Bentley’s Center for Women and Business and the Bentley Research Council recently co-sponsored the second annual faculty/industry roundtable around the stark facts facing the tech industry as it seeks to improve the number of women in its ranks. The conversation was “Diversity In Tech: Addressing the Talent Pipeline and Workplace Culture.”
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TOPIC: Women and Business
Trish Foster, senior program director for Bentley’s Center for Women and Business, shares how unconscious bias becomes concrete in everyday workplace interactions and managerial decisions.
Deb Pine, executive director for Bentley's Center for Women and Business, discusses the importance of exposing girls to leadership training at a young age in WBUR's Cognoscenti blog.
Executive Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Deb Pine and Management Professor Linda Edelman discuss why women have a harder time attracting capital for business ventures.
Executive Director of the Center for Women and Business Deb Pine shares how sponsorship can have a significant impact on women in their careers.
Research from Bentley’s Center for Woman and Business finds 95% of millennials believe a company’s ethics is an important factor in their job search.
Executive Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Deb Pine explains how a woman’s view of leadership starts as early as 6 years old and dramatically changes the way she thinks about a career.
Executive Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Deb Pine explains why strong role models are crucial for women in the corporate and restaurant worlds.
The Center for Women and Business (CWB) at Bentley University has joined forces with insurance giant Liberty Mutual Insurance to strengthen young women’s leadership and education.
Bentley’s Center for Women and Business receives $1 million grant from Liberty Mutual Insurance to advance young women’s leadership opportunities through scholarships and new programming.