Patricia Berens

Business Expert Press eBooks Now Available, include Babson Authors & Editors

What do Professors Crittenden, Gentile, Polutnik, and Zacharakis have in common?  They are authors or editors of Business Expert Press titles, and these are available to Babson as eBooks via a link on the Horn Library A-Z List of Databases. Business Expert Press publishes concise, practical treatments of the topics typically taught in MBA programs. The books…

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Rachel Kim

Accelerator Adviser Profile Part V: Caroline Daniels

We are featuring profiles of our Butler Venture Accelerator advisers. Check back for updates! Brilliant and fabulous. That’s how you can define Dr. Caroline Daniels. Dr. Caroline Daniels teaches entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial marketing in undergraduate, graduate, Babson Executive Education and Babson Global programs. She is the faculty advisor to the Pursue stage of the Butler…

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Michelle Lederhos

Interview tips fresh in Blair’s mind!

This blog post was written by Blair Ginden, Babson Class of 2015. Blair recently accepted an offer from one of the Big 4 Accounting Firms and shares interview tips with juniors interviewing for internships. So you have made it through the first round. You have secured an interview slot. Congratulations! That is the first step…

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COMING SOON: Regional Representatives

Do you know of people from your high school or institution who are currently attending Babson College? If so, an opportunity to get an inside scoop is coming soon! Lunder Admission Center is organizing for current Babson students to volunteer as Regional Representatives for their respective high schools and hometowns. During school vacations over Christmas…

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Lean for Social Innovation: The Next Frontier

By Wiljeana Jackson Glover, Assistant Professor of Technology, Operations and Information Management at Babson College. This post is the last in a series that explores how Toyota Production System (TPS) principles were applied at the Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB) to support social innovation. Posts include the opinions of thought leaders and Babson student perspectives.…

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Susan Duffy

Women’s Entrepreneurship Day 2014: Three Actions to Take

Global Women’s Entrepreneurship Day celebrates the successes of women entrepreneurs worldwide. It’s a day of appreciation, and more importantly, a day for action. Women’s Entrepreneurship Day is positioned right where it belongs: in the middle of the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job creators on the planet: Global Entrepreneurship Week. Today we raise…

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Jesseca Timmons

Notes from the Case Files: Everyone Has to Worry About the Money

By Jesseca P. Timmons, a case writer in Entrepreneurial Studies and Social Entrepreneurship for The Lewis Institute at Babson College. Every entrepreneur tells a powerful story. In case interviews, they often describe concepts and changes they put in place which ended up completely transforming their business, or even their industry. When we interviewed Sy Friedland,…

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Petia Whitmore

Ready to Reapply?

Every year, a number of MBA applicants face the question of what it really means to reapply to a program that for some reason they were not able to become part of the year before. While we do outline the process for you in our application instructions, it may be helpful for you to hear…

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Emily Besen

It’s not Scott, its Yanchuan

Post by Salome Mosehle, Class of 2018 People in the U.S. never have a problem pronouncing names like John or Mary or Amy but somehow any name that doesn’t fit the average Anglo-Saxon prescription gets a different treatment. I noticed this when I met Yanchuan. Here’s how the story goes: “Hi, my name is Scott.…

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