Coronavirus Lessons: Leadership on New Economics

The Overview: Visible live on global stage, some 200 nations tackling their own internal battles and demonstrating their own execution styles of mobilization; so what has Coronavirus taught the world…

ONE: The Mobilized leadership; nothing more impressive is to watch your own Head of State in daily briefings.The national leadership boldly visible, tackling difficult questions, conflicting issues, repetitive arguments reaching climax and good ideas fostering safety and uplifting national morale, all in all good signs on teleprompter-less live, open and bold leadership. Well done, because, out of sight, out of reach, pass the buck leadership or mysteriously backroom operations now things of the past. National leadership can optimize their agenda and articulate bold and open economic strategies so the citizenry advance on grassroots prosperity. Build solid stage for daily briefings.

TWO: The Remote Working; welcome home, now critical thinkers and complex problem solvers stay in their own comfortable habitats to outperform with their special skills and replace downtown traffic jams via superb almost free connectivity and face to face conferencing.

THREE: The Remote Learning; upskilling, reskilling, and unlearning or re-learning revolutions taking top spot with remote engagements, the Coronavirus isolation started attracting minds to get closer and engage in meaning full dialogues. So, how do you train billion workers; via uplift entrepreneurialism, upskilling critical thinking and re-skilling complex problem solving all via remote learning in simultaneous synchronization. During last decade, National Mobilization of Entrepreneurialism Protocols repeatedly tabled to Chambers of Commerce and various Governments and Ministers of Trade and Innovative Performance declared too advanced; but not any longer, the meltdown of economies and armies of jobless waving inappropriate degrees now making mobilization of entrepreneurialism and boosting SME economy top issue of national economic survival strategy. The new standards on economical development competency now measured by skills on national mobilization of entrepreneurialism applied on upskilling of the working citizenry. Economies of the world have great opportunities on such deployments. 

FOUR: The Small Medium Business Revival; never ever was there any serious real support or attention given in national debates to small medium businesses as what just happened; President Trump allocated a USD$350 Billion stimulus package as a earth shattering surprise, this is a true entrepreneurial move form President Trump like the Marshal Plan…Canada, Germany, UK, EU, Japan and dozens of other nations are doing the same. The multi trillion dollars stimuli is proof of sudden realization on importance of grassroots prosperity and SME as the real pillar of the economy, bravo, well done. Post corona virus economies will seriously challenge trade groups around the world like precise role of 11,000 Chamber of Commerce and how they mobilize their 45 million members worldwide, also some 100,000 various Trade Associations around the world on their role on digital platforms to foster the SME growth of the world. The SME are just not a small bicycle repair shop or someone with a sewing machine, majorities are smart entrepreneurs, AI, AR, VR connected to small and medium size enterprises and anxious to jump into digital platforms and expand globally. Global age has now altered old perceptions and digitalization provided new wings. National mobilization with upskilling is the missing link.

FIVE: The National Mobilization; Music to digitalization savvy ears, the term ‘’national mobilization” ensures rapid and massive deployments, the old economic development systems based on visiting some old dying plant, cutting ribbons to save jobs, today achieved via digital platform economies, good policies and decisions skate on interconnected systems and create national pulse. Often ignored due to lack of understanding on mobilization or digitalization of governments the future leadership need more specialization to mobilize national entrepreneurialism on innovative excellence to achieve higher exportability with constant upskilling and reskilling to stand up to global competitions. Skilled citizenry is where the grass roots prosperity hidden, as trade wars only proof of lack of exportability unable to face global demands.  Digital platform economies now demand digital-minded-leadership, digital-speed execution and digitization friendly bureaucracies. We are never supposed to beat computers in Chess games but design unbeatable computers. The new post Coronavirus landscape is robot and AI friendly and witnessed what billions unemployed look like… national mobilization with global diversity and tolerance will solve such issues.

The Turn Key: How to save midsize business economy and advance on grassroots prosperity:

ONE: Identify 1000 or 1000,000 high potential small and midsize enterprises within a region or a nation, and create a national agenda to quadruple their performance on innovative excellence and exportability.
Deploy digitization of top national trade associations and chambers of commences to upgrade to world-class digital platforms so that their entire membership can skate nationally and globally showcasing their goods and services. Apply “National mobilization of entrepreneurialism protocols” This is a global age revolution based on entrepreneurial mobilization… study Pentiana Project

TWO: Upskilling, reskilling million small medium businesses and women entrepreneurs across nation:
How do you place 10,000 or 1,000,000 SME owners on digital platforms to boost exports and innovative excellence? Why such ideas are not major funding dependent but mobilization hungry and execution starved? What special skills are required to uplift midsize business economy in 2020, how to transform? How did Alibaba generated USD$39 Billion within 24 hours on 11–11–2019, how to optimize? How Round-tables and Cabinet Level discussions are a good starting point?

Coronavirus, like a message in a bottle, ended up on the shores of our collective human wisdom; lessons are harsh but the silent and uncelebrated deaths of the masses will not go in vain; intolerable pains of not able to hold the loved ones during their last breaths for the very last time will now bind us all together.

The rest is easy

Naseem Javed
Naseem Javed
Naseem Javed, a Canadian born in a printing publishing family of small merchants, settled over two centuries surrounding the Red Fort in Chandni Chowk, Delhi, India. Educated and raised in Karachi, Pakistan, and arrived in Canada fifty years ago. He spent years at the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympics and learned how to create and develop global-stature organizations and events. Acquired global experiences, serviced dozens of Fortune 500 companies as a senior advisor over 25 years, and learned how to commercialize, monetize, and popularize complex ideas globally. Later, in 2000, Naseem took a sabbatical when he noticed markets lost the art of value creation and adopted value manipulation when one million dollar turnover factories traded as 100 million dollar operations in stock exchanges. He took all his high-value knowledge and experiences, placed them in a shoe box, and almost free for the world's 100 million Small and Medium Enterprises. He developed The National Mobilization of Entrepreneurialism Protocols. The rest is history. Now highlighted as a corporate philosopher, the Chair of Expothon Worldwide, and recognized authority on new economic thinking, where the mobilization of small and medium business entrepreneurialism is tabled as the savior of already struggling economies. Expothon has been sharing weekly information with some 2,000 senior officials at the Cabinet level in around 100 countries for the last 50 to 100 weeks. The narratives are an open challenge to current economic development and offer pragmatic solutions and new thinking on mobilizing the untapped talents of the national citizenry. He is a world-class speaker and author, gaining global attention. https://expothon.com