HECTOR School of Engineering & Management

Certificate Course Digital Transformation of Service Systems

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About the course

The primary objective of the course is to enable participants to play a vital role at the intersection of technical and business issues, being able to bridge the gap between company’s customers and end users, Line-of-Business experts and IT experts. In doing so, they shall understand that digital service systems transcend mere technological artifacts but constitute complex socio-technical phenomena.

Learning Targets/ Skills

The participants

  • understand key concepts and implications of digital transformation
  • explore opportunities of information technologies to enable holistic digital business transformation
  • recognize key characteristics of information technologies used in globally operating enterprises
  • learn core stages of digital transformation processes
  • master important concepts to successfully execute digital transformations

Course Topics & Instructor

  • Introduction to digital transformations
  • Digital service systems
  • Nature, role, and potentials of digital technologies

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Alexander Maedche

Prof. Dr. Alexander Mädche joined KIT in November 2015. Prof. Dr. Alexander Maedche was appointed full professor at the KIT in November 2015 at the Department for Economics & Management. At the same time he received the call as director at the Karlsruhe Service Research Institute (KSRI). He l...

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