Are companies doing the best they can do for a consumer?

For the past couple of weeks in class (Leading Responsibly), the topic of Corporate Social Responsibility has played a huge role. Our class discussed ways in which each of our companies has placed an importance on Social Responsibility. Personally, I believe that companies should have some sort of quota of corporate responsibility that they must […]

Skis, Suits & Students, oh my! GSA Sunday River Trip 2014

This past weekend was the legendary ski trip held each year by the Graduate Student Association(GSA), a group I actively help to support. Any student enrolled in at least one graduate class at Bentley is automatically considered a general member of the GSA. Whether purely social, purely professional, or a mix of both, there are […]

What Atticus Finch has to do with an MBA

“You never really know a man until you stand in his shoes and walk around in them.” ―Atticus Finch, To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee) The Middle East doesn’t have the best reputation in the U.S. When I told my friends and my family I was applying to a short-term program where I would travel […]

Hello Everyone!

Hello everyone, I am excited to start posting this blog where I can share my experiences at Bentley. I have started my PMBA last Fall. As I continue with my courses, I hope to share my perspective regarding the courses, work load and anything related to my experiences at the grad school. A little about […]

Allow me to introduce myself

My name is Caroline Sheedy, though I’m known to most as Cal. I’ve had that nickname for as long as I can remember, so I’m not quite sure where it came from, but it sure did stick. I graduated from Bentley with a BS in Finance way back in 2009 but upon graduation got hired […]

Welcome to the Professional MBA blog!

Hello everyone, Welcome to the Professional MBA blog! I am very exited to share my experiences here at Bentley University. I will be writing about the challenges you might face when entering a master’s degree program after being out of school for many years, how to balance your personal and professional life, and a little […]

In a Nutshell

My name is Amanda Chauncy. I completed my Undergraduate degree at Salve Regina University in 2010. I majored in Marketing and minored in Info Systems Management and Business Administration. I started out in the Software Industry and realized that wasn’t for me. I transitioned to Raytheon in January 2011. I have been working there for the […]

The Four C’s of Marketing: An Original Video

For the class GR601,  Strategic IT Alignment, students were asked to create a three minute educational video, describing one important concept or content area learned during our education at Bentley. Please view my team’s video on the Four C’s of Marketing below: Big shout out to my fabulous and talented team members, Katelyn Goodwin, Gloria […]

Entrepreneurial Thinking: Interview with Rachael Lynsey Rubin

As an assignment for ES 600: Entrepreneurial Thinking with Professor Jeff Shuman, each student was asked to find a successful entrepreneur and interview him or her about several topics including the inspiration behind the business, the challenges and limitations each has overcome, and the creative process involved in developing a business strategy. I was fortunate […]

It’s election time in Falcon Nation!

Each Spring, the Bentley graduate community comes together to elect two dedicated and capable students to lead the GSA. The Graduate Student Association, affectionately referred to as the GSA, is an organization dedicated to unifying the Bentley graduate population in order to establish a valuable network, shape school policies, and nurture the personal and professional […]