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Katherine Kellogg

Kate Kellogg is the David J. McGrath Jr Professor of Management and Innovation, a Professor of Business Administration at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

Kate's research focuses on helping knowledge workers and organizations develop and implement Predictive and Generative AI products, on-the-ground in everyday work, to improve decision making, collaboration, and learning. She shows how organizations can gain user acceptance and effective use of intelligent products and services by including users in the technology design process, providing training to give employees the skills they need to work with intelligent technologies, and designing the technologies with employees in mind.

Katherine Kellogg, Associate Professor of Business Administration at the MIT Sloan School of Management

Kellogg wins Jamieson Prize

Kate Kellogg and Rodrigo Verdi were each awarded the 2021 Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching, established to honor educational innovation and excellence. The Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching Award is the most prestigious teaching prize offered by the School. The award was established in 2006 and is awarded each year to two MIT Sloan faculty members,  as well as two electrical engineering and computer science faculty members, for their contributions to educational excellence at MIT. Watch the video.

Areas of Interest

  • Solving AI’s Last Mile Problem
  • Predictive and Generative AI Implementation
  • Future of Work
  • Cross-boundary Collaboration
  • Healthcare

My Affiliations

MIT Sloan Health Systems Initiative

At HSI, our mission is to improve health by discovering transformative and sustainable innovations through research and education with leaders in the field.

MIT Initiative for the Digital Economy

We examine one of the most pressing questions of our time: How do we thrive in a period of profound digital transformation?

Good Companies, Good Jobs

The Good Companies, Good Jobs Initiative at MIT Sloan operates at the intersection of people and profit and strives to be a catalyst for ideas.