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Kellogg INSIGHT
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Monthly audio reports from the Kellogg School of Management that provide ambitious business leaders the research and expertise needed to drive growth.
 
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Kellogg College
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Podcasts from Kellogg College, one of Oxford University's largest and most international graduate colleges.
 
These 13 essays explore the fascinating world of insects all around us. Vernon Kellogg, an eminent entomologist and natural story teller, and his little friend Mary, start by collecting Tarantula Holes and proceed to observe spiders, ant lions, ants, wasps and many other tiny creatures in their daily life. Each creature has a wonderful story and it is told most entertainingly. (Summary by Phil Chenevert)
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you 10 recordings of The Christmas Tree by Anonymous. This was the Weekly Poetry project for December 19, 2010This poem taken from Christmas Entertainments by Alice Maude Kellogg, contianing fancy drills, acrostics, motion songs, tableaux, short plays, recitations in costume for children of five to fifteen years. (from book introduction)
 
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Podcasts from Kellogg College, one of Oxford University's largest and most international graduate colleges.
 
Alaska has only been a state since 1959, and the breathtaking terrain remains mostly unspoiled and natural. In modern times, many of us have had the pleasure of visiting Alaska via a luxurious cruise ship, where we enjoyed gourmet meals, amazing entertainment, and a climate-controlled environment. It's easy to also book a land package that enables you to see more of the country by train.Imagine what it was like to visit the same wild, untamed countryside in 1899. Instead of boarding a sleek, ...
 
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Anne McLaren Lecture 2019, “Can reformed communication save patients from harm?" This year’s Anne McLaren Lecture, “Can reformed communication save patients from harm?”, was delivered by Professor Marie Lindquist, Director of the Uppsala Monitoring Centre, an independent, non-profit foundation and centre for international scientific research, b ...…
 
At some point in our careers, we all question if we’re truly on the right path. But how do you know for sure? Nicholas Pearce, a clinical professor at Kellogg and author of "The Purpose Path," explains how to find your calling, and summon the courage to make it a reality.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
How can design thinking help you create better products, better services, and better solutions? On this episode, Kellogg Clinical Associate Professor David Schonthal, a senior director at IDEO, shares the three simple steps that can let anybody harness their inner designer and get results.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
Harry Kraemer was CEO of Baxter International in 2001, when the company’s products were linked to a string of deaths worldwide. How did he respond? Kraemer, now a clinical professor of strategy at Kellogg, discusses how to make hard choices that align with your internal compass.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
Waiters get mistreated. Call center operators get screamed at. But why do those tense moments sometimes escalate to sabotage? Kellogg Professor Cynthia Wang shares what she discovered—and what companies can do about it.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
Sir Dermot Turing will talk about the origins of Enigma codebreaking at Bletchley Park, the Bombe machine and how it worked. In 1939, six weeks before the outbreak of World War 2, the British codebreakers knew next to nothing about the German military Enigma machine. How was it that, by mid-autumn, they had already designed the Bombe machine wh ...…
 
For those in the rose industry, Valentine's Day is a high-stakes day of commerce. Martin Lariviere explains what the humble rose can teach us about a working supply chain, and the many ways it can go awry.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
Tim Calkins, a clinical professor of marketing and author of "How to Wash a Chicken: Mastering the Business Presentation," shares five tips that will let you conquer the business presentation.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
When we think people are different from us, how do we treat them? The answer to that question can sometimes be a matter of life or death. On this episode of the Kellogg Insight podcast, we hear from Prof. Nour Kteily about his research on social categorization.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
On 22nd May 2018 we heard from Kellogg Bynum Tudor Fellow Lord Bilimoria CBE, the Founder and Chairman of Cobra Beer and Chancellor of the University of Birmingham who delivered the Bynum Tudor Lecture. Lord Bilimoria CBE DL is the founder of Cobra Beer, Chairman of the Cobra Beer Partnership Limited, a Joint Venture with Molson Coors, and Chai ...…
 
Thursday 29th November saw the fifth in our Kellogg Urban Knowledge Exchange series of multidisciplinary seminars, Healthy Cities: 'Is designing healthy communities the right response to an overstretched NHS?' We asked leading voices in the field to share their knowledge, research and pitch their views on the subject. The next seminar “Urban Pl ...…
 
Christopher Day talks about the history of the University of OxfordBy Christopher Day.
 
What can a half century of data can tell us? Northwestern Law's Tonja Jacobi and Kellogg's Jörg Spenkuch share insights from their research.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
Insight offers advice for entrepreneurs on the importance of defining their startup's identity as early in their journey as possible. Then we discuss groundbreaking new research on the ages of successful entrepreneurs.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch, Kt, FBA, FSA, FRHistS, gives the 2018 David Nicholls Lecture, on the theme: 'The Politics of Sex and Gender in Christian History'. Diarmaid Maculloch, Professor of the History of the Church at Oxford, is a distinguished historian, whose many publications include A History of Christianity: The First Three Thousand ...…
 
Here’s how to connect with headhunters, deliver with data, and ensure you don’t plateau professionally.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
Insight talks about mentorship and advice with two professors whose own executive careers were helped by others.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
What Veterans Can Bring to Your Organization: a discussion of how former soldiers make loyal employees and trustworthy CEOs. Insight talks to an Army colonel and two finance professors about the unique qualities former servicemembers bring to the corporate world.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
Insight looks to the NBA for leadership lessons on how to build a successful team, how to manage diversity, and how one NBA team has embraced data analytics to drive decision making across the organization.By Kellogg INSIGHT.
 
Anne McLaren Lecture 2018: Gene Editing in Human Embryos In 2017 Kathy Niakan and her team revealed the role of a fertility “master gene” in one of the world’s first demonstrations of DNA editing in human embryos.The study could help uncover the cause of recurrent miscarriages and lead to more effective fertility treatments. It also raises ethi ...…
 
A multidisciplinary seminar, as part of the Kellogg Urban Knowledge Exchange series Around 1.5 million people are moving into the world’s cities every week. By 2050 there will be an additional 2 billion urban citizens mostly concentrated in developing countries. It places huge demands on infrastructure, housing, services, job creation, climate ...…
 
Most of us spend a lot of time interacting with our coworkers. Being surrounded by the right teams can make long hours and challenging projects a lot more bearable. Getting along with our colleagues can make work fun. In this best-of podcast, Kellogg Insight offers advice on how to make the most of your work relationships.…
 
A multidisciplinary seminar, as part of the Kellogg Urban Knowledge Exchange series. Five leading voices in the fields of architectural history, architecture, heritage research and urban conservation will pitch their views on how the urban landscape might be managed to celebrate and invigorate the built environment of the past in today’s era of ...…
 
Plus: Four questions to consider before becoming a social impact entrepreneur.By Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
 
The first multidisciplinary seminar in the Kellogg Urban Knowledge Exchange series. Why would anyone want a fifty-metre horse in the middle of a shopping centre? Is visibility over-rated? Is it more pleasurable to accidentally turn a corner and discover an artwork?Is it more productive to understand the city itself as a work of art? This semina ...…
 
Baroness Hayto and Betty Webb talk about gender parity in the workplace, sharing their own experiences and exploring what needs to be done to achieve equality across all industries, at all levels, and in all professions. With the World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global Gender Gap Report findings telling us that gender parity is over 200 years away – ...…
 
A recruiter and a retired brigadier general discuss how to recruit and develop high-quality employees.By Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
 
An evening with special guest speakers on the subject of Brexit. Professor Andrew Oswald Professor of Economics and Behavioural Science at Warwick University and Professor Danny Dorling, Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography, Oxford University discuss the impact of Brexit and the implications it will have on the UK.…
 
An evening with special guest speakers on the subject of Brexit. Professor Andrew Oswald Professor of Economics and Behavioural Science at Warwick University and Professor Danny Dorling, Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography, Oxford University discuss the impact of Brexit and the implications it will have on the UK.…
 
Kellogg School marketing professor Derek Rucker discusses his research on power songs and how they might shape the way we behave after we listen to them. Kris Kukul, a Broadway music director and orchestrator, helps us understand how music is crafted in order to elicit an emotional reaction.By Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
 
Ashwin Ram, one of the creators of Amazon Echo, describes how the artificial intelligence device is learning how to understand the ways we speak. Plus, a Kellogg School data scientist describes an algorithm that can identify new social-media hashtags as they emerge.By Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
 
Learn how to most effectively give and receive feedback in the workplace. Then an expert on marriage discusses the ways our relationships can inform our work communications.By Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
 
Professor Andrew Leak, University College London, delivered the 18th David Nicholls Memorial Annual Lecture on 'New' Governors of the Dew at Regent's Park College, Oxford on Monday, 16th October 2017. Professor Andrew Leak, University College London, delivered the 18th David Nicholls Memorial Annual Lecture on 'New' Governors of the Dew at Rege ...…
 
Learn how the science of regret can motivate us to keep connections with friends and colleagues. Then get a practical tool for staying front-of-mind with business connections.By Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
 
The David Nicholls Memorial Lecture - Deity and Domination: Winstanley, Blake, and David Nicholls - a contribution to the understanding of theology and secularity. The David Nicholls Memorial Trust www.dnmt.org.uk was founded in 1997 to commemorate the life and work of Rev Dr David Nicholls, following his death in 1996. David was one of the mos ...…
 
The David Nicholls Memorial Lecture - Deity and Domination: Winstanley, Blake, and David Nicholls - a contribution to the understanding of theology and secularity. The David Nicholls Memorial Trust www.dnmt.org.uk was founded in 1997 to commemorate the life and work of Rev Dr David Nicholls, following his death in 1996. David was one of the mos ...…
 
We look into three questions: How do we know when to trust new information? What can reputable journalists do to convince their audience that they are not, in fact, fake news? And why are people particularly skeptical about institutions these days?By Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
 
Why marketers and journalists benefit from an understanding of how effective lists are designed and deployed.By Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
 
Are you doing everything you can to keep your career on track? Often, the answer is not clear. But a bit of self-reflection can reveal some tendencies that lead promising careers to falter. Carter Cast, a clinical assistant professor of innovation and entrepreneurship at the Kellogg School and author of The Right—and Wrong—Stuff: How Brilliant ...…
 
This month’s podcast provides tips for brands that want to create or manage their sound in a digital world. What should a brand sound like? That can mean a number of things—all of which are important when attempting to engage customers. One component is a company’s audio brand. This ranges from the music used in commercials to the song playing ...…
 
This month’s Insight podcast is an encore broadcast from January 2015 that investigates how to get off to a strong start in the new year. Blake McShane, an associate professor of marketing at the Kellogg School, explains that when faced with paying off multiple debts, those who tackle the smallest debt first are more likely to succeed in paying ...…
 
Kellogg Insight takes a look at how humans can learn to work with machines in decision-making, and how machines can learn to understand us. We talk to three researchers who approach these relationships in exciting ways. Kellogg professor Brian Uzzi studies how machine learning can improve human decision making. David Ferrucci, formerly the prin ...…
 
Kellogg Insight takes a multifaceted look at human-machine trust with four researchers who approach these relationships in different ways. Kellogg professors Adam Waytz and Rima Touré-Tillery look at how designers can build human trust in nonhumans by integrating human characteristics—while avoiding the "uncanny valley" of over-humanization. Br ...…
 
Kellogg Insight talked with two researchers who are starting to find answers by analyzing huge amounts of data. Microsoft’s Duncan Watts explains why we should stop worrying about a tipping point, and Kellogg Professor Dashun Wang discusses how human behavior is more predictable than you might think.…
 
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