Race & Case
March 03, 2019
As one of the country's premier business ethics case competitions, Race & Case allows students to apply critical thinking and ethical decision making to unique, real-world situations.
It is a business ethics case competition and ski/snowboard challenge. Provides a unique real-world setting where students apply critical thinking and new approaches to ethical decision making and behavior.
- Focuses on managerial ethics in a corporate environment.
- Delivered to teams three weeks prior to the competition date.
- Presentation lenght will not exceed 15 minutes (time limit will be strictly enforced)
- Presentation is followed by 10 minutes of Q&A (time limit will be strictly enforced)
Teams of 4 students with at least 1 female.
The score is weighted 80% on the case competition and 20% on the skiing. Both weighted scores will be added together to get the final team score.
Teams should consider the following broad guidelines when presenting their case:
- Consider distinctive viewpoints, such as the community, management, employees, financials, shareholders, etc.
- Convey a comprehensive understanding of the case including key issues, possible impacts, and future government regulations.
- Provide strategic decision analysis including a financial analysis, if applicable.
- Present a clear resolution and demonstrate proactive management processes.
- Demonstrate creativity.
1st Place: University of Florida Warrington College of Business
2nd Place: University of Alabama Manderson Graduate School of Business
3rd Place: Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management
University Of Denver
Jones Graduate School Of Business - Rice University
Krannert School Of Management - Purdue University
London Business School
Manderson Graduate School Of Business - University Of Alabama
Simon Fraser University
University Of Denver
University Of South Carolina - Darla Moore School Of Business
University of Utah
Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School Of ManagementUniversity of Florida Warrington College of Business, University of Wisconsin, University of South California
A cash prize pool of $10,000 will be divided amongst teams whose combined case and race scores place first, second, and third. The winning team will receive the Race & Case Winners’ Cup to display on campus for the following year and will be automatically eligible to compete in the 2020 competition.