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Teams in case competitions are tasked with assessing the situation facing the organization, analyzing available information, crafting a solution, and defending their recommendations.
In general, teams adhere to a time limit and specific rules.
I was also elected to Concordia’s Senate in 2015-16, where I sit on the Senate Finance Committee and the JMSB Dean Search Committee.
In terms of volunteer work, I have volunteered as a Delegate Ambassador at the JMSM Sports Marketing Conference and will be volunteering at the upcoming JMUCC Case Competition.
As the current VP External for CASAJMSB, I have the experience and knowledge necessary to undertake this position.
In this role, I spearheaded the creation of the CASA Deals mobile application, which provides students with deals on restaurants around school and has been downloaded over 1,800 times since its launch.
The notion of expanding to include international competitors emerged later, with the concept eventually taking hold across North America and Western Europe.
Today, a wide range of international competitions are hosted in various countries in North America, Europe, and Asia, with the concept enjoying particular popularity in Canada.
Participants can also be assessed as potential candidates for analysis-based jobs within the targeted companies.
For example, Ohio State University (OSU)'s Center For International Business Education And Research (CIBER), in its annual Case Challenge, created teams from the overall pool of participants, regardless of school, dissolving the usual school-based team format.
For the Ohio State scenario, once the students are assigned to teams, a full day of team-building exercises is run for competitors.
MENARCCI's goal is to serve as a depository of all necessary knowledge about the case method, sources of cases and publishing outlets, and the links to all cases on the Region available on-line.
In the Middle East, cases competitions are conducted by the American University of Beirut and the American University in Cairo. The following dimensions are often used to classify and compare competitions: Host: corporate versus educational institution; Participant selection: "by invitation" versus "by application"; and, Level: undergraduate, graduate.