New research from the Center for Women and Business is highlighted. Management Professor and CWB Senior Director Susan Adams is interviewed about the study which examined millennials and the corporate world.
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New Research from Bentley's Center for Women and Business finds that many millennial women are not looking to emulate the career path of female leaders in their workplace.
Dean of Arts & Sciences Daniel Everett interviews with the host of talk radio program the 7th Avenue Project about his cultural experiences with the Piraha Tribe in Brazil.
Economics professor Scott Sumner offers his insight about what might be the key problem for Europe's economy crisis.
Dean of Arts & Sciences Daniel Everett is interviewed about his experiences living among the Piraha tribe in Brazil. Everett's book, "Dont Sleep There Are Snakes," is also mentioned for his unique documentation of his studies.
Research by Marketing Professor Rajenda Sisodia is referenced to find a correlation between management and engagement of employees in the workforce.
President Gloria Larson's recent "Thank You Tour" of Ghana is highlighted. While there, President Larson visited Bentley’s Ghanaian-led partner organizations that host Bentley students for a variety of 8-week internships.
Accounting Professor Jane Fedorowicz collaborates with Steve Sawyer of Syracuse University for a report offering advice to public managers and political leaders addressing complex challenges through multi-organizational networks.