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1. Introduction
1.1. What is a case
1.2. What is a solved case
1.3. What is a successfully solved case
1.4. What is a winning case solution
1.5. And what’s behind a winning solution
2. Empirical study
2.1. Own experience and literature study
2.2. Informal discussions with team and friends
2.3. Focus group survey
2.4. Questionnaire to jury
2.5. Performance analysis
2.6. Questionnaire to wider audience
2.7. Closing remarks on the empirical research
3. Preparing the case solution
3.1. Time allocation
3.2. Role division
3.3. Group division and work coordination
3.4. The solving atmosphere
3.5. Top-down, bottom-up and mixed methods
3.6. Ways of working
3.7. Idea creation
4. A winning case solution
4.1. Elements of a case solution
4.2. Structure of a case solution
4.3. Background analysis
problem statement
4.4. Problem statement
4.6. Analyses
4.7. Recommendation
4.8. Risks
4.9. Financial implications
4.10. Synthesis
4.11. Backup slides
5. Effective presentations
5.1. Slide design
5.2. Presenting
6. General tips and tricks
6.1. Forming a team
6.2. Training
6.3. The jury
6.4. TIMES specific advice
7. Synthesis
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King of Cases

King of Cases

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Published by: Anirudh Singh Rathore on Nov 28, 2012
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