Good Business Fridays
Join The Lewis Institute on Fridays for open and casual discussions about creating both profit and purpose.
Good Business Fridays is an Uncommon Table primarily designed for our undergraduate students, but all are welcome—graduate students, alumni, faculty, staff, and social innovators.
Every Friday between 12:30–1:30pm
in the Reynolds Global Lounge
Come when you can, there is no such thing as late!
Light snacks are provided, or feel free to bring lunch.
Spring 2019 Schedule
Friday, February 1
In lieu of GBF, go to Entrepreneuring Age-Tech
Friday, February 8
How can edtech create greater social and economic value?
with Carol Atwood, entrepreneur-in-residence
Friday, February 15
IoT for Good
How can entrepreneurs use IoT to create social change?
with Ken Freitas, MBA'87, executive-in-residence
Friday, February 22
Arts & Business Conversation
What are the implications and opportunities for virtual reality?
with Graham Sack, moderated by professor Ruben Macha
This is a special collaboration with BabsonArts, and will be held in Sorenson Upper Lobby. RSVP
Friday, March 1
How can you drive sustainability in your career or business?
with Mark Buckley, One Boat Collaborative
Friday, March 22
No GBF due to spring break
Friday, March 29
In lieu of GBF, go to Babson Sustainability Conference
Friday, April 19
Innovation for Good
How can I create value by integrating the frameworks of scrum, lean, and design?
with Wiljeana Glover, TOIM professor & Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship faculty director
Friday, April 26
Students Creating Social Value
What are the challenges and opportunities of creating social value?
View Past GBF Schedule