Entrepreneurship of All Kinds

Jaime Doherty

Babson Student & Employer Partner Consulting Success Stories

Babson’s Management Consulting Field Experience (aka “MCFE”) and the Babson Consulting Alliance Program (aka “BCAP”) offer our students opportunities to gain practical industry experience while working with professionals in the business community. Our MCFE and BCAP programs connect Boston-area organizations with talented Babson undergraduate and graduate students who work as consultants to address a current…

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Michael Chmura

Babson Global CEO Shahid Ansari Keynotes International Congress

Professor Shahid Ansari, CEO of Babson Global, delivered the keynote at International Congress on Education, Innovation and Learning Technologies in Barcelona on July 16,, 2014. Prof. Ansari spoke on “Growing Entrepreneurs: The Babson Way.” Palau de Congressos de Catalunya will host the I Catalunya Emprèn Congress, a meeting point for thousands of entrepreneurs seeking financing, businesspeople looking…

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Michael Chmura

Celebrating Small Business Week — Babson Style

I love it when all my hats fit at the same time.  Thursday night’s Small Business Week reception at the Chamber of Commerce building in Washington, D.C. was a smash hit from the entrepreneurship perspective. With hats of Babson faculty member, Academic Director of Goldman Sachs 10,000  Small Businesses, and a federally appointment member of the SBA’s advisory board for the SBDC programs, this night just really worked. From…

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Michael Chmura

Building Entrepreneurial Cultures

What do the  Goldman Sachs Builders + Innovators Summit,  Zappos, and Babson College have in common:  A shared  mission of building entrepreneurial cultures. I was honored and excited to again attend the annual Goldman Sachs Builders + Innovators Summit, this time held at Dove Mountain in Tuscon.  For this event GS gathers up 100 entrepreneurs (both…

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The Economic Case for Malala’s Nobel

Megan Way, Kent Jones, and Lidija Polutnik, Professors at Babson College Malala Yousafzai has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, based on her personal courage in response to her attempted assassination and her devotion to the cause of education for young girls and women around the world. These factors alone make a good case…

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Creating A Health Care General Motors

By: Marty Anderson The following was published in the Providence Journal in December 2009. It asserted that the problem with the pending health care law (now the ACA) was not its “universal coverage” mandate, but that it was proposing an extraordinarily complex central administrative structure that was beyond human capability to manage. In recent months…

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Apple at the Cliff…Can It Reach the Cloud?

Will Apple follow Microsoft and Nokia, or a new different drummer? By: Marty Anderson, Senior Lecturer in Management About a year ago, I wrote a blog piece that argued Apple’s Mountain Lion exhibited a “command” structure that was heavily based upon the social network patterns of American teenagers, and that it could easily be a…

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Join Us in Thanking Recently Retired Babson Faculty

The following faculty members recently retired with a combined 185 years of service to Babson. Join us in thanking them for all of their hard work and dedication by sharing your favorite memories of them or by wishing them well in the comments section of this post. Henry N. Deneault, Lecturer, Management Jean-Pierre Jeannet, Professor,…

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Five Practices of Entrepreneurs Inside and Out

This post originally appeared on Babson Insight. By Heidi Neck All people can learn to think and act entrepreneurially and do so in various contexts. However, our current definitions of entrepreneurship are fostered by an ongoing rhetoric. Today’s narrative mythologizes super heroes—entrepreneurs who are born, not made; geniuses with the brilliant idea working alone in…

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Ancient Nubia – Best Archaeology & Anthropology Book at 2012 American Publishers Awards Ceremony

By: Janice Yellin, Professor of Art History I was very pleased to learn that Ancient Nubia: African Kingdoms on the Nile was named best book in the Archaeology and Anthropology category by the 37th Annual American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence (PROSE)! Since I wrote many essays for the book, the award is…

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