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FROM Kellogg MBA Blog: Faculty podcast: Growing a company from startup to sale
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Starting a company is often a leap of faith for its founders—come up with a cool concept, do your research, scrape together the necessary capital, and hope once you roll out your product or service that customers respond.

If that startup is being launched into a new — or nonexistent — product category, the task for founders is that much bigger. How does a company go about building a brand while simultaneously educating the market?

In this month’s special three-part Insight In Person podcast series, Kellogg School professor Linda Darragh and lecturers Daniel Weinfurter and Joe Dwyer join Enjoy Life Foods founder and CEO Scott Mandell ’01 to look at how he founded a company that was instrumental in creating the allergen-free foods category, how he scaled the business and how Enjoy Life was financed from startup to sale.

Kellogg Insight is an online publication where faculty bring their latest research and expertise to you in an accessible, engaging format. Kellogg Insight provides ambitious business leaders with the research and expertise needed to drive growth.

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Hey guys,

A random comment, this thread has been so quiet in comparison with last year's. By December they had over 30 pages.

Anyway, I am anxiously waiting for the 16th.

Best of luck everybody!

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I think it's because last year they had that crazy thing where everyone's video essay status kept changing.
Also this year, less Indian applicants are posting a bunch about waivers because they read last year's threads and found the answers inconclusive anyway.
Best of luck - only a few more weeks!

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A random comment, this thread has been so quiet in comparison with last year's. By December they had over 30 pages.

Anyway, I am anxiously waiting for the 16th.

Best of luck everybody!

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A random comment, this thread has been so quiet in comparison with last year's. By December they had over 30 pages.

Anyway, I am anxiously waiting for the 16th.

Best of luck everybody!


Its because of a couple of reasons:

1. Last year there was a peculiar change in "video essay" viewing dates and people ended up creating a theory behind the date change and possible outcome !!

2. I dont think last year there was any particular date by which all interviews were to be completed by. This year it was 21st Nov. Anyone who did not get a waiver or invite for an interview will either be waitlisted or denied admission.

3. People now understand that there is not much they can do by being stressed out (although I have a feeling this might not be THE reason!).

Anyhow, lets see what does dec 16th reveal.
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2. Last year there was no date by which all interviews were to be completed by. This year it was 21st Nov. Anyone who did not get a waiver or invite for an interview will either be waitlisted or denied admission.


Hey,
Regarding your above comment, do you know if Kellogg waitlists those candidates who have received a waiver? or it waitlists only those whose interview is already done?
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Does anybody know when the admitted students weekend will be?

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2. Last year there was no date by which all interviews were to be completed by. This year it was 21st Nov. Anyone who did not get a waiver or invite for an interview will either be waitlisted or denied admission.


Hey,
Regarding your above comment, do you know if Kellogg waitlists those candidates who have received a waiver? or it waitlists only those whose interview is already done?


I think I might have jumped the gun there with the verbiage. I should have written "I don't think ..." instead of "last year there was no...".

I couldn't find any reference to a particular "interview by.." date mentioned in the class of 2017 thread from last year. So hypothesized that there might not have been a particular end date for interviews.

I don't really have a definitive answer to your question about final status of students with waiver. It would make sense to wait list candidates who have received a waiver as is the case with Ross admissions but could very well be extended only to people that they have interviewed as Columbia does !! We will only know for sure once the results are out on 16th Dec.
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By Hal Conick

War, like business, can be extremely complex and messy. Few people know this better than Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, who spoke during the closing remarks of the first-ever Kellogg On Growth Forum on Nov. 10.

McMaster, current director of the U.S. Army Capabilities Integration Center, addressed the crowd of faculty, students and business leaders on the ways companies can learn from the military’s missteps. His medals include the Purple Heart, Silver Star and the Army Distinguished Service Medal, among others. Time magazine named him as one of 2014’s 100 Most Influential People, in large part for his role as an innovator within the military.

Technology is not the answer
McMaster pointed to the desire for simpler wars — or “future war” as he dubbed it — as something that has haunted the military over the last 30 years. People want war to be simple, clean and easy, opinions that he qualifies as pure hubris.

In the 1990s, the military had a “vision of future war that was derived from a large measure of what was going on in the economy and in business,” McMaster said, pointing to the ability to streamline operations via technology. “This set us up for the difficulties we encounter in Afghanistan and Iraq.”

These recent experiences in war reveal lessons for businesses and innovation, McMaster said. Businesses must know that technology can be a catalyst for future growth, he said, but not the sole driver of change.

“We were too biased in favor of thinking about change and how change would affect war and not thinking enough about continuity in war,” McMaster said.

Read more about McMaster’s speech.

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While thinking about R2... what is peoples' take on Kellogg vs. Booth? I only applied to Kellogg R1 and I'm trying to decide if it'd still be worth applying to Booth R2, regardless of my Kellogg outcome (especially considering that the deposit deadline for R1 is before R2 decisions). Clearly, they're very different schools, and I've visited both, just wanted to hear other peoples' thoughts.

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While thinking about R2... what is peoples' take on Kellogg vs. Booth? I only applied to Kellogg R1 and I'm trying to decide if it'd still be worth applying to Booth R2, regardless of my Kellogg outcome (especially considering that the deposit deadline for R1 is before R2 decisions). Clearly, they're very different schools, and I've visited both, just wanted to hear other peoples' thoughts.


I visited Booth in Nov while I applied to Kellogg in R1. So I think I am in a reasonable position to answer your question. But feel free to comment/correct as the points below are my personal opinions.

Both the schools are different in the "themes" that they quote.

1. Kellogg is highly close knit, collaborative while Booth is collaborative but it is limited as it provides a very high level of flexibility in its curriculum. So you might not even see your cohort from first quarter in Booth again in any of your classes electives or otherwise).
2. Another point of difference is the location. Booth's location is more centrally placed wrt Chicago while Kellogg is a bit further down. So depending on your preference of a rural urban mix (Kellogg) or a completely Urban setting (Booth), you can pick the school.
3. Booth still has the tag of "finance school" even though it has done remarkably well in other concentrations/industries such as consulting, tech etc. Kellogg is THE place to go for marketing and management consulting. Finance from Booth might have a slight edge (if there is any) compared to a MBA in finance from Kellogg. So depending on your choice of post MBA industry/function, you can very well decide where do you want to go.
4. (From what I have read/heard) Booth gives out lesser fellowships/financial aid to students compared to Kellogg. So this is another point of differentiation.
5. Finally Booth's flexibility in curriculum to Kellogg's structured approach. As a career changer, I would definitely prefer flexibility over a structured curriculum as this will give me a "safe" enough environment to try out a couple of things before I end up deciding.

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Kellogg is an interesting none because everyone gets an interview and the people are so nice that it doesn't mean anything if you felt good after it :(


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As in I don't think anyone bombs the interview. So even if it went well, doesn't mean you'll get in?


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My portal never updated post interview. Anyone else?

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It wont. Per an email reply from Kellogg Adcom, you will get to know the final decision directly on 16th Dec.
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While thinking about R2... what is peoples' take on Kellogg vs. Booth? I only applied to Kellogg R1 and I'm trying to decide if it'd still be worth applying to Booth R2, regardless of my Kellogg outcome (especially considering that the deposit deadline for R1 is before R2 decisions). Clearly, they're very different schools, and I've visited both, just wanted to hear other peoples' thoughts.


I visited/interviewed at both campuses in R1. A couple things that jumped out at me (but didn't sway me too much one way or the other)

1. Location: I prefer Kellogg's location since students are right next to campus. I'd imagine the commute from the Loop (where most Booth students live) to Booth can get slightly annoying... but I imagine this would be offset by all the social options provided by living downtown.
2. Grade non-disclosure: The Booth students I spoke with de-emphasized the importance of grades and talked a lot about social activities. I'm not extrapolating this to be the "cultural fit" of their student body but I do think it's somewhat connected to grade non-disclosure. This is not to say Kellogg students had the opposite impression on me, they just weren't as nonchalant about their classes.

That's really the only differences I "felt" in person. Like you said, the programs are very different on paper. In general, I have found it hard extrapolating "fit" because I don't like to make a generalization about 400+ students based on 4-5 interactions.

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While thinking about R2... what is peoples' take on Kellogg vs. Booth? I only applied to Kellogg R1 and I'm trying to decide if it'd still be worth applying to Booth R2, regardless of my Kellogg outcome (especially considering that the deposit deadline for R1 is before R2 decisions). Clearly, they're very different schools, and I've visited both, just wanted to hear other peoples' thoughts.


I visited/interviewed at both campuses in R1. A couple things that jumped out at me (but didn't sway me too much one way or the other)

1. Location: I prefer Kellogg's location since students are right next to campus. I'd imagine the commute from the Loop (where most Booth students live) to Booth can get slightly annoying... but I imagine this would be offset by all the social options provided by living downtown.
2. Grade non-disclosure: The Booth students I spoke with de-emphasized the importance of grades and talked a lot about social activities. I'm not extrapolating this to be the "cultural fit" of their student body but I do think it's somewhat connected to grade non-disclosure. This is not to say Kellogg students had the opposite impression on me, they just weren't as nonchalant about their classes.

That's really the only differences I "felt" in person. Like you said, the programs are very different on paper. In general, I have found it hard extrapolating "fit" because I don't like to make a generalization about 400+ students based on 4-5 interactions.



I thought the thing about grade non disclosure will be an issue at Booth and not at Kellogg, the reason being Booth's non disclosure is per the student body while it is not officially maintained. As for your comment on extrapolation based on 4-5 interactions is absolutely true. I personally know 5 2012-2014 Kellogg alums who were very confident of the grade non disclosure and told me to not worry about the grades.
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Two Question mates:
1. Has anybody got interview call after getting 'waiver' mail?
2. Does Kellogg waitlist applicants-without-an-interview?

Appreciate your help.
Thanks much. All the best to all of us! :)

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Anyone who applied in R1 can share what the recommendation questions are and whether it is similar to the questions asked by the other schools? It is not stated on their website for some reason.

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