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Over twenty years ago Nesbit Systems, a small software company with ties to broadcasting, set out on a new venture — to track, ship and manage thousands of assets being used by NBC for the Olympic Games in Korea. As part of their role as general contractor for computer systems for the broadcast, the Nesbit team knew that the benefits of using microcomputers outweighed the challenges. After all, what can be done on a laptop or mobile device today had only been done with mainframe computers in the s. Working closely with talented producers and directors for building the program's specifications and requirements, and executing the program in a foreign country with an unfamiliar culture, the Nesbit team worked strenuously until the experiment was a huge success. The resulting software, EquipTrack, had the ability to track what seemed like countless pieces of equipment was such an achievement that CBS integrated the Nesbit system into their broadcast of the Olympic Games in Albertville, France.
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Teams of students represent CBS around the world - and win in the best Danish style! CBS has participated in international case competitions since and, in addition to having its own internationally recognized CBS Case Competition, CBS participates annually in several international competitions. We field teams at both the graduate and undergraduate level every spring and have a record of which to be proud! Why not apply to get the chance!? Participating in a case competition is an invaluable experience - for the students, for CBS and for the focus company in the case!
The newest efforts to advance civil rights has provided a case study in the complexity and flexibility of the American governing system. For the last years, efforts to expand civil rights to women and ethnic minorities have involved all three branches of government and has exposed the complicated nature of American federalism. Recent attempts to expand civil rights to homosexuals have followed a similar path. Federalism, or the division of governmental power between the national and state governments, has both helped to speed and slow the extension of civil rights. For instance, the State of Wyoming granted women the right to vote more than 50 years before the federal government.