Thursday, December 31, 2015

 reality's maths of trust-flow and purpose

mit workshop on 20 years of research on this

issues which may not go down well in top academia are the maths is almost too simple  --- the wicked problem is framing 

??how everyone starting with those representing those with the least but the most critical need - can look for and action purposeful trust flow especially in what i call  markets that need to be freed as the social world trade sectors - in which father and i would argue (1985 book you have) experiential learning married to give directly apps or open collab hacks is the new economy (10 times more jobs rich than extracting everyone to death)

so when i first spent a year on the web in 1995 i manually hosted organisation creativity network - consensus was people need to get smarter at questioning not rush to claim they have the perfect answers to rule in standardised tests instead of value contextual diversity

I am a bit wary - the only time i gave a lecture at harvard university - to the co-founder of the company and then harvard department head of mass media,  i had mostly worked for most of prior 15 years the end verdict was chris you may be right but there would never be any research funds for that - please go away- fortunately i see mit as potentially the opposite space to harvard just across the river that they are 

the really wicked problem but i dont trust a maths rush to it in a university- i mean all the great maths of 20th c were on their own not doing research specified by bureaucrats contracts - how do you end risk compounding at boundaries caused by the biggest professions exponentially externalising/separating their clients system responsibilities - sadly the constitution of the European Union is worst in the world for managing this innovation

boundaries pose the greatest maths error possible in a world now more connected than separated  -back in 1995 the only business school head i could find who was happy with my thinking was david weir - not sure if he is still online; by around 2004 i was hoping to be the maths guy for pauls global reconciliation network but that fell through too -this time i certainly wont try explicitly to be the maths guy for pope francis- 

it seems i have a lot of falling through to do in my life -not quite sure if I deserve all the boos i get but then i appreciate harrison owen view that sustaining really big innovation involves talking people especially the most arrogant high up and those suffering most from their folly grandeurs who are at war with each other through the same conflict barrier simultaneously- this live skill i will never have- if amy eventually finds the right bosses or empowers of her i would guess she will have facilitatability in diamonds so to speak if anyone her age can

all i can probably explain why qualitative framing is important from maps i made in the 1980s of what societies most wanted from world's biggest new product developers using mit express software -ultimately we used lot of quantitatve tools but ceo.boardroom leaders only wanted to play with simple maps and ultimately qualitative

i would also say that sir fazle abed - founder of the biggest and most collaborative ngo is my number 1 operational execution trust benchmark - his bon mots small may be beautiful but in ending poverty in bangladesh large scale open replicability (the 3Es) is absolutely essential

my reframing starts with idea of deep gravitational purpose  -get it deep and can attract hi-trust as big as purpose is needed round the world

- if you serve/flow that trust through local communal ways to replicate solutions anywhere in analagous need

some thinking necessary to see if the maths has a proof why open space is the world most collaborative mediation network for happy young sustainability millennials able to work 20 hours a day when so called

chris macrae 

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