The Global Model

D. The Global Model
There is much talk about “going global”. Exactly what it will mean to be “global” is still up for grabs. PACT-WORKS is focused on the knowledge of what humankind has experienced and learned about “practical transition” from one state of being to another. PACT-WORKS is designed to anticipate how people and organizations will need to operate between now and the time they become totally globalized. Our business model begins outside the box with strategies that make some broad assumptions:
1. Human beings are experts at:
a. Learning
b. Collecting and distributing knowledge
c. Creating and applying (tools) technology
d. Assigning and accepting values
e. Operating old agendas and creating new agendas.
2. Fulfilling agenda’s takes up time, consumes human/natural resources and always requires newly advanced technologies.
3. The economic pie is not finite. It expands, as does our knowledge of the universe.
4. There is always more technology on the shelf than in use.
5. We must anticipate a time when there are more agendas and jobs than people to fill them.
E. The Pact Framework
1. The Pact Information Components
a. The Thesauri
The collected and recorded words and phrases made significant by a specific pact.
b. The Pact Issues
The specific issues at the heart of a pact and how these issues are affected by the pact’s control over the creation and communication of information.
c. The Objectives
d. The Security
The security of pact data in repository, in transit and in matters of eligibility for access by individuals and organizations
e. The Agreements/Practices
The agreement between pact subscribers as to how their people are to work together in the use, care and release of the quality information that brings them together.
f. The Web Sector
g. The Identity Profiles
h. The Data Templates
i. The Documents & Multi Media
j. The Hand-Offs And Transactions
The generation and channeling of transactions between subscribers pursuant to information circumstances defined by the pact..
k. The Monitoring Program
Pact Works has a continuing responsibility for managing each unique web based information exchange. Monitoring involves the control of conditions under which information is brought together, the purposes for which it is to be used and the methods of its access and distribution as well as the content quality.
l. The Subscriptions
2. The Pact Population
a. Individual People
b. Individual Organizations
c. Sectors
Sectors are short and long term groupings of real and potential collaborators. A pact sector cuts across the standard spectrum of web and industrial communities to carve out and unite people and organizations that have a pact-specific, long or short-term common cause. As there are millions of issues in the world, there is the potential for millions of pacts. People and organizations are not limited to one or a few sectors and they may leave sectors behind and return to them as they evolve their operating identities.
3. The Pact Roles
a. Pact Sponsors
Sponsors are the original motivators of a specific pact. They may continue on, after a pact is operational as a pact board of directors, if required and afforded by the pact.
b. The Pact Subscribers
Subscribers are our clients. They pay for and utilize our services in order to effectively collaborate with each other. In doing so, they subscribe to their own agreement or “pact” that defines the benefits and the roles of mutual commitment.
c. The Pact Users
Users are the individual people who reach into the pacts for the specialized information and communications tools that empower them to do their jobs and succeed in their objectives.
d. The Pact Third Parties
Third parties are the many independent resources that may be brought in to service a pact.