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The FED works with many nationally recognized organizations involved with promoting or providing consulting, training, and education in entrepreneurship, small business innovation and commercialization, corporate ethics and governance and broad-based employee ownership. We encourage entrepreneurs to contact these organizations for additional advice and resources. Our collaborations with universities on research and education can also be found on the Beyster Fellowship webpage.
Works to advance the understanding and practice of employee ownership as an effective and responsible business model. The Institute focuses on education, research and consulting to promote employee ownership and the creation of effective ownership cultures. Visit Beyster Institute
An international nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering enlightened leadership and open-minded dialogue. The Institute's Center for Business Education program has built a global network of more than 110 business schools to integrate teaching, research, and curriculum development on a new management paradigm -- the vision and knowledge to integrate corporate profitability and social value. Visit The Aspen Institute
Through the collaboration of the Aspen Institute, Employee Ownership Foundation and theFED, the largest online Curriculum Library on Employee Ownership (CLEO) was launched inOctober of 2008. This library is fully accessible to a global network of business educators andpartially accessible to all visitors. It has been highlighted by key national media channels like theWall Street Journal, Yahoo and Google News.” Visit CLEO
A regional non-profit organization with member support from the research community, the private sector and government with the purpose of educating the San Diego community on entrepreneurship and starting new technology- based companies. Visit Connect
David Erdal writes about employee ownership, a fair distribution of wealth, economic democracy, democracy vs. dictatorship, and the failure of the dominant economic model. Visit DavidErdal.net
Supports programs that will increase the level of awareness and appreciation of the benefits of employee ownership and increase the number of employees who have access to this benefit.
The National Center for Employee Ownership is a private, nonprofit membership and research organization that serves as the leading source of accurate, unbiased information on employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), equity compensation plans such as stock options, and ownership culture. Visit The National Center for Employee Ownership
The Ohio Employee Ownership Center is a nonprofit, university-based program established in 1987 to provide outreach, information, and preliminary technical assistance to Ohio employees and business owners interested in exploring employee ownership. Visit The Ohio Employee Ownership Center
The ESOP Association, founded in 1978, is the first non-profit organization to focus on employee ownership and the only one currently devoted solely to the promotion of the Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). Visit ESOP Association
SDSU Research Foundation is a 501(c)3 auxiliary of San Diego State University, which administers approximately $150 million of research and education grants and contracts annually on behalf of the university and its faculty. Also and in support of the SDSU College of Business Administration and Entrepreneurial Management Center, it is the Program Manager and Fiscal Administrator for large multidisciplinary, multi-organizational, regional and national programs such as the DoD/DHS-funded Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology, and the SBA-funded San Diego Advanced Defense Technologies Cluster and Network for Enabling Small-Business Teaming. Visit SDSU Research Foundation