Graduate Blog / Tag: Transformations

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Start a new venture–The Babson MBA

Last week, I was fortunate to attend a luncheon co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Lewis Institute featuring Nate Garvis, Babson Social Innovation Fellow and author of the just released book “Naked Civics.”  The conversation was far-ranging, as convos at Babson always are, stopping to look at definitions of a healthy community,…

Kurian Babykutty

Are you a gambler or an entrepreneur?

Most people quickly and easily associate entrepreneurship with taking risk. During my undergrad days, any daring student who tried to make a quick buck to fuel those teenage impulses, was considered entrepreneurial. However, I feel that such an assumption is far from reality. In fact, I believe the truth is the exact opposite and here’s why.…

bselmo

Researching the MBA

Last week I talked about starting your MBA program exploration at a tour, fair or forum. To put some context on these visits, let’s say that they are the first step in your action research project. What is your research project about? MBA programs. More specifically, the MBA programs you want to apply to and…

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The Babson MBA–A transformational experience

May is college and university commencement month, and I have been thinking about the many beginnings and endings that are happening at Babson. Students are graduating, and new classes are enrolling. Despite all this leave-taking and in-coming, I am also thinking about the transformations that have happened here at Babson. Not only will our students…