Archive for August, 2007

Here is the second in a series of five “myths” of employee ownership written by Bill Scott. I hope you find it as interesting as I do. Bill Scott welcomes your comments on this article. — Bob MYTH #2: More Employee Ownership Is Always Better By Bill Scott At many large, public companies there seems […]

Book Second Printing Update

Our publisher has postponed the second printing of the book until such time as sales increase. We will be meeting over the next week or two to discuss ways to keep our sales on track — especially through the holiday season. If you have any ideas on ways we can increase our book sales, I […]

On August 17, an in-depth article appeared in the La Jolla Village News about SAIC — how it worked, and why it was a success. The article reviews the activities over a 35-year period which led to the continuing growth and profitability of SAIC. During this period, of course, SAIC benefited from being an innovative […]

These are my first impressions of DARPATech 2007, which finished last Thursday, August 9, in Anaheim. The meetings were conducted in the Marriott Anaheim Hotel and were attended by 3,000 participants. I must say that I was overwhelmed by the technology presented — both at the meetings, and at the Exhibit Hall. On Monday night, […]

Preparing for DARPATech

I have been busy this week preparing to attend DARPATech, which will be held this year in Anaheim at the Marriott Hotel. In the sessions, the project managers in charge of the various high technology offices in DARPA will discuss their programs and what they have accomplished. There are reports from at least a dozen […]

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