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Noetitek™ on Global Economic Development

March 29, 2009

Economist and management theorist, Peter Drucker, divided modern economic history into “eras,” each spanning about forty years. These eras, said to reflect “organizing principles,” were called: Natural Resources, Industrial Production, Mass Markets, and Information. Although he considered the Information era to have ended in 1995, he was unable to put a name to the organizing principle emerging at that time. Using his “organization by definition” approach to understanding history, the present era might be called the Cyber-Transaction or E-Source era. 

The trouble with perceiving modern economic history in terms of readily observable periods based on their apparent “organizing principles,” is that these are not organizing principles comparable to those found in the field of biology, for example. As much as Drucker’s approach to organizing economic history by analyzing the evolution of commercial ingenuity succeeded in identifying a systematic flow and supplying a better logical framework than broader event-defining terms such as “Industrial Revolution” and “Information Age,” it provides no guiding light for the present and future. 

As has been true since the Dawn of Time, literally, Nature provides one master set of organizing principles that have been present throughout the evolution of everything, including technological developments propelled by human intention. In the arena of commerce, the fundamental intention is to dominate and control. Through using the Noetitek™ system, which is based on the Language of Nature, it is reasonable to conclude that no theory of modern-day economics can enlighten and lead the way unless it parallels the modern-day evolution of human control.

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