|Name||Modern Business Models|
|Status||Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice|
|Level and type||Post-graduate Studies, Academic|
|Field of study||Business Management and Administration|
|Academic staff||Deniss Ščeulovs|
|Credit points||4.0 (6.0 ECTS)|
The study course provides an insight into the modern business world and its philosophy, the historical development of business models, as well as modern business modeling opportunities and approaches aimed at improving business processes and increasing business efficiency..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
|The aim of the course is to systematize and deepen the knowledge gained, as well as to provide new knowledge about the subject and business modeling approach. To develop students' ability to analyze various business models and determine their practical use; To develop students' ability to generate, group, select, evaluate and use different ideas in business modeling and business management; To provide an understanding of the methods of business planning, management and control and their possibilities of use; To develop theoretical knowledge in the use of business models and practical application skills; Promote the development of general skills and the ability to present individual ideas as|
Ability to identify and analyze various business issues and cases. - Practical work in classes.
Ability to determine the indicators of business model efficiency, or market indicators, to calculate the characteristics of the company's activities. Ability to analyze the results and draw conclusions. - Practical work in class. Test with theoretical and practical tasks. In order to successfully pass the test, student must answer correctly at least 70% of the questions.
Ability to independently find the necessary information about a specific question. Ability to analyze this information and present it to others. - Preparing of the presentation. Presentation of the results of independent work in a class.
Ability to solve the problem and make suggestions for the problem-solving. - Individual or group tasks. Presentation of the obtained results in the class.
Ability to analyze a case study and apply theoretical knowledge for solving practical tasks. - Final examination.