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Babson Professors Honored Among 50 Best Business School Professors

Professor Candida Brush and Professor Tom Davenport were honored by Poets & Quants Rating of 50 Best Business School Professors

Babson Professors Candida Brush and Tom Davenport were honored by the newest rating from Poets & Quants making the list of the 50 Best Business School Professors. The rating identified 50 teachers in colleges and universities across the globe that had unique expertise in creatively and successfully grooming the next generation of business leaders.

Acclaimed professors of the Babson community, Candida Brush and Tom Davenport are both veterans in their field who work to creatively help students embrace and embody Babson’s philosophy of Entrepreneurship of All Kinds®. 

About Professor Brush

Dr. Candida Brush is a full professor, holder of the Franklin W. Olin Chair in Entrepreneurship and serves as Division Chair for Entrepreneurship. She is also the Director of the Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship. Professor Brush had early entrepreneurial experience in the airline industry and small business consulting, and co-founded a land development company Professor Brush is well known for her pioneering research in women's entrepreneurship, and her research is often featured in noted popular media including the Wall Street Journal, Business Week on Line, the Boston Globe and Inc.

Professor Brush holds an honorary doctorate in Business and Economics from Jonkoping University, Sweden, and is a visiting adjunct at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway.

 

About Professor Davenport

Professor Tom Davenport holds the President's Chair in the Information Technology Management Division and co-directs the Working Knowledge Research Center. He has taught at Harvard Business School, University of Chicago, Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business, and the University of Texas at Austin. He has directed research centers at Accenture, Ernst & Young, McKinsey & Company, and CSC Index. Professor Davenport wrote, co-authored or edited twelve books. In 2003, he was named one of the top 25 consultants in the world by Consulting magazine; in 2005 he was rated the third most influential business and technology analyst in the world (after Peter Drucker and Tom Friedman) and in 2007 he was the highest-ranking business academic in Ziff-Davis' listing of the 100 most influential people in the IT industry.

 

Complete Rankings of World’s Best Business School Professors

THE WORLD’S 50 BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL PROFESSORS

 

Jennifer Aaker

  • School: Stanford
  • Expertise: Marketing

Sridhar Balasubramanian

  • School: UNC (Kenan-Flagler)
  • Expertise: Marketing

Shiomo Benartzi

  • School: UCLA (Anderson)
  • Expertise: Finance

Utpal Bhattacharya

  • School: Indiana (Kelley)
  • Expertise: Finance

Candida Brush

  • School: Babson College
  • Expertise: Entrepreneurship

Raymond Burke

  • School: Indiana (Kelley)
  • Expertise: Marketing

Charles Calomiris

  • School: Columbia
  • Expertise: Finance

Jennifer Chapman

  • School: Berkeley (Haas)
  • Expertise: Management

Bhagwan Chowdhry

  • School: UCLA (Anderson)
  • Expertise: Finance

Clayton Christensen

  • School: Harvard
  • Expertise: Innovation

Aswath Damodaran

  • School: New York (Stern)
  • Expertise: Finance

Thomas Davenport

  • School: Babson College
  • Expertise: Management

Antonio Davila

  • School: IESE
  • Expertise: Entrepreneurship

Daniel Diermeier

  • School: Northwestern (Kellogg)
  • Expertise: Management

Greg Fairchild

  • School: Virginia (Darden)
  • Expertise: Entrepreneurship

Scott Galloway

  • School: New York (Stern)
  • Expertise: Marketing

Adam Galinsky

  • School: Columbia Business School
  • Expertise: Management

Gonzalo Garland

  • School: IE Business School
  • Expertise: Economics

Pankaj Ghemawat

  • School: IESE
  • Expertise: Management

Austan Goolsbee

  • School: Chicago (Booth)
  • Expertise: Economics

Vijay Govindarajan

  • School: Dartmouth (Tuck)
  • Expertise: Innovation

Lynda Gratton

  • School: London
  • Expertise: Management

Andrew Hoffman

  • School: Michigan (Ross)
  • Expertise: Management

Dwight Jaffee

  • School: Berkeley (Haas)
  • Expertise: Finance

Simon Johnson

  • School: MIT (Sloan)
  • Expertise: Economics

Barbara Kahn

  • School: UPenn (Wharton)
  • Expertise: Marketing

Kevin Lane Keller

  • School: Dartmouth (Tuck)
  • Expertise: Marketing

Nancy F. Koehn

  • School: Harvard
  • Expertise:Leadership

Nirmalya Kumar

  • School: London
  • Expertise: Marketing

Sheena Lyengar

  • School: Columbia
  • Expertise: Management

Renee Mauborgne

  • School : INSEAD
  • Expertise: Management

Atif R. Mian

  • School: Berkeley (Haas)
  • Expertise: Finance

Peter Morici

  • School: Maryland (Smith)
  • Expertise: Economics

Christine Moorman

  • School: Duke (Fuqua)
  • Expertise: Marketing

Dana Muir

  • School: Michigan (Ross)
  • Expertise: Finance

Sharon Oster

  • School: Yale
  • Expertise: Management

Jeffrey Pfeffer

  • School: Stanford GSB
  • Expertise: Management

Michael Porter

  • School: Harvard
  • Expertise: Strategy

Raghuram Rajan

  • School: Chicago (Booth)
  • Expertise: Economics

Jay Shanken

  • School: Emory (Goizueta)
  • Expertise: Finance

Myles Shaver

  • School: Minnesota (Carlson)
  • Expertise: Strategy

Jeremy Siegel

  • School: UPenn (Wharton)
  • Expertise: Finance

Svenja Sommer

  • School: HEC Paris
  • Expertise: Management

Robert Sutton

  • School: Stanford GSB
  • Expertise: Management

Art Swersey

  • School: Yale
  • Expertise: Management

Michael Trick

  • School: Carnegie (Tepper)
  • Expertise: Operations

Peter Ubel

  • School: Duke (Fuqua)
  • Expertise: Health Care

Laurie Weingart

  • School: Carnegie (Tepper)
  • Expertise: Leadership

Ronald Wilcox

  • School: Virginia (Darden)
  • Expertise: Finance

Aks Zaheer

  • School: Minnesota (Carlson)
  • Expertise :Strategy

About Babson College

Babson College is the educator, convener, and thought leader for Entrepreneurship of All Kinds®. The College is a dynamic living and learning laboratory, where students, faculty, and staff work together to address the real-world problems of business and society -- while at the same time evolving our methods and advancing our programs. We shape the leaders our world needs most: those with strong functional knowledge and the skills and vision to navigate change, accommodate ambiguity, surmount complexity, and motivate teams in a common purpose to create economic and social value. As we have for nearly a half-century, Babson continues to advance Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® as the most positive force on the planet for generating sustainable economic and social value. For information, visit www.babson.edu

By Hilary Katulak; hkatulak@babson.edu; 781-239-4623 | 10/31/2012 3:17 PM