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Think multitasking benefits your productivity? Think again. Juggling too much isn't just tough on the attention span— it's inefficient and demoralizing: http://kell.gg/1oK6Jgn
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How do you do business successfully on a continent as diverse as Africa? Make the global local. GE Africa CFO Thomas Konditi explained how at the Kellogg Africa Business Conference: Navigating Africa on April12: http://kell.gg/1kYuag0 
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Strike! Or was it? How fame and a close game can impact an umpire's call behind the plate. 

Check out our interactive infographic and read more on the research from Kellogg Professor Brayden King: http://kell.gg/1g3F0RT
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“Social media is a way for social activists to bypass traditional media to create a stage for themselves in public.” — Kellogg Professor Brayden King talks the power of social movements in shaping corporate policy. Learn more: http://kell.gg/1ix1Yjb
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Very true. When I created an online fashion magazine for plus size women, the traditional media would not talk about it. Through social media, we were able to gain a large number of followers that brought visibility to the needs of these consumers. 
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Sisters and CEOs Maggie Wilderotter of Frontier Communications and Denise Morrison of Campbell Soup Co spoke with Dean Sally Blount last night as part of the new Brave Leader Series. Hear what they had to say on collaboration, bosses and being a servant CEO: http://kell.gg/1m9eIiD 
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Congratulations to Kellogg Professor Daniel Diermeier on being named a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow! Learn more about the honor and his ongoing research on reputation management.
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How does a startup transition into a viable company? From relationships to brands and projects to products, Kellogg Professor Mohan Sawhney talks about the five crucial phases of every growing startup.
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Can going first in a negotiation actually give you the advantage? Why Kellogg Prof. Leigh Thompson says yes and the three tips that will help you come out on top.
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How do you get what you want and get away with it? Kellogg Professor Ithai Stern stopped by WGN Morning News to discuss five sneaky tactics to influence others.
Ithai Stern, an assistant professor of Management & Organizations at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern, speaks about his research on influencing people.
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Bossy girls. Assertive boys. Men and women are often given different labels for the same actions, but is banning the word enough to end bias? Why Kellogg Professor Karen Cates says the issues are bigger than the word "bossy."
Is it too late to call off the anti-bossy...
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At Kellogg we believe in the transformative power of organizations and markets.

We are an intellectually vibrant, global community. Through our courageous, collaborative spirit, we equip leaders to bring about the change that tomorrow needs today. Our distinctive approach to management education carefully balances the study of organizations with the study of the processes that drive consumer, business and financial markets forward. Here, you will learn the science of management and the art of leadership.
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