Our esteemed faculty members are teachers, authors, researchers, consultants and experienced practitioners. They are experts in innovation, collaboration, entrepreneurship, organizational change and core business disciplines.
Faculty Expertise Across Disciplines
Like the students they teach, Kellogg faculty members represent an incredible set of diverse intellectual interests, international backgrounds and life experiences. They are at the forefront of their disciplines, grounded in the realities of business and management. They are also highly sought after as advisers to corporations and governments on some of the world’s toughest business and social issues.
JAMES FARLEY/BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON PROFESSOR OF MARKETING STRATEGY; FACULTY DIRECTOR, KELLOGG MARKETS AND CUSTOMERS INITIATIVE
“The customer perspective has simply become too important to be relegated to one function [like marketing]. Indeed, it is increasingly central to the leadership of the firm, strategy and customer engagement. This change will reshape how organizations are led, allowing them to be more agile and innovative.”
IBM PROFESSOR OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
“The most successful supply chains are those which really align the structure of the supply chain with what the customer wants. Any time you can achieve that alignment, you are providing the customer what they want — often at the lowest possible cost to yourself.”
TOKAI BANK DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
“I hear people say we need to educate the consumer. Education is for universities. You have to understand the consumer.”