Kellogg World Alumni Magazine, Winter 2003Kellogg School of Management
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Kellogg—Creating leaders who care
Bowling for dollars
Leisure-time leadership
Theory: Gene Lavengood
Practice: David Messick
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Kellogg — Creating leaders who care
Through a variety of community-oriented initiatives, Kellogg School faculty, staff, students and alumni prove there’s more than meets the “I”

Bowling for dollars
The way money flows into a community depends on whether its citizens lay the foundations for economic stability. Kellogg experts explain the importance of social capital, trust — and bowling — in creating a rich culture

Emerging markets are enticing MBAs whose expertise can make a difference in far-flung regions of the world. Kellogg is marshaling its resources to give students the skills to succeed in this international business adventure

Leisure-time leadership
The Kellogg School culture boasts dozens of student clubs that offer participants a fun forum to build lasting leadership skills

"Theory & Practice”
Kellogg School Professors Gene Lavengood and David Messick share their insights into why “doing well by doing good” should be more than a platitude for today’s business leaders

A place to call home
A growing number of home buyers are seeking a sense of community in their new neighborhoods. Here’s how some Kellogg real-estate experts are addressing that trend

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