In this roundtable discussion, Elaine Eisenman, Dean of Babson Executive Education, and Babson Professors Les Charm, Michael Roberto, Jay Rao, and Paul Mulligan discuss how companies can manage risk while infusing the latest in innovative thinking into their organizations. [7:41] May 5, 2010.
The Advanced Leadership Institute, run through Babson Executive Education, is the premier education program for executives in MCAA (Mechanical Contractors Association of America) firms. The program features two separate one-week sessions held at Babson College, where participants are immersed in a dynamic setting with other members of the mechanical contracting and service industries. [2:10] December 17, 2009.
Babson Executive Education plays a key role in Scotland’s economic future through a program that trains aspiring business leaders before they undertake positions with large blue-chip organizations and high-growth entrepreneurial ventures in Scotland.
Developed for participants who are in leadership positions at their dealerships, this 16-month program from NADA’s “Dealer Academy” is designed and delivered by Babson Executive Education. [4:53]
Dean Eisenman discusses the notion that career setbacks can be a catalyst for positive change. [10:06] November 19, 2007.