The winners of the 2019 EFMD Case Writing Competition can now be revealed.
Like last year, 17 diverse management-related categories were available to enter, ranging from African Business Cases to Supply Chain Management. More than 550 cases were submitted, showcasing the very best case writing and teaching at schools of business and management worldwide.
Richard McCracken, The Case Centre Director, said: “The cases submitted to the EFMD Case Writing Competition are always of a high standard, and 2019 is no different. The competition rightly highlights the fantastic work being carried out by case authors around the world, and The Case Centre is proud to support that.”
The 2019 success stories include the winners of The Case Centre’s 2020 Outstanding Case Writer Award (TOMTOM: Mapping the Course from B2C to B2B) and Caren Scheepers, the current holder of the Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method prize.
All cases are up-to-date, reflecting social and economic changes from all across the globe yet provide a deep learning and inspiring experience for students.
Congratulations to all winners!
African Business Cases
Sponsored by China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)
Bringing Technology to Market
Sponsored by ESMT Berlin
Continuous Improvement: The Journey to Excellence
Sponsored by Instituto Internacional San Telmo – Instituto Internacional San Telmo – Cátedra Mayoral de Mejora Continua
Corporate Social Responsibility
Sponsored by ESC PAU Business School
Sponsored by emlyon business school
Sponsored by Suliman S. Olayan School of Business, American University of Beirut
Finance and Banking
Sponsored by Portsmouth Business School
JP Morgan Chase & Co. – Creating a Next-Gen Banking Experience Powered by Digital
Anil Anirudhan and Sanjib Dutta
ICFAI Business School (IBS)
Sponsored by Hidden Champions Institute, ESMT Berlin
Inclusive Business Models
Sponsored by the Institute for Management Development (IMD)
Indian Management Issues and Opportunities
Sponsored by EFMD Global
Innovative People Leadership Solutions in International Intergovernmental and Not-for-profit Organisations
Sponsored by AHRMIO
Latin American Business Cases
Sponsored by Universidad Externado de Colombia
MENA Business Cases
Sponsored by HEC Paris in Qatar
Almajid Limited: The Tumultuous Journey of a Multigenerational Enterprise in Saudi Arabia (Parts A, B, C & D)
Virginia Bodolica, America University of Sharjah
Martin Spraggon, Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University
Sponsored by School of Business, The American University in Cairo
Voles System’s Bribery Accusations in China
Daniel Han Ming Chng, Xin Pi and Liman Zhao
China Europe International Business School