Author Archives: Mir Khalid Ali

Kraemer’s 4 Values Can Elevate Your Business Results (Article)

Author, speaker, and executive coach Leanne Hoagland-Smith recently wrote about Harry’s book, “From Values to Action: The Four Principles of Values-Based Leadership,” in her weekly column in the Chicago Post-Tribune: “From books we have the opportunity to learn and synthesize new knowledge. In the book, “From Values to Action: The Four Principles of Values-Based Leadership,” by Harry Kraemer Jr., the

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Nobel Foundation’s Lars Heikensten: Dealing with Crises (Article)

A Financial Times article, Nobel Foundation’s Lars Heikensten: Dealing with Crises dated July 1, 2018, which discusses how to deal with organizational infighting, quotes Harry who sets out four rules for leaders: Set clear expectations about how the team will operate; the leader must communicate these expectations repeatedly; everyone should be held accountable for their actions, and there must be clear consequences for

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Mindfulness in Practice (Event)

Join Harry and other leaders and practitioners of mindfulness to hear how they utilize mindfulness in their day-to-day lives. Mindfulness training is becoming more common in the workplace as organizations look to improve the health and performance of their workforce. As a leader, how can you put mindfulness into practice and what is the ultimate impact of doing so for

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Poets & Quants Names Harry a “Favorite MBA Professor of 2017”

Poets & Quants named Harry one of their “Favorite MBA Professors of 2017” along with a number of other highly impactful, inspiring professors: “This year, there wasn’t one grand formula for what makes a ‘Favorite Professor’ so effective. At Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, Harry Kraemer bridges the researcher-practitioner divide. He can delve into his years as a Fortune 500

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Donald Jacobs, influential dean at Northwestern’s business school, dies at 90 (Article)

  Donald Jacobs pushed Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management into the upper echelon of business schools as Kellogg’s dean from 1975 until 2001. “This is the guy who literally put the Kellogg business school on the map,” said Harry Kraemer, a student of Jacobs’ in the 1970s, a former CEO of Baxter International Inc. and now an adjunct professor on

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