Winners include ESADE Business School, ESCA School of Management, IBS Hyberabad, IE Business School, IMD, Indian Institute of Management Calcuta, Indiana University, Indian School of Business, INSEAD, ITAM Mexico, Lagos Business School, SDA Bocconi, Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management.
EFMD is delighted to announce the winners of the first phase of the 2013 EFMD Case Writing Competition. This year was a record with 258 case entries from 30 countries. The quality was exceptionally high so we thank all of you who took part. The "Best of the Best" category is now being evaluated by The Case Centre and the results of the overall winner of the competition will be announced at the end of April.
Corporate Social Responsibility: “Accenture Development Partnership” written by Michelle Rogan and Christiane Bode, both at INSEAD, FR. This category is sponsored by Kedge Business School.
Entrepreneurship: “WooRank: Creating & Capturing Value in a European Web Start-Up” written by Robin Demaria, Olivier Witmeur and Paul Verdin, all colleagues from Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management, BE. This category is sponsored by EM Lyon.
Family Business: “Trusted Family: By Families, For Families, Forever…" (video case) written by Benoît Leleux, IMD, CH.
Finance and Banking: “Tumi and the Doughty Hanson Value Enhancement Group (VEG)" written by Benoit Leleux, Michel Galeazzi and Esmeralda Megally, all from IMD, Switzerland. This category is sponsored by Toulouse Business School-Groupe ESC Toulouse.
Supply Chain Management: “CISCO Systems Inc.: Supply Chain Risk Management” written by Maria Jesus Saenz, MIT-Zaragoza International Logistics Program (ZLC), ES and Elena Revilla, IE Business School, ES. This category is sponsored by Kedge Business School.
Emerging Global Chinese Competitors: “LENOVO Challenger to Leader”, written by: Hadiya Faheem, Freelance Case Writer, India and Muralidhara G.V., IBS HYDERABAD, India. This category is sponsored by Renmin University of China School of Business.
Euro-Mediterranean Managerial Practices and Issues: “HPS, a successful South/North Technology Transfer Model”, written by Belhcen Lhacen and Abbitan Yoni, both at ESCA School of Management, MA. This category is sponsored by Groupe Sup de Co Montpellier Business School.
Public Sector Innovations: “Finding Community Solutions from Common Ground: A New Business Model to end America’s homelessness”, written by Howard Yu, IMD, CH
African Business Cases: “Research in Motion: Managing Channel Conflicts”, written by Uchenna Uzo, Lagos Business School, NG. This category is sponsored by China Europe International Business School (CEIBS).
Indian Management Issues and Opportunities: “Embrace”, written by: Mridula Anand and Anand Nandkumar, both Indian School of Business, IN and Charles Dhanaraj, Indiana University, IN. This category is sponsored by Emerald Group Publising Ltd.
Responsible Leadership: “SMS for Life Case Series”, written by Donald A. Marchand, Anna Moncef and Patricia Santos, all IMD, CH. This category is sponsored by University of San Diego-School of Business Administration.
Inclusive Business Models: “Child in Need Institute: Non-Profit or Hybrid?”, written by Anjan Ghosh, Sougata Ray and Indranil Biswas, all three at Indian Institute of Management Calcutta, IN. This category is sponsored by IMD.
Latin American Business Cases: “Mabe: Learning to be a Multinational”, written by José Luis Rivas, ITAM-Santa Teresa Campus, MX andLuis Arciniega, ITAM - Rio Hondo Campus, MX. This category is sponsored by Universidad Externado de Colombia.
MENA Business Cases: “Roca in Egypt”, written by Josep Franch and Marianna Sablina Kondratieva, both at ESADE Business School, ES. This category is sponsored by HEC Paris in Qatar.
Bringing Technology to the Market: “787 Dreamliner: cleared for takeoff?”, written by Vitaliano Fiorillo, Raffaele Secchi and Silvia Zamboni, all at SDA Bocconi School of Management, IT. This category is sponsored by ESMT.
We would like to warmly congratulate all of the winners and once again thank all of our sponsors for their continued support of the EFMD Case Writing Competition.