Comprehensive course analysis
Who should attend
This richly practical program was designed in response to requests from consultants and business professionals seeking to discover the latest digital trends, opportunities, and disruptions, in order to pivot their career and gain the vital skill sets necessary to become a digital strategist.
This course prepares you for a variety of roles including: technology consultant, business analyst, and digital strategist, essentially those jobs that help organizations remain competitive in this digital age.
About the course
Be prepared to join innovative teams by reskilling and upskilling with our Digital Innovation for Business Professionals program. Designed by leveraging curriculum from our powerful University degree coursework, this intensive and practical online program delivers the necessary toolkit to prepare you for the implementation and execution of digital initiatives. This course can assist in helping you stand out in an increasingly competitive job market and stay ahead of the accelerating digital marketplace.
Digital transformation is about talent and not just technology. This course can assist in helping you stand out in an increasingly competitive job market and stay ahead of the accelerating digital marketplace. It requires well-prepared and agile business professionals. Future-proof your career by learning the digital foundations and skills necessary for today’s organizational leadership. The demand for digitally savvy consultants, managers, directors, and executives is higher than ever.
TOPICS AND KEY SKILLS (1 week per skill)
- Skill 1: Strategically Identifying Digital Assets to Leverage in the Organization's Architecture
- Skill 2: Grouping Components to Foster Agility
- Skill 3: Managing Components on the Cloud for Agility
- Skill 4: Deciding How to Use an ERP to help with Cross-Functional Information Sharing
- Skill 5: How to Implement ERP
- Skill 6: How to Flexibly Integrate Components with Reusable Business Services
- Skill 7: Being Able to Identify Where Security Threats Can Come From
- Skill 8: Being Able to Create a Secure Infrastructure
- Skill 9: Disruptive Business Opportunity Analysis
- Skill 10: Disruptive Technology Opportunity Analysis
- Skill 11: Roadmapping a Strategic Initiative
- Skill 12: Helping Organizations Strategize Data Monetization
- Skill 13: Understanding Business Intelligence Tools: AI & ML
- Skill 14: Establishing Federated Governance for Decentralized Innovation
- Skill 15: Fostering Citizen Developers
- Skill 16: Establishing a PAAS for Distributing Innovation Capability to the Masses
- Skill 17: Establishing an Open Innovation Initiative
- Skill 18: Establishing Blockchain-based Smart Contracts for a Distributed Supply Chain
- Skill 19: Creating Smart Spaces with Edge Computing
- Skill 20: Establishing an Innovative Ecosystem
Ann Majchrzak is Professor of Information Systems, Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California and Visiting Professor, Department of Information Systems Management, ESADE Business School, Barcelona, Spain. PhD, Social Psychology, UCLA, 1980. Fellow of the Association for Inform...
I’m a recovering consultant. Over 25 years I climbed the ladder, eventually becoming a partner at PwC during which time I led its Global Customer Experience Practice and was one of the founding partners of its hybrid agency-consultancy, the Experience Center. I have been, throughout my career, a...
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