Patricia Berens

Faculty: Join SSRN (Social Science Research Network)!

The Library recently renewed Babson’s annual site license to SSRN.  In general, everyone at Babson has access to SSRN and anyone can post papers, but if you specifically sign up to be a member in a network, you get the following benefits: Access to specific eJournals, including billable ones free of charge, enabling you to…

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KPMG/ALPFA Case Study Competition

Babson students Gwendolyn Campero (2013), Gustavo Chan (2015), Vinayak Daswani (2013), and Stephanie Hillebrand (2015) are participating in the KPMG/ALPFA Case Study Competition in Las Vegas, Nevada, August 12-15.  Professor Jan Bell is the team’s faculty advisor.  KPMG advisor is Lauren Johnson, assisted by Melissa Ricci. The KPMG/ALPFA competition presents accounting students with the challenge…

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Five Key Lessons from Thriving Women-Owned Businesses

Based on findings from a recent study, Professor Patricia Greene outlines five lessons from women-owned businesses that are achieving success despite current economic conditions. The study of women-owned businesses was done by NFIB (National Federation of Independent Business), Chase, and the Center for Women’s Business Research. The study also points to positive signs of growth for small…

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Professor Elaine Allen Talks Baseball Statistics on Bloomberg TV

Elaine Allen, Babson statistics & entrepreneurship professor, talks about the use of baseball data analysis for corporate management on April 5th with Tom Keene on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance Midday”.  Conversation based on her article, Fair or Foul, in QP.

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Babson Entrepreneurship Lecturer Introduces Book to Wellesley Chamber Members

The 24-Hour Turnaround: How Amazing Entrepreneurs Succeed in Tough Times The Wellesley Chamber sponsored the Wellesley Bank/Babson College Business Breakfast this morning with guest speaker Jeffrey S. Davis, a member of Babson’s adjunct faculty in the entrepreneurship division. Jeffrey spoke about his new book The 24-Hour Turnaround: How Amazing Entrepreneurs Succeed in Tough Times, co-authored…

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Dr. Daniel Isenberg Speaks at National Innovation Policy Conference (ICTPI) in Bogota, Colombia

Dr. Daniel Isenberg, Executive Director of Babson Global’s Entrepreneurship Ecosystem Project, and Professor of Management Practice at Babson Global, spoke in Bogota before 300 international innovation experts and senior Colombian policy makers on “How to Foster an Entrepreneurship Ecosystem.”   In the speech Dr. Isenberg distinguished between entrepreneurship and innovation, arguing that often high aspiration…

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UN PRME At Babson – Community Garden

Community Garden: Artist-in-Residence Danielle Krcmar, Professor John Dietrick, Supervisor of Grounds Operations Nick Butera, and staff. 30 Days of PRME: Babson Celebrates UN’s Principles of Responsible Management Education throughout September 2011. Community members share their unique projects and stories that identify with the principals of PRME. Learn more: PRME – http://www.unprme.org Facebook Page – “PRME…

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President Schlesinger & UN PRME At Babson

President Schlesinger supports UN PRME at Babson.  Do you?

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Mary Gentile: Dealing with Senior vs. Junior Dilemma

Mary Gentile talks about how to deal with ethical challenges in the workplace involving senior and junior employees. This Carnegie Council event took place on April 26, 2011. For complete video, audio, and transcript, go to: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/resources/video/data/000395

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Mary Gentile: Teaching Business Ethics

Mary Gentile discusses a new approach to teaching business ethics that instead of asking “What is right?” asks “Once you know what you think is right, how do you get it done?” This Carnegie Council event took place on April 26, 2011. For complete video, audio, and transcript, go to: https://www.carnegiecouncil.org/resources/video/data/000395

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