Archive for January, 2014

I recently read in the Los Angeles Times that Tom Jones, former CEO of Northrop, died a couple of weeks ago. Jones was probably the last of the maverick aerospace top executives from the ’60s, and he turned Northrop into a real global power to be reckoned with. While I didn’t personally know Tom Jones, […]

I recently read an interesting article from Forbes.com that discusses employee ownership. I was very pleased to see that there is still a national conversation about the benefits of employee ownership. The article is titled “Raising Minimum Wage? How About Raising Employee Ownership?” and it references Rutgers professor Joseph Blasi’s new book, The Citizen’s Share. […]

As you may be aware, we are currently working on the 2nd edition of my book about the origins, growth, and practices of SAIC, titled The SAIC Solution: How We Built an $8 Billion Employee-Owned Technology Company. The manuscript is currently being edited by our publisher, and we hope to have the book available for […]

We will soon be publishing The SAIC Solution 2nd Edition and would love for current and former SAIC/Leidos employees to be part of the book cover photo block. Please reply to jdickerson@fed.org with a photo of yourself while working at SAIC/Leidos (at least 1 MB), the years you worked at the company, your department, etc. […]


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