Grossman News: Making the Case

After her third case competition, Grossman senior Claire Greenlaw reflects on the benefits of competing, regardless of whether her team wins or loses

My first case competition did not go smoothly. During my team’s first-round presentation, we were cut off five minutes early. With that much information left to convey to the judges, we had to quickly paraphrase the last slides and hope that they liked our idea. Luckily, they did. In the final round, I was so nervous to speak onstage, in front of more than 50 people, that I started talking at the wrong time and over one of my teammates. After competing in my third case competition recently, I now look back on that moment with laughter and gratitude for how much I’ve learned since then.

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