Environmental sustainability. Social equity. Responsible corporate citizenship. Accountable leadership. Share your commitment to these values and drive your organization’s performance as you help mold the business leaders of tomorrow through a partnership with the Emmanuel Business Collaborative.
The Emmanuel Business Collaborative seeks to develop strategic partnerships with local business and industry organizations who share Emmanuel’s strong commitment to social justice, diversity, inclusion and service.
These mutually beneficial partnerships are designed to maximize the opportunities to match businesses with the resources that can be offered by the Emmanuel Business Collaborative and Emmanuel students.
The Emmanuel Business Collaborative is a center for creative learning and research, oriented toward molding future business leaders. Partnering organizations gain valuable insights and outcomes from the various opportunities offered through the Emmanuel Business Collaborative, including yielding new knowledge and resources they can leverage to impact business results.
The classroom can equip future leaders with the analytical tools that can inform many business decisions, but only experience can build behaviors and traits that define ethical leadership. Our goal is to provide forums and practical experiences that will allow students to acquire these needed skills for principled leadership.
The Emmanuel Business Collaborative places interaction between future leaders and the current business environment at its core. Activities and research generated through the Emmanuel Business Collaborative will strive to provide future leaders with experiences meant to inform business decisions with a social and ethical context. These experiences will provide a framework of business practices that future leaders can leverage to integrate operations of businesses into the needs of larger society.
As part of the Emmanuel Business Collaborative Speaker Series, Dr. Noubar Afeyan, co-founder and chairman of Moderna and founder and CEO of Flagship Pioneering, shared how his commitment to improving the human condition through science and business goes hand in hand with social investments and a global humanitarian initiative.
From nonprofits and startups to e-service companies and media production organizations, the Emmanuel Business Collaborative engages with a diverse range of innovative Boston-area organizations dedicated to helping instill values of ethical behavior and principled leadership among future business leaders and society as a whole.
The Emmanuel Business Collaborative seeks to engage with organization’s who share Emmanuel’s commitment to core values and a passion for the greater community. Partnering organizations, in turn, gain invaluable insights into their own business operations and practices that help drive their organizations forward.
As part of a live case study competition, Emmanuel students worked with HousingWorks, Inc., on a comprehensive marketing and strategy analysis.
Students worked on analyzing EmVision’s competitive environment, their messaging and outreach to future clients and their pricing models. Teams met with EmVision’s co-founders and a select group of their clients over the course of the semester to develop their recommended strategies.
Students enrolled in the Management capstone class “Strategic Management” partnered with The Little Cocoa Bean Co., a local start-up organization seeking to provide culturally diverse and nutritionally superior baby foods to local families.
Whether you seek to open the doors to your own business or engage in the broader, ongoing conversations about ethical business practices and leadership within the greater community, the Emmanuel Business Collaborative offers an ever-expanding catalog of opportunities for organizations to get involved.
Students work with a local business partner serving as a client, offering consultative services to assess a real-life business challenge facing the organization. Integral to each case is knowledge of personal and corporate social responsibility; all organizational partners are either MBW/WBE, Not-For-Profits and/or have social justice imbedded in their mission.
Under the supervision of a faculty member, students work closely with a local business leader on a specific business initiative; they identify an issue, craft a set of recommendations, and develop a plan for implementation.
These ongoing community events address relevant topics within today’s business world and bring together local business leaders to explore real-world perspectives.
The Emmanuel Business Collaborative serves as a destination for the larger business community to present current research on the effects of social values and practices on business performance and leadership.
Emmanuel has a fully equipped Discovery Lab makerspace on campus that can be utilized by entrepreneurs needing equipment and space to launch their venture.
The Emmanuel Business Collaborative Fellowship Program, Underclassmen Competitions, Entrepreneurial Incubator Projects, Entrepreneur-in-Residence Program, Mentorship Programs, and more.
The School of Business & Management is pleased to welcome Julie Beckham, the Financial Education Officer at Rockland Trust Bank, to campus as part of Emmanuel Business Collaborative Speaker Series. A Certified Financial Educator (AAFCS) and an Accredited Financial Counselor (AFCPE), Julie creates and implements engaging and entertaining financial education programming for all ages. Her most recent project is the No Shame in this Money Game podcast where she defines personal finance jargon in a “no shame zone.”
If you are a local business interested in learning more about a partnership with the Emmanuel Business Collaborative, please complete the form below or connect directly with a member of the Emmanuel Business Collaborative.
School of Business & Management
400 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115
Anne Marie Pasquale, Esq.
Associate Dean, School of Business & Management
Assistant Professor and Chair, Business & Economics
Lecturer of Business & Economics
Kelly Basile, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, School of Business & Management