Archive for the 'Employee Ownership' Category
If you have been following this blog, you know that the Foundation for Enterprise Development recently released a new film about Employee Ownership titled We the Owners. My daughter Mary Ann Beyster recently returned from a successful trip to Europe to promote the film within a variety of universities and business groups.
The FED has posted [...]
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 [...]
Well, the Presidential election is now just hours away from taking place and from what I gather, each side is both worried and hopeful for the outcome. I have already voted, and my vote went to the Republican side. I just think that it’s time for a change in Washington. Obama is a good man, [...]
I would like to thank all of the current and former SAIC employees who responded to my post last week on the planned breakup of the company. While I am not surprised that so many of you posted your own opinions, I am surprised by the attention my post generated outside of SAIC. Washington Technology [...]
I am pleased to let you know that the FED has released a trailer for their new film on employee ownership called We the Owners. The film, which is scheduled to be released in Summer 2012, looks at the stories of employees and founders from three companies, each of which is structured with distinct forms [...]
As you by know by now, the University of Michigan holds a very special place in my life and in my heart. My father — who was a graduate of the College of Engineering — would drive us out to Ann Arbor on weekends to visit my aunt Jessie. I was very impressed with the [...]