ACCID awards the work of Nicole Kalemba and Fernando Campa
The award was given to a case study on the strategic map of Vueling Airlines and the key indicators of decision-making of this airline.
Fernando Campa, professor of the Faculty of Business and Economics, and Nicole Kalemba, predoctoral scholarship student from the Department of Business Management of the URV, have received the award of the 1st Extraordinary Competition of Case studies for Teachers, which is granted by the Catalan Association of Accounting and Management (ACCID, in Catalan) with the collaboration of the UPF-BCN School of Management. The award was given to the work "Anàlisi estratègic de Vueling Airlines; disseny del seu mapa estratègic i dels indicadors clau per a la presa de desicions".
This award wants to promote the creation of case studies about accounting and finance that describe a conflict or a relevant fact which can be debated and with real consequences for the company, or any situation of success or failure of any company due to internal causes. The aim is that these cases can be used later for teaching.
The award was granted within the 7th Congress of ACCID which was held on 8 and 9 of June at IESE Business School of Barcelona and is fund with €1,600. The jury was formed by Xavier Osés, professor of UB; Daniel Serra, professor of UPF - Barcelona School of Management; and Núria Villaescusa, professor of IESE Business School.