1. Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary PLUS program.

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    Garrett-Evangelical and Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management partnered to create PLUS, a leading executive training program for clerical leaders. Garrett, a 160-year-old Midwestern seminary with an ecumenical and international reach, wanted us to help their students and leaders tell the PLUS story.

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    • Intellectual Property's Role in Innovation

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      Protecting innovations from competitors can be a valuable asset to an organization. In this clip, Tom talks about why IP is important and how it can affect your company during the innovation process.

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      • Innovation In Unlikely Places

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        When thinking of innovative companies, many executives think of the Googles, Apples, and Nikes of the world (which they are, of course). In this clip, Tom talks briefly about innovation in sectors you wouldn't normally think of and encourages entrepreneurs and senior managers to think about the importance of innovation regardless of the product or industry you're in. KI is a sector-agnostic innovation management consultancy helping companies from all over the world develop new products, services, and business models. Visit us at www.kuczmarski.com to learn more.

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        • Content Strategy

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          The Nequity team is joined by Professor John Lavine of Northwestern University. Professor Lavine is the Director of the Media Management Center and Dean Emeritus at the Medill School of Journalism and Integrated Marketing. In this hangout with Nequity Partners, Professor Lavine discusses how content management will shape organizations of the future. Additionally, he introduces some major changes in online education and the role that MOOCs, similar to those offered by Northwestern (and hosted by Coursera) will have on the way professionals continue their education.

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          • Kellogg School of Management Executive Education - "Creating and Leading a Culture of Innovation" with Tom Kuczmarski (3 min)

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            This video was recorded at Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management on March 19, 2014 during a 3-day Executive Education Program entitled "Creating and Leading a Culture of Innovation." The senior executives in attendance came from all over the country and the world to hear Tom's expertise on cultivating an innovation mindset, instilling the right culture, and best practices on his systematic innovation process. This selection from Tom's longer keynote lecture addresses how companies wanting to be mimic innovative organizations like Google and Apple can actually hinder their own business' growth. It also touches the importance of cross-functional innovation teams and dedicating the right resources when compared to projected revenue from innovation.

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            • The 9th Annual Kellogg Career Symposium

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              The 9th Annual Kellogg School of Management DFW Alumni Career Symposium. Over 250 attendees learned about farthing their careers, leadership and entrepreneurship.

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              • Kellogg Breaks Ground on New Building

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                Full coverage: http://bit.ly/1gRHHHd

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                • Launching Chicago's Entrepreneurs

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                  July 15, 2013 presentation and discussion with Linda Darragh, Executive Director, Kellogg Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative (KIEI) at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and Mike Moyer, Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship at Chicago Booth School of Business. Hosted by the Chicago University Booth School of Business Entrepreneurial Roundtable alumni group and the Kellogg School of Management Kellogg Alumni Club of Chicago (KACC) at Calamos Investments Building, City Gate Grille Plaza Level, Naperville, IL. Future events and videos at – GSBER.ClubExpress.com When you're hungry for great food, great wine and nothing stuffy- CityGateGrille.com Video by Stone Cliff Productions, Inc. - StoneCliffProductions.com What is the current state of entrepreneurship in our area? How have our leading academic institutions marshaled their resources to accelerate new business development? What can all interested parties in both the public and private sectors and just plain citizens/consumers contribute towards progress? Join us for a knowledgeable discussion with experts who dedicated their careers to help develop a dynamic new business environment in our area. In addition to welcoming audience dialogue for your perceptions on labors in this vineyard, they are well positioned to address topics such as: Support for start-ups and subsequent stages of the business life cycle. The local equity/debt capital ecosystem, from angels to banks. Innovation across industry sectors, noting the area high technology presence. Commercialization of university discoveries. Linda Darragh, Executive Director (KIEI), oversees one of Kellogg’s four thought leadership initiatives and has already revised curriculum and increased the engagement opportunities for students and alumni with respect to entrepreneurship. Linda serves on the boards of the Chicagoland Entrepreneurial Center/1871, TiE Midwest and ACCION Chicago. Ms. Darragh also co-founded Impact Engine, an accelerator program that supports for-profit businesses making the world a better place. Prior to joining the Kellogg faculty, Ms. Darragh served as the director of entrepreneurship program at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Darragh received a Master's degree from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor's degree from Queen's University. Mike Moyer is an entrepreneur who has started six companies and also held a number of senior level marketing positions at service and consumer product firms. The author of several books; “How to Make Colleges Want You”, “College Peas”, Trade Show Samurai”, and “Slicing Pie” (on dividing up equity in early-stage companies). Moyer has taught entrepreneurship at both Northwestern and Chicago Booth and is a past winner of Booth’s New Venture Challenge. Mr. Moyer earned his BA from the University of Kansas, MS from Northwestern University, and MBA from the University of Chicago.

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                  • Kellogg School of Management - LipDub 2013 - Owl City - Good Time

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                    From writing to filming in three weeks, MBA students at the Kellogg School of Management produced Kellogg's third annual LipDub to Owl City's "Good Time." The entirely student-led effort included a cast of nearly a 100 students. The cast learned their parts, rehearsed, and were filmed as a single, continuous shot in less than 3.5 hours on a Sunday afternoon -- only happens at Kellogg! We don't even have to try, it's always a good time...

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                    • Defending Your Brand: How Smart Companies Use Defensive Strategy to Deal with Competitive Attacks

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                      January 21, 2013 presentation by Tim Calkins, Clinical Professor of Marketing, Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management and Managing Director of Class 5 Consulting. Professor Calkins is also author of the books "Defending Your Brand: How Smart Companies Use Defensive Strategy to Deal with Competitive Attacks" and "Breakthrough Marketing Plans". Mr. Calkins is co-editor of “Kellogg on Branding”. Jointly hosted by the Chicago University Booth School of Business Entrepreneurial Roundtable alumni group and Northwestern University's Kellogg Alumni Group Chicago-West at Calamos Investments Building, Naperville, IL. Future events and videos at - EntrepreneurialRoundtable.com When you're hungry for great food, great wine and nothing stuffy- CityGateGrille.com Video by Stone Cliff Productions, Inc. - StoneCliffProductions.com Hear award-winning Kellogg professor Tim Calkins delve into the shadowy world of defensive strategy, talking about his new book "Defending Your Brand: How Smart Companies Use Defensive Strategy to Deal with Competitive Attacks". He will discuss why successful companies need to have a defensive strategy, must be looking out for competitive threats, and should be prepared to defend their brand. We live in a world of intense competition; companies face threats from all parts of the globe. The more profitable your business, the greater the chance you will soon encounter a new competitor. It doesn't matter whether you're running a plumbing business, promoting a brand of deodorant, operating a neighborhood restaurant, or leading a small charitable organization or church. Anyone responsible for managing an enterprise has to think about defense, because the world is full of competition, and with the rise of globalization, competition is only going to increase. In discussing his insights from "Defending Your Brand", Tim Calkins will review why defensive strategy is so important, how to understand and evaluate competitive threats, and how to develop an effective defense plan. He will explore why companies so often fail to react when new competitors appear. He will also discuss why innovators also need to understand defensive strategies. Before introducing a new product, it is important to think about how the existing players will respond and then revise your launch plan accordingly. Professor of marketing at the Kellogg School of Management, Tim Calkins is co-director of brand program at Kellogg. He has received numerous awards including the top teaching awards at Kellogg and the Top Professor Award of the Executive MBA program in 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

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