The Kellogg School of Management convened its inaugural Kellogg on Growth forum on Nov. 10, bringing together some of the world’s most influential thought leaders to discuss their approach to driving and studying growth at the enterprise, macroeconomic and personal level.
The Kellogg Black Management Association hosted its annual BMA Conference earlier this month. The event was titled “The Balancing Act,” and the day featured conversations with a collection of prominent Kellogg alumni and influential business leaders.
The event was highlighted by a morning conversation between Dean Sally Blount and Jim Reynolds ’82, founder, chairman and CEO of Loop Capital.
In an op-ed published this week in Fortune, Kellogg Dean Sally Blount writes that success is not always about scale and acquisitions. As she says in the piece: “As the world’s population tops 7 billion, and soon 8 and 9, it’s becoming clear that the best performing organizations, and perhaps countries, will be less defined… Continue reading
“We need leaders who fully grasp that markets, while highly efficient, are not fair, kind, or wise.” — Dean Sally Blount ’92 Dean Blount talks about why the world needs MBAs in this piece via Bloomberg Businessweek.