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Reflections on Kellogg, management education and life in the 21st century

 

In the Classroom

Superbowl

February 6, 2011

It’s been an action-packed Sunday—a day of contrasts. I started out the day giving a morning lecture on the business model for sustainability at the Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago. Tonight I’ve just come from the nerve center of the Kellogg School Super Bowl Advertising Review. Read More...


First 100 Days

November 11, 2010

These 100 days have flown by, and I have to be honest—I am still not fully settled in. The last of my boxes and furniture only arrived in Evanston last week, and my suitcase has been packed and on planes with me every week. But despite the frequent travel and hectic pace of the transition, I find myself deeply energized and excited by the challenges and victories that lay ahead. I’m feeling more convinced than ever about the critical role that business schools need to own and embrace in preparing leaders for the 21st century and the unique role that Kellogg can play in that task. Read More...

Exploring Global Plays for the 21st Century

September 30, 2010

The bustle continues—another week full of travel and meetings in Chicago, Evanston and other key U.S. cities. I met some terrific alumni at a dinner in Minneapolis on Monday night and held my first faculty meeting yesterday at the Allen Center. One of the questions that keeps coming up in all of my discussions, both on and off campus, is that of Kellogg's global strategy—what will it be? Read More...



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