As the 50th anniversary of the book Small is Beautiful, 2023 is our opportunity to advance solutions to today’s social, economic, and environmental challenges that build on Schumacher’s original vision. To meet this calling, the Schumacher Center is convening a monthly series featuring New Economic thinkers, builders and activists from a range of fields.
October’s panelists are those advancing forms of worker-ownership, proven models which empower employees while broadening the benefits of ownership. The event will be held virtually on Thursday the 19th at 2PM (EST). Registration is free.
- John Abrams, Co-Founder of Abrams + Angell, President Emeritus of worker-owned South Mountain Company
- Julian McKinley, Co-Executive Director of the Democracy at Work Institute
- Beth Spong, CEO of work-owned Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Company
Alice Maggio of The Working World, member of the Schumacher Center Board of Directors, will once more reprise the role of host. Each speaker ins invited to reflect on the influence, if any, of Small Is Beautiful on their socio-economic thinking and activism, opening up a broader conversion on the topic, followed by audience Q&A.
Community Ownership, Organizational Development