Spreading wisdom

Last week was the orientation week for grad students before the beginning of classes from this week. One of the events during the week as ‘Wisdom Lunch’ which provides an opportunity for new and existing students to sit together over lunch. Few weeks ago, the GSAS had reached out to existing grad students and I […]

The sun is up, the sky is blue!

The Bentley Brunch The 1st ever Bentley Brunch served as a great way for all the graduate students to mingle with each other along with the faculty. Most of the graduate students don’t have an opportunity to mingle with students from the other programs and so GSA wanted to create an event that brought students […]

The Last Kasper

On my daily commute from Sturbridge to Waltham, I would pick up my classmate Kasper Christensen, who lived on the way, and we would alternate driving, braving the morning traffic on both the Mass Pike and I-95. Some days were worse than others, but invariably our exit, 27B, would be backed up for nearly the entire […]

The Philosophy of Leadership

Times are changing, and the old ways of doing business aren’t working. The world needs a new generation of leaders with a different perspective, and while several of the tried-and-true approaches to leadership and management are still as vital as they were on the day they were invented, it has been clear for at least two […]

The Steve Jobs Conundrum

You may have heard of Steve Jobs. You could say he was incredibly innovative. Or maybe you believe that he swiped preexisting ideas, made them look pretty, and sold them to people who were none the wiser. But I’m not here to rekindle the “Apple vs. The World” debate. Instead, I’d like to talk about how Mr. Jobs […]

What does a leader look like?

The Bentley MBA has started its Leadership module, the final of the four themes of the MBA program and I came across this one article from the Boston Globe that truly spoke to me. The author says (and I’m paraphrasing) that we all think we know what a leader should look like: strong jawed and oozing […]

Township Business

As someone once said a long time ago, all good things must come to an end. And so the BMBA class of 2015 landed back in the United States last week after our third and final field-based experience, ready to finish our Environments theme and move on to Leadership. Karla wrote a great recap of our […]

BMBA Heads to South Africa!

The BMBA 2015 cohort just returned from its third and last trip, this time from Johannesburg, South Africa. What a surprise and adventure that place has been. Though the group prepped with as much historical and contextual information we could get about the place prior to leaving, I think it’s safe to say everyone was […]

South Africa: Week One

It has been a week of adventure since we touched down in Johannesburg. The things our cohort has seen and learned could fill a book, but I will give an overview and then share what we have learned during this busy, exhilarating week. Day 1: Arrival. We are staying in Sandton, a wealthy section of Johannesburg. Dinner […]

Fun Teams, Fun Times!

As I’ve mentioned before I am the vice president of events for the Graduate Student Association (GSA) at Bentley and I love it! It’s so fulfilling to plan and execute events, talk to grad students you never get to see otherwise and just have fun along the way. I’ve been blessed with two teams. The GSA […]