Live Case – Project

Get traction & grow the company on a college campus

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Project Synopsis

I have an extremely innovative (2019 award for most visionary product by a group of over 30,000 product managers) food tech startup, which is perfect for college students. I'd love to work with a group of high integrity strong work ethic MBA students to help my company get traction and see growth on a college campus. My preferred outcome would be that the college students make revenue shares in my company, so if they help me get traction and expand on the college campus, they will earn significant cash from the engagement over a 1 year period. I'd also challenge them to create a repeatable project schedule of how one can expand on other college campuses throughout the country, through creative relationships such as greek life (greek organizations are on many campuses), campus organizations, partnerships with schools, or any other ideas the group may have.

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Company Information

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Industry Mentors

Company Admin

Garrett Lang

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Experiential Learning Program Details

SchoolMontclair State University
Engagement FormatLive Case - Class Collaboration or Case Competition - This learning format allows educators to deliver experiential learning to students at scale. Students are often split into groups to work on a live case (or a series of cases) from a real host company that directly relates to key learning objectives.
CourseMBA Business Consulting (Spring 2021)
Level
  • All Graduate
Students Enrolled20 (4 Groups of 5 Students)
Meeting Day & TimeTBD
Student Time Commitment4-7 Hours Per Week
Company Time Commitment2 Hours
Duration17.57 Weeks

Program Timeline

Touchpoints & Assignments Due Date Submission
REMINDER OF CONFIDENTIALITY

REMINDER OF CONFIDENTIALITY

During this program, you'll be working on a real project posed by a real industry partner. By registering for the CapSource system and participating in this Program, you are bound by the Rules of Engagement, including strict confidentiality of information shared with you. Please be respectful and professional.
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Kickoff Webinar

Kickoff Webinar

We’ll find a time on this day to web conference you into our class to kickoff the project. Meeting link:
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KICKOFF EVALUATION DUE

KICKOFF EVALUATION DUE

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SUBMIT QUESTIONS FOR Q&A

SUBMIT QUESTIONS FOR Q&A

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Mid-Point Check-In Q&A Webinar

Mid-Point Check-In Q&A Webinar

Meeting link:
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UPLOAD FINAL DELIVERABLE UPLOAD FINAL DELIVERABLE
May 14 Submission Required submission-required
Complete End of Project SELF Evaluation

Complete End of Project SELF Evaluation

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Complete End of Project PEER Evaluation

Complete End of Project PEER Evaluation

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TEMPERATURE CHECK SURVEY DUE

TEMPERATURE CHECK SURVEY DUE

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Final Presentations Webinar

Final Presentations Webinar

We’ll find a time on this day to do a webinar and have the students present their final deliverables Meeting link:
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Key Project Milestones

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