Individual Case Study

  • Step-by-Step Walk Through

    • Introduction: First, walk confidently to your judge, introduce yourself and shake their hand (if they are comfortable with shaking hands).

    • Overview: Next, run through a quick summary of the problem that you are solving. It is also beneficial to provide the judge with a brief agenda for the meeting.

    • Present: Third, explain your solution/s to the problem. It is important that you use the performance indicators to guide the meeting. This is because the judge will score you on how well you explain the performance indicators. There are many ways that you can present your ideas (slideshow, notes, paper props), so pick what works best for you.

    • Questions: After you are done explaining your solution/s, ask the judge if they have any questions. The judge will likely have two or more questions for you. Answer them to the best of your ability.

    • Closing: Lastly, close the meeting. It is important that the judge is on board with your solution/s. Have the judge sign a fake contract or set up an implementation meeting with the judge. Afterwards, shake the judge’s hand (if they are comfortable with shaking hands) and thank them for their time.

    • Note: Most importantly, BE YOU and HAVE FUN with it!

Case for reference: Marketing Management
 

Team Case Study

  • Step-by-Step Walk Through

  • Introduction: First, walk confidently to the judge, introduce yourselves and shake the judge’s hand (if they are comfortable with shaking hands).

  • Overview: Next, run through a quick summary of the problem that your team is solving. It is also beneficial to provide the judge with a brief agenda for the meeting.

  • Present: Third, explain your team’s solution/s to the problem. It is important that you and your partner use the performance indicators to guide the meeting. This is because the judge will score both of you on how well the team explains the performance indicators. There are many ways that you and your partner can present your team’s ideas (slideshow, notes, paper props), so pick what works best for both of you. It should also be noted that each team member should have equal speaking time. 

  • Questions: After you and your partner are done explaining your solution/s, ask the judge if they have any questions. The judge will likely have two or more questions. Answer them to the best of your ability.

  • Closing: Lastly, close the meeting. It is important that the judge is on board with the solution/s. Have the judge sign a fake contract or set up an implementation meeting with the judge. Afterwards, shake the judge’s hand (if they are comfortable with shaking hands) and thank them for their time.

  • Note: Most importantly, BE YOU and HAVE FUN with it!

Case for reference:
Business Ethics