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[ 973SIMDBMDS20 ] SE Business Models and the Impact of Digitalization and Sustainability

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4 ECTS M1 - Master's programme 1. year Business Administration Regina Gattringer 2 hpw Johannes Kepler University Linz
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Pre-requisites (*)KS Creating Strategic Advantages
Original study plan Master's programme Management 2020W
Objectives The main objectives of this seminar are that students explore the various conceptual frameworks of business models and recognize innovation opportunities for business models (especially due to digitization). Furthermore, they deal with the requirements and opportunities of circular business models.
Subject The students

  • learn and discuss various business model frameworks
  • explore the relationships with strategy and sustainability
  • analyse how business models can be innovated
  • discuss the role of digitalization in business model innovation
  • understand the dynamics of business models innovation and why these are changing in industries
  • explore business models that are conducive to a Circular Economy, and analyse the barriers and opportunities for transitioning to these circular business models
  • identify how innovative and circular business models in diverse industries operate
  • reflect and explain the organizational changes needed for business model innovation
  • learn to read, understand, and judge advanced research articles in the discussed fields of research.
Criteria for evaluation Case studies, final exam, participation
Methods Teaching and learning methods will be a mixture of traditional lecturing, class discussions and group work, role-plays and case studies.
Language English and French
Study material To be announced
Changing subject? No
Corresponding lecture (*)973SIMDBMDS19: SE Business Models and the impact of Digitalization and Circular Economy (4 ECTS)
On-site course
Maximum number of participants 25
Assignment procedure Assignment according to priority