Squaring the circle: Business model teaching in large classroom settings

  • Daniel Szopinski Paderborn University

Abstract

Daniel Szopinski is a PhD candidate with a Master’s degree in Management Information Systems. He is research and teaching assistant at the chair of Business Information Systems, esp. Digital Markets at Paderborn University. His research focuses on business model innovation, modeling languages for business models and software tools for business model development. From a methodological point of view he focuses on controlled experiments and participatory observations.

Author Biography

Daniel Szopinski, Paderborn University

Daniel Szopinski is a PhD candidate with a Master’s degree in Management Information Systems. He is research and teaching assistant at the chair of Business Information Systems, esp. Digital Markets at Paderborn University. His research focuses on business model innovation, modeling languages for business models and software tools for business model development. From a methodological point of view he focuses on controlled experiments and participatory observations.

Published
09-07-2019
Section
Special Issue: Teaching Business Models