Course (in German) on Modeling Business Models - Day 4 of 4 half-days

Here day Nr.4 (last day) of a course I was teaching at a Masters class on "Modeling Business Models" at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Hochschule Luzern).

At the end of the class lecture the students presented their group projects. I had asked each group to model the business model of a start-up business they should come up with. I told them that part of their grades would come from the way they presented the story of their start-up. The groups did a fantastic job in their presentations and really integrated the story telling factor. It was a quite a fun experience for all in the classroom.

Apologies a last time for those who don't read German. We're back to English from the next postings onwards ;-)

Here the slides of the last lecture:

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Course (in German) on Modeling Business Models - Day 3 of 4 half-days

Here day Nr.3 of a course I am teaching at a Masters class on "Modeling Business Models" at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Hochschule für Wirtschaft HSW Luzern). Apologies again for those who don't read German. On the 21. September I will be presenting the last set of slides in German.

Group Project

The students will also deliver a project. Each group has designed a business model over the last 3 courses. I am quite curious to see their final presentations. Here is what I asked for:

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Course (in German) on Modeling Business Models - Day 2 of 4 half-days

This Friday I continued teaching a Masters class on "Modeling Business Models" at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (Hochschule für Wirtschaft HSW Luzern). Apologies to all those whore are less interested in this content that is in German. However, there are some new example as to distribution channel design and new reflections on customer segmentation.

Here the slides I used during class:

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