In a field of 12 high-caliber schools, the TCU MBA team of Ryan Winn, Kyle Flottman, Kimberly Hughes and Claire Lukeman captured second place and won $1,500.
November 15, 2019
By Elaine Cole
They immersed themselves in the competition as they applied their ethical principles and theories to a current ethical business challenge. They made the cut to the finals, attended an Ethics Forum keynote and made their pitch in the final round.
The TCU Neeley team of Ryan Winn, Kyle Flottman, Kimberly Hughes and Claire Lukeman took second place and won $1,500 in the 2019 MBA Case Competition in Ethical Leadership hosted by Baylor.
Baylor University won first place, TCU won second, and SMU took third in a tough competition that included Auburn, Brigham Young, Iowa State, Oklahoma State, Purdue, Delaware, Georgia, Minnesota and Pittsburgh.
The annual competition advances the development of ethical leaders through experiential learning and recognizes and promotes MBA students and their programs for participation in ethical leadership.
“The case was topical, engaging and ethically complex. It gives you the opportunity to take a deep dive into a critical issue currently faced by a real company,” Lukeman said.