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Our faculty are recognized for their insightful analyses and their ability to push the frontier of thought within their respective academic disciplines and professions. Explore research published by Kellogg Faculty and featured in top-tier peer reviewed journals.
DATE PUBLICATION TITLE FACULTY
June 03, 2021 Fast Company This is the Hidden Cost of Gaining Expertise Loran Nordgren, Derek D. Rucker
June 02, 2021 Forbes Why Belief And Mindset Are So Important For Our Creativity Loran Nordgren
May 31, 2021 Crain’s Chicago Business ‘You cannot fix something you're unwilling to face' Nicholas Pearce
May 30, 2021 CNBC Skip the business books this summer, says leadership expert: These 7 works of fiction will offer fresh perspectives Brooke Vuckovic
May 28, 2021 Crain’s Chicago Business A Movement or a Moment? Nicholas Pearce
May 26, 2021 Forbes To Manage Bias And Shame Like A Pro, Try This Approach Loran Nordgren
May 26, 2021 Forbes How To Negotiate Effectively Jeanne Brett
May 24, 2021 Forbes Diversity Hiring: How To Walk The Walk Ivuoma Onyeador
May 20, 2021 Business Insider The Kellogg School of Management Launched a New Class using Poker to Teach Women Crucial Leadership Skills. A Student Shares What It’s Like. Gail Berger
May 18, 2021 The New York Times Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today Eli J. Finkel
May 14, 2021 Harvard Business Review When You’re Stuck Working with a Slacker Brian Uzzi
May 14, 2021 Chicago Tribune Chicago companies are plotting returns to the office. It won’t be as simple as turning off Zoom. Ned Smith
May 09, 2021 Financial Times Business schools wake up and smell the (ESG) coffee Nicholas Pearce
May 08, 2021 Insider Why highly regarded leaders don't always do the best work — and why they should be critiqued like everybody else Brayden King
May 04, 2021 Fortune Unusual B-school electives and where to find them Brooke Vuckovic
May 03, 2021 Kellogg Insight Why Highly Esteemed Leaders Are Surprisingly Likely to Fumble Their Next Project Nour Kteily
May 03, 2021 Kellogg Insight Why Highly Esteemed Leaders Are Surprisingly Likely to Fumble Their Next Project Brayden King
May 03, 2021 CNN Business Finkel: American politics is like a 'toxic marriage' Eli J. Finkel
April 28, 2021 Kellogg Insight Why Companies Should Engage with Activists Brayden King
April 27, 2021 Forbes Creativity Is A Persistent Endeavor Loran Nordgren

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