Three LeBow College of Business MBA students recently participated in Howard University’s 5th Annual Minority MBAE Case Competition. DuPont MBA student Najwa Ali, Two-Year MBA student Anil Arya, and Professional MBA student Robert Asante traveled to Howard University in Washington, D.C., to compete in the November 5-6 competition. LeBow College’s team of MBA students was chosen to participate among 11 other competing teams from top-notch MBA programs, including Yale University’s School of Management and MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
Provided by LMI, the case at the heart of this competition was based on real government issues and allowed top MBA students the opportunity to demonstrate their strong analytic and communication skills on practical pressing problems. The Minority MBAE Case Competition was sponsored by LMI Government Consulting. The event also serves to unite top MBA candidates from across the country and give them the opportunity to develop important professional skills, including analyzing and responding quickly to an organization’s strategic challenge.
More information about Howard University’s Annual Minority MBAE Case Competition is available at http://www.mbaexclusive.com/casecomp.php.