Harvard Business Review
How Automation Will Change Work, Purpose and Meaning – 01/11/18
Article by Professor Robert Wolcott argues that the increase in automation will lead to humans being compelled to find new roles that aren’t tied to how we conceive work today. Wolcott said with automation taking over jobs, it will allow hums to ascend to the realm of action rather than labor.
Poets & Quants
What I learned in my first year at Kellogg – 01/09/18
Article by former U.S. Marine and Kellogg second year George Eggers highlights his first year at Kellogg, elaborating on the importance of self-reflection as well as Kellogg’s unique thought leadership and distinct programs.
Crain’s Chicago Business
This is how women are really faring in Chicago tech – 01/05/18
Article examines how women are starting to fare in the bro-dominated worlds of tech and startups, highlighting how five out of eight teams in last year's venture challenge at Kellogg included female founders, up from three of 11 teams a year earlier.
New York Times
There’s More to Naming a Company After Yourself Than Ego – 01/05/18
Article discusses how one of the great challenges for entrepreneurs who name their companies after themselves is serving their customers while expanding their business, quoting Professor Tim Calkins, “It’s always very tempting to name a company after yourself – It is simple. It is honest. And for a lot of entrepreneurs, when they’re starting a new business, it’s the place to start.”
Poets & Quants
B-Schools Predict What Awaits In 2018 – 01/05/18
Article examines what various business school professors said about the new year and what it holds for business education, highlighting Professor Brian Uzzi and Professor Tom Hubbard who explain that the transformative effect of machine learning and artificial intelligence on business in partnership with humans will continue to accelerate.