Corporate leaders, academics and thought leaders will come together at Bentley University to explore what it means to be a conscious business in the 21st century. The fourth annual Conscious Capitalism research conference, held at Bentley May 22 and 23, 2012, will focus on the theme “Conscious Cultures: Building a Flourishing Business on Love and Care.”
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While attending a recent Emerging Workforce Summit, Marilyn Santiesteban, assistant director of Graduate and Alumni Career Services, discussed the importance of educating students on proper social media usage when searching for jobs.
Non-profit organization The Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston, announced it has partnered with the Bentley Microfinance Group to create the Artist Investment Fund, which will provide microloans, financial literacy and credit building services, and business development support to local artists.
Marketing Professor Raj Sisodia and John Mackey, founder of Whole Foods, are said to be authoring a book together on the topic of conscious capitalism, highlighting why the most successful companies are also ones who do good for the greater society.
She was honored for outstanding achievement at the ILA annual conference in Seattle, Washington. The outstanding doctors featured in Meldrum’s research unanimously agreed that listening is at the heart of good medicine and that it is a holistic experience of coming to know patients that involves much more than simply hearing their words.
The remarkable story of missionary-turned-linguist Dan Everett, dean of arts and sciences, is reviewed, showcasing his time spent living among the Amazonian Piraha tribe studying their language and cultural patterns.
Economics Professor David Gulley discusses the possibility of a casino coming to western Massachusetts.
Bentley's Master of Science in Accountancy is highlighted as a great program for working professionals to simultaneously obtain a graduate degree, making them more desireable in the workplace in the longrun.