VGCC ‘21 Webinar #2 | Coaching Session With VGCC’s Case Writer

📍Topic: How to approach and tackle a case study competition.

Following the success of Webinar #1 in which we introduced the VinUniversity Global Case Competition (VGCC), VinUniversity will hold Webinar #2 in which participants will get advice and coaching from our case writer Associate Professor Michael (Mike) Dixon on how to approach the case analysis for the competition.

Webinar details:
⏱Time: 20.00 – 21.00 (GMT+7, Vietnam Time), October 13th, 2021
🧑🏻‍💻Zoom link: https://bit.ly/VGCC2021_Webinar2

Mike Dixon is an Associate Professor at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University (USA). Prior to joining Huntsman, Mike held faculty positions at the Ivey School of Business (Canada) and at the Graduate School of Business and Public Policy at the Naval Postgraduate School (USA). Mike received his PhD from Cornell University in 2011. Mike has been teaching using the case method and writing case studies for university teaching for many years. He has received multiple research and teaching awards, and several of his cases have won the best teaching case study awards in competitions organized by the Decision Sciences Institute.


In writing the case “VinFast Electric Vehicles: A Quest for the American Market”, Mike consulted extensively with faculty from Cornell University and VinUniversity and executives at VinFast and incorporated his expertise in case writing to develop a case that is challenging and intriguing for students from all disciplines and will be a great educational experience for all.

By joining this coaching session with Professor Dixon, applicants will have the chance to:
🔸Learn how to approach and devise an effective strategy for developing solutions for a case study
🔸Develop their planned submissions for the initial round (Round 1) and self-evaluate them based on the expectations of outcomes and assessment criteria

If you are considering participating in the case competition, you cannot afford to miss this amazing opportunity to be better prepared for Round 1!
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VinUniversity Global Case Competition (VGCC) is an annual contest organized by VinUniversity for undergraduate and graduate students and research fellows across the globe. The theme for VGCC 2021 is “VinFast Goes Global”, and presents the challenges related to VinFast’s expansion into the US electric vehicle market. The total prize value is worth 17.000 USD. The First Prize is 10.000 USD.
Registrations close at: 11:59 AM (GMT+7), 15/10/2021

(*) Note: The case will be sent to registered teams only. Deadline for round 1 submission: 11:59 AM (GMT+7), 17/10/2021. Only registered teams may submit documents by logging into the VGCC portal.

👉🏻For more information about the competition, please visit the website: https://vinuni-globalcase.com
👉🏻For more information about Assoc.Prof. Michael Dixon, please visit the website: https://huntsman.usu.edu/directory/dixon-michael

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