Kaylene McClanahan is a Doctoral Candidate in Management & Organizations at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Kaylene studies hierarchy, power, and leadership in groups and organizations. She utilizes a multi-method approach to her research by implementing longitudinal studies, organizational surveys, lab experiments, and big data techniques.
Kaylene also serves as a teaching assistant for the Management and Organizations department. She has assisted with Leadership in Organizations, Negotiation Strategies, Leading Diverse Organizations, and Creativity as a Business Tool. In this capacity, she has worked with nine Kellogg faculty members and has assisted in the education of more than 1,000 Kellogg MBA and Executive MBA students. Kaylene will teach Negotiation Strategies in Summer 2019.
**This course was formerly known as MORS 462-B**
Today's global marketplace is more diverse than ever before - on multiple dimensions. Leaders need specific tools & techniques to effectively understand, lead, and leverage others in these increasingly complex, more diverse organizations and markets. This course blends theoretical and practical, evidence-based insights to provide you with proven strategies & frameworks to successfully harness the power of diversity in organizations and markets.