Creating Social Value Blog / Tag: Sustainability

From Day One: Tradition Taking Root

In reflecting back to the first From Day One 7 years ago, I see it was the beginning of a tradition, the beginning of a way that we orient new members of the Babson community around values, purpose and intent. Traditions are so important because they locate us in a particular time, space and meaning.…

5 Questions for an Eater Entrepreneur: Jack Barber

An eater entrepreneur begins by assessing his desire in terms of what’s on his plate right now, what’s not, and what he want to change. Next, he considers what he knows, who he knows, and his skills and personal strengths as tools to help him collect more information. Then, he takes a small step to…

Fifteen Shades of Green

By Vikram Sokkalingam, a graduate student at Babson College and Co-President for the Babson Energy & Environmental Club. With a background in the business of coal based power plant construction, I saw first hand the need for a systemic shift in our approach to energy and the environment. I decided to get an MBA to…

Babson @ Net Impact 2013

From October 24-26th, Emily Weiner from the Lewis Institute and 25 MBAs from both our Wellesley and San Francisco campuses traveled to the Net Impact Conference in San Jose. Check out our Storify of the experience! To continue the conversation, join us at a Lunch & Learn around the conference this Monday, Nov 18th at…