04/12/18 – Inc.
Article by Professor Kent Grayson discusses what business owners can learn from Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony to Congress, emphasizing the importance of trust and clearly communicating to customers and clients what they are buying.
04/10/18 – Chicago Tribune
Article about Chicago-area Facebook users discovering if their data has been breached quotes Professor Kent Grayson, who said most people likely won’t quit using Facebook.
04/09/18 – Inc.
Article by Professor Kent Grayson explains what Facebook users should be looking for in Zuckerberg’s testimony to Congress to help them decide if they still trust Facebook with their data.
12/15/17 – Chicago Tribune
Article discusses why so many people still opt to participate in the sharing economy, quoting Professor Kent Grayson. "For providers, barriers to entry are much lower," he said. "You don't have to build a hotel, you have one in your house. You don't have to get a city certification, you can start driving for Uber."
10/09/17 – Huffington Post
Article discusses a video that features Adjunct Professor Jim Stengel speaking about the value of giving people the ability to collaborate with marketers so that each brand can explore and produce its unique purpose.
09/25/17 – Mic
Article quotes Professor Moran Cerf about humans’ ability to be forward-thinking. Our brains are equipped to think deliberately about future-looking abstract concepts — if we make the effort, he said.
07/20/17 – Forbes
Article by Professor Kent Grayson takes a look at the implications if President Trump were completely transparent regarding his possible ties to Russia. Grayson notes that if Trump were to disclose completely all pertinent information regarding Russia there would be a heavy cost, amplifying suspicion and further heightening calls for his impeachment.
12/20/16 – Executive in Residence Andrew Swinand discusses the importance of collecting experiences on the way to achieving career successFull Story
10/31/16 – Upside
Article by Professor Joel Shapiro says that using automated analytics is difficult when trying to solve unique, complex, and context-specific business issues. Analytics is a managerial problem because it can be used to inform action and help solve the identified nuanced business problems. To be successful with analytics, it is critical that leaders are comfortable with data analytics and that data scientists are comfortable with the business context.
04/01/16 – ClearAdmit
ClearAdmit highlights Kellogg Markets and Customers Initiative
03/01/16 – Results produce cross-disciplinary perspectives on the nature and understanding of trustFull Story
01/13/16 – Advertising Age
AdAge article points to Kellogg Marketing Leadership Summit and describes research Egon Zehnder conducted at the 2015 summit.
11/10/15 – First-ever Kellogg on Growth Forum brings together faculty, students and business leaders to discuss ways to inspire growth Full Story
11/06/15 – Canadian retailer Larry Rosen talks about differentiating his menswear company to gain a competitive advantageFull Story
10/19/15 – Kellogg’s 2015 Marketing Leadership Summit explores lessons companies learn from the tech-savvyFull Story
10/15/15 – Kellogg Insight
Article cites Professor Eric Leininger’s research on how companies need data scientist to not only make the data usable, but also to help people across the company understand and use it, which isn’t an easy task. His research also talks about how directly contributing to the business can help analytics talent thrive.
10/07/15 – Forbes
Article by Professor Robert Wolcott reports that 35 percent of Fortune 500 B2B companies now have a corporate-level CMO and previews the CMO Charter, developed with Professor Mohan Sawhney, which is a framework to bring clarity and structure to this rapidly evolving role
09/28/15 – Forbes
Article by Professor Tim Calkins argues that the fines imposed on companies that cut corners like Volkswagen and GM are not enough. Executives should know that if they do the wrong thing they may be held personally responsible and face jail time.
09/23/15 – Washington Post
Article features a Q&A with Professor Lauren Rivera about her book, Pedigree: How Elite Students Get Elite Jobs. The book examines how inequality is produced by subtle social patterns of education and informal skills as well as big political and economic forces.