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January 24, 2006

A Couple of Announcements 

L-Village 2: One of London's most exciting leadership launches in 2006 is Tomorrows Global Company. This has been rehearsed as an annual benchmarking syndicate for leading UK companies for about 7 years, itself a networking branch of The Royal Society of Arts, a network where the great, the good, and the socially preneurial have been getting together in cafes LV5 and open spaces LV3 for 251 years; so both daughter and 251 year old parent feel they are now ready to go global. I am loosely involved in helping issue TGC inivitations to companies with big enough collaboration challenges to change the world of transparent leadership. Next week one of our team meetings is being held in London prior to the annual inspiration lecture Al Gore is giving us in March. My question: what has brand got to do with Tomorrow's Global Company. If you have a short answer that I can understand, I wil colate it and circulate it maong the team. chris -subject TGC

I am using the 1991 section of this weblog to co-edit with you (should you or your city collaboratively elect) the open source connections of the 3 networks that I have been most conected with tyhrough my life:
World Class Brands Network (started 1991 among readers of my book) of which BB, Medinge are recent co-association branches

Death of Distance - timelining the goodwilled or badwilled expoentials of what networking and global vilages will do to humanity 1984-2024 co-authored with my father of The Economist in 1984- and with extremely urgent tasks 1 2 on our 2005-2010 timeline if the war between goodwill and badwill is to go the way of humanity

Entrepreneurial Revolution - celebrating 30th birthday scripting parties this year and the main way to change economics away from being solely in the interest of big power to connecting the productivities and demands all 6 billion people have open rights to connect
The reasoning for putting this in 1991 is : some of it needs to iterate through wordy re-editing before its simple enough to connect separate disciplines. It also builds some open constructs (because that's what mathematicians just do with obscenely open interest if you read my dad's biograpy of Von Neuman! or have ever used an open mathematical standard to help people value what will be what) around which we can debate issues like : do we need humble marketers? - the SWOTs of which I will seek to debate in my next post.
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