Get to know some of Kellogg’s alumni who are bringing bold entrepreneurial visions to life.
The cliché is true, says Chris Motley ’11: Companies tend to hire on skills and fire on fit.
Problem is, during the hiring process, fit is hard to determine and harder to quantify. Fitting in at a company is one of the reasons so many people are unhappy at work, Motley says, citing a Gallup poll that reported two-thirds of employees are not engaged with their jobs.
Better Weekdays hopes to change that dynamic. Founded by Motley in 2012, the career-management platform uses big data and analytics to match job-seeking professionals with candidate-seeking companies, based on compatibility and cultural fit.
Growth is a challenge that every leader and organization confronts. At Kellogg, we develop brave leaders who inspire growth in people, organizations and markets.
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One of the most important questions you should ask yourself as you consider specific graduate schools is this: What type of community would I be joining if I choose to attend that school?
Women’s Preview Day is your opportunity to answer that question and experience Kellogg’s vibrant community first–hand.
This is a friendly reminder that our deadline for Full-Time Round 1 applications is quickly approaching. To be considered for Round 1, please submit all application materials by 5 p.m. (CT) on Wednesday, Sept. 24.
Twitter Vice President of International Operations Shailesh Rao ’99 spoke to the newest class of Kellogg students on Wednesday, Sept. 3, as part of Complete Immersion in Management (CIM) Week. Students tweeted some of Rao’s insights about digital media, possessing a global perspective and choosing your career.
One of the people in the Jacobs Center on Tuesday morning was a major in the Indian Army.
Another was a regular contributor to South Korean television.
One created a nonprofit that builds and donates customized robotic hands to people with disabilities.
And one played in the Women’s Final Four Championship in 2008.
But whether they came from the military, the private sector, academia or professional European basketball, they all have one thing in common — they’re now part of the Kellogg community.