Each year, hundreds of Kellogg students across all programs participate in a unique experiential learning opportunity that takes them to all corners of the world. Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) brings students face-to-face with senior leaders from business and government, providing a firsthand look at the challenges they face. Founded at Kellogg in 1990, GIM combines 10 weeks of classroom education with two weeks of intensive, in-country field research. During their GIM trip, students gain an intimate understanding of the strategy and operations involved in running various organizations. They then produce original scholarship that contributes to our overall knowledge of global business and leadership.
These video segments offer a glimpse into GIM and what it offers students.
Botswana and South Africa 2012: