There’s a nice article by the Kellogg Business School at Northwestern University called: “Global perspective: How Kellogg is shaping students into leaders who are ready to take on the world.” It can be found at: http://tinyurl.com/globalKellogg.
This is a great pitch to convince smart people about the benefits of a Kellogg MBA. I think it makes another case: gaining a global perspective is a “pillar” of one’s education and this is really a life-long process.
Explaining why it’s important to go global, Sunil Chopra a distinguished professor at the school, said:
“What you cannot do is sit in a corner and say, ‘I’m going to build a wall and what happens elsewhere is not going to affect me.’ Global is where the opportunities are.”
Exactly! So, smart parents, how do you translate this at home?