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Calling all Kellogg Applicants (2015 Intake) Class of 2017 !

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I had my interview in San francisco last night. The interview was usual chit chat about Why MBA/why Kellogg/leadership experiences/how you work in teams etc. He kept referring to a checklist on his laptop and was making notes. I found the interviewer as very friendly and supportive. Surprisingly, he didn't know that I am applying for the 1Y MBA. Glad that I mentioned it.

For those who are applying for 1Y, it might make sense to reiterate that why a 1Y fits your needgaps better. Don't assume that the alumnus would know about it
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Hi

I received an interview call from Kellogg on 21st Jan but looks like the invite was lying in my spam folder for quite some time. I reverted back yesterday to both the alum and the adcom but haven't heard back from either yet. Does anyone know how hard and fast is Kellogg's direction to complete the interview process withing 14 days of receiving the mail.

I am still contesting whether I should call the interviewer today and check with her or if that would come across as too pushy considering I have hardly given her a day to get back. I just see an opportunity slipping away.
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I received an interview call from Kellogg on 21st Jan but looks like the invite was lying in my spam folder for quite some time. I reverted back yesterday to both the alum and the adcom but haven't heard back from either yet. Does anyone know how hard and fast is Kellogg's direction to complete the interview process withing 14 days of receiving the mail.

I am still contesting whether I should call the interviewer today and check with her or if that would come across as too pushy considering I have hardly given her a day to get back. I just see an opportunity slipping away.



Congrats ! Just wanted to know whether your application status changes in the portal as well ?
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No it does not..

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I received an interview call from Kellogg on 21st Jan but looks like the invite was lying in my spam folder for quite some time. I reverted back yesterday to both the alum and the adcom but haven't heard back from either yet. Does anyone know how hard and fast is Kellogg's direction to complete the interview process withing 14 days of receiving the mail.

I am still contesting whether I should call the interviewer today and check with her or if that would come across as too pushy considering I have hardly given her a day to get back. I just see an opportunity slipping away.



Congrats ! Just wanted to know whether your application status changes in the portal as well ?
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By when one can expect R2 interview invite?
Any Indian applicant received any interview calls for R2?
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FROM Kellogg MBA Blog: How we won Google’s Creative Lab (and a really big shoe)
ImageKellogg’s Marketing Conference is by far one of the largest events at Kellogg. More than 500 attendees, hotshot panelists from companies like Google, SC Johnson, Kraft, Johnson & Johnson, Pepsico and Uber, incredible keynote speakers and the vibrancy of the student leadership team make this an exciting and informative event.

For the first time, this year’s marketing conference featured Google’s Creative Lab competition. Six teams of four members competed to solve a marketing prompt delivered the day of the competition. We were excited to participate because of our interest in the rapidly evolving tech industry.  Prior to Kellogg, each of us had spent some time in the tech industry:

  • Shriansh worked with mobile and financial software
  • Josh ran several startups in the internet technology space
  • Michael served as COO for Vietnam’s first social networking website
  • Justin worked in venture capital and product development for startups in mobile and clean-tech.
 The ‘crazy, fun and different’ nature of the Creative Lab began with how the challenge prompt itself was chosen. The 500-odd audience members had to vote (with the results being live-streamed right in front of us) on their choice between two challenges. The winning prompt was basically given to us on the spot for us to work on.

The session itself was 35 minutes of brutal creativity. Spurred on by three of Google’s best, we brainstormed and came up with a solution. Using some of the tools and methodologies used at Google, we worked in our team to flesh out ideas, challenge thought processes and uncover insights to form a strategic solution to the prompt.

The four of us definitely felt the pressure as the clock was winding down to present in front of the other five teams and the three leaders from Google’s Brand Studio. In the last few minutes we wrote down our strategy and how we’d execute it, while also figuring out who’d tell the story.

Through the lab, we learned that creativity can be rapid, structured and apparently time-boxed. We experienced first-hand how rapid brainstorming floods the mind with ideas. Frankly, we feel that being left with more time to ponder the challenge might have derailed the intuition and raw expression that came forward in our strategy. Given how much fun we had, we’ll definitely carry these methods into our classrooms and future organizations.

After each of the six teams presented, the Google representatives selected three teams to move forward and present to the conference attendees. Afterward, the audience and judges voted using a phone app. After tallying the votes, the speaker announced, “And the winner of the Google Creative Lab competition is … Team 1! Michael, Shriansh, Josh, and Justin!”  We were extremely excited!

We won a trip to Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., where we will present a more detailed version of the idea to a few Google Executives.

Oh. And we won the Kellogg Marketing Conference shoe!

Justin Saeheng ‘16 is currently a student in the MMM program. Prior to Kellogg, he spent two years at a venture capital firm in the silicon valley focused on clean-tech, semiconductor, telecoms and sensors.  He worked closely with startups through product innovation, development and commercialization as well as strategic market entries into Asia and Europe. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

Shriansh Shrivastava ’16 (@Shriansh) is currently a student in the MMM program. He grew up in India, spent 10 years in the UK (undergrad + an awesome job working with unreleased cellphones +  then worked on a mental health suicide prevention project – using smartphones, of course) and finally spent a year in Canada working for an ATM software company. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

Joshua Borin ’15 is currently a student in Kellogg’s One-Year MBA program. Before Kellogg, Joshua ran a small business, survived the rise and fall of an e-commerce company and made an industry-noticing impact on stopping trade of counterfeit goods online. He loves helping small companies overcome the challenges that arise during rapid growth and scaling. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

Michael Nguyen ’16 is currently a student in the MMM program. In the past he served as Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Cyworld Vietnam, the country’s first social network; co-founded Mimo, a popular Twitter-like service in Vietnam; and helped RedOctane launch the Guitar Hero video game franchise. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

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FROM Kellogg MBA Blog: How we won the Kellogg Marketing Conference’s Creative Lab (and a really big shoe)
ImageKellogg’s Marketing Conference is by far one of the largest events at Kellogg. More than 500 attendees, hotshot panelists from companies like Google, SC Johnson, Kraft, Johnson & Johnson, Pepsico and Uber, incredible keynote speakers and the vibrancy of the student leadership team make this an exciting and informative event.

For the first time, this year’s marketing conference featured a Creative Lab competition hosted by Google. Six teams of four members competed to solve a marketing prompt delivered the day of the competition. We were excited to participate because of our interest in the rapidly evolving tech industry.  Prior to Kellogg, each of us had spent some time in the tech industry:

  • Shriansh worked with mobile and financial software
  • Josh ran several startups in the internet technology space
  • Michael served as COO for Vietnam’s first social networking website
  • Justin worked in venture capital and product development for startups in mobile and clean-tech.
 The ‘crazy, fun and different’ nature of the Creative Lab began with how the challenge prompt itself was chosen. The 500-odd audience members had to vote (with the results being live-streamed right in front of us) on their choice between two challenges. The winning prompt was basically given to us on the spot for us to work on.

The session itself was 35 minutes of brutal creativity. Spurred on by three of Google’s best, we brainstormed and came up with a solution. Using some of the tools and methodologies used at Google, we worked in our team to flesh out ideas, challenge thought processes and uncover insights to form a strategic solution to the prompt.

The four of us definitely felt the pressure as the clock was winding down to present in front of the other five teams and the three leaders from Google’s Brand Studio. In the last few minutes we wrote down our strategy and how we’d execute it, while also figuring out who’d tell the story.

Through the lab, we learned that creativity can be rapid, structured and apparently time-boxed. We experienced first-hand how rapid brainstorming floods the mind with ideas. Frankly, we feel that being left with more time to ponder the challenge might have derailed the intuition and raw expression that came forward in our strategy. Given how much fun we had, we’ll definitely carry these methods into our classrooms and future organizations.

After each of the six teams presented, the Google representatives selected three teams to move forward and present to the conference attendees. Afterward, the audience and judges voted using a phone app. After tallying the votes, the speaker announced, “And the winner of the Google Creative Lab competition is … Team 1! Michael, Shriansh, Josh, and Justin!”  We were extremely excited!

We won a trip to Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., where we will present a more detailed version of the idea to a few Google Executives.

Oh. And we won the Kellogg Marketing Conference shoe!

Justin Saeheng ‘16 is currently a student in the MMM program. Prior to Kellogg, he spent two years at a venture capital firm in the silicon valley focused on clean-tech, semiconductor, telecoms and sensors.  He worked closely with startups through product innovation, development and commercialization as well as strategic market entries into Asia and Europe. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

Shriansh Shrivastava ’16 (@Shriansh) is currently a student in the MMM program. He grew up in India, spent 10 years in the UK (undergrad + an awesome job working with unreleased cellphones +  then worked on a mental health suicide prevention project – using smartphones, of course) and finally spent a year in Canada working for an ATM software company. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

Joshua Borin ’15 is currently a student in Kellogg’s One-Year MBA program. Before Kellogg, Joshua ran a small business, survived the rise and fall of an e-commerce company and made an industry-noticing impact on stopping trade of counterfeit goods online. He loves helping small companies overcome the challenges that arise during rapid growth and scaling. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

Michael Nguyen ’16 is currently a student in the MMM program. In the past he served as Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Cyworld Vietnam, the country’s first social network; co-founded Mimo, a popular Twitter-like service in Vietnam; and helped RedOctane launch the Guitar Hero video game franchise. Connect with him on LinkedIn.

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going to have my interview two days later. I am assumning that skype interviews are all conducted by admission committees. Am I wrong about that?
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FROM Kellogg MBA Blog: Follow Kellogg’s Super Bowl Ad Review with #KelloggSB
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Each year, brands spend upwards of $2 billion collectively on Super Bowl commercials. Some emerge as clear winners. Others limp away. This year, for the eleventh time, Kellogg School of Management marketing students will apply rigorous, research-based criteria to determine what separates the Super Bowl advertising winners from the losers.

Follow the Kellogg Super Bowl Ad Review in real-time this Sunday via our website’s social feed, powered by RebelMouse, at http://kell.gg/superbowlsocial, or on Twitter with #KelloggSB.

First-year Kellogg student David Morgenstern is one of the current students who will participate in this year’s Ad Review.

“Participating in the Super Bowl Ad Review was one of the reasons I chose to attend Kellogg,” Morgenstern said. “I grew up watching the Super Bowl, mostly for the commercials since my Browns were never in the game, and was always very opinionated regarding which ads I thought were the most effective.

“The Super Bowl Ad Review provides a truly unique experience to learn from a creative group of marketing leaders from around the world. The Kellogg experience is rooted in collaborative and experimental learning  and the Super Bowl Ad Review is an opportunity to do just this – plus a great excuse to indulge in chicken wings!”

Learn more about Kellogg’s Super Bowl Ad Review

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By when one can expect R2 interview invite?
Any Indian applicant received any interview calls for R2?


Indian candidate here. I had submitted my application a couple of days before the R2 deadline, and received the interview notification on the 19th. Interviewed in Mumbai on the 26th.
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How did the interview go? What kind of questions were asked?

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rocky10 wrote:
By when one can expect R2 interview invite?
Any Indian applicant received any interview calls for R2?


Indian candidate here. I had submitted my application a couple of days before the R2 deadline, and received the interview notification on the 19th. Interviewed in Mumbai on the 26th.
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No interview invite yet. I'm starting to think a waiver is on the way now... not what I was hoping for!
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rocky10 wrote:
By when one can expect R2 interview invite?
Any Indian applicant received any interview calls for R2?


Indian candidate here. I had submitted my application a couple of days before the R2 deadline, and received the interview notification on the 19th. Interviewed in Mumbai on the 26th.


Did you apply for 1 yr MBA or 2 yr MBA ?
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I received an interview call from Kellogg on 21st Jan but looks like the invite was lying in my spam folder for quite some time. I reverted back yesterday to both the alum and the adcom but haven't heard back from either yet. Does anyone know how hard and fast is Kellogg's direction to complete the interview process withing 14 days of receiving the mail.

I am still contesting whether I should call the interviewer today and check with her or if that would come across as too pushy considering I have hardly given her a day to get back. I just see an opportunity slipping away.


I wouldnt call me the interviewer, instead if she doest reply by EOD Tuesday, I would call the ADMCOM
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MBAMIND wrote:
How did the interview go? What kind of questions were asked?

mrsinghsingh wrote:
rocky10 wrote:
By when one can expect R2 interview invite?
Any Indian applicant received any interview calls for R2?


Indian candidate here. I had submitted my application a couple of days before the R2 deadline, and received the interview notification on the 19th. Interviewed in Mumbai on the 26th.


Aside from the usual "Whys" questions, tales of leadership and failure and a walk-through of my resume, I got two toughies:
- Why couldnt you accomplish your goals without an MBA?
- (he asked where else I had applied, I said Booth and some others) "If you are accepted to both Kellogg and Booth, why would you choose Kellogg"?
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MBAMIND wrote:
Hi

I received an interview call from Kellogg on 21st Jan but looks like the invite was lying in my spam folder for quite some time. I reverted back yesterday to both the alum and the adcom but haven't heard back from either yet. Does anyone know how hard and fast is Kellogg's direction to complete the interview process withing 14 days of receiving the mail.

I am still contesting whether I should call the interviewer today and check with her or if that would come across as too pushy considering I have hardly given her a day to get back. I just see an opportunity slipping away.


I wouldnt call me the interviewer, instead if she doest reply by EOD Tuesday, I would call the ADMCOM


Why wouldn't you call? They give their phone numbers for a reason. I called my interviewer after I hadn't heard from her for 4 days and it turned out that Kellogg had provided an outdated email address. After I left a VM she got back to me right away.
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Hi guys, my first post here!

Im an international applicant from Korea for R2.

I received a mail telling me to register for the interview day in Seoul on the 14th.

I was wondering if everyone from Korea gets the invite, or if this is actually a limited invite to the interview?

Thanks!
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kellogg tries to interview everyone - so it wouldn't be limited invite.. but congrats!!
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Hi guys, my first post here!

Im an international applicant from Korea for R2.

I received a mail telling me to register for the interview day in Seoul on the 14th.

I was wondering if everyone from Korea gets the invite, or if this is actually a limited invite to the interview?

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So I finally got through to the interviewer but tomorrow is the 14th day. :( while I will call the adcom today to see if I can finish the interview process by Saturday, has anyone from the group completed his/her interview in more than 14 days from receiving the email?

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MBAMIND wrote:
Hi

I received an interview call from Kellogg on 21st Jan but looks like the invite was lying in my spam folder for quite some time. I reverted back yesterday to both the alum and the adcom but haven't heard back from either yet. Does anyone know how hard and fast is Kellogg's direction to complete the interview process withing 14 days of receiving the mail.

I am still contesting whether I should call the interviewer today and check with her or if that would come across as too pushy considering I have hardly given her a day to get back. I just see an opportunity slipping away.


I wouldnt call me the interviewer, instead if she doest reply by EOD Tuesday, I would call the ADMCOM


Why wouldn't you call? They give their phone numbers for a reason. I called my interviewer after I hadn't heard from her for 4 days and it turned out that Kellogg had provided an outdated email address. After I left a VM she got back to me right away.
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Not sure if Kellogg interviews everyone.. I have heard 50% of the applicants get a call.. and I know people who never got an interview call... But congrats..

angelfire213 wrote:
kellogg tries to interview everyone - so it wouldn't be limited invite.. but congrats!!
yoonssuck wrote:
Hi guys, my first post here!

Im an international applicant from Korea for R2.

I received a mail telling me to register for the interview day in Seoul on the 14th.

I was wondering if everyone from Korea gets the invite, or if this is actually a limited invite to the interview?

Thanks!
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