What is the success formula of companies such as Facebook, Google, Amazon, Uber and others? These companies, which are amongst the biggest and most valuable corporations worldwide, have an extremely customer-centric focus and are able to offer highly desirable products and services. Thus, they are able to effectively create whole new markets. Although leaders like Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg are visionaries, the success of such firms is not solely based on the genius of their leaders. In fact, these companies understand how to translate approaches from their start-up phase into their regular operations. Doing so, these companies are able to respond quickly and flexibly to a fast-changing, technology-driven world to their advantage. These "digital innovators" understand how to identify gaps in the value creation process of existing business models and complement it with their digital service offerings. This way of thinking is not only a concern for pure internet players. Banks are challenged by fintech companies such as N26, traditional car manufactures such as BMW or Audi are facing new market entrants such as Tesla or are challenged by new mobility concepts such as Lyft or Uber. These companies have to adapt their value proposition and operations and transform it into digital business to secure their market position and generate future revenue. Thereby, companies increasingly use entrepreneurial approaches and methods that allow them to execute innovation projects in small, effective teams with a fast pace. This so-called "internal venturing" allows companies to generate and test new ideas and innovations without being limited to hierarchical and bureaucratic restrictions of a large corporation. In order to follow this approach, employees who understand and are able to apply agile innovation approaches of successful start-ups are much needed - the "intrapreneur" becomes a popular and demanded skills profile. Hence, the goal of this course is to teach and convey the competencies to develop digital business models. Within this course, the students work on real-life cases from well-known companies by applying the St.Gallen Digital Business Innovation Approach and develop customer-centric solutions. During the process, students will apply different scientific methods, thus, deepening and applying their knowledge from other courses. In addition, participants will gain deeper knowledge about the development of digital services, business models, and transformation approaches. Cases are solved in teams of four to five students each with the support of company ambassadors and method coaches.