Sheridan Faculty of Business students sweep case competition sponsored by Supply Chain and Logistics Canada
Three Sheridan Faculty of Business teams from the Global Business Management program swept the top three places in the SCL Canada Case Competition. This first time event sponsored by SCL Canada is designed as a competition between students rather than institutions. The event was hosted at George Brown College and students competed from: Sheridan, Humber, George Brown, Conestoga and Grant McKeown University.
Sheridan Global Business Management students teams swept the event: First place finishers: 3rd year students Murad Qureshi, Arpan Dangi, Clar Jingco and Vinaika Mansukhani. Second place finishers: 3rd year students Julia Sule, Mishka Cooke and 2nd year Rania Anani. Third place finishers: 2nd year students Nick Burton, David Boodoo, Gyllena Annandsingh, and Vince Agliote. Sheridan Faculty of Business coaches for the event are professors Chuck Minken, Phil Adams, and Olga Kaminer.
“I had the privilege of watching all the presentations and our students demonstrated in-depth case analysis capability, strong numerical, written skills, teamwork skills and very strong presentation skills. We are proud of all of them and grateful to the coaches and all the Global Business Management professors who work so hard incorporating the case teaching method throughout our curriculum. It is a time for all of us to reflect that this teaching methodology does help foster strong analysis and critical thinking skills. I am proud of everyone,” said Chuck Minken, Professor and Coordinator, Global Business Management.