B - Build your businessFrom ideas to a business plan

The BossCamp Model “Build Your Business” is implemented in the first stage of the mainstream program for full-time students in Switzerland. After completing the “Build Your Business” Model, the business plan developed will be used throughout the program and deployed at the next BossCamp.

The program also combines picnics, team coordination, and simulation games to optimize leadership and management capacity.

The program also combines picnics, team coordination, and simulations to optimize leadership and management capacity.

1. The Entrepreneurial Manager

Learning outcomes

  • Explain the importance of entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity in the modern workplace
  • Describe a range of management styles and approaches, and their effect on creativity and innovation
  • Assess the benefits and disadvantages of various management styles and approaches, and use the ones that are best suited to particular organisational situations
  • Assess the benefits, disadvantages and risks of group innovation and decision making

Your Lessons

  • Entrepreneurship and Management Styles
  • Managing in Practice
  • Matching Style to Situation
  • Individual or Group Innovation?
  • Summary

2. Innovation and R&D

Learning outcomes

  • Describe and assess the factors that are most likely to drive innovation in your organisation
  • Develop an innovation process from the original idea to planning implementation
  • Assess different ways of identifying and evaluating opportunities
  • Describe ways in which organisations can encourage and facilitate innovation

Your Lessons

  • The Key Ideas
  • The Innovation Process
  • Identifying and evaluating opportunities
  • Innovation and the Organisation
  • Summary

3. The External Operating Environment of Business

Learning outcomes

  • Analyse the macro environment in which an organization resides
  • Analyse the competitive forces in the micro environment
  • Examine the role of scenario planning in envisaging different models of the future and enabling organizations to be better prepared for uncertainty
  • Explore how internal strategies can be developed to respond to the external environment
  • Apply learning to strategic problem definition

Your Lessons

  • Assessing the Macro Environment
  • Assessing the Micro Environment
  • Uncertainty in the External Environment and Scenario Planning
  • Internal Strategies to Respond to the External Environment
  • Summary

4. Impact of Technology on Business

Learning outcomes

  • Define the role of technology in product lifecycles
  • Suggest solutions for technology obsolescence issues
  • Assess legal issues associated with the use of technology
  • Evaluate the impact of e-business on various sectors
  • Investigate the role of the Internet in business
  • Perform a competitor analysis in e-business
  • Analyse threats and opportunities involving the use of technology

Your Lessons

  • The Role of Technology in Product Lifecycles
  • Technology Obsolescence Issues
  • Legal Issues Associated with the Use of Technology
  • The Impact of e-Business on Various Sectors
  • The Role of the Internet in Business
  • Competitor Analysis in e-Business
  • Threats and Opportunities within Technology
  • Summary

5. The Business Plan

Learning outcomes

  • To explore the purpose of a business plan
  • To define the vision, mission, values and objectives of an organisation
  • To understand the process for analysing the internal and external environment
  • To analyse a range of tools that can be used in the analysis process
  • To evaluate the process of benchmarking
  • To understand the importance of accountability in relation to the business plan

Your Lessons

  • What is a Business Plan?
  • Vision, Mission, Values and Objectives
  • Understanding the Internal and External Environment
  • Tools to use in the Analytical Process
  • Making Comparisons with Other Organisations
  • Measures and Evaluation
  • Responsibility for the Business Plan
  • Innovation and Creativity
  • Summary

Who can join?

  • Students majoring in Business Administration at the Swiss Institute of Management & Innovation.
  • Students of other majors (Aviation Management, Hospitality Management, Finance & Banking) can only participate after completing the consultation process and making commitments about training and career development roadmap with SIMI Swiss.
  • Students of global partners of SIMI Swiss’s Authorization System only can participate after completing the consultation and test of SIMI Swiss.

Entry Requirements

  • Completing the foundational subjects of the first year of the Bachelor’s Program at SIMI Swiss
  • Students studying the 1+2 Program must complete the five platforms (Foundation Diploma) or equivalent to Level 3 Diploma of EQF (European Qualifications Framework).

Tuition Fee:

  • Full-time students of the SIMI Swiss are eligible to participate for free if they meet the entry requirements.
  • Students of global partners will be applied to the BossCamp tuition policy of each country.

Accommodation and living expenses during the BossCamp Program:

  • BossCamp is implemented in Poland with the support system of UITM- the top-ranked university in Poland.
  • Accommodation and living expenses will be applied to and collected according to UITM policy.
  • SIMI Swiss does not interfere with fees or collect fees during the BossCamp Program implemented in Poland.
Về BossCamp

BossCamp of Switzerland là chương trình đào tạo doanh chủ và lãnh đạo đầu tiên tại Zug, Switzerland. Chương trình hợp tác với đại học số 1 Poland UITM

After completing the plan, the next BossCamp will help organize an effective business operation

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