2009 Denmark Case Competition Part 2

It was a balmy 39 today as the advisors and students went to their own activities at the business school. Luckily the weather was so nice that you could actually walk through the university campus and enjoy the architecture of each of the buildings instead of worrying how cold you were.With the morning done, we …

2009 New Zealand Case Competition Part 7

Blog Post #7 from Champions Trophy Case Competition in New ZealandWe have gone from eggs, and ambulances to refrigerators and washing machines. Today the final case was Fisher and Paykel Appliances, an NZ company. The charge was to point out at the key issues that they were facing in light of the economic downturn and …

2009 New Zealand Case Competition Part 6

Blog Post #6 from Champions Trophy Case Competition in New ZealandSo we went from eggs to ambulances today. The non-profit case was to assist the St. John's charitable organization which is a hybrid workforce of paid and volunteer staff (making up 80% of the 9,500 adult members). They deliver health-related services and products and run …