Pepperdine Law School Wins 2013 Diamond Dollars Case Competition
by Richard Franzi Wednesday, March 13, 2013
A team from the Pepperdine University’s Law School delivered the top presentation in the Graduate and Professional School Competition. The team of graduated students from Pepperdine was comprised of Michael Alexander, Joseph Franzi, David Meals, Daniel Paret and Ramu Raju.
This year’s “case”, developed by SABR President Vince Gannaro, was called “The Mike Trout Dillemma.”
“These 11 schools processed the information and came up with some very innovative solutions,” Gennaro said. “They did some fascinating work. I think everyone who participated did so at a high level, which made it difficult for the judges to choose a winner.”
Four- to five-person teams are asked to evaluate a baseball operations case problem. The team present their analysis and recommendations to a panel of judges that includes MLB front office executives.
This year’s judges were Christopher Correa (St. Louis Cardinals), Matt Obernauer (Colorado Rockies), Dave Studenmnund (The Hardball Times) in the graduate and professional school division.
Richard is the author of two books: CRITICAL MASS: The 10 Explosive Powers of CEO Peer Groups and CRITICAL MASS: The Power of CEO Guiding Principles. He hosts business talk shows on www.OCTalkRadio.net. He is a sought after speaker on topics of interests to CEOs and business owners of mid-market companies.
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