By Kevin Rasch ’15 (EMP 96) Two things are often said about India. “India is big.” “India is young.” True, it has the second largest population in the world. Also true, approximately half its 1.25 billon people are under 25 years old. But more importantly to my classmates and me, India is poised to become the… Continue reading
Regardless of industry or career goals, getting an MBA serves up one universal benefit for students: momentum. For Madhukar Manpuria, Jürgen Thom and Christoph Behrendt, the momentum they found from the Kellogg-WHU Otto Beisheim Executive MBA Program encouraged them to finally follow their entrepreneurial aspirations and launch a new business.
What do Crocs, TED and Instagram have in common? According to Dr. Liraz Lasry, marketing professor at Recanati Business School, they all are trends that have spread from person to person, without significant interference from marketing. In this TEDx talk, Lasry explain why trends happen, how they influence us and why trends may play a large role… Continue reading
Aude Slama ’11 (KW13) just launched a new business – and she’s never been happier. Based in Boca Raton, Fla., Slama is a recent graduate of the Kellogg-WHU program in Vallendar, Germany. This experience gave her the global expertise, confidence and momentum to launch her own business, Slama Global Search (SGS), a retained global executive… Continue reading
Brazil is a country rich in culture, renewable resources and industry. As students in a new Kellogg executive MBA course are about to discover, Brazil is also rich in consumers. Global Marketplace: Consumer Growth in Brazil is a new emerging markets course that uses Brazil as a case study for emerging markets worldwide. Taught by… Continue reading
This is part 5 in a series about the executive MBA global network course at Schulich School of Business in Toronto, Canada. Read all the stories here On Day 5, students had the option to attend a workshop on company valuation and financial spreadsheets. This session taught students about the formulas used to construct the… Continue reading
This is part 4 in a series about the executive MBA global network course at Schulich School of Business in Toronto, Canada. Read all the stories here On Friday, classes opened with an interactive session that emphasized the interplay between mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and IT. Students were split into three main groups, categorized as a top… Continue reading
This is part 3 in a series about the executive MBA global network course at Schulich School of Business in Toronto, Canada. Read all the stories here Day three featured guest speaker Marshall (Mickey) Cohen, former president and CEO of Molson Companies, Ltd., who served in various appointments in the Canadian government. During the session, Cohen discussed… Continue reading
This is part 2 in a series about the executive MBA global network course at Schulich School of Business in Toronto, Canada. Read all the stories here Day 2 kicked off with Professor Theodore Peridis’s Mergers and Acquisitions introductory session. Peridis began the class by citing examples of reputable companies like Facebook and IBM that have recently merged… Continue reading
Students from across the Kellogg Executive MBA Global Network convened in Toronto at York University – Schulich School of Business Oct. 28 – Nov. 2 to take classes, tour the city and immerse themselves in the local business marketplace.
The inaugural Guanghua-Kellogg class arrived at the program’s Beijing campus on Friday, Sept. 19. The Guanghua School of Management at Peking University is the newest addition to the Kellogg Executive MBA Global Network. So, why is Kellogg so excited about this program? At Kellogg, we think our EMBA graduates will be best equipped to inspire… Continue reading
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… Continue reading