Ganesha Maxima, Runner Up at 4th Regional Business Case Competition

PPM Ganesha MaximaGanesha Maxima, a team consists of three Executive MBA 47 students, Meilina Marsinta, Rohimat Efendi, Hada Nuzuli Ginting sweep another award in business competition. After winning 1st place at 2013 National Business Case Competition (NBCC) a while ago, this time they won runner up at PPM 4th Regional Business Case Competition, competing against 52 business schools in Southeast Asia. At PPM 4th Regional Business Case Competition, Ganesha Maxima chose a topic of Exploring Challenges and Opportunities in Emerging Markets: Focus or Diversity?
Dalam PPM 4th Regional Business Case Competition ini Ganesha Maxima mengambil Topik Exploring challenges and opportunities in emerging markets: Focus or diversify?

Ganesha Maxima?s main motivation to enter business case competition is to implement theories taught in classes and to apply the experience gain at work and their preparation is quite lengthy and not as smooth as one of the team members was hospitalize for days. However, they did not lose hope and schedule an intense preparation to utilize the time available.
The selection process begins with sorting 52 participants into 12 best teams to advance to semifinals. Ganesha Maxima team won runner up, while the team from Asian Institute of Management, Philippines won first place and PPM Manajemen in third place.
To enter any business case competition, a solid coordination among team members is an essential factor. One member?s advantages should complement another member?s disadvantages. It is also important to consult with lecturer and other teams that have previously enter the competition, and read numerous references.
They hoped that more teams would enter business case competitions and continue to excel to international level. Executive class is not a barrier; everyone deserves the same opportunity, it is how we took the opportunity to our advantages to shine.PPM Ganesha MaximaGanesha Maxima, a team consists of three Executive MBA 47 students, Meilina Marsinta, Rohimat Efendi, Hada Nuzuli Ginting sweep another award in business competition. After winning 1st place at 2013 National Business Case Competition (NBCC) a while ago, this time they won runner up at PPM 4th Regional Business Case Competition, competing against 52 business schools in Southeast Asia. At PPM 4th Regional Business Case Competition, Ganesha Maxima chose a topic of Exploring Challenges and Opportunities in Emerging Markets: Focus or Diversity?
Dalam PPM 4th Regional Business Case Competition ini Ganesha Maxima mengambil Topik Exploring challenges and opportunities in emerging markets: Focus or diversify?

Ganesha Maxima?s main motivation to enter business case competition is to implement theories taught in classes and to apply the experience gain at work and their preparation is quite lengthy and not as smooth as one of the team members was hospitalize for days. However, they did not lose hope and schedule an intense preparation to utilize the time available.
The selection process begins with sorting 52 participants into 12 best teams to advance to semifinals. Ganesha Maxima team won runner up, while the team from Asian Institute of Management, Philippines won first place and PPM Manajemen in third place.
To enter any business case competition, a solid coordination among team members is an essential factor. One member?s advantages should complement another member?s disadvantages. It is also important to consult with lecturer and other teams that have previously enter the competition, and read numerous references.
They hoped that more teams would enter business case competitions and continue to excel to international level. Executive class is not a barrier; everyone deserves the same opportunity, it is how we took the opportunity to our advantages to shine.