The Case Centre Awards 2015

Double presentation to our Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method winner

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Debapratim Purkayastha receives his awards from The Case Centre’s Deputy Director, Vicky Lester, at the AOM 2015 conference held in Vancouver

 
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The Case Centre caught up with our double winner, Debapratim Purkayastha, at the 75th Academy of Management Annual Meeting in Vancouver.

Deputy Director of The Case Centre, Vicky Lester, presented him with the Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method Award and the Human Resource Management/Organisational Behaviour Award, for his case, Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Google Inc., written with co-author, Adapa Srinivasa Rao.

Referring to his Outstanding Contribution win, Debapratim said: ‘I consider this a great honour – something I will treasure for a lifetime! Any award or recognition from The Case Centre has always meant a lot to me as I hold The Case Centre and all that it stands for in high esteem.

‘I feel that, as the world’s largest repository of cases and with its various initiatives to promote the case method, The Case Centre is the dominant platform for anything and everything related to the case method. For me, The Case Centre is to cases what Google is to search and Facebook is to social networking.

‘Receiving the Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method Award is really the crowning glory of my teaching career. I am incredibly proud to have joined some of the case method greats as the recipient of this tremendous honour.’ 

 
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