The Graduate Programs Office is pleased to announce we are once again collaborating with Monsanto on our second national case competition. This case competition is designed for MBA students interested in global supply chain and technology management in the agribusiness environment. Olin Faculty and Monsanto executives have put together a live case and are looking for innovative, creative and insightful business solutions.
Teams of four must include MBA students but are allowed to include Specialized Masters students, as well. The Olin graduate student organization, SCOPA (Supply Chain and Operations Association), is co-sponsoring the event and forming an Olin team for this year’s competition. Team Olin took 3rd place last year.
The competition consists of two rounds, one virtual and one on site. Finalists will be invited to St. Louis for the two day event including a welcome reception and tour of Monsanto’s Chesterfield campus on Thursday, February 2, and the team competition at WashU on Friday, February 3. Winners will receive $10,000 for first place, $5000 for second place and $2500 for third place.
To read more about the 2017 competition, visit www.olin.wustl.edu/mocc.