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The Case Centre Connect Issue 32, Awards Special 2018
Awards special 2018

Dear colleague

Welcome to our 2018 Awards Special!

We’re delighted to announce the winners of our global awards and competitions – the case method community’s annual ‘Oscars’.

David A Garvin of Harvard Business School, is this year’s (posthumous) recipient of the Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method Award. A renowned case teacher and author, and a visionary case method scholar, David’s impact on the case method is undoubted, and he will be sorely missed.

INSEAD's Pierre Chandon, a previous winner of four overall awards, two marketing category prizes, and the 2016 Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method Award, completes the set by winning this year's Outstanding Case Teacher competition.

In addition, our Case Awards celebrate popular cases that have been used in the most organisations across the world in the past year. Meet our competition winners too.

Our deserving winners highlight the continuing relevance of the case method, and its unparalleled role in transforming the lives and careers of thousands of people worldwide.

Best wishes
The Case Centre team

Outstanding Contribution to the Case Method
David A Garvin
Harvard Business School
Outstanding Case Teacher
Pierre Chandon

Competition winners

Outstanding Case Writer Outstanding New Case Writer Outstanding Case Writer: Hot Topic 'Disruptive Change'
Breaking the Code of Silence
Syeda Maseeha Qumer and Debapratim Purkayastha
ICFAI Business School (IBS)
Vijaya Narapareddy Zinnoury
Daniels College of Business, University of Denver
Kirat Housing Development Society
Alvaro Sandroni and
Farhad Aspy Fatakia
Kellogg School of Management
The TAG Heuer Carrera Connected Watch: Swiss Avant-Garde for the Digital Age (A) & (B)
L Felipe Monteiro and
Anne-Marie Carrick

Award winners

Overall Award Winner Free Case
Uber: Changing the Way the World Moves
Youngme Moon
Harvard Business School
British Petroleum: From Texas City to the Gulf of Mexico and Beyond
Torben Juul Andersen and
Christine Bang Andersen
Copenhagen Business School
Economics, Politics and Business Environment Entrepreneurship Ethics and Social Responsibility
Amazon in Emerging Markets
Amy Nguyen-Chyung and
Elliot Faulk
Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
Fairphone: Organising for Sustained Social Impact
Onajomo Akemu, Gail Whiteman and Tao Yue
Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Sustainability as Opportunity: Unilever’s Sustainable Living Plan
Joanne Lawrence
and Kevina Kenny
Hult International Business School
Andreas Rasche
Copenhagen Business School
Finance, Accounting and Control Human Resource Management / Organisational Behaviour Knowledge, Information and Communication Systems Management
Prada’s Hong Kong IPO
Denis Gromb and
Alberta Di Giuli
HEC Paris
Tony Hsieh at Zappos: Structure, Culture and Radical Change
Noah Askin, Gianpiero Petriglieri and Joanna Lockard
Gillette’s ‘Shave India Movement’: Razor Sharp Against the Stubble (A)
Srinivas K Reddy and
Christopher Dula
Singapore Management University
Marketing Production and Operations Management Strategy and General Management
AccorHotels and the Digital Transformation: Enriching Experiences Through Content Strategies Along the Customer Journey
David Dubois, Inyoung Chae, Joerg Niessing and Jean Wee
Everything is Connected: A New Era of Sustainability at Li & Fung
Hau L Lee and Sheila Melvin
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Tesla Motors: Disrupting the Auto Industry?
Jeffrey H Dyer
Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business
Nathan Furr

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