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Siebel Scholars named
Kellogg hosts national Net Impact Conference
Room to write
CEO Perspective Program reveals view from the summit

Kellogg summit reveals leadership keys

New asset management program a Kellogg priority
Central bankers convene for Kellogg workshop
Alumni Newsmakers
EMBA showcase touts advantages for women who pursue Kellogg degree
CMC 'Success Workshops' offer practical advice for interns
Cahill milestone
Birt named director
Guest speakers
Kellogg teams victorious in turnaround competition
Happy Birthday, Mr. Marketing!
In memoriam: Professor Emeritus Lawrence "Gene" Lavengood
Full engagement: the power of the Kellogg Alumni Network
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Guest speakers

A.G. Lafley   "Great leaders create conditions that get people organized to attack problems. They help others learn how to think, exercise judgment and take action," said A.G. Lafley, chairman, president and CEO of Procter & Gamble, during a Sept. 20 presentation at the James L. Allen Center.
Carly Fiorina   "A global company is a battleship, not a jet ski. It takes time to turn it", said Carly Fiorina, former president and CEO of Hewlett-Packard and author of Tough Choices: A Memoir, which details her experiences leading the technology solutions giant. She spoke at Kellogg on Oct. 25
Paul Carothers   "Today's professionals need to regard social responsibility not just as a way to avoid legal liability, but as a vehicle for creating business opportunities," said Paul Carothers, Kraft Foods vice president for global public affairs, during his Oct. 18 visit.
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