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Finance & Accounting

SPACs: What You Don’t Understand Can Cost You Money

A Kellogg professor offers his perspective on why these investment vehicles can be losing propositions for many casual investors.

Economics

When a Bunch of Economists Look at the Same Data, Do They All See It the Same Way?

Not at all, according to a recent study, which showed just how much noise can be introduced by researchers’ unique analytical approaches.

Marketing

Does Distance Make the Consumer’s Heart Grow Fonder?

New research finds that how far we’re standing from a product changes what we think of it.

Finance & Accounting

Take 5: What Good Does It Do a Company to Do Good?

Kellogg faculty look at how ESG initiatives are received by investors, customers, and employees.

Leadership

Podcast: How to Lead During Difficult Times

The good news is you may already have the skills you need. On this episode of The Insightful Leader, we’ll learn about doubling down on that expertise to help your team through a crisis.

Data Analytics

Podcast: Why You Need a Working Knowledge of AI

Business leaders can’t rely solely on data scientists to get the job done. Learn more on this episode of The Insightful Leader.

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Data Analytics

Do People Really Understand Your Data Visualizations?

Many data viz gurus advocate for decluttering graphs and focusing on specific info. Do those techniques actually help your audience?

Economics

Top Economic Concerns for 2022

Growth continues, but risks abound.

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Organizations

3 Tips for Taking Your Family Business Public

Navigate this decision carefully, and you could have the best of both worlds.

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Organizations

Working Parents Feel Pulled in Two Directions. What Does This Mean for Companies?

A new study looks at what happens when parental and professional identities collide.

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Careers

Mulling a Career Pivot? 3 Things to Consider

Knowing your own motivations can help you successfully transition to a new role or industry.

Marketing

The Internet Is Awash in Positive Product Ratings. Here’s How to Decipher the Good from the Great.

Forget stars and numeric ratings: a review’s language offers better clues to a product’s quality and likely success.

Economics

Can Larger Loans Help Small Firms Grow?

Sometimes. But it turns out that lenders are bad at figuring out which businesses will benefit.

Leadership

Podcast: Businesses Can Slow Climate Change. Here’s How.

Individual actions won’t be enough to slow global warming. On this episode of The Insightful Leader, learn how companies—and the people who lead them—need to get involved.

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Marketing

How You Can Make a More Positive Social Impact

A 3-step guide to becoming a more thoughtful consumer and donor.

Podcast: The Art of Giving Good Feedback

On this episode of The Insightful Leader: how to talk so that your team (and boss) will listen.

Data Analytics

4 Phases of Analytics Evolution: From Spreadsheets to AI Workbenches

What lies ahead for business leaders looking to incorporate data analytics?

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Organizations

When It Comes to Morally Dubious Behavior, Do Startups Get a Pass?

Transgressions, such as treating workers badly, resonate differently when it’s a startup versus an established company.

Policy

The Health Department Gave Your Favorite Restaurant an 85. What on Earth Does That Mean?

Regulators should consider tweaking their scoring systems to make food-safety ratings more informative.

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