10/20/14 – A tech guru and a floral manager team up to launch two winning startupsFull Story
10/13/14 – Chicago Tribune
Article reports on Social Impact Investing: Financing a Better World, a panel hosted by Professor Linda Darragh at Chicago Ideas Week. Takeaways include that “anyone can be an impact investor” and “sell the win-win.”
10/13/14 – Womenetics
Article by Professor Lloyd Shefsky explains how to continuously innovate and reinvent one's self and business to meet constantly changing conditions in the marketplace, using examples from his book, Invent, Reinvent, Thrive.
09/30/14 – Fortune
Article by Professor Linda Darragh lists six lessons that entrepreneurs can learn from B2B companies about how to launch the next great startup, including targeting the first customers wisely and focusing on opportunities to generate reoccurring revenue.
09/29/14 – LinkedIn
Article profiles Professor Lloyd Shefsky and his book, Invent Reinvent Thrive. “The need to reinvent is very rarely clear, but if you pay attention, it’s likely writing on the wall of the box you need to bust out of,” Shefsky said.
09/16/14 – PointBlank
Quotes Professor Lloyd Shefsky, who said that the ability to reinvent one’s self and business to meet constantly changing conditions in the marketplace leads to long-term success for small business owners.
09/15/14 – Chicago Tribune
Article reports on entrepreneurship and innovation offerings at Chicago schools including Kellogg and Booth. Quotes Professor Linda Darragh, who said that Kellogg has revamped its program by adding 12 new courses and 19 new faculty members.
09/05/14 – MIT News
Article reports on an MIT study about the fallout for scientists whose fields suffer high-profile retractions. Quotes Professor Ben Jones, who said that the study “uses rigorous empirical methods to establish an important fact: Retractions matter for the ensuing progress of a field.”
09/02/14 – Meez Meals makes cooking dinner a piece of cake Full Story
09/01/14 – Wealth Magazine
Quotes Professor Lloyd Shefsky, who said, “Being an entrepreneur is like a relay race. You might get it to a certain point and then hand off the baton. Take pride in priming the next guy for success.”
08/27/14 – WPHM
Interview with Professor Lloyd Shefsky about his book, Invent, Reinvent, Thrive. “Companies really weren’t made to last forever,” Shefsky said. “You have to be prepared to implement the reinvention.”
08/26/14 – Watch Kellogg Senior Fellow Sanjay Khosla discuss global lessons on growth with TheStreet.comFull Story
08/25/14 – EY Family Business Blog
Article by Professor Lloyd Shefsky uses Henry Crown and Company as an example of subtle family influence serving the business better than more overt family control. It allows leaders to make their own decisions while still being guided by the family’s legacy.