Archive for March, 2007

Book Tour is Launched!

Mary Ann Beyster, Robert Craig, and I attended the NCEO/Beyster Institute conference last week. The two day conference was devoted to matters of employee ownership. Both technical topics on operating an ESOP and on direct ownership were discussed. Over 700 people attended the event. It turned out to be a very productive and rewarding experience. […]

Beyster’s Blog 2.0

Welcome to my new blog. We have been calling it, with tongue firmly in cheek, Beyster 2.0. My original reasons for doing a blog were twofold: to reconnect with my many friends and colleagues, from SAIC and elsewhere, and to solicit your ideas and input for my book, The SAIC Solution. I am pleased that […]

Week thirty-seven

We had a good meeting last week with a consultant who is going to help us take the blog to the next level in functionality and interaction. I was happy to hear that the blog rates high in its relative “influence” on the Internet. Thank you for your ongoing participation. We plan to introduce a […]

Week thirty-six

We’re going to be redesigning the blog over the next few weeks to make it more user friendly and to bring in some new blogging features to dialog on the book topics and more. If there are any blogs that you personally enjoy, and that you think we should consider as we work on our […]

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