|Lecturer||Professor Dr. Armin Heinzl, Prof. Dr. Laura Marie Edinger-Schons, Professor Dr. Dirk Ifenthaler, Professor Dr. Christoph Spengel, Professor Dr. Florian Stahl, and Professor Dr. Sascha Steffen|
|Course Format||Pre-recorded lectures via https://www.mbsx.education/|
|Credit Points||3 ECTS|
|Frequency||Fall term 2020|
|Hours per Week||2 (lecture) + 4 (self-study)|
|Pre-requisites||None (interest in the topic of value-based management recommended)|
This course will approach the topic from six different angles, which correspond to the six modules provided in the course. Each module is presented by a different professor of Mannheim Business School, providing special insights from his or her research field. These modules are:
Value-based management is a management approach that puts a company’s value at the center of all management decisions and activities. Following a broad perspective on value creation, this course does not focus on conventional performance metrics. Rather, our goal is to provide a holistic view and some additional knowledge on what drives value creation.
Through participating in the course, students will gain a holistic understanding of the topic of value-based management, including more theoretical backgrounds, practical examples from the business world, as well as state-of-the art insights from international research.