Knowledge Economy Readiness Assessment for an Innovative System
The Knowledge Economy Readiness Assessment is a very important tool in the bid to becoming a member of the emerging Knowledge Economy Trade.
The readiness assessment serves as a tool to measure the levels of engagement required to sustain a civilization progression using an Innovative System.
The assessment is based upon the requirements as set forth in the World Bank's Knowledge Assessment Methodology which includes the necessary components for an economy to function.
In addition, the assessment determines the readiness of the open-data initiative which is essential to take part in an Innovative System.
Qualified members may participate in a three-step program to model, resource, and deploy a sustainable civilization progression.
innovative system designed to strengthen, capitalize, and mobilize a participating country's competitiveness to become a World Bank member of the knowledge economy.
The AEF Knowledge Assessment Services Plan is a step-by-step process provisioning for a civilization progression occurrence through rapid deployment of sustainable innovations and capital investment via T1C Certified knowledge corridors.
is made up of three components i.e., technology, value theory, and sustainable economic models. The Intelligent Agent disseminates content in a unified working method for knowledge societies to become productive among governance, firms, research centers, institutions, universities, think tanks, consultants, and other organizations.
The value theory part of the Intelligent Agent collaborates with sustainable economic development models by providing quantifiable value assessments and required curriculum. The proposed Center for Civilization Values at the University of Tennessee will serve as the global headquarters for civil and social convergence of Axiology to measure sustainability and growth. The convergence into an interdisciplinary Center for Civilization Values will provide an educational curricula for the development, dissemination, and progression of Axiologically advanced sustainable economic models.
The sustainability certification formalizes the collaborative initiative of bringing together value theory with sustainable economic development models and technologies obtained from Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia Tech, and Henry and Emory College. The sustainability certification approach provides six community insights where sustainable models are broken down into senses i.e., sense of place, vitality, resilience, stewardship, collective, and equality. The six insights serve to support Innovations which occurs under a unified working method that helps communities with knowledge driven information systems for land, water, governance, education, healthcare, social equity, ecological, and humanitarian through knowledge societies for public ownership of energy, transportation, and institutional infrastructure.