12/02/16 – Forbes
Article quotes Professor Ellen Taaffe on a number of suggestions to enhance the pipeline of women leaders – including formal and informal mentoring programs, ensuring diverse slates of candidates and providing senior-level women a platform to tell their stories.
10/31/16 – Forbes
Q&A with Professor Ellen Taaffe shares personal experience on climbing the corporate leadership ladder and obtaining board positions.
01/28/16 – Fortune
Article by Professor Moran Cerf analyzes the difference between brain engagement while people watch the presidential debates and subjective feedback from opinion polls. When people hear their favorite candidate speak, their brains will find a way to explain why everything he or she says is more engaging.
01/12/16 – Inc.
Article quotes Professor Brian Uzzi, who said that 2016 will bring new business models aiming to address the challenges of meshing human and machine learning. He calls this category of business model "thought partnerships."
11/10/15 – First-ever Kellogg on Growth Forum brings together faculty, students and business leaders to discuss ways to inspire growth Full Story
06/26/15 – Long-distance–communications challenges can be overcome. Here's how.Full Story
06/02/15 – How can women overcome the pay gap? Do your homework and know what to ask for.Full Story
05/29/15 – Kellogg’s first-ever Computational Social Science Summit features collaboration and human-machine partnershipsFull Story
05/11/15 – Leigh Thompson helps you ensure that your whole team pulls its own weightFull Story
05/08/15 – Inc.
Article quotes Professor Brian Uzzi on the challenges marketers face when they have an ‘O-dependent’ product - meaning that consumers consult other people’s opinions before buying - in the digital era and how to overcome that challenge by utilizing data sets.
05/01/15 – Wired
Article co-written by Professor Moran Cerf explains the mentality behind a hacker’s mind and the social engineering, human psychology, and art of manipulation that goes on behind a seemingly simple hacking attempt.
04/30/15 – Harvard Business Review
Article quotes Professor Brian Uzzi on how to “make your enemies your allies” in a collaborative workspace and offers advice on what to do when someone tries to claim your work or ideas as their own.
03/05/15 – WNYC (New York Public Radio)
Article cites Professor Brian Uzzi’s steps to fixing relationships gone bad: redirect negative emotions, give the other person something to entice them to rebuild the relationship and set the terms of your new understanding.
01/15/15 – Forbes
Article cites a study by Professor Brian Uzzi that found that the top performing academic studies had references that were 90 percent conventional and 10 percent atypical. People with open networks are more easily able to create atypical combinations.
12/01/14 – Video: strategies for negotiating employment packagesFull Story