Case Competition

Some articles on case competitions, case competition, competitions, competition:

Sauder School Of Business - Robert H. Lee Graduate School - Masters of Business Administration (MBA) - Student Life
... Students participate in annual case competitions, including the JDW case competition held in January, and the Sauder Summit, a five-day case competition held each March ... MBA students have placed in the top three in several major competitions, including the 2012 Schulich School of Business’ International Case Competition ...
John Molson School Of Business - Case Competitions - John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition
... The John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition (JMUCC) is an annual international case competition hosted by the John Molson School of Business ... Until 2008, the competition was known as UNCC (Undergraduate National Case Competition) ... The competition, which spans the length of a week, involves a round-robin portion made up of three three-hour competitions so that each team within a group of four teams has a ...
Alpha Kappa Psi - Leadership Programs - Case Competition
... Alpha Kappa Psi began holding the annual Case Competition at the 2008 Success Institutes ... Case Competition is sponsored by the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation, and it awards $1,500, $750 and $500 scholarships respectively to the top three teams in each of the five cites where the annual competition takes ... Case Competition is designed to introduce students to the realities of decision making and give them first-hand experience in analyzing business situations ...

Famous quotes containing the words competition and/or case:

    Playing games with agreed upon rules helps children learn to live by rules, establish the delicate balance between competition and cooperation, between fair play and justice and exploitation and abuse of these for personal gain. It helps them learn to manage the warmth of winning and the hurt of losing; it helps them to believe that there will be another chance to win the next time.
    James P. Comer (20th century)

    I never forget a face, but in your case I’ll be glad to make an exception.
    Groucho Marx (1895–1977)