Lecture notes, and other additional literature provided by the lecturer
Video Lectures and individual assignments. Moodle
11.01.2021 - 07.05.2021
16.11.2020 - 10.01.2021
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10 - 50
Faculty of Business and Hospitality Management (LAB)
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Business
All course assignments and the practical work must be approved
No exam, but an individual exercise needs to be done. Deadline will be disclosed at the beginning of the course
Video lectures, individual remote exercises
The students will know how to implement the value network thinking in development projects in small businesses. The students will be able to recognize value creation gaps within a business network, and come up with tangible suggestions to close the gap. Additionally the students will learn how the digital environment helps in closing the gaps and gaining a better understanding about the value network. Contents The concept of value chain thinking in modern business environment The transformation from the physical value chain to digital environment Network theories, innovation, co-opetition Value network analysis Value creation in networks Some lectures will be replaced by individual assignments given by the lecturer. The students will also do individually a practical work based on the subject at the end of the course.
The student has not completed the required assignments, or the assignments show that he/she has not understood the underlying concepts of the course.
The assignments do not show that the student has understood the underlying concepts of the course. Practical implications of the assignments are limited. The student has provided no or little input of his/her own in the assignments.
The assignments show that the student has basic understanding about the underlying concepts of the course. Practical implications of the assignment are fair. The student has provided a fair amount of his/her own input in the assignments, and reflects it from multiple points of view.
The assignments show that the student has understood the underlying concepts of the course exceptionally. Practical implications of the assignments are well reasoned and broad. The student has provided a great deal of his/her own input in the assignments. The student's own contribution is well reasoned, and is based on external references.