Innovation Blog

Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows

"Among the first lessons we learn as children is to play nicely and share. To be included, we must learn to cooperate. Then, in time, the lesson shifts to “the one with the most toys wins.

"Grace and Tom are two of the most effective leaders I know. But both of them have run up against issues with their teams."

"We have been reworking the blog to be a valuable collaboration space and publication platform of, by, and for the Fellows. We’re asking fellows to propose a new title for our blog that reflects the value and purpose of this space. Add your thoughts to the comments section below.

"Did you see your rosters by state and cohort to help you reconnect? They include contact and specialization information so you can connect with old friends and initiate friendships and working relationships with those who live nearby or share your interests.

"In the days of ye olde publishing industry, producing, marketing and selling a book required so much capital that only major organizations could participate. Large print runs were required to achieve economies of scale.

Martha Bidez has recently been named the Director of eLearning and Professional Studies at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). She hopes to build a large portfolio of “continuing education” courses that provide both professional development and personal enrichment.

"Encourage Walking and Walkable Communities by joining Regina Benjamin (KNFP-13), 18th US Surgeon General and Tyler Norris (KNFP-15), Kaiser Permanente in the Everybody Walk! Collaborative, the campaign to get America walking.

Kellogg Fellows' TED Talks

Check out this TED or TEDx talk by one of our fellows or view the full library.

David Hirsch: Why We Need to Break the Cycle of Father Absence

Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?

It’s Too Wonderful to Stop!

“Nothing is too wonderful to be true” – these words of Michael Faraday, a 19th century chemist, describe my glorious and fortunate life. I have been truly overwhelmed with opportunities.