Strategy Mar 7, 2016
You Sent Us Business Haiku, Here Are Our Favorites
Kellogg Insight readers joined faculty in turning business wisdom into poetry.
Kellogg Insight recently asked Kellogg School strategy faculty to offer their favorite pieces of business strategy advice in haiku form.
Then we asked you, our readers, to let business be your muse. We received dozens of your haiku via Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and our own comments section.
With a hearty thank you to all of our contributors, here are six of our favorites. Enjoy.
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