Archive for the 'FED' Category
On Monday I had the opportunity to attend a private screening of the FED’s new film “We the Owners” at the Rady School at UCSD. The film is now complete and I am very pleased with it.
My daughter Mary Ann Beyster and her team did a great job showing how employee ownership has benefitted the [...]
This week the Foundation for Enterprise Development had its annual end-of-year Christmas party on Wednesday. Unfortunately, I missed it due to a mix up with my schedule.
However, I did hear from several sources that the party was a good one, and I’m sorry I missed it. Many of my old friends and colleagues from SAIC [...]
As you may know, my daughter Mary Ann runs the Foundation for Enterprise Development. This week they had their annual Beyster Fellowship Symposium here in La Jolla. This year the theme of the symposium was Open Systems: Transforming Diverse Ownership Theories to Practice, and about 60 people attended.
Many of the attendees were fellows in the [...]
While working on the manuscript for the book on Network Solutions, I have been reading many articles on social networking. In particular, I am very interested in how the Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace Web applications have come to prominence over the past couple of years. It seems to me that more people are spending time [...]
I have been following the upcoming mid-term elections with great interest. To be honest, I’m not particularly impressed with any of the stories that are being told. I’m sure that the people on the tickets are generally good people, but the stories that both the Republicans and Democrats are telling don’t sound that different to [...]
I was pleased to see that the Center for Business Education at the Aspen Institute recently announced the winners of the 2010 Shared Capitalism through Employee Ownership Dissertation Proposal Awards. This year’s winners are Karen Bernhardt-Walther, a doctoral candidate in economics at the University of Chicago Booth School and Natasha van der Zwan, a doctoral [...]