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Brianna Radicioni

Babson Professor Joel Shulman Earns Top Wall Street Journal Ranking with Entrepreneur Fund

The Wall Street Journal recently ranked Babson Professor Joel Shulman’s EntrepreneurShares Large Cap Growth Fund No. 5 among 698 similar funds on a YTD basis. This accomplishment follows other EntrepreneurShares top rankings in Pension & Investments, and solidifies Shulman’s entrepreneur strategy in one of the most competitive areas of money management. The Entrepreneur Fund subscribes…

Michael Chmura

Being Entrepreneurial: Practices To Develop Your Entrepreneurial Mindset

Vice Provost of Global Entrepreneurial Leadership Candy Brush will discuss “Being Entrepreneurial: Practices to Develop Your Entrepreneurial Mindset” at the Estrad lecture series of the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research Institute in Stockholm on December 2, 2016. ESBRI’s web-TV will livestream the presentation. ”Estrad” is an open lecture series where researchers present their latest findings…

Shannon Sweeny

Bob Bonnevie Acknowledged for Efforts with Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program

Professor Bob Bonnevie of the Management Division has received the newly-renamed Joseph R. Weintraub Leadership/Staff Award for his many contributions to the Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program (CLTP).  This is the top leadership/staff award the Babson Alumni Association presents and was awarded during the Babson Alumni Awards Ceremony this fall. The award was renamed…

Shannon Sweeny

Babson’s Anne Donnellon Appointed to National Small Business Development Centers Advisory Board

Associate Professor of Management Anne Donnellon has been appointed to the National Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) Advisory Board as the Region I representative. America’s SBDC represents America’s nationwide network of Small Business Development Centers– the most comprehensive small business assistance network in the United States and its territories. The mission of America’s SBDC is…

Kerry Healey

Rewriting the Script for Success

On October 26, I had the opportunity to address an incredible group of women at the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce. We had a robust discussion about women, work-life balance, multi-generational work environments, and the evolving definition of success in our careers and our lives. I hope that this conversation serves as a starting point…

Shannon Sweeny

Babson’s Jane Edmonds Panelist at National Race Amity Conference

Babson’s Vice President of Programming and Community Outreach, Jane C. Edmonds will be presenting at the National Race Amity Conference in Quincy, MA November 17-19, 2016. Edmonds will be participating in the keynote panel Friday November 18, 2016 on Intersecting Business, Finance, and Law with Access, Equity, and Social Justice moderated by Shirley Leung of…

Michael Chmura

Faculty Offer Perspectives About Women’s Enterprise

Two Babson College Entrepreneurship professors are among the lecturers at the Telfer School of Management speaker series, Perspectives about Women’s Enterprise.  The speaker series features expert presentations about entrepreneurship and innovation, viewed through a gender lens. Professor Patricia Greene will speak on November 8th on The ABCs of Growth: Aspirations, Behaviors, and Confidence.  She will be presenting…

Michael Chmura

Babson Research Featured At Partners Healthcare Connected Health Symposium

Adjunct faculty member Ken Accardi MBA’05 describes himself as being transformed by his Babson education.  His early career was at GE Healthcare where he led global software development for their X-Ray product line.  He then became Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the service division that doubled in size to $4B during his tenure. Since Babson,…

Shannon Sweeny

If Your Company Thinks Green, You Will Too

Are you passionate about saving the earth?  It depends where you work. New research by Babson professor Jennifer Tosti-Kharas and coauthors finds that people are more likely to perform sustainability practices when they believed their organizations value sustainability, regardless of their own personal beliefs about the importance of sustainability. Organization OR Environment? Disentangling Employees’ Rationales Behind Organizational…