Poets & Quants
The Newest MBA Courses At Leading Business Schools – 09/05/16
Article reports on a Poets & Quants survey of new offerings at top b-schools that found nearly 150 courses, both core and elective, offered for the first time this fall. Kellogg’s 11 new courses are listed among them.
Poets & Quants
Meet The Stereotype-Defying MBA Students In The Class of 2018 – 08/31/16
In this annual series, P&Q highlights 40 leading Full-Time MBA programs, who each share up to 12 first-year students who epitomize their program’s goals and spirit. The article mentions Kellogg’s strong percentage of female students as well as strong GMAT scores. In the first series, P&Q features a Q&A from Kellogg JD-MBA student Justin Rosenthal.
Harvard Business Review
Putting a Price on People Problems at Work – 08/23/16
Article co-authored by Professor Leigh Thompson says that people problems are often times at the center of certain tough issues that come up at work, and while these problems can seem tedious or frustrating, the true costs of this class of problems is much more troubling.
Is Medicare Advantage as Good as Traditional Medicine? – 08/22/16
Article reports on a new Stanford study showing data that may indicate that the Advantage plan provides less care. Professor Joel Shalowitz is quoted, saying that the data actually shows that the Advantage plan is more efficient - cheaper, but also better care.
Aetna To Leave Illinois Health Insurance Exchange For 2017 – 08/17/16
Article reports on Aetna leaving Illinois’s health insurance marketplace in 2017, quoting Professor Joel Shalowitz on how Aetna may have been the only plan left that some people could afford and included their current doctor.