Kellogg News

Professor Leigh Thompson (left) teaches Negotiating in a Virtual World, a new course beginning in Spring 2019. Students will master the skills of successful negotiation and become proficient in virtual communication.

Kathleen Hagerty named interim dean

Kellogg launches 12 new courses on evolving global business trends

New courses provide an immersive, analytical look into some of today’s most pressing global business issues.

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Kirsten Thorne

Chevron executive talks ethics and energy during Kellogg visit

11/17/09 – Social Enterprise series gives students a look at complexities facing today’s leaders

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Derek Rucker

Kindling the gift-giving spirit

11/16/09 – Professor Derek Rucker finds that connecting through emotions might be the key to advertising this holiday season

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Joel Shalowitz

Billing errors a costly drag on health system

11/13/09 – New Kellogg research finds that reforms could save a half-billion dollars annually

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Northwestern selects site for new Kellogg building

11/11/09 – Timing, design will depend upon fundraising efforts, which are now underway

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Gordon Segal

Designing a strong business

11/09/09 – Crate and Barrel founder Gordon Segal ’60: ‘You have to bring design to people at a price that makes sense’

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Stephen Quazzo

‘We all have to adapt to change’

11/06/09 – Communication with stakeholders is critical in weathering the economic downtown, Transwestern CEO Stephen Quazzo says

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Solving a summer-school conundrum

11/05/09 – A Kellogg case competition seeks to scale a successful summer education program for underserved youth

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MacEachern Symposium

Government and medicine: A healthy relationship?

11/04/09 – While the White House chips away at healthcare reform, the role of government in medical technology takes center stage at the MacEachern Symposium

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Elizabeth Gore

‘Nothing But Nets’

10/30/09 – Elizabeth Gore of the United Nations Foundation shares the unexpected lessons from a marketing campaign

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Myron Scholes

Flexibility: The key to a better financial system

10/29/09 – Nobel Prize-winning economist Myron Scholes shares his views on the systemic factors that contributed to the financial meltdown

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Making an impact

10/27/09 – Hundreds pitched in to make this year’s Kellogg Cares volunteer event the largest to date

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Adam Galinsky

Cleanliness is next to godliness

10/26/09 – New research by Kellogg Professor Adam Galinsky shows that clean smells unconsciously promote moral behavior

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GIM papers go online

10/26/09 – A new Web site showcases student research on an international scale

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Northwestern University announces JD-MBA professorship

10/23/09 – A $3 million gift from the General Dynamic Corporation honors retired CEO and Northwestern alumnus Nicholas D. Chabraja

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Yousef Al Otaiba

A history lesson

10/22/09 – The United Arab Emirates safeguards its economy with a diverse investment portfolio, says Ambassador Yousef Al Otaiba

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Jonathan Greenblatt

‘A transformational approach’

10/20/09 – The Innovating Social Change Conference explores nontraditional methods for inciting social change

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Paola Sapienza

Trust in stock market stabilizes

10/19/09 – The latest findings of the Financial Trust Index indicate that Americans are slowly regaining confidence in financial institutions

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Why the market went south

10/16/09 – Kellogg finance professor Sergio Rebelo dissects the economic downturn

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The effects of health on wealth

10/15/09 – People who are near retirement but lack insurance put up to 50 percent of their household assets at risk, Professor David Dranove says

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