The work for 2017 builds on prior efforts -- looking at issues of legitimacy







Society(n) Governance

Not classes – rather, classifications. @dev


Investing in Integrated Care Is a Circular Affair

Circles and cycles  @dev


There Has Never Been a Plan

East meets East and West meets West, but when they meet, it is tradition that’s best @dev


Left vs Right Politics is False Politics

Extending the Greek polis tradition to where it could have gone before @dev


Kalecki Time

Monetary groundings for cooperative governance and development consensus @dev


3 Cs Health Consortium

A data-driven, knowledge-driven public/private health program is the best alternative for small countries. As they typically have restricted resources, they have less latitude in terms of services provided. This can become an advantage, as much higher levels of funding have not necessarily brought concurrent benefits to wealthy states. The is particularly true of chronic conditions, which are skewed against wealthier regimes. By concentrating on known facts and emphasizing healthy traditions, countries of Central and Southeastern Europe can create unique programs that avoid the modern pitfalls. Thus, they can avoid the negative outcomes, the costs, and the burden to health systems brought on by bad health habits resulting from ignorance of better alternatives @dev


That Humanity Thing

Geopolitics is not the driver any more @dev


Humanity 2.0, Not Golem 2.0

Stop pouring money down the rabbit hole, start believing in people. @dev


Creation of the BWA Financial Infrastructure

Technology and system capable of supporting fluidity and dual control in global governance and finance


The Real War: Process vs. Prerogative

The Peloponnesian War of our times @dev


The Second Great Polish

Transformation of Our Time

Capitation saves the nation @dev


Presentation: Dual Control, the Missing Legacy

Combining knowledge with authority to overcome prerogatives of the administrative state. This is the answer to the social, political, and economic quandary of our times. Audio is important to gain full understanding of the content.The PowerPoint show file is just under 50 Mb. This includes information with regard to the California Act and collaboration with Poland, China, and the Emirates in this regard.



Dual Control vs. the Administrative State: Process Over Prerogative in California Health

Government is bad at business – which is to say, it is bad at administration – in the eyes of virtually everybody. Legislatures make well-meaning decisConfidenceandBlueOcean-11ions, but of late, these do not bring satisfaction. The anti-government, populist movement is clearly attributable to this. Perceived government missteps – substantiated by actual government missteps – are one of the oldest problems on record. The last 500 years in the West has brought open contempt for executive functions of governments. At best, there is criticism of “red tape’ and ‘bureaucracy’. ‘Little’ government is generally considered to be better than ‘big’ government simply as a function of their size: Given that they perform badly, if they are smaller, they will perform less badly. @dev


Confidence, the Ultimate Blue Ocean Opportunity: More Humanity, Not Less

One thing cannot be said about our times, that these are confident times. Current conditions to not naturally encourage self-assurance – at least, from the more prominent news and apparent implications of political and economic events. Something like confidence exists in pockets of society, but in many cases, it is surely misplaced, a manifestation of a very different thing. @dev


Push Me -- Pull You: Living Systems from Cells to the Supranational

Living systems are particularly effective managers and exploiters of information, one of the major weaknesses of organizational systems at all levels. Thus, systems poorly reflect requirements of nature as they are also poor repositories of knowledge-driven solutions in all fields. By understanding how nature manages information and facilitates optimal decision-making, we can expand on our capacity to do the same. @dev


Don’t Cry for Me, Venezuela: OPL and the OBOR Economy

We present the individualist model, the liberal model derived in recent times based principally on trade, derived from colonization, as being problematic. Indeed, it does encourage dependence. This does not in any way diminish the value of trade among nations and peoples that are independent and self-sufficient, strong in their positions and stable generally. The Internet, of course, provides for immediate transfer of electronic bits and the information they represent. We will always similarly benefit from improved means of transferring material bits, products and people, in some combination. OPL as a phenomenon will help the establishment of the new OBOR and even out the transfers of such materials and people. @dev


Policy Brief: Comprehensive Model for Maximizing Employment Outcomes (CAMEO)

The 2020 Program supports a parallel effort in occupational practice called the Comprehensive Model for Maximizing Employment Outcomes, or “CAMEO”. This program is a structured means of assessing native abilities and matching then with educational, training, and rehabilitation programs for individuals at various life stages. These are to be matched with occupational and employment requirements models designed using the same kinds of tools and design environments.


Identifying and Empowering the Various Poleis of Health

Leveraging the Polish experience @dev


Mother Russia: Earth’s Puzzle

Realization of Greece's polity formula @dev