Certificate in Digital Business Strategy and Innovation Agility

Aalto University School of Business

Aalto University School of Business

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Who should attend

The program is for business leaders, senior executives and entrepreneurs responsible for leveraging the possibilities created by digitalization and building innovation powerhouses within their companies.

We recommend the program for change managers, core strategy team members, business managers and product development managers. The program is suited to key functions like marketing, operations, IT, strategy, and general management.

About the course

Program in Collaboration with Stanford Center for Professional Development

Learn to navigate the digital landscape with innovation lessons from Silicon Valley and the Nordics. The Certificate in Digital Business Strategy and Innovation Agility program has been co-created by Aalto EE and the Stanford Center for Professional Development (SCPD) to provide participants with the leadership skills needed to execute innovation initiatives, lead agile organizations and conquer the digital disruption wave. The program addresses the challenges and opportunities posed by digital innovation and transformation within an organization.

The program covers the following themes:

  • Fundamentals of digital transformation and innovation strategy
  • Latest technologies: AI, software robotics, blockchain, A/VR/MR
  • Leading innovation and intrapreneurial initiatives
  • Platform economy and architectural configurations
  • Transforrming strategic capabilitites and scaling execllence
  • Leveraging teams for global innovation

Make an impact – Blended online and face-to-face learning for high impact and agile implementation of your new skills and knowledge at work

Learn and apply – Intensive and practical, covering the latest trends in technology and providing practical tools and methods to ride the digital wave

Broaden your horizons – The best and latest expertise from two leading universities, lessons from Silicon Valley and the Nordics, a certificate from Stanford Centre for Professional Development

Benefits

Does your current business model enable your organization to compete successfully in the global digital economy? Do you have experts and leaders who are able to embrace the new possibilities of the digital era to the fullest extent? This certificate program prepares your employees to disrupt the technology wave and make innovation a culture and a habit.

Get insights and lessons on how to develop the structures, processes and culture that support innovation

Gain tools and practices for initiating and integrating technological breakthroughs

Explore how to frame problems creatively in order to generate innovative solutions

Understand the conditions that enable innovation networks and innovation ecosystems to prosper

About the Stanford Center for Professional Development

The Stanford Center for Professional Development (SCPD), a part of The Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL), makes it possible for today's best and brightest professionals to enroll in Stanford University courses and programs while they maintain their careers.

The SCPD portfolio reflects the exciting research and world-class teaching of Stanford faculty from all of Stanford’s schools. Courses are delivered online and, in some cases, at Stanford, at your work site, or at international locations – providing a global community of learners with flexibility and convenience and enabling them to apply their education to their work.

Contents and Schedule

The program incorporates a blended format of online and face-to-face sessions. Participants will have the opportunity to attend face-to-face facilitated sessions and workshops with Stanford and Aalto professors in California and Helsinki as well as several online courses, keynotes and webinars.

The unique advantage of the program lies in the discovery visits to the vibrant Silicon Valley ecosystem. Networking sessions and dinners will be held to encourage interaction with other participants and the faculty. A digital learning environment will be used to support the learning experience.

Program Structure

  • Five face-to-face days Three face-to-face days are held in Silicon Valley, Stanford campus and two face-to-face days are held in Helsinki, Aalto EE Campus
  • Online courses, keynotes and webinars Participants will have the opportunity to attend several online courses, keynotes and webinars with Stanford and Aalto professors
  • Company visits in Silicon Valley The unique advantage of the program lies in the discovery visits to the vibrant Silicon Valley ecosystem

Experts

Perry Klebahn

Perry Klebahn is a true entrepreneur and innovator. He is also a natural teacher and a co-founding member of the faculty at the d.school. Perry received his master’s from Stanford in the Product Design program in 1991 and left with his master’s thesis in hand–a high performance snowshoe (yes a s...

Jeremy Utley

Jeremy currently leads the d.school's work with organizations as Director of Executive Education. In this role, he advises professionals and organizations on how to imbed the tools of design thinking and cultivate an innovative organizational culture. He also teaches the celebrated d.leadership a...

Tom Byers

At Stanford University since 1995, Professor Tom Byers focuses on education regarding high-growth entrepreneurship and technology innovation. He is the first holder of the Entrepreneurship Professorship endowed chair in the School of Engineering, and is also a Bass University Fellow in Undergradu...

Kathleen Eisenhardt

Kathleen Eisenhardt is the Stanford W. Ascherman M.D. Professor and Co-Director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. Her recent book (w/Don Sull) is "Simple Rules: How to Survive in a Complex World" (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) which explores how simplicity tames complexity in business, li...

Dan Klein

Dan Klein teaches Improvisation full time at Stanford University where he is on the faculty of the Drama Department and the Graduate School of Business and teaches at the d.school. In 2009, Dan was named Stanford Teacher of the Year by the Student’s Association. At the GSB he co-teaches (with Pr...

Risto Sarvas

Adjunct Professor (docent), Computer Science, Aalto SCI. Risto Sarvas lives a triple-life as a designer, lecturer, and researcher. The common denominator between these three roles is his endless enthusiasm to figure out how technology and society are intertwined: as a culture, in politics, in bu...

Michael Barry

Michael Barry is a Consulting Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Stanford University (d.School), teaching Needfinding and Cross Cultural Design. A guest lecturer at the Harvard School of Business and the University of California Haas School of Business, Michael teache...

Ville Eloranta

Dr. Ville Eloranta is an expert in business model innovation (especially platform business models), distributed ledger technologies (especially open blockchain implementations), and design management (connecting design paradigms to management practice). Dr. Eloranta is currently working as a Pos...

Pamela Hinds

Pamela Hinds works as a Professor of Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University. Professor Hinds studies the effect of technology on teams. Pamela J. Hinds is Professor and Director of the Center on Work, Technology, and Organization in the Department of Management Science and Eng...

Riitta Katila

Riitta Katila is Professor of Management Science & Engineering and W.M. Keck Foundation Faculty Scholar at Stanford University, and research director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program. Her research is in the intersection of technology strategy and organizational learning, using mach...

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