This is a wide-ranging discussion with Ranjan of London Conversation on the Home@ix re-patterned Knitting in response to the emerging Going Direct Paradigm.
Each group has its own economic interests and perspective foremost in mind when it analyses the economy and promotes a particular viewpoint. Politicians, economists, and business people rarely promote analysis that conflicts with their group interests. Clarity and analytical integrity generally work against private interests and are usually absent. Home@ix here, In an attempt to seek out and further the public interest on the question of affordable housing, sets out the arguments even where this may conflict with the privileged private interests which usually dominate the analysis and debate in corporate discourse, especially whilst either promoting or seeking investment patronage.
We would ask the easily shocked to consider that the uncompromising approach in This video will pose a major challenge to those who have learned their analysis exclusively through channels devoted to promoting privileged and usually private interests, and please be advised that you must “unlearn” erroneous but pervasive assumptions and principles ( If only temporarily ) to consider the Customer viewpoint in these questions.
We have adopted this approach to seek out and understand what there may be in these discussions which provide a set of parts for a model to make the Old broken models obsolete, following the advice of Bucky Fuller.
.“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” — R. Buckminster Fuller
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