Kellogg School of Management Executive Education Newsletter
Professor Harry Kraemer
  Giving up is the enemy of creativity
Creative ideas take time and persistence. If at first you don't succeed, keep trying, and trying and trying. [Creating and Leading a Culture of Innovation]


How to use stress to your team's advantage
Don't stress the stress — use it to help your team bond and motivate one another during trying times. [Leading High-Impact Teams]


Muting unwanted noise in an open office
Open plan offices
can offer many distractions, but channeling that noise creatively can prevent you from needing a mute button. [Constructive Collaboration: Driving Performance in Teams, Organizations, and Partnerships]


AB InBev fights back
Budweiser's parent company, AB InBev, is crafting a solid strategy to adapt to a changing beer market. [Kellogg on Branding]


Does your company need a “MacGyver?”
A designated intrapreneur can be like MacGyver by relying on wits to make beautiful solutions out of simple components. [The Advanced Management Programs]


The 20 most abused words in the English language
Using these words incorrectly can cause your credibility to take a hit. Brush up on this list to prevent embarrassing mistakes. [The Sphere of Leadership]

February 2016 Edition
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Governing Family Enterprises
March 6-10, 2016
Constructive Collaboration: Driving Performance in Teams, Organizations, and Partnerships
March 7-10, 2016
Growth and Innovation Week
March 13-18, 2016
Distribution Channel Management: Creating Go-to-Market Growth Strategies
April 3-6, 2016
Insight and Analytics Week
April 3-8, 2016
Leading High-Impact Teams
April 5-8, 2016
Operations Management Week
April 10-15, 2016
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