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Lessons from Tim Ryan ’88 of PwC

On a recent visit with Babson students, Tim Ryan ‘88, Senior Partner and Chairman of PwC US, highlighted the importance of diversity and inclusion, and shared three perspectives to carry in life. Three Key Perspectives Understand respect is important – “Leadership is not about making everybody like you, but helping people realize their full potential.…

Nishant Udeshi

Gaining Hands-On Consulting Experience with BCAP

Every MBA student dreams of being a consultant – finishing that fancy presentation while sipping on the 3rd cup of coffee, occasionally looking through the big glass window to see the sun setting behind the city skyline. Is that what a regular day is like at the Boston Consulting Group? We don’t know yet, but…

Nishant Udeshi

Entrepreneurship Beyond Venture Creation: My Why Babson Story

Signature Learning Experience (SLE)? What’s that? This looks interesting. Those were my thoughts as a prospective graduate student, navigating Babson College’s Two-Year MBA program curriculum. I found Babson because I was looking for a school where I could concentrate in entrepreneurship. As I read through the course offerings and curriculum, two things stood out for…

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SEDEX: Going Beyond Compliance Saves the Planet

Sedex is a non-profit organization that aims to make it simpler to do business that’s good for everyone. It is the world’s largest collaborative platform for sharing responsible sourcing data on supply chains, and offers tools to help its members manage their performance around labour rights, health and safety, the environment, and business ethics. Every…

Nishant Udeshi

Finding a Home Away from Home: Babson India Symposium

As we sat in the Sorensen Theater listening to Nishtha Yogesh MBA ‘18 practice the opening address, it felt like only yesterday we were sitting in an Olin classroom discussing the marketing plan of the third Babson India Symposium – Best of a Billion Minds. In her speech, Nishtha talks about what the Babson India…

Nishant Udeshi

A Taste of the Real World: Babson Entrepreneurship Forum

The Babson Club fair was the most anticipated event for all proactive first years during our orientation week. The most praised club and event at the fair was the ‘Babson Entrepreneurship Forum,’ one of many large-scale events organized by graduate students each year. The BEF and other student forums attract national and international corporations, industry…

Nishant Udeshi

Fall 7 Times, Stand Up 8

If you are new to Boston and the New England area, you have probably been warned about the winters already. Even if you are enjoying a bright sunny day in August, you will hear someone say, “Enjoy this while it lasts because winter is not far away”. Maybe the crew of “Game of Thrones” doesn’t…

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Babson’s 3rd Annual Trip to India

In January, about 40 students from Babson traveled to India to visit their classmates and experience the culture for two weeks. This is the third year in a row that a handful of Babson students have taken the time and effort to plan a country-wide trip for their classmates to visit their homeland. Read about…

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Babson’s Disney Imagine-A-Thon

After giving our presentation and listening to five others, my team was excited and anxious to learn who the winner was going to be. Two Babson professors – Professor Caroline Daniels and Professor Ruben Mancha, a representative from Disney – Nigel Simpson, and a representative from littleBits – Michael Kennedy, moved to a corner of…