own more financial power than the poorest half of the world's people); the small and the poor get smaller and poorer. The workers get emotionally dumbed down, as do the kids in standardised tested schools Moreover the macrofranchise has no incentive to design apps that transfer local capacity; in effect the secret sauce of the macrofranchise is not to distribute knowhow that would develop people and localities own security. (even though we now spend 1000 times more that 1946 on mobilising tech that makes this worldpossible)
Macrofranchises are not concerned with local impacts as they get bigger and bigger. For example fast food replaces a lot of the work and family or community building that slow food previously developed. Additionally fast food isn’t concerned with long-term impacts –over time it has caused obesity in a way that communities of parents cooking food never did. A macrofranchise is prone to work with big suppliers not local ones. It tends, in the case of foods, to work with processed ones not locally fresh ones; with petrochemical fertilised not organic produce. It pollutes local waters. The infrastructure that globa1.0 macrofranchise lobby for isn’t the same as the Belt Road Education curriculum ( www.aieib.org ) mapping gaps in infrastructure that are exponentially putting sustainability at risk.
What we value as microfranchise requires similar heroic startup processes of human teamwork innovation but with a totally different purpose. So it often takes years to design the first two franchises – learning the most efficient teamwork that is emotionally satisfying to serve 24/7 and how to replicate that so that customers enjoy a consistent service experience. Above all designing-in a positive cash-flow model that growth and improvements depend on. But the purpose of the microfranchise is that most or all of the value it creates cycle upon cycle goes to the team and sustains the local community or is used to scale the overall reach of the solution. Microfranchising networks are the most uniquely purposeful humanity has ever interacted. (In fact they are audited through Brand Chartering by who would uniquely miss what if this didnt exist? and how does the microfranchise continue to win-win trust-flow with every promise made both to producers and those whose life shaping demands it serves)
What entrepreneur would want to go through all the trials of innovating something entirely new and taking the responsibility for motivating the initial teams as they action learn to co-create something that hadn’t previously existed. Firstly edutech entrepreneurs must want this. Secondly, well.. sustainability goals government should be designed to do this wherever either a place participates in the service economy or where life critical service solutions need secure replication through every locality. Furthermore the charity that designs a sustainable service model can get on with achieving its overarching goal instead of its top people having to fund raise (being drawn into the siloised advertising world not the smart hi-trust media) because the charity hasn’t got a sustainable source of finance; research shows how perverse such aid market effects spin over time. If a charity is offering a service but its not efficient effective and expandable then its destiny is to become wasteful over time and if it’s the most famous charity in its cause this may actually block better chains of solutions from ever being free to start up
All of this may sound theoretical , a dream for a transformational model that people and societies may never be practically empowered to spend their lives on. Here we have extraordinary news. The two greatest people development miracles since 1971 have both been primarily sustained around microfranchises. We are talking about the asian miracles of Bangaldesh and China.
Part 2 Let’s profile how similar and different their innovation challenges were back in 1971. And what it took for these huge nations to maximize the employment advantages of microfranchise that develop people and local security as they build nations and offer win-win sustainability solutions worldwide. Lets teach the world to microfranchise in perfect harmony - all we need is one top ranked education web designed as sustainability generation's co-edited mooc of 30000 microfranchises
chris macrae washington dc 240 316 8157