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"Pattern recognition" allows #startup  investors to recognize what has worked or failed for past ventures, according to Professor Linda Darragh. http://trib.al/izcm71R
Venture capitalists who know what has worked (and failed) elsewhere can help move startups beyond their own, often limited view of the world—while heading off problems that could sink the enterprise.
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When only 15 out of 300 US companies have women as CEOS, we need more than women supporting women. http://kell.gg/1CvjLpF  #WomensEqualityDay
Only 15 out of 300 US companies have female CEOS.
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Turn adversaries into allies through redirection, reciprocity and rationality. http://kell.gg/1JcLpnT
Competition changes your brain, and normal methods of conflict resolution don't work. Instead, use these three strategies.
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The #1 predictor of career success according to network science? Being in an open network vs. a closed one. http://kell.gg/1TpbAxz 
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What's in a name? Professor Timothy Calkins looks at Google, Alphabet, and names as fuel for big brand growth. http://kell.gg/1KgDQ0q  #FortuneInsider
Unilever and United Technologies are parent companies over some of America’s most popular brands, and the strategy has helped the companies grow.
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The problem with being inauthentic? It can leave you feeling downright dirty and impure. 
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Kellogg professors David Schonthal and Carter Cast share a list of considerations to keep in mind when scaling a #startup . http://kell.gg/1PHjy44
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“When you start buying stocks on the whim of the government, it’s a recipe for disaster, because it gives the impression that the system is rigged." http://kell.gg/1fIUs8L
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How can the elephant of corporate innovation tango with the gazelle that is the nimble startup? Professor Mohan Sawhney shares 6 rules of engagement. http://kell.gg/1EybmgA 
By Mohan Sawhney  In theory, big companies and nimble startups are a match made in innovation heaven. The strengths of the former — access to capital, established brands, distribution channels, a sales force and the like — are near-perfect complements to the creativity, agility and passion of the latter. It harkens back [...]
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AIG played an iconic role in the 2008 financial crisis. Research from a Kellogg School economist uncovers new truths behind the insurance giant's collapse. http://kell.gg/1J0ewkw
Unpacking the AIG collapse. Learn more from the discoveries of a Kellogg School economist.
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The power of certainty inspires persuasion by encouraging individuals to turn attitudes into action. http://kell.gg/1f8vxet
The more certain people are of their opinions, the more likely they are to act.
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How intrapreneurs can ensure innovation projects get the buy-in they need when they need it.
Proven strategies for intrapreneurs in established firms.
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The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University develops brave leaders who inspire growth in people, organizations and markets. Based just outside of Chicago, the school is a global leader in management education, renowned for its distinctive thought leadership and pioneering approach to learning. Kellogg offers an innovative portfolio of programs: four Full-Time MBA programs including the accelerated One-Year MBA and Two-Year MBA options, and joint degree programs with the engineering and law schools; a Part-Time MBA Program; the premier Executive MBA global network; and extensive non-degree Executive Education programs.