The Case Centre Awards 2017

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Karthik Ramanna receives Case Writing Award thanks to ‘outstanding’ Maggi Noodle case

The University of Oxford’s Karthik Ramanna collected the Outstanding Case Writer Award last week.

Joining Oxford in September 2016 as Professor of Business and Public Policy, as well as Director of the Master of Public Policy Programme at the University’s Blavatnik School of Government, Karthik previously spent almost a decade at Harvard Business School, where he was Professor of Business Administration.

Karthik, along with his co-author Radhika Kak, won the Outstanding Case Writer Award for their case series, The Maggi Noodle Safety Crisis (A), (B) and (C).

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The series looks at the ban, ordered by the local government in Delhi, on Nestlé’s flagship product in India – Maggi Noodles, and the multinational company’s response to plummeting sales.

Read more about the case series here, while you can enter the 2018 case writing competitions here.
 
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