Tag: Research

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15 Inspiring Stories for Women’s Entrepreneurship Day
15 Inspiring Stories for Women’s Entrepreneurship Day » Today we’re officially celebrating Women’s Entrepreneurship Day. But women entrepreneurs are celebrated every day at Babson.
Lessons Learned from Women Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries
Lessons Learned from Women Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries » One might expect that women entrepreneurs in higher-income countries would be more likely to start up a new business than those in lower-income countries, given both relative measures of societal gender equality and how easily women in each location can access resources. But new research tells us a different story.
How to Become a Resonant Leader
How to Become a Resonant Leader » Associate Professor Scott Taylor's research on resonant leaders explores how they develop connections with others and create a positive emotional tone within their teams and organizations.
Navigating Innovation in the Era of Digital Design and Collaborative Culture
Navigating Innovation in the Era of Digital Design and Collaborative Culture » If companies want to have ideas that are far out, they need to be able to navigate today's expanded innovation landscape.
How One Founder Transformed Her Pitch and Found Her Voice
How One Founder Transformed Her Pitch and Found Her Voice » Babson Professor Lakshmi Balachandra’s research led one entrepreneur to reevaluate how she pitches her business and adopt a bolder, more assertive approach.
The Future of Sustainability is in the Hands of Entrepreneurs
The Future of Sustainability is in the Hands of Entrepreneurs » In seeking to understand adoption rate of environmentally friendlier buildings, Siddharth Vedula found a riveting case for sustainability entrepreneurs everywhere.
Research Finds ROI for Businesses Working to Improve Community Health and Well-being
Research Finds ROI for Businesses Working to Improve Community Health and Well-being » A new report identifies a strong business case and untapped opportunities for the private sector to address community health more proactively. This 18-month project was supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and led by a partnership between Babson College’s Lewis Institute for Social Innovation and IO Sustainability.
Why Aren’t Companies Getting Better At Breakthrough Innovation?
Why Aren’t Companies Getting Better At Breakthrough Innovation? » According to the book Beyond the Champion, organizations that want to compete on innovation must treat it as a team sport.
Research Recap: Women at Work
Research Recap: Women at Work » Expert insight on how to help level the playing field for women at work.
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part IV
Breaking Down the 4 Pillars of Self-Efficacy: Part IV » Self-efficacy develops over time and with repeated mastery experiences, much like flexing a muscle.