Who should attend
This program is ideal for both small groups or individuals seeking to instigate change. Whether you bring multiple people from the same department, or engage those across the organization, together you’ll learn the tools to build a strong digital culture across the entire organization, efficiently integrate technology and processes, and design better end-to-end customer experiences.
About the course
We're living in a time of continuous change. To thrive in this environment, organizations need to use new technology and methods to continually innovate, to rethink and redesign processes, and to deliver better customer experiences. Digital Transformation provides the opportunity for core business functions to fundamentally change the way work is done so that the organization can grow and remain competitive over time.
It is not a question of "if" your company should take on a digital transformation, but "how." This program provides a comprehensive framework for implementing digital transformation throughout your company. It brings together proven tools and techniques that can be applied across business units — from HR and Finance to Marketing and Product/Service Development to Manufacturing and Sales — to make your company’s transformation complete, sustainable, and effective.
You Will Learn
- To lead in times of change and uncertainty
- To collaborate across business units to increase efficiency and agility
- To analyze your data in new ways to make better decisions
- To build teams that will excel in a digital culture that brings together new technologies and processes
- To apply artificial intelligence (AI) tools and approaches to successfully serve your customers and your employees
Earning the Certificate
You may earn a Stanford Certificate in Digital Transformation by completing eight courses within the program. For courses of this length (5-8) hours, we recommend planning to spend approximately two hours per week on the coursework, to complete the course within 30-60 days.
- The Industrialist’s Dilemma: How to Adapt to a Changing Landscape
- Systems Leadership: Managing uncertainty in the digital age
- Enhance User Experience with Human-Computer Interaction
- Work Smarter with Crowdsourcing
- Turn Data into Insights with Predictive Modeling
- Cyber Security and Executive Strategy
- Leading Innovation
- Foundations for Digital Transformation
- Data-Driven Storytelling: From Evidence to Impact
- Rethinking Teams: Designing for the Modern Workforce
Research Statement Robert Sutton focuses on evidence-based management, the links (and gaps) between managerial knowledge and organizational action, innovation, and organizational performance. His research style emphasizes the development of theory and recommendations for practice on the basis of ...
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...
John Mitchell is the Mary and Gordon Crary Family Professor in the School of Engineering at Stanford University. He has a faculty appointment in Computer Science, as well as courtesy appointments in Electrical Engineering and the Graduate School of Education. He has research interests in computer...
Research Statement Robert Siegel researches strategy and innovation in both large and small companies, as well as the opportunities and challenges that technological change brings to these firms. Additionally, Robert teaches product management and product development best practices and methods, a...
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...
Professor Boneh heads the applied cryptography group and co-directs the computer security lab. Professor Boneh's research focuses on applications of cryptography to computer security. His work includes cryptosystems with novel properties, web security, security for mobile devices, and cryptanalys...
Neil Daswani is a co-founder of Dasient, Inc., a new stealth-mode Internet security company backed by some of the most influential investors in Silicon Valley. In the past, Neil has served in a variety of research, development, teaching, and managerial roles at Google, Stanford University, DoCoMo...
ichael Bernstein is an Associate Professor of Computer Science and STMicroelectronics Faculty Scholar at Stanford University, where he is a member of the Human-Computer Interaction group. His research focuses on the design of social computing and crowdsourcing systems. Michael has received eight ...
Johari is broadly interested in the design, economic analysis, and operation of online platforms, as well as statistical and machine learning techniques used by these platforms (such as search, recommendation, matching, and pricing algorithms). Academic Appointments Professor, Management Science...
Cheryl Phillips has been teaching journalism at Stanford since 2014. Most recently, she founded Big Local News. She also is co-founder of the Stanford Open Policing Project, a cross-departmental effort to collect police interaction data and evaluate racial disparities. And she is a founding membe...
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