Forbes highlights the new survey released by Bentley suggesting millennials realize that career success will require them to be more nimble, independent and entrepr
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Bentley and its media partner, Bloomberg Radio, aired two live shows from the university’s campus on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 featuring the latest survey results from The PreparedU Project on the millennial mind, plus perspective from top CEOs who recruit them.
Slate blog Future Tense highlights new PreparedU research that shows, contrary to popular belief, millennials actually prefer in-person communication to el
“The Millennial Mind Goes to Work” survey conducted by Bentley shows how the millennial generation has more potential than many people may believe.
Bentley University’s new survey, “The Millennial Mind Goes to Work,” is cited for its effort to expand understanding of the millennial generation’s work habits and
Despite their love of mobile devices, millennials would much prefer talking with a colleague in person over texting or emailing, according to a new Bentley University survey of millennials’ attitude toward work.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, President Gloria Larson discusses her career path, women in the workplace and her experience at Bentley thus far.
Bentley Professor Leonid Trofimov says Russia will not ‘replace capitalism,’ but there is a risk of conflict.
Aaron Nurick, professor of management and psychology at Bentley University, discusses the importance of having a good manager when choosing a new workplace.