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Why an MD Decided to Pursue an MBA
Why an MD Decided to Pursue an MBA » Faced with many consolidations and changes, the healthcare industry has grown increasingly complex. To better understand medicine’s business side, Dr. Ricardo Cury MBA’21 came to Babson.
Katia Santiago-Taylor: Focus on Wellness
Katia Santiago-Taylor: Focus on Wellness » Katia Santiago-Taylor brings her whole self, and deep experience in prevention, to her new role as the director of wellness and prevention at Babson College.
Patrick Hale: Amplifying All Students’ Voices
From Babson Magazine
Patrick Hale: Amplifying All Students’ Voices » The director of Babson’s Multicultural and Identity Programs reflects on supporting students during trying times and the intersection of entrepreneurial leadership and DE&I.
How to Take a Company Public
How to Take a Company Public » Reflecting on a recent IPO, Flywire’s Mike Massaro ’00 and NASDAQ’s Karen Snow ’93 share their insights on how to take a company public.
In Their Words: Memorable Moments from Babson Connect: Worldwide
In Their Words: Memorable Moments from Babson Connect: Worldwide » We look back on Babson Connect: Worldwide 2021 and highlight the insights from entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial leaders of all kinds.
99 Percent of Babson Class of 2020 Undergrads Employed or Continuing Education
99 Percent of Babson Class of 2020 Undergrads Employed or Continuing Education » Nearly all graduates from Babson College’s undergraduate Class of 2020 are either working or enrolled in graduate programs.
Developing a Passion for Problem Solving
Developing a Passion for Problem Solving » Speaking from the heart, entrepreneurial leaders share their experiences and advice at the inaugural Babson Global Entrepreneurial Leadership Forum.
A Sanitizer-Moisturizer Combo and At-Home Strep Test? Babson MBAs Pitch Projects to Johnson & Johnson
A Sanitizer-Moisturizer Combo and At-Home Strep Test? Babson MBAs Pitch Projects to Johnson & Johnson » Ten Babson College MBA students pitched two products inspired by pandemic-exacerbated constraints to senior-level leaders from Johnson & Johnson.
Food Product Caricatures, Rebranding, and the Lessons We Can Learn
Food Product Caricatures, Rebranding, and the Lessons We Can Learn » The rebrands of food products that have long featured Black caricature present an opportunity to address blind spots in our own lives.
Generating a 28% Return: Investment Advice from Students with the Babson College Fund
Generating a 28% Return: Investment Advice from Students with the Babson College Fund » Members of the Babson College Fund generated a 28 percent return on investment while managing a portion of the College’s endowment in 2020.
Do Leaders Have a Shelf Life? Not if They Follow This Advice.
Do Leaders Have a Shelf Life? Not if They Follow This Advice. » Leaders can manage in their role continuously as long they effectively balance work and life and strive to learn and grow.
Does Your Career Need Upskilling? Here’s How to Start.
Does Your Career Need Upskilling? Here’s How to Start. » Upskilling opportunities, from free online courses to short workshops to full graduate classes, give lifelong learners a chance to hone new skills at Babson.
Why Football Veteran and Broadcaster Brady Quinn Is Pursuing his MBA at Babson
Why Football Veteran and Broadcaster Brady Quinn Is Pursuing his MBA at Babson » Drawn in by the need for entrepreneurial leadership, football veteran and broadcaster Brady Quinn enrolled at Babson College to earn his MBA.
People of Babson: Larinda Cole
From Babson Magazine
People of Babson: Larinda Cole » The associate director in Babson’s Undergraduate Center for Career Development discusses students’ career readiness, racial justice, and, of course, her love for fashion.
Experiencing Experiential Learning, Even from Afar
Experiencing Experiential Learning, Even from Afar » At Babson, experiential learning happens everywhere. This semester, students have worked to bring fresh ideas to film entrepreneurs and apparel companies.
Why Family Entrepreneurship is the New Family Business
Why Family Entrepreneurship is the New Family Business » Many think of family businesses as passed down from one generation to the next. Findings from the first ever Family Entrepreneurship Report by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) debunk that assumption.
5 Questions with Marine Corps Veteran Esther Greene MBA’21
5 Questions with Marine Corps Veteran Esther Greene MBA’21 » Babson Veterans Club President Esther Greene MBA’21 reflects on how military service helped shape her into the entrepreneurial leader she is today.
Runway to Success: Babson Offers Unique Gateway into Fashion Industry
Runway to Success: Babson Offers Unique Gateway into Fashion Industry » Creativity associated with a career in fashion makes it appealing for aspiring entrepreneurial leaders. Here’s how Babson fuels that desire.
Mastering Math for the Modern World
Mastering Math for the Modern World » Babson’s math courses have proven popular, and they focus on the practical rather than the abstract, with the goal of better preparing students for jobs after graduation.
‘Quantum Leap’: Nobel-Winning Scientists Advance Women’s Leadership
‘Quantum Leap’: Nobel-Winning Scientists Advance Women’s Leadership » Two women scientists won the Nobel Prize collectively for the first time Oct. 7, inspiring women for years to come, says Smaiyra Million and Susan Duffy.
In Business, and Education, Blank’s Core Values Drive Success
In Business, and Education, Blank’s Core Values Drive Success » From The Home Depot to the NFL and MLS, Arthur M. Blank ’63, H’98 has found success by putting the customer first, and stressing the importance of purpose.
When Life Throws a Curveball This article contains a video
When Life Throws a Curveball » With her season cut short, Babson softball player Jacqueline Paul ‘20, MSBA’21 discovered an opportunity to pursue her dream.
The Best Entrepreneurial Leadership Traits, According to Mandy Bowman ’12
The Best Entrepreneurial Leadership Traits, According to Mandy Bowman ’12 » Official Black Wall Street founder Mandy Bowman ’12 shared her best entrepreneurial leadership traits as part of Babson’s Summer Catalyst Showcase.
GEM Data: Black Entrepreneurship Represents Highest Rate in U.S.
GEM Data: Black Entrepreneurship Represents Highest Rate in U.S. » The rate of Black entrepreneurship across the United States has intensified since 2014, and it’s because of innovators like Mandy Bowman ’12.
Is There a Future for Cruise Lines? This Former CEO Says Yes
Is There a Future for Cruise Lines? This Former CEO Says Yes » Longtime Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Andy Stuart discussed his career of overcoming challenges as they relate to the pandemic with Babson graduate students.
Summer Internships Go Virtual
Summer Internships Go Virtual » When the pandemic struck, many students feared they wouldn’t be able to find much-needed internships this summer, but the Babson community stepped up to provide opportunities.
Why a Graduate Job Search Is Better with a Team
Why a Graduate Job Search Is Better with a Team » Looking for work can be a lonely process, but at Babson, you don’t have to do a graduate job search by yourself.
Breaking Down Barriers for a More Diverse Workplace
Breaking Down Barriers for a More Diverse Workplace » Babson Executive Education and the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL) have teamed up with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce to break down barriers for women and minorities in the workplace.
The Real World Benefit of a Student Consulting Project
The Real World Benefit of a Student Consulting Project » Target-owned delivery service Shipt joined a Babson MBA consulting experience to accelerate innovation and garner fresh ideas.
Help for When Your Career Path Turns Rocky
Help for When Your Career Path Turns Rocky » In the face of a tough job market, Babson is now offering alumni a wide variety of career resources, including webinars, online tools, and coaching.
Arist Teams Up with Babson Health and Wellness to Deliver Free Text-Message Course
Arist Teams Up with Babson Health and Wellness to Deliver Free Text-Message Course » Babson’s Health and Wellness team joined together with its own student entrepreneurs to create an online course on social connection while social distancing.
A Win-Win: Virtual Internships Help Small Businesses
A Win-Win: Virtual Internships Help Small Businesses » Needham Bank needed to help local businesses receive their loans. Natalie Oakes ’21 needed an internship. The Babson connection brought them together.
When Current Events Become Coursework
When Current Events Become Coursework » A Management Consulting course assignment asked undergraduate students to reflect on the challenges of remote work.
How to Build a Personal Brand
How to Build a Personal Brand » In our rapidly changing world, cultivating your personal brand is more important than ever. Karen Hebert-Maccaro, CEO of Babson Executive Education, shares how.
How to Manage Remote Teams
How to Manage Remote Teams » The move online presents unique obstacles for managers, including how to manage remote teams.
Whatever It Takes
Whatever It Takes » Entrepreneurs have shifted their companies to address coronavirus-related needs, and in the process, have learned much about the effort required to pivot.
Babson’s Career Centers Guide Students Through Uncertain Times
Babson’s Career Centers Guide Students Through Uncertain Times » Yes, the job market may be tough, but graduates can still find employment, especially if they leverage their networks and are flexible in what positions they are seeking.
Can Businesses Start and Grow in a Crisis?
Can Businesses Start and Grow in a Crisis? » Entrepreneurial leaders across industries will guide us past the coronavirus crisis by identifying needs and solving problems.
A Career Fair Continues
A Career Fair Continues » Babson College’s virtual career fair gave graduate students the opportunity to interview for open positions with top employers, from anywhere in the world.
When Your Class Becomes Your Reality
When Your Class Becomes Your Reality » When Emma Chanleap Bradley ’20 registered for Babson’s course, Communicating in Global Virtual Teams, she never could have imagined how applicable the topic would become in real time.
Best MBA for Entrepreneurship – Again This article contains a video
Best MBA for Entrepreneurship – Again » For an unprecedented 27th consecutive year, U.S. News & World report has ranked Babson’s MBA program No. 1 for entrepreneurship. Our innovative, ever-evolving approach to instilling an entrepreneurial, make-it-happen mindset in our graduates is needed now more than ever.
We Need More Women in Finance
We Need More Women in Finance » Diverse work environments lead to greater collaboration, and are why we need more women in finance to achieve better business outcomes.
Building a BASE of Future Entrepreneurs
Building a BASE of Future Entrepreneurs » A two-year grant and partnership between Babson College and a Boston nonprofit will spur entrepreneurship education opportunities for urban youth.
How Do You Define Entrepreneurship? This article contains a video
How Do You Define Entrepreneurship? » Entrepreneurs including Aaron Walton ’83, Ruthie Davis MBA’93, Michael Bastian ’87, and others share their definition of entrepreneurship, and how being part of the Babson community has made their career paths possible.
In an Age of Disruption, Employee Development Can’t Be Ignored
In an Age of Disruption, Employee Development Can’t Be Ignored » To keep up with the lightning pace of technological change, companies can’t afford to overlook employee development.
A Crash Course in Leadership and Management
A Crash Course in Leadership and Management » At Babson College’s annual student-run forums, graduate students bring together entrepreneurial leaders from around the world.
Published and Cited: Faculty in the News
Published and Cited: Faculty in the News » Across national media, Babson College faculty are recognized for their academic prowess, writing, and expertise.
Back at Babson
Back at Babson » Eliana Crosina ’05, MBA’11 has ensured lifelong learning is always part of her career, returning to Babson to teach and energize future entrepreneurs.
At MLK Jr. Legacy Day, a Call to Guide Others
At MLK Jr. Legacy Day, a Call to Guide Others » At Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Day, Steve Pemberton encouraged students to change the world and guide others in a continuous pursuit of a better society.
Developing Her Own Opportunities
Developing Her Own Opportunities » As technology shapes the future, the world looks to women like Gia Douglass ’23 pursuing careers in STEM and diversifying the industry.
A Grant, Term Chair, and Tips for Employee-Manager Relations
A Grant, Term Chair, and Tips for Employee-Manager Relations » Faculty members have been awarded a term chair and a grant for their research and teaching excellence, and for what they will bring to the classroom.
Babson Graduates Are Career Ready
Babson Graduates Are Career Ready » Ninety-nine percent of Babson’s class of 2019 are employed or continuing their education.
Made by MSEL, Acquired by TB12
Made by MSEL, Acquired by TB12 » Babson College’s MSEL program provided Cameron Fischer and Alfred Schofield with guidance they needed to start a company and catch the eyes of TB12 Sports.
Alumni and Students Connect in NYC and Miami This article contains a photo gallery
Alumni and Students Connect in NYC and Miami » How do we stay connected to Babson's global network of more than 42,000 alumni? We bring Babson to them.
Teaching Others the Ways of Entrepreneurship Education at USASBE
Teaching Others the Ways of Entrepreneurship Education at USASBE » To kick off 2020, a number of Babson College faculty shared their entrepreneurial prowess with fellow innovators at the USASBE Conference in New Orleans.
How to Write a Resume
How to Write a Resume » Do you know how to write a resume? Babson College’s Peer Career Consultants say be consistent, be detailed, and rely on others (and AI) for help.
One Student Entrepreneur’s Virtual Reality
One Student Entrepreneur’s Virtual Reality » As founder of virtual reality business Vinci, Eagle Wu ’20 has worked with clients from the Air Force to renewable energy businesses.
Babson College’s Entrepreneurs of All Kinds – Latest Updates
Babson College’s Entrepreneurs of All Kinds – Latest Updates » A look at how Babson College students and alumni are innovating in how we connect, and leading in industries such as finance and marketing.
What Drives Successful Women in Business?
What Drives Successful Women in Business? » Successful women in business are collaborative and emotionally intelligent. Many learn and hone these skills through Babson Executive Education.
3 Ways to Build Your Brand like TB12 Sports
3 Ways to Build Your Brand like TB12 Sports » How can you build your brand like the CEO of TB12 Sports? Innovate, plan, and retain your customer, says John Burns MBA’05.
Faculty on Leadership, Music, Entrepreneurship, and Inclusivity
Faculty on Leadership, Music, Entrepreneurship, and Inclusivity » In the news, in their books, and on panels, Babson College professors discuss leadership in terms of history, traits, and equality.
Seeking Your Next Investment? Make it a Babson College Degree
Seeking Your Next Investment? Make it a Babson College Degree » Babson College students get back what they put in, and then some. Over 40 years, students have a return on investment of close to $2 million.
Babson College Leads Top Graduate Entrepreneurship Programs Worldwide
Babson College Leads Top Graduate Entrepreneurship Programs Worldwide » The Princeton Review, Entrepreneur magazine, and Bloomberg Businessweek all agree: Babson College offers one of the top graduate entrepreneurship programs.
An Entrepreneur’s Political Pitch
An Entrepreneur’s Political Pitch » Babson College student Vivian Nguyen ’22 aspires to give a voice to underrepresented groups of her community. That’s why at age 19, she decided to run for Everett City Council.
How International Students Can Start a Business in the United States
How International Students Can Start a Business in the United States » International entrepreneurs face multiple obstacles when trying to start a business in the United States. Here’s how to overcome them.
5 Ways to Be a Good Board Fellow
5 Ways to Be a Good Board Fellow » The Babson College Board Fellows program allows MBA students and alumni the opportunity to become integral nonvoting members of nonprofit boards.
From California to Guatemala, Faculty Fuel Growth and Innovation
From California to Guatemala, Faculty Fuel Growth and Innovation » Faculty are leading international growth initiatives, sharing expertise on sustainable breakthrough innovation, and weighing in on the future of commerce.
In a Networked Economy, Connectivity Isn’t Always the Answer
In a Networked Economy, Connectivity Isn’t Always the Answer » Babson Associate Professor Rob Cross has worked with hundreds of companies and organizations to fine tune work environments in the networked economy.
One on One with NBA Assistant Coach Kara Lawson This article contains a video
One on One with NBA Assistant Coach Kara Lawson » Boston Celtics assistant coach Kara Lawson took to the Babson Recreation and Athletics Complex this month to share what it’s like to be one of just a handful of female coaches in the NBA.
New Finance Lab Opens in Babson Commons
New Finance Lab Opens in Babson Commons » Joined by one of the most well-known investors of all time, Peter Lynch H’96, the Babson College community celebrated the grand opening of its reimagined Finance Lab at the Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance.
Finding His Happy Work
Finding His Happy Work » Driven by his love for operations management, Michael Daboll ’19 is approaching the end of his time at Babson with a clear path and career in sight.
How to Start a Business: 3 Things To Do Right Now
How to Start a Business: 3 Things To Do Right Now » Debi Kleiman, the executive director of The Arthur M. Blank Center of Entrepreneurship, shares three important things to know in how to start a business.
The Future of Work Is Learning
The Future of Work Is Learning » What will it take to be successful in the workplaces of the future? Heather McGowan MBA ’01 says it’s adaptability, lifelong learning, and having an agile mindset.
Exploring the Future of Finance at Boston FinTech Week
Exploring the Future of Finance at Boston FinTech Week » This month, students and alumni joined the Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance and Babson Boston for Boston FinTech Week. The focus? How technology will affect the future of financial services.
The Rise of Cyber Currency, Artificial Intelligence, and Strategies for Women’s Entrepreneurship
The Rise of Cyber Currency, Artificial Intelligence, and Strategies for Women’s Entrepreneurship » Babson recently welcomed a new professor of finance, and faculty members wrote books on the growth of cyber currency and women’s entrepreneurship.
Babson: The Best Entrepreneurship School 23 Times and Counting
Babson: The Best Entrepreneurship School 23 Times and Counting » For the 23rd consecutive time, and in its Centennial year, Babson College is the best entrepreneurship school in the country according to U.S. News & World Report.
Babson the Top Business School for Salary Potential According to PayScale
Babson the Top Business School for Salary Potential According to PayScale » Babson students graduate equipped with the tools and skills they need to succeed, early and often, and according to PayScale, better than any of their undergraduate business school peers.
Fighting the Gender Investment Gap
Fighting the Gender Investment Gap » As the fight to close the gender wealth gap continues, one Babson alumna uses entrepreneurship to take matters into her own hands.
After NFL, Players Turn to Babson
After NFL, Players Turn to Babson » Former NFL players interested in new business careers have come to Babson for The Entrepreneur's Bootcamp.
Inspiring Viewers to Take Action through Film
Inspiring Viewers to Take Action through Film » Documentary filmmaker Sammy Dane ’15 hopes to change his viewers’ perspectives on the world and influence them to act through storytelling.
In the News: Faculty Talk Workplace, Tariffs, and Education
In the News: Faculty Talk Workplace, Tariffs, and Education » Babson professors and leaders shared insight in local and national media outlets on entrepreneurship education and tariffs on international products.
Babson a Founding School in Career Readiness Project
Babson a Founding School in Career Readiness Project » There’s a new way to assess how career ready new graduates are, and Babson has been a partner in the initiative since day one.
Savoring a Stanley Cup Victory
Savoring a Stanley Cup Victory » Chris Zimmerman MBA’83 topped years of accomplishments as a hockey player, coach, and NHL executive on a special night last month at Boston’s TD Garden.
Here’s What Babson Students are Learning During Summer Internships
Here’s What Babson Students are Learning During Summer Internships » Undergraduate students are sharing lessons from their summer internships on Babson’s blog platform. Here's what they learned.
When Babson, and Business, Run in the Family
When Babson, and Business, Run in the Family » For this family, a Babson education and starting your own business spans two generations.
Direction (and Donuts) with Donna Sosnowski
Direction (and Donuts) with Donna Sosnowski » Donna Sosnowski is the director of Babson’s Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development, and an expert in helping students set themselves up for success in today’s competitive workforce.
Real Projects for Real Companies
Real Projects for Real Companies » Offering students a real-world consulting opportunity, the Management Consulting Field Experience is a quintessential Babson program that continues to expand.
Students Get Hands On to Scale a Lean Venture
Students Get Hands On to Scale a Lean Venture » Students gain real-world operational growth and management experience, both at Babson and in Boston on one of the city’s highest-traffic weekends.
Educators Become Students, So Students Can Become Entrepreneurs
Educators Become Students, So Students Can Become Entrepreneurs » With the Babson Fellows Program, the Lycoming College entrepreneurship chair was able to turn his own program into one of the most popular on campus.
Poets & Quants Says Babson MBAs Are Ones to Watch
Poets & Quants Says Babson MBAs Are Ones to Watch » Reveling in the excitement of Babson’s Centennial Commencement, the College is proud to announce two more new grads recognized by Poets & Quants.
How Balancing a Career and Motherhood Makes You Better at Both
How Balancing a Career and Motherhood Makes You Better at Both » Professor Danna Greenberg and alumna Jamie Shapiro Ladge ’95 are co-authors of Maternal Optimism: Forging Positive Paths through Work and Motherhood. Together, they’re helping women navigate the complexities of being a working mother to find joy, success, and perspective.
From Secretary to CEO: For Jan Singer, One Call Changed it All
From Secretary to CEO: For Jan Singer, One Call Changed it All » At an on-campus event with Babson’s Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL), former Victoria’s Secret and Spanx CEO Jan Singer zeroed in on our underestimated and undervalued ability to choose, to take control, and to change our perspectives about what it means to go to work.
Balancing Business With Being Part of the Team
Balancing Business With Being Part of the Team » Abigail Beecher knows how to balance a future business career while helping lead a collegiate sports team on NCAA tournament runs in consecutive years.
Two MBA Students Named to Poets & Quants Best and Brightest
Two MBA Students Named to Poets & Quants Best and Brightest » Two of Babson’s top MBA students have been recognized nationally by Poets & Quants as the best and brightest from the Class of 2019.
19 Tech Companies, 3 Colleges, Lots of Opportunity
19 Tech Companies, 3 Colleges, Lots of Opportunity » Hosted by Babson, Olin, and Wellesley colleges, a career fair brings together tech startups in need of talent.
Get to Know Babson’s New MBA
Get to Know Babson’s New MBA » It’s here: the new Babson MBA. We sat down with some of the people who have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to redesign the Graduate School’s flagship program to learn what makes Babson’s new MBA stand out.
99 Percent of Babson’s Class of 2018 is Employed or in Graduate School
99 Percent of Babson’s Class of 2018 is Employed or in Graduate School » Outcomes data highlights the results of Babson's professional development programs, industry partnerships, and career readiness initiatives that prepare students for success and lifelong learning and fulfillment.
Bringing an Entrepreneurial Mindset to Diversity and Inclusion
Bringing an Entrepreneurial Mindset to Diversity and Inclusion » Katrina Fludd ’08, MS’10 is on a mission. Her charge? To disrupt the way organizations think about diversity and inclusion.
How Can We Activate Entrepreneurs at Any Age?
How Can We Activate Entrepreneurs at Any Age? » The latest U.S. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report tells us that entrepreneurial activity is happening across the entire age spectrum. So why is it lowest among youth and seniors?
5 Tips for International Students Conducting a Job Search in the USA
5 Tips for International Students Conducting a Job Search in the USA » International students running a job search in the USA should start early, build the right skills, and frame an international business network.
“Life as an Entrepreneur? It’s Pretty Freaking Exciting”
“Life as an Entrepreneur? It’s Pretty Freaking Exciting” » Two years after college, Hanson Grant ’16 is celebrating the success of his startup, Think Board, and a strategic new partnership with Rocketbook.
Meeting with Your CEO? Read This First
Meeting with Your CEO? Read This First » What should you ask when meeting with your CEO? Here’s a list of ideas to help you prepare.
5 Things to Expect From an Online MBA
5 Things to Expect From an Online MBA » Five of the most important takeaways about what it's like to earn an online MBA.
5 Ways to Keep a Mentor Engaged
5 Ways to Keep a Mentor Engaged » Five pieces of advice for entrepreneurs who want to find, and keep, a mentor.
The State of the Gig Economy
The State of the Gig Economy » As full-time jobs continue to disappear, Diane Mulcahy shares her thoughts on the gig economy and the future of work.
5 Rules for Success in the Gig Economy
5 Rules for Success in the Gig Economy » Five rules to remember if you're an entrepreneur looking to survive and thrive in the gig economy.
Forget Networking: Create High Quality Connections
Forget Networking: Create High Quality Connections » Building high-quality connections, rather than networking, results in improved personal and professional relationships.
How to Manage Collaborative Overload
How to Manage Collaborative Overload » In the increasingly collaborative workplace, a proactive shift in our own behavior can prevent collaboration overload and promote meaningful engagement between employees.
3 Lessons from Distinguished Entrepreneurs
3 Lessons from Distinguished Entrepreneurs » What can we learn from the world’s most accomplished entrepreneurs? We look to the world's first entrepreneurship hall of fame to find out.
More than Mentors: How to Build Your Village
More than Mentors: How to Build Your Village » A career is something to be conscientiously nurtured and built over time, relationship by relationship. Start nurturing your own career with this three-pronged approach to growth.
Honest Stories from Women Leaders
Honest Stories from Women Leaders » A spreadsheet malfunction that prompted a moment of clarity. An entrepreneur’s brush with anthropology. The challenges of being women in male-dominated industries. Hear anecdotes, advice, and life lessons from some of Boston's top female CEOs.
Athletes, Entrepreneurs, and the Competitive Drive
Athletes, Entrepreneurs, and the Competitive Drive » Comparing an entrepreneur pitching her business idea to an Olympic athlete might feel like a stretch, but it shouldn’t. Competition can be a way of life regardless of the outlet.
A New Definition of Success
A New Definition of Success » Losing a dear aunt to cancer helped Kelly Murphy Greeley realize that her career could be more meaningful and fulfilling if she were working for a cause.
Accounting for Entrepreneurship Inside
Accounting for Entrepreneurship Inside » Entrepreneurship and accounting are rarely, if ever, discussed together in the same sentence. PricewaterhouseCoopers, with more than 180,000 employees spread across 158 countries, is happy to change that perception.
Mentors: An Entrepreneur’s Most Valuable Player
Mentors: An Entrepreneur’s Most Valuable Player » While much is made of the critical importance of finding a mentor, the term can seem as broad as the spectrum of human relationships.
The Startup of You
The Startup of You » For today’s young adults, the old-fashioned career ladder concept simply doesn’t make sense. To be successful, Millennials must think of themselves as entrepreneurs, regardless of career path.
The New Rules of Mentoring
The New Rules of Mentoring » One mentor is not enough in today’s career environment. All professionals should create and maintain a developmental network—a set of people at different levels both within and outside of your workplace that assists you in your personal and professional development. E-mentoring is not only a viable tool to help you do this, but it also could be your most effective one.