Waltham, Mass.-- Scholars from around the world gathered at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Cambridge recently for the Bentley-hosted, Sixth European Conference on Organizational Knowledge, Learning and Capabilities (OKLC), March 16 - 19.
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WALTHAM, Mass. - Dr. Rushworth M. Kidder asked the audience Monday at Wilder Pavilion why they were in attendance for his lecture, then he jokingly answered his own question: "Probably in part because Martha Stewart is in Camp Cupcake and Major League Baseball is riddled with steroid problems."
While the cold weather stubbornly remains, things will heat up this weekend on the Bentley campus, when the Family Weekend Winter Festival 2005 kicks off on Friday, February 4.Traditionally held in the fall, this is the first time Family Weekend will be showcased during the spring semester.
WALTHAM, Mass. - "Dream, question and achieve. Don't accept limitations that someone else tries to put on you. I had dreams and I still do."
WALTHAM, Mass. - The Bentley Institute for Women in Leadership is proud to announce the appointment of Toni G. Wolfman as its first Executive in Residence.
Catalyst President Ilene H. Lang will be the keynote speaker at the inauguration of the Bentley College Institute for Women in Leadership: Ethics, Social Justice, Cultural Diversity on April 20 at 5:00 p.m. at Bentley in Waltham. Ms. Lang will talk about Busting Stereotypes: Ambition, Opportunity and the Impact of Women in Corporate America.
Wanted: 25 high school juniors for Bentley's Tomorrow25 Program and Competition.
In the latest study by two Bentley professors, in partnership with The Boston Club and Mercer, it is clear that although the number of women directors of the 100 largest public companies in Massachusetts remains low, there have been improvements over the past year, according to the 2004 Census of Women Directors and Executive Officers of Massachusetts Public Companies.