|Four Krannert undergraduate students won the Midwest Diversity Case Competition January 19, 2013. Photo courtesy of Indiana University.|
Case competitions give you an opportunity to solve a real-world problem while competing with other business students both nationally and internationally. You can develop all the core competencies described in our Launching Business Leaders initiative by participating in these competitions.
For example, when you analyze a case and define the problems that need to be solved, you hone your decision-making skills. When you interpret data, compare alternatives and recommend long-term measurable solutions, you apply strategic thinking. Team building, networking and adaptability are all results of your focus on making the best possible recommendations for the case.
For information on upcoming case competitions, and how to get involved, visit the Leadership Communication Center.