Today’s entrepreneur has to understand the emerging marketplace, even if their target is the United States, says Mohanbir Sawhney, the McCormick Tribune Professor of Technology and Director, Center for Research in Technology & Innovation at Kellogg.
In his research and consultation in the technology sector, Professor Sawhney has witnessed the significance an emerging market like India can have in a startup’s success, both as a marketplace as well as a source of development talent for U.S.-based companies. In 2015, Sawhney will offer an innovative new course for Executive MBA students, TechVentures India, that will give students an opportunity to dive deep into the intersection between technology and emerging markets. Continue Reading
Students from Evanston, Miami, and the Kellogg Executive MBA Global Partner Network gathered for a unique immersion at the Evanston campus this past August. Global Network Week (GNW) brought together Kellogg students from across the world and gave them a chance to collaboratively learn from peers in an intensive academic and networking experience.
EMBA students shared their thoughts on GNW and what they learned from their classmates. Continue Reading
To the incoming Miami cohort 101:
Welcome to Kellogg!
If you’re like many of our students, this is far from the beginning of your journey. You’ve traveled from across the United States or even globally to make it to the Miami campus. You’re an established professional, rich in functional expertise. Yet, you will find that at Kellogg, you are not only embarking on a new education, you are about to grow exponentially, both personally and professionally. Continue Reading
Kevin J. Counihan ’02 was named chief executive of the federal health marketplace after a successful run overseeing Connecticut’s execution of the Affordable Healthcare Act.
Learn more about the challenges Counihan faces in his new position and his plan for a better healthcare system in the New York Times feature.
Read the full article here.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge made its way onto the Kellogg campus, and our students and staff responded from across the globe. Our students and senior leadership team took the challenge in true Kellogg spirit.
Watch for a cameo appearance of EMBA Global Network students who made a splash for ALS during Global Network Week on our Evanston campus.
Last week, deans from the Kellogg Executive MBA Global Network met at the WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management campus in Düsseldorf, Germany. Pictured from left: Hongbin Cai (Guanghua), Dezsö J. Horváth (Schulich), Michael Frenkel (WHU), Sally Blount (Kellogg), and Moshe Zviran (Recanati).