Kellogg World Alumni Magazine, Spring 2004Kellogg School of Management
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Global Kellogg: Learn from your peers
The 'Global Kellogg' strategy
Here, there and everywhere
A world of ideas
At home in the global village
Doing business in other cultures
Theory: Scott Stern
Practice: James Conley
Nothing lost in translation
What I did last summer
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Global Kellogg — learn from your peers
The advantages of a Kellogg School degree are increasingly apparent given the risks and complexity of today’s markets. Here’s how these alumni leaders are using their Kellogg education to make a difference on the world stage

The ‘Global Kellogg’ strategy
The Kellogg School brand keeps growing in influence and reputation. Here’s Dean Dipak Jain’s plan to keep it that way

Here, there and everywhere
From Europe to Asia to the Middle East, Kellogg partnerships and alliances create a shared culture on which the sun always shines

A world of ideas
The Kellogg School’s international curriculum prepares students for the challenges of the global market — wherever their professional journey may take them

At home in the global village
Chinese market presents great potential, challenge and rapid change for Kellogg School alums

Doing business in other cultures
Professors Jeanne Brett and Angela Lee share their cross-cultural business insights

"Theory & Practice”
Professors Scott Stern and James Conley explain the strategic importance of intellectual property management

Nothing lost in translation
Building relationships with multicultural customers demands skills that are more than skin deep

What I did last summer
From combating a health crisis, to tailoring products for new markets, summer internships let these Kellogg School students practice their team leadership

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