Archive for June, 2007
My wife Betty and daughter Mary Ann joined me on June 13 for a long overdue combination vacation and book (The SAIC Solution) promotional trip. We first visited Washington DC and attended two events: an early evening meeting at SAIC of the Northern Virginia Technology Council, and a book signing at Borders bookstore in McLean. […]
As you will see on the Book Tour page of this blog, I am getting ready to make another trip to the East Coast. On Thursday, June 14, I will be at a reception and book signing for the Northern Virginia Technology Council; then on Friday, June 15, I’ll be at Borders Tysons Corner for […]
I am gratified to hear so many positive comments about my book, The SAIC Solution, and it has been enjoyable to see so many of you again at the book signing events. For those of you who haven’t yet spoken up, I would appreciate if you would take a moment or two to express your […]
Employee Ownership Myth 1: Employee Ownership Is Good For Founders…But Not So Good For Most Employees2 Comments Published by Dr. Beyster June 1st, 2007 in Employee Ownership.
This is a busy week for guest bloggers. Here is the first in a series of articles that we’ll run this summer by our third guest blogger Bill Scott on the topic of employee ownership myths. Most of you probably know that Bill was a physicist with SAIC from its earliest days, and he served […]