Kellogg INSIGHTAuthor: Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University
20 May 2019

Kellogg INSIGHT

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Monthly audio reports from the Kellogg School of Management that provide ambitious business leaders the research and expertise needed to drive growth.

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    Let Your Purpose Guide Your Career

    At some point in our careers, we all question if we’re truly on the right path. But how do you know for sure? Nicholas Pearce, a clinical professor at Kellogg and author of "The Purpose Path," explains how to find your calling, and summon the courage to make it a reality.

  • Posted on 13 May 2019

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    Unleash Your Inner Designer

    How can design thinking help you create better products, better services, and better solutions? On this episode, Kellogg Clinical Associate Professor David Schonthal, a senior director at IDEO, shares the three simple steps that can let anybody harness their inner designer and get results.

  • Posted on 22 Apr 2019

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    Great Leaders Ask, "What Really Matters?"

    Harry Kraemer was CEO of Baxter International in 2001, when the company’s products were linked to a string of deaths worldwide. How did he respond? Kraemer, now a clinical professor of strategy at Kellogg, discusses how to make hard choices that align with your internal compass.

  • Posted on 22 Mar 2019

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    Revenge of the Customer Service Rep

    Waiters get mistreated. Call center operators get screamed at. But why do those tense moments sometimes escalate to sabotage? Kellogg Professor Cynthia Wang shares what she discovered—and what companies can do about it.

  • Posted on 07 Mar 2019

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    How Do Those Valentine’s Day Roses End Up in Your Bouquet? It’s Complicated.

    For those in the rose industry, Valentine's Day is a high-stakes day of commerce. Martin Lariviere explains what the humble rose can teach us about a working supply chain, and the many ways it can go awry.

  • Posted on 13 Feb 2019

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