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Judge Information Video
Outline
• Organizing team and roles
• A typical day for a judge
• Role of a lead judge
• Responsibilities of a judge
• Com...
2017 MBA ICC Organizing Team
Valerie Aali Suha Mohamed
Brandon Vanessa Zhao Rosanna Amanda
Key Elements of Competition
• > $0.25 Million
• 9 Diamond SponsorsSponsors
• 36 top MBA programs from 18 countries
• 160 M...
SPONSORS &
MARKETING
Suha Quraini
Sponsorship
Sponsors
$156,000
Donors
$66,000
In-Kind
Sponsors
$28,000
School
Registration
Fee
$93,600• Non-for profit
orga...
SCHOOLS,
VOLUNTEERS &
SUSTAINABILITY
Aali Malik
SCHOOLS
36 Schools – 18 Countries
36 Schools – 18 Countries
CANADA (13) USA (4) GERMANY (4)
Brock University University of Arizona Heinrich Heine University...
VOLUNTEERS
300+ Volunteers
LEAD VOLUNTEERS:
Work Directly With Organizing Team
TEAM HOSTS:
Escort Teams & Enforce Rules
SUPPORT VOLUN...
SUSTAINABILITY
Sustainability
BUREAU DE NORMALISATION DU QUÉBEC (BNQ):
Goal to Achieve Level 5
CARBON QUANTIFICATION:
Carbon Audit to be ...
BUDGET, HOTEL,
IT & LOGISTICS
Mohamed Saleh
HOTEL
Hotel
• Bonaventure Hotel
900 De la Gauchetière Street. W, Montreal
TECHNOLOGY
Technology
• Events Manager
• Links to select schedule availabilities
• Online feedback form to fill
• Mobile Application ...
SCHEDULE
Competition Schedule
JUDGES,
CASES & EVENTS
Valerie Consolante
CASES
Cases
Case Writing
Competition
• Database of >1200
international case authors
• Cases must be unpublished
and untested
• $...
EVENTS
Events
• Do not miss our networking cocktail – 6-9 pm on Jan. 4th
• Attended by participants, coaches, sponsors & judges
•...
JUDGES
Judge Distribution
Returning
Judges
60%
New
Judges
20%
Lead
Judges
20%
Category
Returning Judges New Judges Lead Judges
Fe...
A Typical Day for a Judge
TIME DURATION ACTIVITY
9:00 – 10:50 2 h
Arrive at Judges’ Room
Read Case
Discuss with Case Brief...
Lead Judge’s Role
Preparation • Review sequence of activities & judging
procedures with panel
Q&A Session • Chair the Q&A ...
Role Dos Don’ts
Introduce
yourself
• Short intro (name, position &
company)
• Long intro (> 30 sec)
Listen
• Be open minde...
Competition Format: Round-Robin
Random draw to divide 36 teams into 6 divisions
Each team competes against all teams in th...
Scoring
Cases 1 to 5 Semi-Finals & Finals
Judges must allocate 11 points between
the 2 teams for each case:
A. If judges a...
Scoring
Cases 1 to 5 Semi-Finals & Finals
Judges must allocate 11 points between
the 2 teams for each case:
A. If judges a...
ONLINE EVALUATION
FORM
Lav Crnobrnja
Feedback Form
• Deliberation period of 1 hour
• Comment in French when University
presents in French
• Space for comments ...
Strong Evaluation
Form
• Full sentences
• Provide concrete examples
• State what the team did
well / poorly
• How can the ...
Poor Evaluation
Form
• Short sentences
• No details provided to help
team improve
• Vague & minimal feedback
• Avoid 6-5 s...
FAQs
Where can I park?
Access to indoor parking is located
on Mansfield & corner of St-Antoine
Is the hotel accessible by ...
IMPORTANCE OF SHOWING UP
• We do not have back-ups
• Approximately 10-15 judges do not show up per case
• No shows will no...
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  1. 1. Judge Information Video
  2. 2. Outline • Organizing team and roles • A typical day for a judge • Role of a lead judge • Responsibilities of a judge • Competition Format • Scoring • Evaluation sheet • FAQs
  3. 3. 2017 MBA ICC Organizing Team Valerie Aali Suha Mohamed Brandon Vanessa Zhao Rosanna Amanda
  4. 4. Key Elements of Competition • > $0.25 Million • 9 Diamond SponsorsSponsors • 36 top MBA programs from 18 countries • 160 MBA students • 50 coaches Competitors • 300 local business executivesJudges • 300 students from various faculties and schoolsVolunteers
  5. 5. SPONSORS & MARKETING Suha Quraini
  6. 6. Sponsorship Sponsors $156,000 Donors $66,000 In-Kind Sponsors $28,000 School Registration Fee $93,600• Non-for profit organization • Expenses of $343,600
  7. 7. SCHOOLS, VOLUNTEERS & SUSTAINABILITY Aali Malik
  8. 8. SCHOOLS
  9. 9. 36 Schools – 18 Countries
  10. 10. 36 Schools – 18 Countries CANADA (13) USA (4) GERMANY (4) Brock University University of Arizona Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf Concordia University University of Pittsburgh University of Kaiserslautern HEC Montréal University of Rochester University of Muenster McMaster University University of South Carolina University of Paderborn Memorial University of Newfoundland Université Laval University of Alberta University of Calgary University of Manitoba SOUTH AFRICA University of Ottawa University of Cape Town University of Toronto University of Windsor PORTUGAL ISRAEL Wilfrid Laurier University Porto Business School Ben-Gurion University MEXICO IRELAND LEBANON ITESM Monterrey University College Dublin American University of Beirut CHILE NETHERLANDS CHINA Universidad de Chile Nyenrode Business Universiteit Xiamen University DOMINICAN REPUBLIC SWEDEN SINGAPORE Barna Business School LUND University Nanyang Technological University BRAZIL FINLAND AUSTRALIA Fundação Instituto e Administração Aalto University Queensland University of Technology
  11. 11. VOLUNTEERS
  12. 12. 300+ Volunteers LEAD VOLUNTEERS: Work Directly With Organizing Team TEAM HOSTS: Escort Teams & Enforce Rules SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS: Ensure Smooth Running of Assigned Tasks JUDGE COORDINATORS: Escort Judges & Coordinate Presentations
  13. 13. SUSTAINABILITY
  14. 14. Sustainability BUREAU DE NORMALISATION DU QUÉBEC (BNQ): Goal to Achieve Level 5 CARBON QUANTIFICATION: Carbon Audit to be Carbon Neutral
  15. 15. BUDGET, HOTEL, IT & LOGISTICS Mohamed Saleh
  16. 16. HOTEL
  17. 17. Hotel • Bonaventure Hotel 900 De la Gauchetière Street. W, Montreal
  18. 18. TECHNOLOGY
  19. 19. Technology • Events Manager • Links to select schedule availabilities • Online feedback form to fill • Mobile Application (Android & Apple) • Access to detailed schedule • Access to training videos
  20. 20. SCHEDULE
  21. 21. Competition Schedule
  22. 22. JUDGES, CASES & EVENTS Valerie Consolante
  23. 23. CASES
  24. 24. Cases Case Writing Competition • Database of >1200 international case authors • Cases must be unpublished and untested • $21,000 in cash prizes 7 Business Cases • 5 Regular Cases • 1 Short Case All winners of the case writing competition • 1 Live case Live presentation by company executives on challenges they are facing
  25. 25. EVENTS
  26. 26. Events • Do not miss our networking cocktail – 6-9 pm on Jan. 4th • Attended by participants, coaches, sponsors & judges • RSVP required
  27. 27. JUDGES
  28. 28. Judge Distribution Returning Judges 60% New Judges 20% Lead Judges 20% Category Returning Judges New Judges Lead Judges Female Judges 40% Male Judges 60% Gender Female Judges Male Judges
  29. 29. A Typical Day for a Judge TIME DURATION ACTIVITY 9:00 – 10:50 2 h Arrive at Judges’ Room Read Case Discuss with Case Briefer 11:00 - 11:25 25 min Team 1 Presentation (Team 2 is not in room) 11:25 - 11:40 15 min Team 1 Q&A Session 11:50 - 12:15 25 min Team 2 Presentation (Team 1 may stay in room) 12:15 – 12:30 15 min Team 2 Q&A Session 12:30 – 1:30 1 h Judge Deliberation Period
  30. 30. Lead Judge’s Role Preparation • Review sequence of activities & judging procedures with panel Q&A Session • Chair the Q&A session after each presentation • Avoid any debate with participants Deliberation Period • Initiate discussion during evaluation period • Manage time given for deliberation • Complete online evaluation form & include feedback for each category • Cast deciding vote if split-panel
  31. 31. Role Dos Don’ts Introduce yourself • Short intro (name, position & company) • Long intro (> 30 sec) Listen • Be open minded • Listen attentively • Note down comments & questions for Q&A session • Communicate verbally & non-verbally • Listen passively Ask questions • Be culturally sensitive • Ensure clarity in question formulation • Demonstrate patience when seeking an answer • Lead the conversion • Undermine participants • Move on too quickly • Initiate a debate Deliberate • Support decisions with concrete examples • Consider the alternatives • Fixate on one solution based on preconceived notion • Penalize teams who appoint one member to answer questions Provide feedback • Provide constructive criticism & detailed comments • Point out development opportunities and how presentation could have been improved • Provide short, vague sentences & general comments • Discuss case with participants Introduction Presentation Q&A Session Deliberation Period Evaluation
  32. 32. Competition Format: Round-Robin Random draw to divide 36 teams into 6 divisions Each team competes against all teams in the same division 1 2 3 4 5 6 Finals: Winners of Divisions 1 to 3 Prize money of $10,000 for 1st place Semi-Finals: Total of 9 teams: Winners of Divisions 1 to 6 + three wild cards* (7 to 9) Teams 1, 6, 9 Teams 2, 5, 8 Teams 3, 4, 7 * Wild card = team with the following highest scores
  33. 33. Scoring Cases 1 to 5 Semi-Finals & Finals Judges must allocate 11 points between the 2 teams for each case: A. If judges agree on winning team: • Winning team given 7 to 11 points + 30 bonus points • Losing team given 0 to 4 points OR B. If judges do not agree on winning team (split panel 3-2 on a 5-judge panel): • Winning team given 6 points + 20 bonus points • Losing team given 5 points + 10 bonus points • No point allocation • Semi-Finals: Judges will declare a winner of each division • Finals: Judges will decide on 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners (Announcement at the closing dinner)
  34. 34. Scoring Cases 1 to 5 Semi-Finals & Finals Judges must allocate 11 points between the 2 teams for each case: A. If judges agree on winning team: • Winning team given 7 to 11 points + 30 bonus points • Losing team given 0 to 4 points OR B. If judges do not agree on winning team (split panel 3-2 on a 5-judge panel): • Winning team given 6 points + 20 bonus points • Losing team given 5 points + 10 bonus points • No point allocation • Semi-Finals: Judges will declare a winner of each division • Finals: Judges will decide on 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners (Announcement at the closing dinner)
  35. 35. ONLINE EVALUATION FORM Lav Crnobrnja
  36. 36. Feedback Form • Deliberation period of 1 hour • Comment in French when University presents in French • Space for comments available under each category • Providing feedback is more important than the scoring for participants to improve • Comments for part 6 are mandatory • What did the team do particularly well? • Where might the team improve? • Key reason for decision
  37. 37. Strong Evaluation Form • Full sentences • Provide concrete examples • State what the team did well / poorly • How can the team improve in the next rounds?
  38. 38. Poor Evaluation Form • Short sentences • No details provided to help team improve • Vague & minimal feedback • Avoid 6-5 scores
  39. 39. FAQs Where can I park? Access to indoor parking is located on Mansfield & corner of St-Antoine Is the hotel accessible by metro? Bonaventure & Square-Victoria What time do I need to be there? Refer to your schedule What is the dress code? Business professional Who should I tell about my food allergy? Valerie & Brandon What to bring with me? Nothing but yourself
  40. 40. IMPORTANCE OF SHOWING UP • We do not have back-ups • Approximately 10-15 judges do not show up per case • No shows will not be invited back next year • We are counting on you as of Monday, January 2nd!

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