Insider Higher Ed reviews Bentley's new research results and offers praise for its willingness to address the much-debated issue of whether or not college graduates are truly prepared for the workplace.
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Bentley President Gloria Larson notes that the workplace must adapt to take full advantage of all millennials have to offer and author Natalie Burg offers concrete ideas such as merging into mobile, collaboration, and virtual teams.
BostInno highlights Bentley's PreparedU Project survey for the solutions that it offers to the millennial preparedness challenge.
As part of Bentley University's PreparedU Project launch event "Preparing Millennials for Success in the Workplace: What Will it Take and What's at Stake?", several Bloomberg Media leaders took to the stage to continue the conversation as part of a second panel discussion. Listen to the full Bloomberg panel here.
Carol Massar, the host of Bloomberg Radio's "Taking Stock" and Bentley University President Gloria Larson host a panel discussion on "Preparing Millennials for Success in the Workplace: What Will it Take and What's at Stake?" at Bloomberg headquarters in New York. Listen to the full panel discussion here.
Inc.com highlights the Bentley preparedness study with a focus on what colleges and businesses should be doing to prepare students for their careers, including partnering to develop workplace- and career-based curriculums.
Bentley Releases Results of Major Survey of 3,000-Plus Millennials, Parents, and Business and Higher Ed Leaders
The PreparedU Project is highlighted for showcasing how millennials contribute to innovation, company cultures, and the overall workforce.
Economics professor David Gulley is highlighted for his insight on casinos in the Northeast and how to project their revenue.
During the biotech IPO boom in 2000, a lot of people made money; but very few products ever made it into the hands of consumers. Research by Bentley University’s Laura McNamee and Fred Ledley credits the problem to poor business models that have a glaring gap between science and business.