How to Stay Engaged All Day, Without Crashing – 08/04/16
Article quotes Professor Kelly Goldsmith on why there is such a poor return from American companies' $10B investment in training programs to boost employee engagement. Part of the problem is that despite significant spending on training, companies may end up doing things that stifle rather than promote engagement.
Are female leaders disadvantaged by media bias? – 07/29/16
Article discusses the disadvantages female leaders face due to gender-charged reporting. Kellogg research is cited, which found that companies which appoint female chief executives and receive a lot of media attention see a decline in their share price.
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Kellogg Adding A Third Video Essay Question – 07/21/16
Interview with Assistant Dean of Admissions Kate Smith highlights Kellogg's new, third video essay question in its full-time 2016-17 application and the six dimensions the admissions team looks for in applicants.
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Best Lessons From The MBA Class of 2016 – 07/20/16
Article discusses lessons learned from recent b-school graduates and quotes Kellogg alumnus Tim Bossidy on how his comfort level with networking increased while at Kellogg.
Illinois Moves To Shut Down Failing Health Insurance Co-op – 07/13/16
Article reports on how Illinois regulators recently took steps to shut down Land of Lincoln Health, a 3-year-old startup that lost $90 million in 2015 and more than $17 million through May 31, and quotes Professor Joel Shalowitz.