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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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Street-smart head start

10/20/06 – Education leader shares entrepreneurial insights with Kellogg students

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Building a better cookie — and customer trust

10/20/06 – Healthier menu options part of Kraft effort to integrate social responsibility into enterprise-wide strategy, says company’s vice president

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Got space?

10/13/06 – Real estate guru Bucksbaum explains today’s trends in property densification and urban retail

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Siebel Scholars named

10/13/06 – Five Kellogg School students named among elite in annual scholarship competition; Kellogg experience drives winners’ desire to make strong professional impact

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Marshaling forces for social good

10/06/06 – Leader from one of the world’s most enduring nonprofits tells Kellogg students how to turn people skills to strategic advantage

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New wrap for packaged goods titan

09/21/06 – Teaching and courage key to effective leadership, which in turn drives critical innovations, says Procter & Gamble CEO; Lafley shares details of firm’s success

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Another year of opportunities

09/18/06 – Kellogg welcomes the Class of 2007’s return, emphasizing the importance of networking and academic planning as these students complete their management education

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Central bankers convene again at Kellogg School

09/12/06 – Weeklong workshop stimulates discussion, exchange of ideas

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Kellogg teams prove victorious in turnaround study competition

09/08/06 – Careful strategic assessment reveals how companies can stay on right path, say Kellogg students

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Northwestern University Receives Gates Grant to Fund Design of Medical Diagnostics for Developing Countries

08/16/06 – Northwestern University has received a four-year, $4.9 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop and produce affordable diagnostic devices for infectious diseases plaguing developing countries. The grant is part of the foundation's Grand Challenges in Global Health initiative.

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Hedge fund experts convene at Kellogg School

08/16/06 – Summit offers insights into evolution of esoteric financial market

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Start high, end high? Not so in auctions such as eBay

08/08/06 – New research suggests lower starting prices can result in higher final sales; findings also explain how and why 'anchor' price dictates sale

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Happy Birthday, Mr. Marketing!

08/08/06 – At 75, Kellogg scholar Philip Kotler still making great contributions to the profession he helped develop, say colleagues who feted him for his diamond jubilee

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In memoriam: Professor Emeritus Lawrence Lavengood

07/13/06 – Beloved Northwestern University and Kellogg School of Management professor and scholar of business history and ethics Lawrence G. Lavengood died July 13.

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EMBA Convocation accents power of team to drive success

06/10/06 – Reflection on accomplishments, responsibility to lead others, among themes defining an afternoon honoring newest Kellogg School executive graduates

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