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Sustaining Innovation: Babson Professor Phil Dover

Philip A. Dover teaches marketing and strategy topics at Babson’s Executive Education and market strategy in the Babson College MBA program.  At BEE, he has led custom executive education programs on strategic market management and corporate entrepreneurship topics for major companies such as Sony, Infineon Technologies, and Draeger. His approach to working with such clients…

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Why Your Business Doesn’t Have A Seal Team Six

H. James Wilson, a senior researcher at Babson Executive Education, and Elaine J. Eisenman, Dean of Babson Executive Education, write in a Harvard Business Review blog post on long-term approach to talent development: “Rather than creating a long development arc for talent, organizations educate people in short and often unconnected bursts. Our research of more…

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Leadership and Influence: Babson Professor Allan Cohen

Professor Cohen holds the Edward A. Madden Distinguished Professorship in Global Leadership. He recently served two years as the interim dean of the graduate program. Dr. Cohen completed seven years as vice president of academic affairs and dean of faculty. A consultant on organizational change for companies such as GE, he helped found the Indian…

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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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Babson Executive Education Dean: Dr. Elaine J. Eisenman

Elaine Eisenman is Dean of Executive Education at Babson College, the number one school in the world for entrepreneurship education. In this role, she is a member of the Babson President’s Cabinet, and is responsible for the strategy and growth of this Financial Times-top rated executive education division, as well as for the public sector…

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Babson Executive Education Faculty: PJ Guinan

Dr. Guinan is an associate professor in the Information Technology Management Division and teaches in the Management Division. She teaches multi-disciplinary courses in information technology, cross-functional teamwork, organization design, organization change, and management strategy. She is the author of an international award-winning book entitled Patterns of Excellence for IS Professionals: An Analysis of Communication Behavior.Dr.…

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Babson Executive Education Faculty: Chris Hennesey

Professor Chris Hennessey has led and taught in numerous custom executive education programs for such companies as Siemens, American Express, Telenor, Pitney Bowes, Novell, Infineon, Sony, Allied Domecq, Hartford Financial Services, Smith’s Group, and others. He has taught in many areas around the world including the United States, England, Norway, the Netherlands, Germany, Turkey, Hungary,…

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Profit-Destroying Innovations

Babson’s Ankush Chopra sees Innovation as the Holy Grail of business. But “Rogue Innovations” create havoc and destroy business profits. His research offers lessons to firms that may be facing such profit-destroying innovations.

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Faculty Roundtable On Managing In Uncertain Times

In this roundtable discussion, Elaine Eisenman, Dean of Babson Executive Education, and Babson Professors Les Charm, Michael Roberto, Jay Rao, and Paul Mulligan discuss how companies can manage risk while infusing the latest in innovative thinking into their organizations. Business leaders cannot predict the future in this increasingly uncertain world. So we must begin to…

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