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ISYS 3315 Special Topics: Managing Digital Innovation (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

The steady march of Moore’s Law has accelerated the introduction of new products, processes, and business models enabled by digital technology. These digital innovations are transforming how we live and work, how companies compete, and the structure of entire industries. This course will provide students with the concepts and frameworks they will need to: (1) understand the nature of digital innovations and the factors affecting their emergence and diffusion, (2) identify and evaluate digital innovation opportunities (and threats), (3) manage the digital innovation process in organizations, and (4) evaluate the effects of digital innovation on business and society.

Instructor(s): Robert Fichman

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 07-Feb-18