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Kellogg School conferences deliver leadership insights across many disciplines
Here are a few highlights from the many conferences hosted this year by the Kellogg School.

  Larry Levy
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Larry Levy '67
Alumni Entrepreneur Conference: Larry Levy '67, founder of Levy Restaurants, delivers the keynote address at the inaugural Kellogg School Alumni Entrepreneur Conference. Levy advised attendees to remain open to all the opportunities that present themselves, since it may initially be difficult to discern the most valuable ones. Levy and other successful entrepreneurs shared advice on everything from financing a start-up company to assembling a team of motivated employees during the May 13 event at the James L. Allen Center.


N. R. Narayana Murthy  
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N. R. Narayana Murthy with students

India Business Conference: N. R. Narayana Murthy, left, chairman and chief mentor of Infosys, shares some of his insights with Kellogg School students at the Kellogg India Business Conference on May 15. He told conference attendees to remain aware of the value system and culture that they create for their companies and said it was imperative to be concerned about employee satisfaction.


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Claudine Malone
Corporate Governance Conference: Claudine Mallone, president and CEO of Financial and Management Consulting Inc., participates in a panel discussion during the 13th annual Corporate Governance Conference, May 3 and 4 at the Kellogg School. Mallone was one of seven corporate leaders who received Outstanding Directors Awards from Board Alert, which reports news and strategy related to boardroom activities. The other award winners were: Barbara T. Alexander, executive fellow, Joint Center for Housing Studies, Harvard University; Norman R. Augustine, chairman of the executive committee, Lockheed Martin; William Bowen, president, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Dr. Michael Brown, professor of molecular genetics and internal medicine, and Distinguished Chair of Biomedical Sciences, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center; Barbara Hackman Franklin, president and CEO, Barbara Franklin Enterprises; and Robert H. Jenkins, retired chairman and CEO, Sundstrand Corp. 

Cassian Cheung  
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Cassian Cheung '78

Asian Business Conference: Cassian Cheung '78 delivers a keynote speech at the April 24 Asian Business Conference at the Kellogg School. Cheung, president of Wal-Mart China, said his firm sees "tremendous opportunities in Asia."

Bonnier Family with Prof John Ward and Prof Lloyd Shefsky
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Family Enterprise Conference: The Bonnier Family are presented with their award for Special Contributions to Family Business during the May 18 and 19 Kellogg School Family Business Conference. Pictured from left: Kellogg Professor John Ward, Carl-Johan Bonnier, Hans-Jacob Bonnier and Professor Lloyd Shefsky.
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