Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, USA
Kellogg School of Management
The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University is a premier institution for management education. Founded in 1908 near Chicago, Illinois, USA, it is a different voice in management education - one that believes brave leaders inspire growth in people, organizations, and markets. Forty years ago it pioneered teamwork and collaborative models that transformed business education; today it continues to educate, equip and inspire students who will become leaders in the Collaboration Economy. Its faculty are recognized thought leaders whose teaching and research transforms how the world thinks about the challenges affecting business and society. Kellogg School of Management’s global community, made up of 54,000 alumni that lead top organizations, embraces diverse perspectives as an essential part of learning and success.
Kellogg case collection
The Kellogg case collection contains more than six hundred cases and related teaching notes, technical notes, and supplementary materials. All Kellogg cases are taught in the classroom before being added to the collection. As a result, they create dynamic and effective opportunities for students to understand and apply theories and frameworks, analyze complex situations, evaluate options, and formulate innovative solutions.