The 2019 SYSBS-Ivey National Business Case Competition was jointly organized by Chan Sui-Kau Asia-Pacific Case Development and Research Center, Sun Yat-sen Business School and Ivey Case Centre (Asia) of Ivey Business School, Western University, Canada.
The first SYSBS-Ivey International Case Competition and Forum, jointly presented by Ivey Case Centre (Asia) and Chan Sui-Kau Asian-Pacific Case Development and Research Centre, was held at Sun Yat-sen University campus from November 9th to 11th, 2018.
With the aim to further promote the use of business cases in Asian academic institutions, a new case competition cum forum has emerged. The first SYSBS-Ivey International Case Competition and Forum was held at Sun Yat-sen University campus from November 9th to 11th, 2018.
The case night was moderated by Prof. Kersi Antia, using the Ivey Business School's renowned case teaching method to discuss a digital marketing challenge for Tantan, an online dating application in China.
Leadership transition or change in any organization is already a difficult and challenging process. However, when transition or change is required in a family business, family legacy and values combined with stakeholder expectations can alter business priorities drastically.