Reorganizing In The Era Of Social Capitalism

July 8, 2014

apitalism is evolving. Society needs to reorganize itself to trade “abundant intangibles instead of scarce tangibles”.  Then, all the decentralized innovations currently coming online can truly integrate.….and, everything will change. Reorganizing In The Era Of Social Capitalism: This 16 minute video describes a method for intangible assets to be made tangible in an accounting system […]

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The Rango Prophesy

July 2, 2012

Human knowledge, like water is constrained behind artificial barriers called “intangible” asset accounting. To build an accounting system that makes knowledge assets “tangible” will open the floodgates of the most valuable currency civilization has ever known. Not surprisingly, the protagonists will meet their appropriate demise – suitable for young viewers, of course.

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The New Value Tool

June 5, 2012
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The New Value Tool May become an important system for analyzing existing ventures for optimum social value creation as well as predicting how collections of knowledge assets in a community can optimize their social value in collaboration with each other.

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The Value Game For University Outreach

May 31, 2012
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Over time, the University will become the physical “Search Engine” for data, information, knowledge, innovation, and wisdom in a community. The University can now deploy this wisdom to their own internal programs and curricula as well as becoming an external reference source for government, industry, and economic development.

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The Value Game Primer

May 30, 2012
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The Ingenesist Project is currently building Value Games for clients in aviation, construction, education, affinity groups, and social service communities. Please let us know how we can serve your New Value creation enterprise.

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Goodbye University Hello Multiversity

March 9, 2012
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The miracle of capitalization and securitization have created relatively extraordinary levels of prosperity on Earth compared to historic social structuring. The ability to capitalize and securitize knowledge assets (instead of classical land, labor, and capital) is likely the next economic paradigm…if not the only economic paradigm.

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Encouraging Customer Self-Organization

February 25, 2012
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I like Dr. V for her ability to really draw out the best in people. Here she tackles a topic of great complexity and makes it feel like an everyday conversation. If you every have an opportunity to interview with Dr. V you will be deeply rewarded with the outcome.

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The Inevitable Next Economy

January 23, 2012
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The innovation age will emerge from the integration of tools developed by the knowledge age. So called “social media” is creating thousands of platforms upon which people reorganize themselves around interests, affinities, relationship, and commerce. As these tools integrate; that is, when the output of one tool becomes the input of another tool (and vice versa), a new economic paradigm will emerge.

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Where Teachers Hold an Equity Position

October 19, 2011
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Harvard University certainly holds and equity position in their students – notably the famous ones. What if every community viewed every child as an asset instead of a liability?

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People Are Corporations Too

August 13, 2011
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Mitt provides us with a looking glass into the fundamental differences between the rich and the poor. The rich see themselves as the proxy for the prosperity of the poor. Meanwhile, the poor see themselves as the proxy for the prosperity of the rich. Neither side admits that they need each other,

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