ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition 2015 - MDI faculty members win first prize
Indian School of Business and Ivey Business School, Canada had conducted the annual ISB-Ivey Global Case Study Competition and announced the results. The case “Price or Relationship: SECURENOW'S Dilemma”co-authored by Ripsy Bondia and Ashutosh Dash, faculty at Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, won the first prize. The second prize has been won by Leslie Hitch and Shreshthi Mehta from Northeastern University, Boston for their case, “Competence, Competiveness and Intercultural Conflict in Qatar”.
Announcing the results, ISB mentions, “This year, two case studies authored by faculty from international B-schools have won places among the winners and honorable mentions at the prestigious case writing competition. For the first time, the top ten cases also include two finance case studies, highlighting the growing adoption of the case study method in the finance area, a domain that is generally considered largely quantitative.”
Highlights of the Competition
This year the competition had received 86 entries from more than 50 B-schools in India, the United States, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates. According to ISB, the cases covered a wide range of management areas, from more traditional subjects such as Strategy, Marketing, Finance and Leadership, to growing areas of interest such as, Social Enterprise and Business Ethics.
Each case was independently evaluated in a double blind review process by a senior management faculty from a panel of B-schools comprising ISB, Ivey, XLRI, TISS, CEIBS, Wharton, Babson College and IIM Calcutta among others. The top cases from the competition had undergone multiple reviews and mentoring by the panel members and eventually published as ISB-Ivey co-branded cases by Ivey Publishing.
Professor Arun Pereira, Executive Director, Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Case Development, ISB, said, “The ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition continues to scale new heights of quality and impact. We see more and more high quality cases written that have the potential to make classroom learning very compelling and impactful. The cases received reflect India’s varied economic landscape, from family businesses to multinationals and from social ventures to e-commerce entrepreneurs. This annual competition ensures an ever increasing supply of current, high-quality India cases for the global MBA classroom.”
Professor David Sharp, Faculty Director, India and Associate Professor, Ivey Business School remarked, “This year, again, we saw a record number of high quality case submissions. It is encouraging to see so many new case writers participating in our competition, but also to see the improvement in quality from participants from previous years – several of this year’s top cases were from faculty who had taken part in previous years without success. It just goes to show – if at first you don’t succeedâ¦!!!”
OVERALL WINNER – 1st PLACE
(Award of $ 4000.00, sponsored by ISB)
“Price or Relationship: SECURENOW'S Dilemma”
Ripsy Bondia and Ashutosh Dash (Management Development Institute, Gurgaon)
OVERALL WINNER – 2nd PLACE
(Award of $ 3000.00, sponsored by ISB)
“Competence, Competiveness and Intercultural Conflict in Qatar”
Leslie Hitch and Shreshthi Mehta (Northeastern University, Boston)
WINNER – MARKETING CATEGORY
(Award of $ 2000.00, sponsored by Amazon)
“HCL Technologies: How Far Can We Push the Billion Dollar Website?”
Srividya Raghavan (IFIM Business School, Bengaluru), Apurva Chamaria (HCL Technologies) and Gaurav Kakkar (HCL technologies)
WINNER – ENTREPRENEURSHIP CATEGORY
(Award of $ 2000.00, sponsored by ISB)
“M/s Amarnath Gupta and Sons: The BUSINESS in Family Business”
Rajesh Panda, Madhvi Sethi and Pooja Gupta (Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru)
Launched in 2010, the ISB-Ivey Global Case Study Competition is considered to be an important source for India-centric cases by B-Schools. A panel of internationally acclaimed subject experts judges each case in a double-blind review process and provides written feedback on each case. The top cases from this competition are provided to a global audience of business schools through Ivey and distributed through Ivey Publishing and Harvard Publishing.
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