The Kellogg School of Management (The Kellogg School or Kellogg) is the business school of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, with additional campuses in downtown Chicago, Illinois and Miami, Florida. Kellogg offers full-time, part-time, and executive programs, and partners with schools in China, France/Singapore, India, Spain, Hong Kong, Israel, Germany, Canada, and Thailand. Degrees granted include the Master of Business Administration (MBA), Ph.D. programs in several fields, an MBA-JD, and MMM Program, a MBA + MDI dual degree. The MDI degree replaces the MEM degree within the MMM program.

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  • Three Ways Industry Can Help Advance the Emerging Field of Computational Social Science
    • The annual International Conference on Computational Social Science, hosted by the Kellogg School of Management in 2016, convenes interdisciplinary researchers to discover, discuss, and collaborate at the intersection of data science and social science. This global event hosts academics, industry leaders, activists and government officials alike to showcase new data science techniques and new bu...
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  • Betsy Ziegler: 'Think big, start small, scale fast'
    Kellogg School of Management’s Chief Innovation Officer, Betsy Ziegler, spoke at the 2015 AACSB Accreditation Conference in a plenary titled Innovation and Collaboration: The Future of Business Education. To succeed in the future, she says, business schools will need to listen harder to the market and be willing to learn, adapt and engage differently today. The most successful schools will be pro...
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  • Betsy Ziegler on the Rise of the Credential
    Kellogg School of Management’s Chief Innovation Officer, Betsy Ziegler, spoke at the 2015 AACSB Accreditation Conference in a plenary titled Innovation and Collaboration: The Future of Business Education. In this clip, Betsy discusses the impact of the credential in the MBA market. She was joined by Poets & Quants editor John Byrne for this talk.
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  • Betsy Ziegler on the Importance of Face-to-Face Education
    Kellogg School of Management’s Chief Innovation Officer, Betsy Ziegler, spoke at the 2015 AACSB Accreditation Conference in a plenary titled Innovation and Collaboration: The Future of Business Education. Face to face education is critically important, she says. The best way to learn to communicate, influence and debate is in a live session with talented peers and faculty. Betsy was joined by Poe...
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  • Innovation and Collaboration: The Future of Business Education
    Kellogg School of Management’s Chief Innovation Officer, Betsy Ziegler, spoke at the 2015 AACSB Accreditation Conference in a plenary titled Innovation and Collaboration: The Future of Business Education. The demand for education broadly has never been higher, and business education continues to dominate the student choice, she says. Betsy was joined by Poets & Quants editor John Byrne for this t...
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  • Innovation and Collaboration: The Future of Business Education
    While student and employer demand for MBAs continues to be strong, interest in online and blended learning and growth in credentials are challenging long-held notions about the value of a traditional degree. What should business school leaders be thinking about and doing in light of this changing landscape? View the LinkedIn Pulse article accompanying this presentation here: https://www.linkedin...
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  • WHAT IS COMPUTATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE?
    • The annual International Conference on Computational Social Science, hosted by the Kellogg School of Management in 2016, convenes interdisciplinary researchers to discover, discuss, and collaborate at the intersection of data science and social science. This global event hosts academics, industry leaders, activists and government officials alike to showcase new data science techniques and new bu...
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  • The Global Hub: From Vision to Reality
    Watch the new Global Hub at the Kellogg School of Management take shape. Learn more about the 415,000-square foot Kellogg School of Management Global Hub, located on Northwestern University's Evanston campus. The Global Hub will inspire the next generation of business leaders by supporting new forms of learning and community building through a combination of the physical and virtual in unprecede...
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  • Kellogg: Social Impact Days
    Social Impact Days at Kellogg brings together impact-interested incoming students before the activities of KWEST trips, pre-term, and CIM Week even begin. 100 incoming students gather over the span of three days to engage with classmates, faculty and staff and dive right into the excitement and potential of impact and human-centered design innovation with their new classmates.
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  • Social Impact at Kellogg School: Exelon Sustainability Seminar Series
    This webinar serves as a continuation of the Kellogg School's Net Impact and Energy Clubs' popular Exelon Sustainability Seminar Series. The student groups hosted Malcolm Preston, Global Sustainability Leader at PwC to discuss the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. Headquartered in London, Preston leads a group of 800+ consultants, serving two main client types: global Fortune 500 CEO...
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  • Social Impact at Kellogg School: Lavin Bernick Executive Chat with Shannon Schuyler
    The Lavin Bernick Executive Chats are an exciting way to engage with executives and civic leaders during an intimate conversation about leadership. This session features Shannon Schuyler, Principal with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PWC), and the firm's Chief Purpose Officer and Corporate Responsibility (CR) Leader. Schuyler is also the President of the PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc. Schuyler...
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  • Avoiding 3 Career Derailers by Trusting Differently | Northwestern University
    "The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Managment Avoiding 3 Career Derailers by Trusting Differently Why do talented people not achieve the levels they should in their career? Cast’s perspective points to five key career derailers with three of the five involving trust issues -- interpersonal issues, difficulty building teams and not delivering on promises. He finds t...
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  • How Culture Impacts Financial Markets in the Absence of Trust | Northwestern University
    "The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management How Culture Impacts Financial Markets in the Absence of Trust There are remarkable differences in levels of trust across countries, with northern European countries being very high on the trust scale and some Latin American countries being at the bottom of the distribution. But where does this trust come from and what ...
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  • Trust and Economic Prosperity: A Finance Perspective | Northwestern University
    "The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Managment Trust and Economic Prosperity: A Finance Perspective A fundamental aspect of finance is credit, and credit comes from the Latin word ‘credere’, which means to trust. Virtually every commercial transaction has in itself an element of trust, and research shows a remarkable correlation between communities that tend to exhi...
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  • 3 Papers Exploring Trust and Financial Transactions: Key Findings | Northwestern University
    The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management 3 Papers Exploring Trust and Financial Transactions: Key Findings Italy was the first place where trust was studied by sociology, so when economists wanted to study the relationship between trust and financial transactions, they started in Italy. Research shows that in areas where there is limited social capital and lit...
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  • How Cultures Can Influence Whether Negotiators Cooperate | Northwestern University
    The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management How Cultures Can Influence Whether Negotiators Cooperate: Key Findings What do film crews teach us about trust? In the United States, which is classified as a ‘loose culture’ defined by low levels of social sanctions and high levels of trust, taking the initiative creates synergy. The trust you express is reciprocated, ...
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  • Negotiating Across Cultures Depends on Trust | Northwestern University
    The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management Negotiating Across Cultures Depends on Trust: A Psychologist’s Perspective Negotiators who trust use a vulnerable sharing strategy that allows them to develop swift trust and negotiate high-quality agreements, but what allows negotiating parties to show the vulnerability that builds swift trust? Research suggests that c...
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  • Renewing Expo Chicago through Interpersonal Trust
    The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management Expo Trust is at the core of every transaction and serves as the foundation for a solid reputation. For EXPO CHICAGO, which convenes 140 art galleries from 17 countries and 43 cities for 5 days, building and maintaining relationships among stakeholders has been key to its revitalization and ongoing success. For more i...
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  • Why We Need Trust in Negotiations | Northwestern University
    The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management Part 1 / Signaling Trustworthiness (0:00) Establishing trust in negotiations depends on each side showing an element of vulnerability. In cultures defined by a high level of trust, becoming vulnerable by revealing what is important happens quickly and creates reciprocity allowing an agreement to emerge based on each part...
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  • If You’re Getting Ripped Off, It’s Not Surprising | Northwestern University
    The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management A hallmark of successful economies is that they exhibit a high level of trust. You can generally assume, even without a formal contract, that you won't be take advantage of. You might also assume that the U.S. economy is one to be trusted, but a history of corporate misdeeds signals caution for the consumer. Join the c...
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  • The Nature of Trust: A Philosopher’s Perspective | Northwestern University
    The Trust Project at Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management Philosophers are interested in the nature, rationality, and ethics of trust. Each category is highly debated and raises thorny questions. For example, most philosophers believe that trust is a kind of reliance on another person that, when violated, provokes not only disappointment but a feeling of betrayal. But why? And,...

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