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ISYS 3315 Special Topics: Management of Innovation (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

This course explores the strategic role of technology and innovation in the survival and success of firms. The object of the course is to introduce students to tools and concepts they will need to: (1) assess the prospects and managerial implications of emerging technologies; (2) identify and evaluate opportunities to gain competitive advantage through innovation; (3) develop a strategy for deploying new technologies; (4) understand how to appropriate the value of the technologies being deployed; (5) nurture the innovative capabilities of the firm. The course has a strong emphasis on high technology industries in the selection of case examples.

Instructor(s): John Fox

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 13-May-15