The Student Case Competition relies on industry and academic volunteers to act as judges. The competition is a one-day event, held Saturday February 24, 2018 with the judging commitment only requiring part of the day. This is a great opportunity to evaluate the strength of a new group of graduates and to keep abreast of which skills are being taught. 

Who are we Looking for to be a Judge?

  • Industry professionals in supply chain management positions and who are members of the association
  • Representatives from sponsors who are supply chain management practitioners
  • Academics - who will not judge their own team!
  • Consultants with a supply chain management practice

What is the Role of a Judge?

Judges are formed into panels of three who will mark each team individually and then collaborate to submit one mark per team. A marking rubric has been established to provide a fair and equitable evaluation. All marks are numeric. Judges who do not mark per the method provided will be removed.

Students will present their solution to their assigned judging panel who will evaluate the following components:

  • Case solution
  • Presentation
  • Originality / Critical Thinking

Where 

  • Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary (Alberta)

  • Ron Joyce Centre, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University (Ontario)

  • Sobeys School of Business, Saint Mary's University (Nova Scotia)

Time Commitment

  • 2-3 hours one week in advance to review the case, rules and on site requirements
  • 1 to 1.5 hours one week in advance for a briefing session
  • Day of the competition, Saturday February 24, 2018

Benefits

  • Those who have completed their SCMP designation can gain 5 CPD credits through judging the Student Case Competition.

How to Apply

If you are a professional in a supply chain managerial position and an SCMA member; a supply chain management practitioner who is a sponsor representative; an academic - as long as you do not judge your own team; or a consultant with a supply chain management practice, and are interested in judging, please submit the Judging Applicaiton Form (Word Doc 48KB) to Jeremy Clark at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.