Social Innovation In The Classroom
Babson’s mission is to educate entrepreneurial leaders who create great economic and social value—everywhere. This section includes courses that focus on social value creation and social entrepreneurship.
Applications are now open for the new Business and Social Innovation Intensity Track for MBAs focused on developing the mindset, skills, and competencies needed to create economic and social value simultaneously. MBAs, including May 2017 grads, are eligible for this designation which combines a rich combination of required course work and entrepreneurial experiences. Learn more.
Babson’s new graduate school offering, Food Entrepreneurship, is a highly experiential intensive MBA elective that focuses on the anatomy of the food entrepreneur’s journey from initial idea and course-setting through to meaningful survey of market landscapes and new venture strategy. Read more in this blog post about this course's launch.
This course builds on some of the most current thinking around the design, execution and assessment of "triple bottom line" leadership strategies and explores the opportunities available to enhance and expand social value creation in a world where the lines between business and society have significantly shifted. Read more in this blog post
about the kickoff class with Entrepreneur in Residence Dave Stangis.
Studying real-life examples of social innovation help students see how the principles they’re learning in the classroom are put into practice. The Lewis Institute funds the development of Social Innovation Teaching Cases exploring the challenges of developing and running a social impact business. This section includes summaries of available cases.
Certificate of Advanced Management in Business & Social Impact
Check back soon for more information.