Deloitte Open Case Competition 2017

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The Deloitte Open Case Competition gives students the opportunity to analyse an organisation and consult its management on the best strategy. Participating students will gain analysis, presentation and teamwork skills. This is our largest event of the year and this year we are upping the stakes with a new prize pool.

You must be a paid MCC member to participate. To join now click here.

If you have registered to compete in this competition, you can apply for the Development Squad.

For any enquiries please contact case.competitions@uoamcc.co.nz

Team Size: Four people
Preparation Time: Three hours
Presentation: Ten minutes, followed by ten minutes of Q&A.

All team members must speak at some time during the presentation. No external materials will be allowed into the preparation room. Teams prepare slides on paper and use the document camera to present.

Semester 1

Preliminary Rounds: Sunday 23rd April – Friday 28th April (Mid-Semester Break)
Semi-Finals: Saturday 29th April
Finals: Sunday 30th April

Semester 2

Preliminary Rounds: Tuesday 12th September – Friday 15th September (Mid-Semester Break)
Semi-Finals: Saturday 16th September
Finals: Sunday 17th September

Semester 1 Workshop/Practice Case Day: Saturday 22nd AprilĀ (10am in OGGB 040b and 040c)

Semester 2 Workshop/Coaching Day: Monday 11th September

In the workshop, we will cover the fundamentals of case cracking. This will be a hands on session with experienced coaches who will be able to assist you with any questions, and give you the advice that you need to succeed in the competitions.

For more experienced competitors who wish to brush up on their skills before the competition, practice cases will be run. These cases will be run in a similar format to the actual competition, however in a more relaxed setting. Our experienced judges will provide immediate feedback after your presentation.

All competitors are encouraged to visit the resources section of our websit for in-depth tutorials on the different aspects of cracking a case.

Please see the resources section of our website for tutorial slides, presentation slides and videos from representative teams.

Practice cases will be available for your team to view prior to the competition. We will email when these are available to be collected. All practice cases must be returned before you can compete and there is a maximum of one case on per team available for loan at any time.