Future of Work: Virtualization of Economy


Grossly underestimated today is the ‘remote-working’, taken as a short-term pandemic issue, undervalued, due to the lack of corrected measurements on productivity and real value remote virtuality plus blatant refusal to accept downfall of office towers across the world. Illusion of normalcy is a jab of vaccines in reality many years away. Grossly misunderstood today is entrepreneurialism; lack of appreciation of hidden talents of citizenry, lack of skills on national mobilization of entrepreneurialism on digital platforms of upskilling for exports and reskilling manufacturing to create local grassroots prosperity are main issues. Bailouts cannot fix the office towers dilemma, displaced workers cannot survive massive confusion, the future of work demands bold open dialogues to tackle specificity and start aggressive plans, nation-by-nation, customized to long-term virtualization of the economy.

Like a meteor, the pandemic has hit the humankind directly on the body, the aftershocks and tsunami on the mind. Now the mind has started asking forbidden questions. Like why, what is real is not visible and what is not real surrounds us. Today, corporate management is confused, the real estate industry of the world frightened, and economic development leaderships of the world mostly in silence. Missing are bold and open debates on specificity where declaration of ‘remote-working-protocols’ adapted with permanence may lead to streamlined recovery and calm the workforces. Unless top national leadership accept the current crisis, a global force of simultaneous transformation as unique phenomena demanding new economic definitions on the workforce fronts, the confusion will turn restless citizenry into an angry force to reckon with. 

All over the world, some 10,000 cities are slowly going dim. The downtown in disarray, offices going remote while billion workers replaced by technology, another billion displaced by covid-19 plus adding another billion misplaced for being too entrepreneurial driven and out of box creative thinkers. The masses are marching on main boulevards, the peace and harmony at risk. Right now, what the local leadership needs at each layer of economic development is “virtualization of economy”. New understanding on how “future of work” becomes invisible but accessible in far superior form via zoomerang culture of virtual and remote working, connected across the world in a 24×7365 format in simultaneous synchronization. A new world of 200 nations and 10,000 cites suddenly opens up as new global markets for Micro-exports and Micro-manufacturing. Of course, such new thinking is a major threat to old systems.

New Laws of Pandemic Recovery and Future Economies:

Allow SME the first $5-10 million revenue in exports, tax-free, this will create jobs and bring foreign exchange. Allow SME free access to all dormant Intellectual Property, Patents, and Academic Experts on voucher programs. Allow SME free full time MBA as 6-12 months interns so MBA graduates can acquire some entrepreneurialism. Allow Million qualified entrepreneurs to park within a nation for 5-10 years under a special tax-free visa. Allow National Mobilization of Entrepreneurialism Protocols mandated to engage trade and exports bodies. Allow National Scoring of entrepreneurialism to measure, differentiate talents, and separate pretenders.  (Expothon is tabling bold agenda and starting high level series of global virtual events starting in early 2021)

By design nouveau-revolutionary;
by action national mobilization-centric, and by style tactical deployment-ready, this new thought leadership is an economic-friendly pragmatic approach to shake down lingering incompetency on global exportability challenges around midsize business economies across the world.

Platform economies allow such mobilizations. Upskilling ‘micro-exporters’ provide local growth and reskilling ‘micro-manufacturing’ creates local jobs. Lack of grassroots prosperity is number one reason amongst developed nations for creating restless citizenry and populism.  Upskilling salvages productivity, performances, profitability, Export saves economies, and entrepreneurialism brings back grassroots prosperity. The pandemic recovery demands superior thinking to match the needed solutions.

The silent mode needs squeezing, all over the world the economic development, in deep silence mostly pointing fingers.  Lack of entrepreneurialism to maximize available resources and revitalization of local talents and encourage women entrepreneurs as two wheels of the same cart, necessary is critical testing of front line management, national by nation and layer-by-layer. 

It is obvious, only digital economies will survive a digital world, rest may drown in paper-baskets. Equally, upskilling citizens for such performance levels demands already skilled leaderships. As super-power-nations lose their grip on global management, some 100- micro-power-nations emerge to play their special leading roles. Small nations have an edge, flooded with technology they have a chance to transform. As knowledge-rich-nations lost their century old luster, the population-rich-nations now are becoming the new leaders. This a major shift, affecting all aspects of global trades. Finding solutions for common good is a critical necessity. 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


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