Babson in the Community 2014

Sources of Learning and Inspiration

From faculty books that have garnered national media coverage to a rich and diverse selection of blogs, the Babson community creates a wide variety of inspirational and educational content.

A Sampling of Recent Books from Babson Faculty

Babson in the Community 2014

  • Strategic Relationships at Work: Creating Your Circle of Mentors, Sponsors, and Peers for Success in Business and Life by Wendy Murphy, associate professor of management, and Kathy E. Kram

    This comprehensive guide to mentoring—the first written specifically for 21st-century career building—offers an entrepreneurial approach to managing work relationships.
  • Conscious Capitalism by Raj Sisodia, professor of marketing, and John Mackey, co-CEO and co-founder of Whole Foods

    This bestseller highlights how capitalism can create a better future, using successful companies like Costco, Panera, and Amazon to illustrate how businesses create value for customers, employees, suppliers, investors, society, and the environment.

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  • Teaching Entrepreneurship: A Practice-Based Approach by professors Heidi M. Neck, Patricia G. Greene, and Candida G. Brush

    This education guide advocates for teaching entrepreneurship as a method, prioritizing a practice-based approach over the traditional process approach while emphasizing empathy, play, creation, experimentation, and reflection.

Babson Blogs

Visit to easily search the combined content of all of Babson’s blogs. There, you’ll find posts on everything from creating social value to life at Babson, written by students, professors, staff, and more.

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Did You Know?

You can help prepare Babson students for a career, and further develop your own, when you volunteer through the Coaching for Leadership and Teamwork Program (CLTP). Launched in 1997 by award-winning Babson professors Joseph Weintraub and James Hunt, coaching sessions take place every fall and spring semester.