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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
July 29, 2020 Built In Brand Trust is Crucial. So How do you earn it? Kent Grayson
July 28, 2020 Forbes The Right and Wrong Ways To Use ‘What-If’ Analysis Joel K. Shapiro
July 24, 2020 TechCrunch Four steps for drafting and ethical data practices blueprint Joel K. Shapiro
July 09, 2020 CMS Wire 7 Ways to Make Your Data Scientists Happy Joel K. Shapiro
June 30, 2020 Forbes Why Data Analytics’ Small ‘Aha’ Moments Can Have A Big Impact Joel K. Shapiro
June 18, 2020 Poets&Quants Favorite MBA Professors of the Class of 2020 Kent Grayson
May 25, 2020 Chicago Sun Times Chicago’s new normal: When will tourists come back? Kent Grayson
February 18, 2020 Harvard Business Review Are Your Company’s Leaders and Data Scientists on the Same Page? Joel K. Shapiro
December 12, 2019 Forbes To improve customer experience, embrace the outliers in your data Joel K. Shapiro
October 10, 2019 Forbes Data Curiosity: How To Cultivate An Inquisitive Workforce Thomas O'Toole
August 31, 2019 Business Insider Peloton says only 0.65% of its subscribers cancel each month. Here's why customer-retention experts think that number 'doesn't pass the smell test.' Joel K. Shapiro
May 30, 2019 Financial Times The Obstacles that speed and slow our path Dashun Wang, Benjamin F. Jones
May 10, 2019 Forbes Why Poor Data Undermines Our Attempt To Understand The Future Of Work Dashun Wang, Hyejin Youn
May 10, 2019 Forbes Why Poor Data Undermines Our Attempt To Understand The Future Of Work Dashun Wang
April 09, 2019 Chicago Tribune Big data is a big deal: KPMG will use an entire floor of Aon Center to help clients with emerging technologies Brian Uzzi
March 31, 2019 Forbes Women Need To Network Differently To Advance, New Research Suggests Brian Uzzi
March 26, 2019 CNBC.com McDonald’s $300 million deal officially makes it the king of A.I. and fast food—here’s why the move was pure genius Joel K. Shapiro
March 15, 2019 Forbes You Can Expect More Hyper-Personal AI Applications Brian Uzzi
March 10, 2019 Forbes How Not To Get Stuck With All Your Team's Work: When Less Is More Dashun Wang
March 10, 2019 Forbes Why Women Need To Network Differently Than Men To Get Ahead Brian Uzzi

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