The Business Foundations Case Competition has a long history of success and is well known among first-year students at Western. The competition, created by Ivey faculty, originated in 1978. It is not tied to academic performance and is completely voluntary. Interested students form their own groups of four to six students and apply their problem-solving tools and skills to a general management case chosen for this competition. Assuming the decision-maker role, the group must present its analysis, decisions and plan of action to a panel of judges. Students in the group also have the opportunity to develop and hone their presentation skills during the competition.
Event sponsored by the Pierre L. Morrissette Institute for Entrepreneurship. Canada's leading centre for entrepreneurship research and education.
All are welcome to attend!
7:00-7:15 Welcome and Opening Remarks/Introduction of Judges
7:15-9:00 Student presentations
9:20-9:45 Judges’ Decision and Closing Remarks