12th Annual Alberta Deans of Business Case Competition
Co-Hosted by Lethbridge College’s School of Business and the University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Management
“The name’s Bond, James Bond”, and you’re invited to join in our celebratory adventure!
Welcome to the 12th annual Alberta Deans of Business Case Competition. Lethbridge College’s School of Business and the University of Lethbridge‘s Faculty of Management are excited to host this year’s competition. Both institutions are celebrating significant anniversaries in 2017 - Lethbridge College, Canada’s first publicly-funded community college, is turning 60, while the University of Lethbridge is turning 50.
In the spirit of celebration, we have adopted a James Bond theme for this year’s Case Competition. The Bond spirit of skill, cleverness, wit and courage will be with us as we come together in this event of collegiality. As Elektra King says in the Bond movie The World is Not Enough, “There's no point living, if you can't feel alive.” In this exciting era of innovation, change and hope, we believe it’s great to feel alive!
To the students and their coaches who have worked hard together to prepare for this competition, we salute your dedication and commitment to learning, fair competition and professional growth. To all of the Deans and guests attending from the multitude of educational institutions and locations from across the province, we extend a warm and hearty southern Alberta welcome. We are excited to have all of you here with us.
We wish the best of luck to all competitors. We hope you enjoy our city, our campus and our hospitality. Lethbridge College’s School of Business and the University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Management extend a James Bond welcome to ALL!
Dean Centre for Applied Management
About the Alberta Deans of Business Case Competition
This three-day event brings together Alberta’s best business students with the opportunity to compete in a case study. The teams are required to develop beneficial solutions for real-world business problems. All Alberta post-secondary institutions are eligible to participate and the competition is fierce.