Kellogg School of Managemennt
on Executive Education
June 2009
Providing knowledge and tools to help you rise to any challenge in your organization.

The Kellogg School's newsletter for those who are interested in our executive education programs.

Executive education is the most direct way to make an immediate impact on the practice of management. This newsletter, published quarterly, connects you with the latest research by our faculty members and special topics that focus on issues at the intersection of people and the work they do.

  Executive Briefing  

Getting the Most Out of Your Investment in Executive Education

Executive education is a significant investment in both time and money. But it can also be one of the best investments you or your firm can make. Professor Stephen Burnett, Associate Dean of Executive Education at the Kellogg School, takes a provocative look at what you should do before and after your executive education program - important measures that can mean the difference between time spent and time invested.
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  Participant Profile  

Catharina Tunberg: From Sweden to Evanston for the Kellogg Executive Scholars Program

When Catharina Tunberg was promoted to a senior marketing position for the international firm Ericsson, she quickly realized that she needed a perspective that reached beyond her background in engineering and sales. A global search led her to the Executive Scholars Program at the Kellogg School, where an integrated set of executive education programs gave her work the boost it needed.
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  Insight - Kellogg School Research  

Kellogg School of Management faculty offer their latest research in an online digest emphasizing key findings that you can put to work today.

New Faculty Blog Roll
This new resource gathers entries from faculty blog postings on Kellogg Insight as well as external blog sites that host Kellogg faculty posts.

"Walking the Walk: Creating a Market Orientation"
Based on the Research of Gary F. Gebhardt, Gregory Carpenter, and John F. Sherry, Jr. As more firms make the effort to become customer-focused, it is important to comprehend not only what a market orientation is, but also how such a transformation occurs.

"Global Dual Sourcing Strategies: Should you source your carbon fiber bicycle frames from Mexico or China?"
Based on the Research of Gad Allon and Jan A. Van Mieghem. A useful formula to help quantify the best global dual-sourcing strategies.


Career Corner with Professor Ellington-Booth

Question: What are some creative ways to inspire and motivate staff during a time when raises are small, non-existent, and sometimes even cut?
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Join the conversation:

email a question to Professor Ellington-Booth.


Past participants are invited to join the recently formed Kellogg Executive Education Group on LinkedIn.


  Upcoming Programs

Strategic Marketing and Communications
September 13-16, 2009

Leading High-Impact Teams
September 14-17, 2009

Business Marketing Strategy
September 20-25, 2009

Negotiation Strategies for Managers
September 20-23, 2009

Kellogg Management Institute September 24, 2009-February 26, 2010

The 2009 Program Calendar


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