Unlocking Global Prosperity

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World Government Servant Rights

When desires become rights, then freedom becomes a "feeling of freedom." These are not all desires, but the most essential and useful for society and organizations desires of citizens in organizations.

They are borrowed from one of the largest Gallup Research 'In search of the spirit of organizations', conducted among the employees of the 400 largest and most successful, so-called 'eternal' - at the top, no matter who runs them, global companies (Johnson and Johnson, General Electric, etc.), which asked more than 80 million questions to 800,000 employees. The idea was to find the most significant expectations of employees, but only those that are related (correlated) with maximizing productivity, efficiency, profit, and quality of customer service of their companies. It is natural and most meaningful for these expectations to be declared as rights.

Ensure every member understands their roles, goals, and responsibilities, contributing to the overall objectives of the organization.

Provide all essential resources—equipment, information, and time—needed for successful task completion.

Access to support from colleagues and management, including mentorship and professional development consultations.

Tasks and responsibilities should match the skills, interests, and career aspirations of the individual.

Deserved recognition and rewards for good performance, including public acknowledgment and financial incentives.

Ensuring workplace safety and health, including prevention of occupational diseases and accidents.

Respect for the individuality and dignity of every person, without discrimination or harassment.

Opportunities for personal and professional growth through training and regular constructive feedback.

Opportunity for members to express their opinions and ideas, as well as participate in decision-making processes.

Protection of employees' rights and interests over their intellectual property and creativity.

Engaging in work that has a clear purpose and significance, contributing to personal fulfillment and societal good.

Quality standards that ensure a high level of performance and productivity.

Acknowledgment for personal contributions and efforts, including expressions of gratitude and awards.

Access to the latest technology and tools that facilitate work and enhance productivity.

Continuous professional development opportunities, including training, seminars, and courses.

Regular and objective feedback that promotes growth and improvement.

Ensuring a balance between professional duties and personal life, including flexible working hours and remote work options.

A workplace free from any form of discrimination based on gender, race, age, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, or any other.

Equal access and opportunities for all members based on merit and qualifications.

Protecting members during internal investigations and disciplinary processes, ensuring transparency and fairness.

Protection of personal information and privacy of members within the organization.

The opportunity for members to organize, participate in professional unions, or other associations.

The right for members to participate in strike actions within legal frameworks when other conflict resolution methods have been exhausted.

The Rights as defined by UMSG in, when compared to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the European Social Charter (ESC), and the United States Bill of Rights, display a more practical and managerial focus tailored to organizational contexts.

In conclusion, while the foundational documents like the UDHR and the ILO Declaration set the stage for universal human rights, UMSG's tailors these principles to the specific needs and dynamics of modern organizations, offering a practical framework for enhancing both employee welfare and organizational performance.

Each component of UMSG - the Code, Credo, and Rights - independently aligns with some of the world's most recognized philosophical and moral-ethical concepts. Individually, they mirror the depth and impact of these profound ideas. When combined, Code, Credo, and Rights transform UMSG into an extremely effective and powerful tool in combating natural and societal entropy. This holistic application has the potential to catalyze an unprecedented flourishing of civilization, aligning with humanity's highest aspirations. The synergy of these components in UMSG could lead society closer to achieving its most ambitious goals, akin to reaching towards the stars, embodying the essence of's civilization concept. 


Study questions for each principle of UMSG to students

These questions are tailored to be universally applicable, suitable for exploring the principles of in any organizational setting—be it corporate, government, educational, or non-profit—focusing on generating positive outcomes and addressing societal needs. 

How the specific principle from that we consider affects:

Attractiveness for Investments:

Predicting the Future:

Creative Solutions:

Role of Technology:

Change in Behavior:

Interdisciplinary Relevance:

Emotional Intelligence:

Social Impact:

Corporate responsibility:

Cultural Sensibility:

Legal Consequences:

Global vs. Local Perspectives:

Financial Accountability and Sustainability:

Principles in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR):

Environmental Assessment:

Integration into Organizational Culture:

Continuous Improvement:


The framework provides a comprehensive approach to organizational management that can lead to significant economic and social benefits. By implementing these principles and continuously striving for improvement, organizations can create a sustainable future for themselves and their stakeholders.


To create a cohesive design for the park zone that reflects the rights of employees, it would be effective to group these rights into broader categories that share common themes. Here’s a proposed grouping:

1. Fundamental Work Rights:

2. Recognition and Development:

3. Technological and Educational Advancement:

4. Feedback and Balance:

5. Equality and Justice:

6. Privacy and Association Rights: