Kellogg on Corporate Innovation

Kellogg aims to help business leaders stay on the cutting edge by challenging the norm in order to produce truly innovative products, services and processes that create lasting value. From startups, to middle-market companies and corporations, Kellogg faculty share thought leadership on what it takes to ignite innovation, and maintain that momentum.
Kellogg professor Robert C. Wolcott on technology convergence and the future of business.

Distributed X, Technology Convergence and the Future of Business

Distributed X Transforms the World. As master of ceremonies, Professor Robert C. Wolcott has never formally presented during KIN Global before. He'll share thoughts about fundamental dynamics transforming value relationships across industries and geographies.
Kellogg alumna Bridgette Heller '85 on growing through corporate innovation

Growing through corporate innovation

When it comes to growing a new business within a larger company, you have to focus on people, processes and goals, says Bridgette Heller '85.

The First Eighteen Months

An interview with Professor Robert C. Wolcott about surviving as a corporate innovator.


How to Achieve Focused Growth

An interview with Sanjay Khosla and Mohan Sawhney about their new book, Fewer, Bigger, Bolder.
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Built to scale

Executives at middle-market companies must build the right organizational capabilities to combat the limitations that accompany the pursuit of long-term growth. Embracing the mindset to scale and making an enterprise-wide commitment to innovation are critical components of a successful strategy.

The matchmakers

Kellogg Professor Tom Kuczmarski and alumnus Luke Tanen ’14 work to change how innovation happens through the Innovators Connection

Interactive: Growing the med tech industry

Use this interactive infographic to explore how the FDA approves medical devices, then meet Kellogg alumni — from doctors to incubators to angel investors — working to grow the market.

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    Chicago companies launch plans for business in outer space

    Article takes a look at the possibility of people living in outer space and the Chicago companies that are prepared to help in that endeavor. Professor Mohan Sawhney notes that companies could be claiming to be going into the space industry as a marketing stunt.

    Chicago Tribune, 12 Oct 2017

    Equihack, Online Dating, Transparency And You

    Article by Professor Robert Wolcott discusses the Equifax hack and how most people have become “impressively desensitized to the notion of sharing [their] data.” A majority of people will get a little worried but do nothing in response to a breach like this. Wolcott further explores data sharing by exploring online dating and transparency in online media content.

    Forbes, 09 Oct 2017

    The ‘crypto boom’ may well be regulators’ worst nightmare

    Article by Professor Mohanbir Sawhney discusses Goldman Sachs’ decision to explore trading bitcoin, noting that this is the biggest and best known of all digital currencies, however, it is also an extremely volatile asset. It further delves into the hesitancy regarding the regulating of cryptocurrencies.

    The Hill, 04 Oct 2017

    In Praise Of Dystopias: ‘Black Mirror,’ ‘1984,’ ‘Brave New World’ And Our Technology-Defined Future

    Article by Professor Robert Wolcott takes a look at the ever nearing reality of shows such as Black Mirror that explore the dystopia of a life controlled by technology, noting that these shows, although potentially, somewhat inaccurate, open public dialogue regarding the impact of artificial intelligence and other technological advances.

    Forbes, 25 Sep 2017