welcome from chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk living near bethesda's national institutes of corona-scared society-old homepage here: who do you learn from most? - in my case 4 generations of my macrae family tree who have lived or worked in most nations of the world .. work example: at worlds biggest ad agency i met a lot of powerful leaders but never have i been more privileged than 10 hours with fazle abed over 10 years of visits to bangladesh
Stories of how 3 asian teenagers - gandhi, abed, ma -changed the world by translating the language of english empire into a dynamic that lived up to einstein's humanisation of science as well as scottish hopes for machines and man started up 1760 glasgow U by first engineer watt and first economics mapmaker smith
livesmatter human development seven 5-point wonders - thanks to legacy of fazle abed
VESTY
5e's
SHELF
leap 5g's
UNITS
5factor17sdgs
5 ER WWW trading maps


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BRACscholars- How did world poorest women (Bangladesh) build the world's number 1 sustainability goals economy? ..resilient community building plus
rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk contribute end poverty case for finance health education or other
national financial servicesultra poor grant :: village microfinance plus : : remittances : city bank :; merchant banking for poor ::
village health services village para-health- 10 most basic infant/maternal disease - wash program -- last mile specific solution eg TB
food security agricultural markets rice science other veggies science poultry dairy
digital banking model for up to billion unbanked bkash
childrens education networks aka girl empowered triple win edutech-healthtech-fintech

largest non gov provider of primary and pre-primary schools - teen-mentoring clubs -secondary scholarships

BRAC U
other national markets ..
international financial services remittances to bangladesh ---- partner funding for bangladesh and 13 countries - global club of "good" banks
other sdg priority coalitions of each of last 10 schol yeras to 2030combating genocide and forced replacement
livesmatter.city tour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
help needed to map tours to universal vaccine coalition and other shared maps of sdg races and livesmatter.city
check out curriculum of entrepreneurial humanity started the economist xmas 1976

curriculum of entrepreneurship for humanity started in the economist 25 dc 1976


,,Learning, and social-economic action networking, around BRAC=the world's largest NGO partnership economy is a unique pursuit.
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Friday, December 31, 1999

which leaders and brand networks do under 30s need to be alumni of to be the sustainability generation? votes welcome - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk ps as diaspora scots we believe that family trees develop sustainable economics especially SDGIRLS- tell us if your family has helped youth sustain more value than jackma.family

update 2020 - top 10 networks for students and teachers of sdgs generation to be alumni of

1 fazle abed' and partners 50 years of helping billion poorest women develop global villages- health partners kim farmer soros gates; financial partners gates, jack ma, quadirs/mit, education partners cambridge, wise, yidan, -brac u and bux; food security partners most borlaug alumni, japan aid - country-grant partners netherlands, britain

2 schwarzman scholars- college partners 100 nations joining tsingua beijing , oxford rhodes -also epicentre of virus research , mit boston

3 jack ma partners - commerce alibaba partners, finance ant finance parters, education un and new foundations of ma from 2019 includes histo9ric mentoring by soft bank masa son and yahoo's jerry yang

4 top 10 livesmatter cities including vienna and hong kong

infrastructure investment banking partners of china and japan and korea and asian - includes 26 nations railway - see tours 1 2

help search out rest of top 10


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Chartering Thoughtpad

Windows <1>to <15>click to 1996 Handbook 16 to 20 links to Value Exchange (VE) Business Modeling
CREATEComm'nsBrand profileESSENCE
Who would uniquely miss what if this brand did not exist?
IDENTITY What inventory of design codes are invested in the brand? How is each code actually being translated in branding smart , visible and memorable relationships,?

<2>
HERITAGE/ FRIENDSHIP What else carries over from yesterday's relationships with consumers/clients which explains why we are who we are?
What effect does past culture have on the future?
<3>
FUTURE NEWS What else to "do now" to keep brand newsworthy and fit for competing in future business environments?What sorts of products/services will it have in five years time?
<4>
OTHER CREATEWhat else can (re)create leadership and ensure that we cannot be outpositioned by competitors?

<5>
MANAGEactionsMASTER-BRIEFING As the economies of new types of media proliferate, how do we ensure consistently efficient integration of contributions from all of our creative agencies? "Glocally"!?
What jobs are the different media channels doing?
<6>
QUALITY& VALUE How do we get perceived competitive quality and value consistently right for every consumer and customer with every product and service directed in the brand's name?
How do we set goals and measureperformance?
<7>
FLOW/NET-WORKINGAs brand formation flows across the organisation, is every department contributing optimally to the success of the brand?
Are experts sharing their topline knowhow on process opportunities and risks?
<8>
UMBRELLA CONNECTIONS Are we making full use of new marketing rules associated with umbrella and banner brands?
Do managers understand how marketing's "rules of targeting" must be balanced by "rules of connecting"?
<9>
OTHER MANAGE
What else would enhance teamwork and support balanced management of the brand's objectives? Eg how do we appraise managers for what they contribute in the medium term as well as the short term?<10>
DIRECTInvestmentsInnovation profileBRAND ARCHITECT What is brand's role within brand architecture? (eg corporate brand, product sub-brand?), Is the architecture focused at right levels and suitably interconnected to lead our sphere of business whatever types of world class competitor emerge?
Which employees feel threatened if we change our brand archi-tecture?<11>
STRATEGYARCHITECT Are there any other disconnections between our strategic visions and the totality of our brand architecture? Eg do we have the right core competences?
Who will be our competitors and will be our partners?



ORGANISATIONARCHITECAre there disconnections between our organisational missions, roles, culture etc and our brand architecture? Eg do we set the right performance goals for branding to keep control of the added value chain?

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DRAMA OF LEADERSHIP Is the brand's purpose motivating enough and so well understood that everyone in the business team urgently senses what to "do now"?
Who is really responsible for the brand's goals?
Are we fearless in identifying with the change scenarios that will earn our stakeholders' trust?

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OTHER
DIRECT
What else connects each brand and the brand architecture with prioritised organisational capabilities and strategic competences?





business MODELVE profile
What value do consumers uniquely want from us? ( If our VE is not already buyer-centric, when & how do we change from being seller-centric? )
How do we build this in as a win-win in our VEBusiness Modeling?
What value do employees most want from us?
How do we build this in as a win-win in our VEBusiness Modeling?
Business Modeling?
 Business Modeling?
Who are the other stakeholders whose relationship loyalty we depend on? What do they want and how do we build them into our VEBusiness Modeling?

Saturday, December 25, 1999

Please book any Synonyms to Poverty Museum or POP (Preferential Option Poor)

Map and cclebrate world class profesisonals who lives with the poor, and also diagnose what failed systems compound poverty traps and needs your networks' help to dissolve these, and whose urgency for mediating social action sees it as a sin not to app modern tech to life critical solutions prioritised by poorest