The 9 Economies in a Nutshell, is a 9+ Slides presentation that introduces you to the 9 economies from the point of view of added value generation, 9 categories and the respectives generated 9 types of economies.
- Economy: (From Greek οίκος – “household” and νęμoμαι – “manage”)
- Holistic Economy: (from Greek ὅλος holos “all, whole, entire”) economy.
- Primordial Economy: The Natural, original economy.
The 9 Economies are a nonary inclusive economy model, for which added value is organized in 9 classes or types of economy.
In order to differentiate economies, each economy utilizes a unique currency. It means there are 9 currencies.
The translation from one currency to another one does not take place in this version of the 9 economies model.
PERCEIVED ADDED VALUE IN THE 9 ECONOMIES
Innovation, skills, solutions may be valuable but if “the economy” they belong to is not perceived by the system hosting them, then bargain and transaction may never take place under fair conditions.
When a community only utilizes one single economy and the other 8 economies are invisible, the added value generated by individuals and organizations, communities, in the non visible 8 economies is not “perceived” but is part of the bargain and it is acquired, as a consequence an unfair economy evolves.
The following 9 slides, suggest the fields of innovation, added value generation, that belong to the 9 economies.
ECONOMY TYPE 01: Complex systems, sonic technology, innovation based on the study of geometry, sound, light, and intelligence.
ECONOMY TYPE 02: Inclusive gender skills, co-creativity, communication, collaboration, male and female skills based innovation.
ECONOMY TYPE 03: Wealth, property, money, innovation in fields shelter, food, health, care, security, safety, protection, nutrition.
ECONOMY TYPE 04: Includes innovation related to organic growth, network, community and family culture, as well as with those related to quality of service, customer assurance, marketing, sales, quality of living and sustainable development.
ECONOMY TYPE 05: Includes innovation related to intellectual property, I.P. management, patents, designs, knowledge, know how, models, systems.
ECONOMY TYPE 06: Includes innovations related to values, operational guidelines, policy, culture, identity, collective emotional intelligence, agreement of value
ECONOMY TYPE 07: Includes innovations related to emotional intelligence, mindset, perception, process management, emotional intelligence, information, technology, data, A.I., (augmented, virtual, expanded) reality.
ECONOMY TYPE 08: Includes innovations related to the ability of learning, creativity, thinking, strategic management, production, resources and human management, thinking and doing outside of the box.
ECONOMY TYPE 09: Includes innovations related to leadership, mission statement, purpose, alignment.