The Centre for Learning and Management Practice, at the Indian School of Business, and Ivey Business School, Western University, Ontario, Canada, announce the ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition 2017. The annual competition identifies and publishes the best India-centric business cases from around the world.

The Centre for Learning and Management Practice at the Indian School of Business hosts this event in partnership with Ivey Business School, Western University. The event is supported by  Ivey Publishing, the publishing arm of Ivey Business School, and the European Association for Management Development (EFMD).
2017 Competition Highlights
This year’s competition received 100 well written case entries that documented interesting business challenges. The entries received were from renowned institutions from India, Malaysia, Netherlands and the United States. 

Commenting on the 2017 competition, Professor Arun Pereira, Executive Director, Centre for Learning and Management Practice, ISB, observed:
"The ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition continues to surpass all expectations in terms of both the number of submissions and the quality of the cases submitted. In keeping with past years, the competition attracted a varied selection of field-based cases, reflecting the rich diversity and depth of India's economic landscape.  Without doubt, this competition has helped play a key role over the years to ensure that there is no dearth of India cases for the global MBA market."
Professor David Sharp, Professor Emeritus, Ivey Business School and co-ordinator of the Ivey faculty judging panel, said: 
"Competition for first place this year was intense, with only a small difference in the scores of the very best cases. This year’s competition also saw a noticeable increase across the board in the quality of submissions. The prize-winners of course were very well written, interesting cases that should be of interest to many case teachers, but the runners-up and many others were of high quality."
About the ISB-Ivey Global Case Competition
Launched in 2010, the competition has established its prominence in India and abroad and is widely considered a valuable source for cases by B-Schools around the world. The competition generates a growing number of submissions and published cases each year, facilitating its goal of building a repository of a high-quality, internationally benchmarked cases about Indian businesses.

A panel of internationally acclaimed subject experts judge shortlisted cases in a double-blind review process and provides written feedback on each case. The top cases from this competition are marketed and distributed to a global audience of business schools through Ivey and distributed through Ivey Publishing and Harvard Publishing, the two largest sources of business cases in the world.

Over the years, more than 150 cases have been selected and published through the route of the competition. The competition has also been instrumental in building and refining case writing capability among B-school faculty submitting cases to the competition.