News and Announcements
||MORS for the Road
||May 14, 2008
Nota Bene II: Leadership with Professor Michelle Buck
The Leader's Journey with Prof. Michelle Buck. This session will focus on an innovative process to help develop leadership vision, values, resilience and stories of learning from experience
||June 20, 2008
Nota Bene for Grads and Guests: Dean David Besanko
This session allows graduates to share a Kellogg classroom experience with their family and friends.
Eboo Patel, Named one of American's Best Leaders (2009) by US News and Wordl Report, and Founder and Executive Director of Interfaith Youth Core, speaks at Kellogg on April 21, 2010 at 5:15 - 6:15 pm in the OLC.
Women's Leadership Workshop. April 16-17 2010
The Business Leadership Club and the Office of the Dean are proud to announce the recipient of the 2010 Kellogg Award for Distinguished Leadership: Wendy Kopp, CEO and Founder of Teach For America. Founded in 1990, Teach For America is the national corps of outstanding recent college graduates who commit two years to teach in urban and rural public schools and become leaders in the effort to expand educational opportunity. Ms. Kopp will be accepting the award and addressing the Kellogg community Monday, April 5, 2010 at 5:15 p.m. in the OLC Forum.
Four Pillars Awards announced: The prestigious honor recognizes four Kellogg students who embody the values at the heart of the Kellogg mission.
6/05/09 The Four Pillars have long defined the framework of a Kellogg education. Now, they also define the school’s most exceptional students.
On June 5, for the first time in school history, four students were recognized with the Four Pillars Awards in Experiential Learning, Intellectual Depth, Global Perspective, and Leadership and Social Responsibility. Created through the collaborative efforts of the Kellogg Student Association (KSA), Business Leadership Club and Kellogg administration, the Four Pillars Awards aim “to acknowledge those Kellogg students who best embody each of the Four Pillars,” said Lloyd Sommers ’09, outgoing president of the KSA. “They are viewed by the school as among the most prestigious awards an individual student can win.”
Kellogg Innovation Network Global Summit 2009
6/24/09 For the first time in its history, the Kellogg Innovation Network (KIN) hosted a global summit convening delegates from more than 20 countries and six continents to address a theme of utmost importance — global prosperity.
Summer Advance Executive Program Class Gets Jazzed Up
The seminar “Leadership, Collaboration and Innovation,” developed by Kellogg’s Clinical Professor of Management and Organizations Michelle Buck, along with fellow Jazz Impact/Kellogg Leadership Program co-founders Michael Gold and Spike Schonthal, focused on providing greater insight into the challenges and opportunities participants face in their organizations by connecting them with those jazz musicians face. Part of the growing trend of using arts-based learning in management education, the program gave participants the chance to learn about processes of team innovation through learning the dynamics of jazz ensemble.
‘Visible woman’ shares leadership lessons with Kellogg Board Fellows 4/29/08
Marty Evans, retired U.S. Navy rear admiral and former head of the American Red Cross and Girl Scouts, shows students how to rise to real-world challenges
Intensive Kellogg workshop offers leadership resources for women 4/29/08
Top faculty help participants at annual Kellogg program ‘unlock potential’ for richer lives
GIM (Global Initiatives in Management)
Boeing's McNerney: 'Digging Out of a Hole'
April 23, 2008
From the article: "If you're not out there leading, you are subject to other people's interpretations, and you hold yourself hostage to the stories that other people spin," says Adam Galinsky, a professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University who specializes in ethics and management.
Zell Center guest Thomas Zelibor: risk can be positive 4/8/08
Retired Navy admiral returns to Kellogg as a visiting scholar to tell how leaders cope in tough times
The Times-Picayune (New Orleans)
Business with a beat; Corporate teamwork linked to jazz
March 30, 2008
From the article: That is exactly what happened when Gold took Jazz Impact to Northwestern University's Kellogg School of management at the invitation of Michelle Buck. A professor of management who directs programs in leadership and executive education, Buck says the Jazz Impact seminar not only brought the crowd to its feet, but left behind lasting lessons. "Studying the jazz ensemble helps us to more deeply understand that leading a team successfully involves a number of different processes," she said. "For example, ensemble members need to listen to each other very carefully to be able to build upon each other's ideas and create something new. They stay close to an original tune, or vision, but take it in new directions."
Global Health Initiative a new way to put Kellogg leadership on the map; effort helping in HIV fight
Ethical leadership links opportunity and responsibility 2/21/08
Private equity CEO Andy Code tells Kellogg part-time students how values inform his business and life
‘Megacommunities’ expert shares strategy for confronting global challenges 2/21/08
Booz Allen SVP Reginald Van Lee tells Kellogg students how ‘cross-boundary leadership’ is seeking novel solutions
Prof. Adam Galinsky: ‘social’ IQ key leadership trait.
Kellogg negotiations expert provides insight into himself and his research
Forbes. Quick Succession
March 13, 2008
From the article: Adam Galinsky, leadership professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, said that if given the chance to breathe, a CEO can motivate the board and shareholders so when tough times strike--and they will--there's what he calls a "buffer of faith... I think that CEOs that come in and articulate a broad vision, even if they're not producing immediate wins, will translate into wins," Galinsky said.
New nonprofit program producing results for education leaders
“Kaleidoscope’ lets women see range of leadership options at Kellogg conference 2/11/08
Women’s Business Association convenes those ‘who are going to change the world’