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10 Things to Know about IRC Section 1042 

Section 1042 of the Internal Revenue Code allows for the deferral of capital gains tax when selling qualified securities to an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP). Here are 10 things we think selling shareholders should know about the 1042 election. 
Author: Khorsand, Behzad
Pub. Date: 2014-12-10

1worker1vote: MONDRAGON in the US 

MONDRAGON, the largest cooperative in the world, and the inspiration for several U.S. cooperatives, faces a challenge in 2013 after one of its largest cooperatives votes to leave the group and another goes bankrupt. 
Author: Henderson, Rebecca; Norris, Michael
Pub. Date: 2015-09-18

2011 Employee Ownership Executive Briefing Featuring Michael Keeling 

Michael Keeling, president of the ESOP Association explores the outlook for employee ownership in general and the ESOP model in the 21st century... 
Author: Keeling, Michael
Pub. Date: 2011-03-15

A Cooperative Solution 

Four times a year, as many as a thousand clients of each local branch of Rabobank, a leading Dutch institution and one of the world’s 25 largest banks, assemble to discuss business. 
Author: Lotti, Riccardo; Mensing, Peter; Valenti, Davide
Pub. Date: 2006-07-17

A Direct Stake in Economic Life: Worker-Owned Firms  

That individuals work harder, better and with greater enthusiasm when they have a direct interest in the outcome is self-evident to most people. The obvious question is: Why aren’t large numbers of businesses organized on this principle? The answer is: In fact, thousands and thousands of them are. 
Author: Alperovitz, Gar
Pub. Date: 2006-02-01

A Slice of the Sun: Namaste Solar Electric Takes Employee Ownership to the Limit 

Each of Namaste's 27 co-owners receives the same compensation, has equal voice in decision-making, and is afforded the same opportunities to participate in company ownership, says Namaste president Blake Jones, who reluctantly adopted his title to give customers and the media a sense of company leadership.  
Author: Mitchell, Karen
Pub. Date: 2007-09-01

A Stake in the Outcome: Building a Culture of Ownership for the Long-term Success of Your Business 

The strategy outlined by the authors hinges largely on opening up the books to all employees and keeping the staff posted on financial matters. 
Author: Stack, Jack; Burlingham, Bo
Pub. Date: 2003-09-16

Agricultural Cooperatives: Origins, Structure, Financing and Partnerships 

This technical note explains how agricultural cooperatives are structured and financed, as well as how they form partnerships with one another and other elements of the food system. 
Author: Goldberg, Ray A.; Preble, Matthew
Pub. Date: 2010-11-18

AMB Property Corporation 

The historical timeline published on the website of AMB Property Corporation informs viewers that, in 2002, the company became “the first public company in several years to expense stock options.” 
Author: The National Center for Employee Ownership
Pub. Date: 2006-05-01

Amul Dairy 

How could the managing director maintain the firm's cooperative structure, address the nutritional needs of all Indians, make use of emerging technology, and navigate the country's dairy policies in the coming years? 
Author: Goldberg, Ray A.; Cornell, Ian McKown
Pub. Date: 2013-07-23

ATA Engineering 

The Structural Dynamics Research Corporation wanted employees to think like owners. The easiest way to do that was to give them an equity stake. 
Author: The National Center for Employee Ownership
Pub. Date: 2007-05-01

Atlas Container Corporation: Thinking Outside the Box 

To survive, Atlas changed from an external to an internal growth strategy. The smoothness of the transition could at least be partially attributed to a set of internal strategies that were unusual for a commodity/cost-driven industry. They included democratic governance and employee ownership… 
Author: Calo, Thomas J.; Shipper, Frank
Pub. Date: 2015-06-21

Audio: The Working Week 78 

Employee ownership can be a tough proposition. 
Author: Beyster, Mary Ann; Tremel, Wayne
Pub. Date: 2008-11-18

Best Practice in Developing Best Practice 

Best practice is to remember that and to never stop watching outcomes so that you can adjust your process to stay on course no matter how often the course needs to change. 
Author: Mathews, Anthony
Pub. Date: 2013-09-16

Beyond Empowerment: Building a Company of Citizens 

The Athenian model of organizational democracy offers a window into how sizable groups of people can, in an atmosphere of dignity and trust, successfully govern themselves without resorting to a stifling bureaucracy. 
Author: Manville, Brook; Ober, Josiah
Pub. Date: 2003-01-01

Beyster Institute's Employee Ownership Management Program, 2010 

Curriculum material for Beyster Institute's Employee Ownership Management Program, a seminar presented at the Rady School, UCSD.  
Author:
Pub. Date: 2010-01-01

Beyster Startup Toolkit: Sharing Equity Ownership 

Ultimately, the success of your venture will be determined not by your efforts alone but by the performance of the cast of people — employees, partners, or associates — that you assemble. So, if there is a strategy that can help you get more out of the people on whom you depend and also boost your organizational horsepower, you owe it to yourself to take a serious look. A policy of sharing equity with employees that is designed and used wisely can be just that strategy. 
Author: The Beyster Institute
Pub. Date: 2015-06-08

Broad-Based Stock Options and Company Performance: What the Research Tells Us 

The authors found that companies with broad-based stock option plans (here, defined as those where most nonmanagement employees receive option grants) had statistically significant higher productivity levels and annual growth rates than public companies in general and their peers. 
Author: Blasi, Joseph; Kruse, Douglas; Sesil, James; Kroumova, Maya
Pub. Date: 2010-01-01

Building Community at Terra Nova Consulting 

This case describes the challenges faced by the president of an engineering and environmental services consulting firm (Terra Nova Consulting) as it seeks to address deep internal cultural divisions... 
Author: Ogata, Ken; Spraakman, Gary
Pub. Date: 2014-01-01

Business Strategy: The Sustainable Enterprise 

This course integrates environmental management issues with use of strategic planning tools for assessing and responding to competitive and social forces. Emphasis will be on the company’s ability to build and sustain a competitive advantage utilizing traditional management concepts as well as new sustainability practices. 
Author: Nassos, George P.
Pub. Date: 2010-01-01

California Center for Employee Ownership (CCEO) 

The California Center for Employee Ownership provides information and resources to promote a better understanding of employee ownership in California.
Author:
Pub. Date: 2012-01-01

Can Employee-Owned Companies Reboot the Economy? 

If owners of businesses are reaping the rewards of economic growth at the expense of workers, then why not just try to increase the number of workers who also own a piece of the firms that employ them? 
Author: Matthews, Christopher
Pub. Date: 2013-11-19

Capital Disadvantage: America's Failing Capital Investment System  

In global competition, where investment increasingly determines a company's capacity to upgrade and innovate, the U.S. system does not measure up. 
Author: Porter, Michael E.
Pub. Date: 1992-09-01

Carl Warren & Company 

Employees of this award-winning ESOP company now speak at conferences about their extensive communications program, but just four years ago remote employees felt disconnected and the company had an ownership culture that could be described as “lip service only.” 
Author: The National Center for Employee Ownership
Pub. Date: 2008-07-01

Challenges of Growth at Protegra 

Protegra is a small company established in 1998 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The company specializes in the area of computer software development and business performance consulting. Protegra features a unique organizational design, characterized by a lack of hierarchy and a collegial, professional culture centred on employee and customer values. Various information systems support Protegra's design. In the process of expanding into foreign markets and enlarging staff, Protegra has been concerned with preserving its way.  
Author: Travica, Bob
Pub. Date: 2010-04-21