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WALTHAM, Mass. ¿ "We can¿t manage knowledge. We can manage with it and around it," Larry Prusak told an interactive audience at Bentley College on December 5. Prusak was a recent lecturer in Bentley¿s Provost Seminar Series, which promotes practical research addressing issues in the world of business.
Bentley College Computer Information Systems senior lecturer Coralee Whitcomb is available to speak as an expert on the impact of information technology on the individual and society.
WALTHAM, Mass.- With the recent trend of betrayal in corporate America, how can companies as sophisticated as Tyco or Enron, who recruit the so-called "cream of the crop", create cultures that are unethical if not illegal? How does that happen?
It's that time of the year again. As we near the end of the semester, the dreaded final papers and projects are nearing their due dates. For students who are in need of some extra help, there are resources available - as long as they don't wait until the last minute.
US News & World Report's America's Best Colleges 2003 ranks Bentley College: #7 in E-Commerce - up from tenth place last year, making Bentley and MIT the only business schools cited in New England. #10 in Management Information Systems - up from #15 in 2002 and again, with MIT, the only regional institution cited.
WALTHAM, Mass. - Bentley College, Massachusetts Attorney General Tom Reilly's office, and the Massachusetts Software & Internet Council will sponsor an Internet security forum, "Securing the Weak Link in Cyberspace" on December 12 in the Adamian Academic Center, Wilder Pavilion.
The following members of the English Department faculty will lecture on their recent research interests as part of the English Department Colloquium Series. All lectures are free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
WALTHAM, MASS. - International knowledge expert Debra M. Amidon will launch her newest book, "The Innovation SuperHighway," on Monday, November 11 at 7:00 p.m. in Bentley College's Wilder Pavilion. Amidon will give a reading, accompanied by improvisational piano music by Boston College professor and Copley Marriott resident pianist Silvard.