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Dennis J. Ceru

Dr. Dennis Ceru is an Adjunct Professor at Babson College, where he teaches MBA courses in entrepreneurship and business strategy, across the Full Time, Part-Time and Fast Track Blended Learning [more…]

Peter Cohan

Peter Cohan teaches strategy and entrepreneurship to undergraduate and MBA students including courses such as Strategic Problem Solving and Strategic Decision Making. He also developed and teaches Foundations of Entrepreneurial [more…]

Russ Corsini

Russ received his AB in economics from Georgetown University where he spent his junior year at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland. He then went on to receive his MBA [more…]

Caroline Daniels

Caroline Daniels

Dr. Daniels’ research covers Future Trends and Entrepreneurial Strategy. She has worked on the development of global business and technology strategies for numerous startups and the following larger corporations: IBM, [more…]

Ken Demma

Exploring and mining the intersection of Customers, strategy, data, and analytics, Ken Demma has been a Marketing leader for over 25 years: working to transform businesses in adopting Customer-centric Marketing [more…]

Phil Dover

Phil Dover

Dr. Phil Dover is an Emeritus Professor of Marketing at Babson College. While at Babson he taught courses mainly on Strategic Market Planning, the Marketing of High Technology Products and [more…]


Sinan Erzurumlu

Sinan Erzurumlu is an associate professor of technology and operations management at Babson College. His main areas of research include technology and innovation management. He takes an operational lens to [more…]

Beth Goldstein

Beth Goldstein

Author, consultant, coach, and educator, Beth has spent the last 25 years helping entrepreneurs launch and grow their businesses. Through her work as President of Marketing Edge Consulting Group, she [more…]

James Hoopes

James E. Hoopes

James Hoopes is “Murata Professor of Ethics in Business” at Babson College. His latest book is Corporate Dreams: Big Business in American Democracy from the Great Depression to the Great [more…]


Paul Horn

As an adjunct professor at Babson College since 2002, Paul teaches courses and workshops in business communication and works regularly as a presentation skills coach at the College’s Speech Center. [more…]

Donna Kelley

Donna Kelley

Donna Kelley is a Professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College, and holds the Frederic C. Hamilton Chair of Free Enterprise. Prof. Kelley is a board member of the Global Entrepreneurship [more…]

Kevin Mulcahy

Kevin teaches within the graduate program of the Entrepreneurship Division at Babson. He teaches classes in the MBA program on the theory and practice of Entrepreneurship, and has been a [more…]

Sal Parise

Salvatore Parise

Dr. Parise is an Associate Professor in the Technology, Operations, and Information Management Division at Babson College. He teaches multi-disciplinary courses in information technology as well as an elective course [more…]

George Recck

George Recck

Mr. Recck has taught at Babson College since 1984. Prior to that, Mr. Recck worked his way toward his undergraduate degree from Babson as a Systems Manager in Babson’s Computer [more…]

Ganesan Shankaranarayanan

Ganesan Shankara­narayanan

G. Shankaranarayanan (Shankar) obtained his Ph.D. in Management Information Systems from The University of Arizona, Eller School of Management. His research interests cover three primary areas: (1) Modeling and managing [more…]