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Management

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. 

Teaching and Research Highlights

The Management Department is multidisciplinary and includes researchers who come from a variety of backgrounds, such as:

Economics
Strategy
Entrepreneurship
Operations Management
Innovation Management
Organizational Behavior
Psychology
Sociology
Project Management
Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Gender and Diversity Studies

Our research has an applied management focus which includes a wide spectrum of approaches, ranging from prescriptive/normative to more critical/theoretical. This diversity is also reflected in research methodologies, ranging from qualitative and interpretivist to quantitative and positivist.

We cover seven broad areas:

Diversity and Global Cultures
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Ethics 
Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance
Leadership and Change
Organizational Behavior and Careers
Supply Chain and Service Operations Management
Teaching and Learning

Linda-Edelman

Department News

Research
We are producing innovative scholarship that make a difference.

New Management Concentrations
We are excited to now offer six concentrations for the Management major.

Eco-Fi-Stat Center

Student Opportunities and Alumni News

Internships
Management internships are available with every type of organization imaginable — large and small, established and start-up, private sector and nonprofit. They can be in a wide range of business functions — human resources, operations, sales, manufacturing, research and development, and more. The responsibilities students take on reflect the broad spectrum of topics they study in Management courses.

Jobs Following Graduation
Virtually all organizations need professionals with the skills that students develop in the Management major — leading diverse teams, keeping operations running smoothly, managing relationships among different functions in the organization, developing innovative ideas and approaches. Our Management graduates have pursued careers in a wide range of positions in very different types and sizes of organizations.

Contact

Linda Edelman
Professor and Department Chair Adamian Academic Center Room 327 781.891.2530 ledelman@bentley.edu

Michael Bravo
Lecturer and Assistant Chair Adamian Academic Center Room 325 781.891.2568 mbravo@bentley.edu

Management General Number 781-891-2112

Adrienne Kaplan
Academic Administrative Assistant Adamian Academic Center Room 335 781.891.2447 akaplan@bentley.edu