European Case Awards 2008

In association with BCG
 

Winners

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Overall winner

Unilever in Brazil (1997-2007): Marketing Strategies for Low-Income Consumers
Pierre Chandon and Pedro Pacheco Guimaraes
INSEAD
Ref no 504-009-1

Special award

The Sumantra Ghoshal Award for Excellence in Case Writing
INSEAD

Economics, Politics and Business Environment

Manulife in Indonesia (A) 
Manulife in Indonesia (B)

Douglas Webber and Ulla Fionna
INSEAD
Ref no 202-040-1 and 202-041-1

Entrepreneurship

The Resort in Pueblo Valley (A)
Christine Blondel
INSEAD
Ref no 804-052-1

Ethics and Social Responsibility

The Wal-Mart Supply Chain Controversy 
N Craig Smith and Robert Crawford
London Business School
Ref no 706-043-1

Finance, Accounting and Control

Customer Profitability Analysis and Value Based Management at Barclays Bank 
Regine Slagmulder and Jaeita Mukherjee
INSEAD
Ref no 105-001-1

Human Resource Management / Organisational Behaviour

Shield: Product Development in a Distributed Team 
Anca Metiu and Lynn Selhat
INSEAD
Ref no 405-028-1

Knowledge, Information and Communication Systems Management

The EPC Network (I): Putting RFID into Action in the Retail Supply Chain 
Michael Barrett and Karl Prince
Cambridge Judge Business School
Ref no 906-006-1

Marketing

sponsored by The Chartered Institute of Marketing
Philip Morris KK 

Dominique Turpin
IMD
Ref no IMD-5-0358

Production and Operations Management

IDEO: Service Design (A)
Manuel Sosa and Ritesh Bhavnani
INSEAD
Ref no 606-012-1

Strategy and General Management

Even A Clown Can Do It: Cirque du Soleil Recreates Live Entertainment (B)
W Chan Kim, Renée Mauborgne, Ben Bensaou and Matt Williamson
INSEAD
Ref no 302-058-1

Read the press release

 
The 2008 annual European Case Awards were presented at a special ceremony in Paris, France on Thursday 2 October 2008. View video and photos of the presentations.

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