The Social Business Model mapped by Dr Yunus is mathematically designed to be the
most purposeful organsiation100% sustainbility of cashflowAll surplus reinvested
System Map criteria:
Origin of this 30+year old model: Grameen franchises -each a business where the community of owners wanted all the profit to be reinvested in ending poverty
Typical recent achievements: the microcreditsummit network that used Grameen as its benchmark convened in 1997 and
set and achieved the 10 year goal of providing 100 million families with access to neding poverty
The idea of committing
to the most purposeful organisational systems ever compounded is not for everyone - eg some business systems will always
be designed around rewarding external owners. However just as Bangladeshi communities in deep need were
well served by investing communally in social busiensses, so today might any philathropist supporting a millennial rights
goal or other challenge - eg climate - whose deadlines must be met if our species is to be sustained.
by learning from the social business system's 9-win molecular structure, vital questions about networking sustainability
can be mapped.
Extract from review at the euintangibles.net library:
THE MAP of Missing Governance-
Leadership Transparency & Dynamic Valuation of Intangibles & Networks -Macrae
(Chris), Mitchell(Alan), et al URL http://www.valuetrue.com/
Transparency Mathematics is developed around
the 5 opposite dynamics to current accounting . These start every audit with the living system principle of detecting emerging
relationship conflicts - the direct opposite of transactional accounting's inadvertent compounding of future risk caused
by its notions of separability and past performance. By mapping the intangible productivities and demand, dynamic valuation
indices can be derived. Today transparency maps explain all the risks and social-economic growth opportunities that are made
opaque by the systemic diseases that short-term tampering of making numbers at the expense of trust-flow causes. This work
also connects with the future history shifts of networking economies and societies first published as Norman Macrae's
2024 Report in 1984 whilst Deputy Editor of The Economist (1, 2)
Who’s your business’s –or industry sector’s = purpose designed for? Customers?
Employees? Owners? Societies? Business Partners? Sustaining productivities? Meeting Demands? The human
relations system truth is: you have a choice and this will determine what governance audit you need to map so that they there
are no conflicts between those whose goodwill you multiply by keeping your promises over time.
Mathematically the more time that an investment is sustained in a humanly desirable purpose,
the more opportunities there are to compound win-win-wins across coordinates of productivity and demand. Conversely, the more
speculative or short-term the investment horizon of owners the less the opportunities to multiply goodwill through different
stakeholders. This book will map how one organisational system is capable of sustaining 10-wins . Moreover,
a network - where two or more wholly different systems such as global corporation and a grassroots up system designed to end
poverty or other human crisis – can potentially compound 100-win, or 100-lose exponentials.
Picture of exponential value multiplication
It is probably too early to adjudicate whether the networking age has yet sustained a
100-win system. There are clear signs that we have come close to 100-lose systems: dotcoms subprime banks in 2008 and in all
probability too much investment in carbon intenssive energy sectors and too little in solar.
However lets starts with one of the best goodwill cases that is verifiable . The microcredit
system Grameen developed by Dr Yunus is built round the 9-win system which he calls the social business model. His extraordinary
new book in 2008 asks that the world join his exploration of future capitalism with 81-win networking partner models.