The Four Pillars of a Right Plan assign roles for Social, Public, Finance, and Business Policy
The Right Plan is the one whose ends, means, practical thinking and purposeful action result in a Good Life. A life full of things you need – and not necessarily a life full of everything you want. With a little luck, goods in body and soul, and by making a habit of good choices that reflect moral virtues of temperance, courage, and justice, a Good Life should be sought and found
Abridged from Politic 322 BCE (Messerly, 2013)
Right Plans are a role-based framework for both economy & society
Nations can reassign responsibility to a different Actor/owner, and then that Actor becomes accountable to eliminate unsustainable policies within their assigned pillar.
Examples of unsustainable policy include double-income families, low fertility rates, high cost of living, low home-ownership rates, starvation wages, and so on (see the list of unsustainable policies on the Method #1 tab). TE and WAOH deprecate ambiguous, unmeasurable, unscientific terms as much as possible; see our USE CASE and Terms Guide for International Monetary Systems here
In any operational system, monitoring must confirm that performance targets (KPIs – Key Performance Indicators) are being met. Designs must be revisited annually whenever poor performance warrants an adjustment to a design or implemented solution