Outstanding Case Writer: Hot Topic
We’re pleased to announce that Disruptive Change is the chosen topic for our 2017/18 Outstanding Case Writer: Hot Topic competition.
We are looking for cases that address issues such as digitalisation, humanitarianism, geo-politics, and the new connection/interface and gig economies. Your entry must include a teaching note.
Prize and recognition
£1,150 ($1,400; €1,300) and a special trophy. We also announce the result to leading business press worldwide and invite the winner to feature on our website and in our newsletter, which is sent to 44,100 global subscribers. See our previous winners
Who can enter?
You must be a business teacher to enter this competition. Cases can be written by a team of two or more authors. Students and research assistants can be part of your writing team, but a faculty member must lead the team.
What is required?
Your case must be relevant to the hot topic. It can be based on field research, published sources or generalised experience. You can submit a single case or case series.
Your case or case series must:
- be a maximum of 5,000 words in total, excluding exhibits (you can submit an abridged version of your case if it is over 5,000 words)
- include a teaching note
- have been completed after 1 April 2016
- have been tested in the classroom.
The 2017/8 Outstanding Case Writer: Hot Topic competition will by judged by a panel of internationally renowned case method experts.
Please do not contact any of the judges about your competition entry as you may be disqualified.
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