Archive for March, 2014

I was recently given a proof of the front and back covers to review for my upcoming book, The SAIC Solution 2nd Edition. I am pleased with the final result. I have included copies of both covers below. When finalized, the cover will be re-posted here and on the fed.org website such that the photo […]

I have been very pleased with the work that the Foundation for Enterprise Development is doing to promote the study of employee ownership in universities and schools of business. I think this work will provide decision makers with the hard data that they need to understand that employee ownership can have positive effects on their […]

I was pleased to receive a copy of the galley for The SAIC Solution 2nd Edition this week. I am looking forward to reading through it and making my final changes to the book. The next step is to get the index and cover done. Once the index and cover are completed, we’ll send everything […]

I was very pleased to hear that Mike Daniels’ presentation at UCSD’s Rady School on our book Names, Numbers, and Network Solutions was well attended. My wife Betty was able to make it, and she tells me that Mike did a good job explaining NSI’s role in the commercialization of the Internet, and the importance […]


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