Kellogg News

Gil Penchina ’97, a successful angel investor, advises students on getting the most out of their Kellogg education

With all-time highs in female enrollment and GMAT scores, the incoming class begins its tenure

After a frustrating bout with his own property tax appeal, Badal Shah co-founded TurboAppeal, a fast-growing, data-driven solution to help appeal your taxes.

Trilliant’s global head of marketing talks growth and the Internet of Things

Dean Blount White House visit, record-setting class profile, and ranking in female founder study underscore Kellogg’s commitment to advancing opportunities for women

News & Events

KIN Global 2014 was held May 28-30.

KIN Global 2014

Videos: KIN Global 2014

Learn how experts handle scale and growth in this video gallery from KIN Global 2014


7/18/2014 - It’s one thing to implement a pilot. It’s another to scale. At KIN Global 2014, new initiative Change@Scale will help practitioners reach that second goal.

Speakers shared insights from Kellogg, GE, IBM, Hyatt, Mead Johnson, Anglo American, Zurich, Novo Nordisk, Grupo Nutresa and other places about creating change at scale. Attendees also heard from people innovating for the greater good at the Vatican, The Kitchen Community, Project Frog, 1871, Impact Engine and Rootstrikers.

Flip through a video gallery of faculty and practitioner insights from KIN Global 2014

Dean Sally Blount '92
Kellogg's dean talks about how business education in general and Kellogg in particular are transforming.


Ann Hand '99, Sustainable Building at Scale
CEO Hand talks about how her Project Frog is shaking up how the construction industry builds.



Rey Ramsey, Leading Broad Based Change
TechNet CEO Ramsey talks about how change and scale apply to social justice.


Prof. Larry Lessig, Democracy at Scale
Harvard law professor Lessig talks about the internal dangers to American democracy. 


Fans at Scale with Kristian Bush and Ted Wright
Business insights can come from many places, including from the band Sugarland.