Professor of Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management
The speeches by Andrew Razeghi share similar content to what you would hear in his university lectures -- innovation and creativity are stressed as king in the corporate world, and as such, should be cultivated skills.
Razeghi has a BA in international business from Bradley University and an MBA from Loyola University. Razeghi taught an MBA course at The Graduate School of Business at Loyola University Chicago before teaching economics at The Prague University of Economics in 1992. He then moved to the Kellog School of Management to lecture about marketing, in keeping to his extensive business education and experience.
Razeghi is currently the director of StrategyLab, while also consulting for other companies, clients include GE, PepsiCo and The New York Times. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the Wright Centers of Innovation at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC.
As a widely-recognized expert in marketing, the speeches by Andrew Razeghi give strategy tips that should be heeded by leaders in any industry.