2014 GSCMI Inter-College Case Competition, April 18, 2014
GSCMI Center jointly organizing with OSCO & KOC student clubs is hosting the 2014 GSCMI Inter-College Supply Chain Case Competition
Sponsored by Eaton on April 18, 2014
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Case competition team inquiries should be directed to Andrejs Strateicuks @ email@example.com.
The following guidelines are designed to ensure that all competitors are treated equally and compete fairly:
Teams will not solicit or receive help from anyone not on their own team. If this occurs, a team will be disqualified. The use of the Internet, textbooks and library reference resources is allowed, although directly contacting the organization represented in the case or individuals affiliated with the company or in a related industry will not be permitted.
Faculty advisers are allowed to be in contact with their team throughout the competition weekend, but they are not allowed to discuss the case. If it is discovered that a team discusses the case with the faculty adviser, the team will be disqualified.
Unfortunately, not all of the team workrooms are equipped with an LCD projector and screen. Since we want the competition to be fair for all teams, we request that you do not use the built-in technology in your workroom. Teams are welcome, however, to use any equipment they provide on their own – a portable LCD projector that can be projected on a workroom wall, for example. A team will be disqualified if it is discovered that they used the projector or screen built into their workroom space.
All presentations must be formatted in PowerPoint. The first slide of the presentation should list team members in the order in which they present.
Competitors are allowed to watch other team’s presentations once they have presented, however they are not allowed to ask questions.
Judges will serve as company managers/directors. They are familiar with the case and the problem(s) outlined in it. Since teams are considered outside consultants, they will need to analyze the case problem(s) as well as present and justify an action plan/recommendations
A timekeeper will warn teams when five minutes and one minute remains. Teams will be required to stop at 10 minutes, whether or not their presentation is complete or all questions have been asked and answered.This will be followed by a 5 minute Q&A.