Kellogg School of Management
When it's cheaper to change product prices, companies benefit—and so do their suppliers, new research shows
Narrow the scope of your brainstorming sessions. And find the right champion for your project
All too often, these programs are ineffective and short-lived. But they don't have to be
Former DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman shares her advice on establishing credibility—in a crisis, and throughout your career.
Previous efforts to provide farmers with guidance fell short. But this venture went further.
Four tips for tackling the unique challenges of entrepreneurship through acquisition.
From a "pre-flight checklist" to handwritten thank-you notes, here's how to sell both your products and your ideas via video.
New research suggests that there's a population tipping point for supporting a booming tech industry
Here's why that trip to Disneyland—or to the dentist—seems to take ages, but the return trip feels much faster.
Lower debt, diversified portfolios, and longer-term horizons may be shielding family firms from the existential threats facing many other businesses