Market research from Bentley's PreparedU Project is highlighted in an investigation of millennial stereotypes.
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According to a new survey conducted by Bentley's Center for Marketing Technology, the majority of hotel front desk staff believe having brochure displays is the best way to help guests.
Bentley University’s undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies will be held on Saturday, May 21, 2016. Karen Kaplan, chief executive officer of Hill Holliday, and Corey Thomas, president and chief executive officer of Rapid7, will deliver the keynote addresses.
The Women Administrators in Management Education (WAME) Affinity Group, part of AACSB, has established the Patricia M. Flynn Distinguished Woman Leader in Business Education Award in honor of Bentley University’s Pat Flynn.
Fred Ledley, director of Bentley’s Center for Integration of Science and Industry, discusses how, with increased investment and strategic management, there is a shot of curing cancer.
Bentley's 2016 Commencement speakers are included in this round up of Boston area colleges and universities.
Economics Professor David Gulley discusses the implications of state lotteries.
Amanda Helfand, senior assistant director of Career Services, explains potential benefits of taking a pay cut to accept a new job position.
Market research from Bentley's PreparedU Project reveals that, 77 percent of millennials feel a flexible work schedule allows them to be more productive.
Are millennials lazy, entitled narcissists? Or are they misunderstood? Market research from Bentley's PreparedU Project reveals that millennials offer a lot more than what many people believe.