Digital Transformation from Zero to One: Digital Concepts for Startups, Established Corporations and Society
A short-course programme to learn more about digital innovation and the power of execution, as fundamental tools of ambitious entrepreneurships and start-up thinking.
NEXT START DATE: 4-7 December 2018 CAMPUS: Bloomsbury Campus - The University of Law FEES: £1,600
The programme comprises major features of ambitious entrepreneurship and organisation starting from idea generation and the freedom to think from first principles rather than accepting prevailing wisdom and existing structures. It is a fact that applications of artificial intelligence are constantly impacting society and professional organisations. As a consequence of that, more and more tasks have been taken over by machines or supported by digital assistants. This programme expands on the impact that digital tools and social media have been having on our society.
GISMA Business School London is accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) as a short-course provider
- Practical experience within multinational organisations
- Practical hands-on course to develop the skills and confidence to succeed
- Networking opportunities for participants
- Gain a UK-German corporate sector perspective
- Tutors with an international working mindset
- Considerable corporate, and entrepreneurship/consulting experience
- Central London campus with professional facilities
- Ranked a top city for students*
- Centre for academic and professional excellence
- Global capital for financial services
- Competitive environment to learn from peers
- Multicultural environment
- Access to a rich cultural life of museums, theatres, cinemas and restaurants
*QS Best Student Cities 2018
This programme is specifically designed for digital natives or digital explorers, as well as managers with a passion for information technology and the rapidly evolving digital world.
- Identify current digital developments and their differential impact on business and society through scenario modelling and other forecasting techniques
- Appreciate the extent to which business development is driven by advances in algorithmic design and artificial intelligence
- Understand how competitive advantage is transformed by exponential digital growth and its disruptive potential across networks and platforms
By the end of this programme, attendees will be able to analyse current developments in different areas of business and society as well as to critically assess the resulting scenarios for chosen industries and technologies. Participants will also understand how business is driven by algorithms and artificial intelligence. In addition, they will learn to which extent competition is altered and reshaped by exponential growth from markets to networks, platforms and monopolies.
This short-course programme's approach is focused on the analysis of selected cases of digital transformation, as well as practical exercises with regards to initiating and assessing the potential for digital transformation. The aim of the programme is to provide participants with knowledge of data-driven business models combined with artificial intelligence perspective.
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Study Modes: Full-time
Duration: 4 days
Location: Bloomsbury Campus - The University of Law
Next start date: 4 - 7 December 2018