Okay, I must admit that I truly love teaching at Kellogg! The opportunity to focus on values-based leadership and have a small impact on the next generation of men and women that will lead institutions (large and small, for profit and not-for-profit, public and private, domestic and global) is something that I hope I can continue to do for the next 20 years. It is a true blessing! 🙏
One of the aspects that I most enjoy is the variety of teaching in all of the programs (full time MBA, part time MBA, the Executive MBA programs in Chicago, Miami and Hong Kong, as well as the executive non-degree classes at the Allen Center in Evanston!!)
I just finished teaching my class on “Leading a Global Company” last night to KH25 in Asia. I taught the three-day class over Zoom from 8:00PM to 3:00AM Eastern Time each night. Instead of being tired though, I couldn’t wait for each class to start. Some of the executives were present in Hong Kong at HKUST and others Zoomed in from all over Asia, including China, Taiwan, South Korea, Malaysia, Australia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. I definitely learned as much from them as they learned from me regarding how to lead a global organization!
Here are a few pictures of the class:
Upward and onward! 😀
Thank you for moderating last week’ “Kellogg Legends: A Conversation with Professor Emeritus Alfred Rappaport.”