A post on the Financial Times’ MBA Blog by Kshitij Gopal, an MBA student at the National University of Singapore, highlighted her experience participating in Yale SOM’s recent Integrated Leadership Case Competition.
From the MBA Blog:
A few weeks ago I led a team to compete at the Integrated Leadership Case Competition at the Yale School of Management. The ILCC was conducted for the second time in 2014 and Yale has decided to open the competition to partner schools of the Global Network for Advanced Management. Thankfully for us NUS is a part of this network and we gladly accepted an invitation to compete at ILCC.
I was very curious to see what a “raw case” was and how students at different business schools handle differing methods of education and learning material. The Yale “raw case” has a unique style designed to “simulate how managers behave in the real world when overwhelmed with information.” Funny, I thought that’s what every business school worth its salt said!
Read the full blog post, The Yale Case Competition, on FT.com.