Among U.S. business schools, Bentley is first out of the gate with a dramatically re-engineered MBA. The 11-month program – distinctive in content and delivery – is precisely calibrated for the new demands of leading organizations within the broad context of society. Here, three of the program’s principal designers offer a look under the hood.
It’s not often that a college football team has the same quarterback for several years running. But Bentley head coach Thom Boerman and his Falcons are counting experience on their side as graduate student Bryant Johnson leads the offense for a third straight season.
Theresa Bresten developed a taste for challenge early on. “My parents stressed the importance of learning new things,” says the Master of Science in Finance alumna. “I was taught that I shouldn’t limit myself.”
In the boardroom or the classroom, at a wedding or a retirement party, in front of a few colleagues or a few hundred conference-goers, you are sure to be tapped to speak or perform in public from time to time. Here, Bentley experts offer some tips on improving your powers of presentation.
Change is simmering in executive suites across the United States. Senior managers and board members are increasingly eager to close the gender gap – that chasm between the number of males and females who occupy the upper reaches of the organizational chart.
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