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Banning “Work from Home”: Marissa Mayer’s Attempt to Build Collaboration Likely to Yield Alienation

By: Danna Greenberg Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior As a management professor, I spend a lot of time with executives on the topic of organizational culture and how to build a united organization with shared values. This issue becomes even more important when organizations are in crises. So from this end, I applaud the CEO…

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Michael Chmura

Who Will Win The Oscars This Year? One Professor’s Predictions!

Who will take the Oscars this year?  Professor Julie Levinson,  Associate Professor of Film and Director of the Honors Program, makes her predictions: Best Picture: Argo Best Director: Steven Speilberg Best Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis Best Actress: Jennifer Lawrence Best Supporting Actor: Tommy Lee Jones Best Supporting Actress: Anne Hathaway Best Foreign Film: Amour Best Documentary: Searching for…

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Michael Chmura

Do We Really Understand The Economy?

Herein lies the problem. If we are really going to have a healthy national environment for starting and growing businesses we seriously have to address the educational system when it comes to •    the economy, •    our financial institutions, and •    how they actually work. Here is a FAQ I just found on the Small…

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Michael Chmura

Access, Influence, And Growth

Greetings from the annual NAWBO conference in San Diego. I had the privilege last night of moderating an after dinner panel with the inaugural inductees of the new NAWBO Hall of Fame.   What an amazing group of women. •    Koni Kim, President & CEO of the Koni Corporation, •    Maria de Lourdes Sobring, Founder and…

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Michael Chmura

Babson College and BM&FBOVESPA: Program for Brazilian Entrepreneurs

Bob Caspe: Babson College and BM&FBOVESPA have partnered to deliver a program specifically designed for Brazilian entrepreneurs. The program will focus on the needs and objectives of a select group of high potential enterprises that have the potential to make a significant contribution to the Brazilian economy through export growth and employment creation. The entrepreneurs…

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Michael Chmura

Public Service Entrepreneurship

In a few moments the Asian University for Women (AUW) in Bangladesh will close its first international conference;  Imagining Another Future for Asia: Ideas and Pathways for Change.  Imagine a conference where every speaker and panelist is informed, articulate, interesting, and thought provoking.  Picture where the topics support the conference theme by connecting across sessions…

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