The world is rapidly changing and traditional approaches of management are becoming obsolete. Understanding the new ways of doing business is a challenge, which confronts entrepreneurs, boards of directors, and government representatives. Private companies and public institutes need professional specialists who are able to reconcile a profound understanding of their profession with solid management know-what and know-how. Therefore, the objective of the minor Business Administration: New Ways of Doing Business is to educate you in the core principles of management with a specific focus on building, assessing, and implementing (new) business models.
Building, assessing and implementing new business models
Student Public Administration and Organizational Sciences
"This minor offered me a profound insight in the science and art of business. I particularly appreciated the multi-disciplinary approach, entailing an integral perspective on dealing with business (model) challenges and solutions. It enabled me to deepen my methodological knowledge and to apply knowledge to real-life situations. It is an important building block in my academic education."