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There is always an opportunity for organizations to function more efficiently and effectively. This means that skilled managers are constantly in demand. As new technologies emerge and industries evolve, it is crucial that the leaders of tomorrow be able to approach problems with innovative and strategic responses. With faculty well-versed in a number of critical disciplines, the Department of Management prepares you for leadership. Whether at the undergraduate, masters, doctoral or executive levels, you will be equipped with the tools necessary to succeed as innovative leaders and managers. 

Brown leads new Executive PhD program

Jill Brown, Heiken Professor of Business Ethics and professor of Management, serves as director of Bentley’s new Executive PhD program, which is specifically designed for experienced managers who want to leverage the power of business to solve today’s most pressing global challenges. The program offers full-time working professionals an intensive, research-based curriculum in a flexible, accelerated format. According to Brown, “Graduates will emerge with the knowledge and skills they need to make game-changing, data-driven decisions that will propel their companies and their careers to the next level.”

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Manolova presents at WTO Congress on Gender

Nearly 100 experts on business and gender issues — including Management professor Tatiana Manolova — were invited to Geneva, Switzerland, to share their research during the World Trade Organization’s first-ever World Trade Congress on Gender. During her session, Manolova shared findings from her paper, “Entrepreneurial Responses to COVID-19: Gender, Digitization and Adaptive Capacity.” The study, undertaken with fellow Management professor Linda Edelman and colleagues from other universities, explored the challenges and opportunities encountered by women business owners during the pandemic.

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Vroman emphasizes importance of authenticity

In an article published in Fast Company, Lecturer in Management Susan Vroman discusses the importance of authentic leadership in the workplace. “Authentic leaders have the ability to connect with people, building foundations for both collaborative and individual achievement,” she writes. “Authentic leadership encourages us to be ourselves to accomplish our goals when working with others. While some managers may need to take a beat to revisit who they are and why they value what they do, self-awareness and emotional management enables us to intentionally direct our actions.”

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Congratulations Mateo Cruz and Jeff Leblanc!

Both Dr. LeBlanc and Dr. Cruz received the 2023 Innovation in Teaching Award. This is Dr. Cruz's second time winning this award and first time winning the "Faculty Initiate of the Year Award" from Delta Sigma Pi, Bentley's business fraternity.

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Dr. Mateo Cruz

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Dr. Jeff Leblanc


Marcus Stewart
Professor and Department Chair
Adamian Academic Center Room 327

Veronica Barber
Lecturer and Assistant Chair
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Nicole Newton
Academic Coordinator, II
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