Kellogg in the News

Tastytrade

Bootstrapping in America: Carter Cast of The Right (And Wrong) Stuff – 02/27/18
Program interviews Professor Carter Cast on his career path as well as his recent book about what is truly important for people to succeed.

Poets & Quants

B-School Bulletin – 02/26/18
Bulletin includes republished Kellogg Insight article featuring perspective from Senior Fellow and Adjunct Professor Diane Brink on what it takes to transform your firm. The article discusses the importance of continual transformation for the overall success of the company.

The Wall Street Journal

Apple’s China Lesson: Think Different, But Not Too Different – 02/26/18
Article quotes Professor Tim Calkins about Apple’s recent concessions to the Chinese government, including shifting customer iCloud data to Chinese mainland servers. Calkins said in the article that Apple is far from the only company to make concessions to China, but its choices are vexing considering the brand tests convention.

Bloomberg

Everything is Booming Except for Wages – 02/23/18
Article discusses how even though the economy is booming, inflation has led to negligible increases in wages. The article cites Professor Efraim Benmelech’s research, which states that increased concentration in labor markets and a decrease in the number of employers competing for workers had led to wage suppression.

The Hill

Trump economic report is revisionist history – 02/23/18
Article by Visiting Professor Ben Harris looks back at how Barack Obama dealt with the struggling economy he inherited, setting up the stable and blossoming economy that President Trump was handed.

WTOP

02/23/18
Professor Robert Wolcott was featured in two radio broadcasts, discussing the different emerging philosophies regarding who controls our data, as well as the future of automation in jobs.

Harvard Business Review

Difficult People – 02/22/18
Podcast cites Professor Brian Uzzi’s research he published in 2012 for Harvard Business Review discussing the process of turning a rival into a collaborator.

Predictive ROI

Episode 691: How to Recruit Rockstars, with Jeff Hyman – 02/22/18
Podcast with Adjunct Lecturer Jeff Hyman discusses the best practices to bringing in top-tier talent for your company. Hyman also talks about how to set the proper salary for rockstars, and the potential opportunities that accompany hiring them.

Forbes

How Illinois Universities Power the Chicago Startup Ecosystem – 02/20/18
Article delves into the evolution of Chicago as one of the largest cities for startups and tech. Article credits the surge to the increase in STEM majors at Illinois universities, and cites Kellogg as one of the top two MBA programs in the country, serving as a leader in entrepreneurship.

Forbes

REBBL, And How Magic Can Power Your Brand – 02/20/18
Article by Adjunct Lecturer Paul Earle discusses the concept of brand magic through the lens of Sheryl O’Loughlin, who serves as the CEO of the beverage company REBBL.

Poets & Quants

B-School Bulletin – 02/18/18
Article highlights Professor Bobby Calder’s insights on bridging the gap between sales and marketing. The article cites Calder’s findings that digital offerings like webinars and branded blogs, result in more leads and more sales than in-person, content-marketing events.

Bloomberg

FDA Opens New Path for Alzheimer’s Therapy as Failures Mount – 02/15/18
Article quotes Professor Craig Garthwaite on the implications for health insurers and the government that come with an increased pressure to pay for new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease. Also covered in the Chicago Tribune.

CNN Money

How Taco Bell’s ex-CEO can clean up Chipotle’s mess – 02/15/18
Article quotes Professor Russell Walker on the potential challenges new Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol could face. Walker said Niccol needs to figure out how to get people to spend on a main dish and tack on a side.

Marketplace

Philadelphia makes an economic case for safe injection sites – 02/15/18
Article explains how Philadelphia is inviting private organizations to operate safe injection sites in the city, quoting Professor Craig Garthwaite on how some sites could need housing and injection services for years, which could wipe out savings. “Even if we don’t save money, but we have fewer people dying, it doesn’t just need to show up in cost savings, it can show up in increased longevity and fewer people passing away.”

The Atlantic

Another School Shooting — But Who’s Counting? – 02/14/18

Article on the recent school shooting tragedy in Florida, mentions Professor Adam Pah and how he created one of the most comprehensive existing databases on school shootings from 1990 to 2013. The article said Pah found a correlation between economic distress and school shootings, specifically with unemployment and foreclosure.

Monster

Q&A: Author Jeff Hyman Wants You to Stop Hiring the Wrong People – 02/14/18

Article interviews Adjunct Lecturer Jeff Hyman about the importance of hiring rockstars, even though they may seem too expensive for company budgets.

Crain’s Chicago Business

1871 names first female CEO – 02/13/18
Article announces Kellogg Chief Innovation Officer Betsy Ziegler as the new CEO of the incubator, 1871. Ziegler will serve as the first female CEO of the incubator. Also covered in Built In Chicago, Chicago Inno, The Chicago Sun-Times and The Chicago Tribune.

WTTW

A Closer Look at Trump’s Proposed Medicare, Medicaid Cuts – 02/13/18
Article quotes Professor Amanda Starc on the potential implications of Medicaid cuts. Starc said she disagrees that the cuts will be good for the program and that it will cost states more to enforce the work requirements than it’ll save from the cuts.

Chicago Magazine

Inside the Marriage Lab – 02/12/18

Article spotlights Professor Eli Finkel and his social experiments regarding marriage. Chicago Magazine placed Finkel on the cover of this month’s issue.

Forbes

The Japan That Can Say ‘Yes’ to the Future: Humility, Confidence, Innovation and Robots – 02/12/18
Article by Professor Robert Wolcott argues that despite 30 years of underperformance, Japan has a credible opportunity to be a global leader for the future.