Kellogg in the News

Business Insider

The Kellogg School of Management launched a new accelerated MBA that blends business with technology, and students can complete the program in a little over a year – 09/04/20
Featuring quotes from MBAi Program Director Eric Anderson, article provides in-depth look at Kellogg’s new partnership with the McCormick School of Engineering to offer a 15-month, five-quarter, accelerated joint MBAi.

Dear HBR

Public Sector Careers – 09/03/20
Podcast features Professor and Associate Dean for Leadership Development and Inclusion, Bernie Banks, who discusses how to effect change as a middle manager, switching to the private-sector and boosting the morale of your team.

Fast Company

Working from ‘anywhere’ is possible – but not sustainable – 09/01/20
Article by Professor Hyejin Youn features her research, which indicates that breakthroughs in innovation are best fostered in big cities.


Your Purpose Is At Risk of Being Pointless – 09/01/20
Article references piece written by Professor Sally Blount, which discusses defining an effective purpose statement for your organization and employees.


Fortune’s 40 Under 40 – 09/01/20
Kellogg alumna Cristina Junqueira ’08 was named to Fortune’s 40 under 40 for her efforts launching NuBank, an online Brazilian bank that’s served more than 25 million customers.

Harvard Business Review

Social-Impact Efforts That Create Real Value – 09/01/20
Article features research by Professor Aaron Yoon, which finds that firms that improved on material ESG issues significantly outperformed their competitors.

Marketing Science Institute

2020 MSI Scholars Announced – 08/31/20
Professor Ashlee Humphreys was named to the class of 2020 MSI Scholars, a group of 35 mid-career faculty who are prominent in the marketing space.


Want Your Business To Survive the Pandemic? Facilitate Stories. – 08/30/20
Article by Adjunct Lecturer Esther Choy describes why during Covid-19, listening to customers must come first in order to be successful in storytelling. Article also includes insight from Adjunct Lecturer, Gina Fong.


Meet The MBA Class of 2022: The COVID Cohorts – 08/30/20
Student profile features international 1Y student Roberto Chavez Flores ‘21, on his decision to attend Kellogg and his plans to return to his family business post-MBA.


These Days Everyone Needs To Engage In Design Thinking – 08/28/20
Article references Kellogg Insight article and Professors Leigh Thompson and David Schonthal’s 4-step approach to better design thinking.

HBR Ascend

Managing Loneliness and Anxiety During Quarantine – 08/28/20
Article by Kellogg alumna, entrepreneur and Zell Fellow Brunna Seabra ’20 discusses how she was able to navigate uncertainty in her post-MBA plans during Covid-19 with the help of the Kellogg community.


3 Good Reasons You May Never See A Second Stimulus Check – 08/27/20
Article features research by Professor Scott Baker, concluding that how people spent their stimulus check was based on income and liquidity.

Forbes India

Is Your Company’s Code of Conduct Encouraging … Misconduct? – 08/27/20
Article republished from Kellogg Insight features Professor Maryam Kouchaki’s research that studies what influences employees to comply with a company’s code of conduct.

Crain's Chicago Business

One of Chicago’s challenges now: Repairing its brand – 08/25/20
Article features Professor Tim Calkins who says that repairing Chicago’s reputation will take longer than many people expect.


The Right Way To Democratize Analytics Across and Enterprise – 08/25/20
Article by Professor Joel Shapiro describes how business leaders can ensure analytics are democratized the right way across their organizations.

Business Insider

I'm a professor at Kellogg who studies high-performing employees. Here are 4 signs you're one of them, and how to work with others who aren't. – 08/24/20
Article by Professor Leigh Thompson says that people with high personal work ethic (PWE) work harder, skip socializing, view challenges as competition, and get frustrated with lower-PWE coworkers.

Facebook Research

Announcing the winners of the Economic Impact of Digital Technologies request for proposals – 08/24/20
Professor Sean Higgins received a grant in support of his research, “Digital sales an inventory technology to assess SMBs’ creditworthiness”. The grant is a result of Facebook’s commitment to funding projects measuring the impact of social media and digital technologies on the economy.

Roll Call

Biden Retirement proposal would upend traditional 401(k) plans – 08/24/20
Article quotes KPPI Executive Director and Visiting Professor Benjamin Harris who discusses Presidential Candidate Joe Biden’s retirement proposal and its equalization feature.

Business Insider

3 tips for overcoming self-doubt at work and being more confident – 08/22/20
Article republished from Kellogg Insight features Professor Ellen Taaffe, who offers advice on how to increase your confidence at work.


Just how bad is this economic crisis going to get? – 08/20/20
Article features Professor Carola Frydman who discusses the US economy, saying that the longer unemployment continues, the more permanent it will become.

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