XLRI Proves Its Case, Wins Redefine 2022

Say cheese! The winners & the jury

XLRI Proves Its Case, Wins Redefine 2022

Cummins-Hosted Case Study Contest Gets Good Response

REDEFINE 2022’ aims to nurture the next generation of talent, says Anupama Kaul, Human Resources Leader at Cummins India.

MUMBAI, Nov 23 (The CONNECT) - Team Vision from Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI), Jamshedpur (Delhi Campus) has won the Cummins India-hosted B-School Case Study competition ‘REDEFINE 2022’. Team QuadrAngles from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), Mumbai,bagged the first runner-up position. 

The winning teams will also be enrolled in a mentorship programme with the Cummins India leadership.

Launched on October 21, the competition received a phenomenal response with over 1800 student registrations from 12 partner business schools. After multiple evaluation rounds, six teams were shortlisted and were flown to Pune to participate at the two-day grand finale.

The REDEFINE 2022 jury included Anupama Kaul, Human Resources Leader, Subramanian Chidambaran, Strategy Leader and Manoj R Nair, Director - Project Business – all from Cummins India.

Kaul said the company is devoted to unleash the energy, vision and potential of people to power the world. “With REDEFINE, our endeavor is to cultivate and grow the next generation of talent; this generation will be responsible for solving the complex challenges of the future, and that’s what we do at Cummins,” he said.  

The six shortlisted teams participating at the grand finale were: Team Honey Badgers from Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resources Development, Pune; Team NeoteriX from Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar; Team QuadrAngles from Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai; Team emPOWERED from Management Development Institute, Gurgaon; Team Vision from Xavier Labour Relations Institute, Jamshedpur (Delhi Campus) and Team 56 from Indian Institute of Management, Indore.

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