Innovation and IT Management

Provided by Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMBx)
Intermediate
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Learn key decision-making skills to better manage and implement IT and innovation in your workplace.

Course Format:Instructor-Led
Start Date:Mar 20, 2019

What you will learn

Managing IT and Innovation requires subtle decision-making skills. You will learn how to make decisions related to:

  • Competing with IT
  • Managing digital networks and security
  • Making sense of the evolving IT landscape
  • Developing software and managing projects
  • Managing crowd innovation
  • Social and ethical aspects of IT. 

Overview

Information Technology (IT) changes the manner and scope in which businesses operate and compete. Innovations in IT have led some businesses to flourish, while others have faltered due to massive changes brought by this industry. IT is notoriously hard to manage. The challenge of managing IT is ensuring that the intended changes and innovations are realized, and the unintended ones are kept under control. This course will cover basic concepts of information technology management.

As part of this course you will:

  • See some brief videos
  • Take pop quizzes
  • Analyse cases
  • Read relevant material
  • Take assessments.

This course is for you if you are:

  • Using IT in your organisation
  • Building or are planning to build IT-enabled products or services
  • Exploring business innovations and want to know how IT can help
  • Interested in understanding how organisations manage IT for innovating.

This course is not overly technical. Detailed prior knowledge of computing technology is not required to take this course.

Before you start

Basic familiarity with IT use and terminology. Also, basic understanding of business and economics concepts.
  • Instructor-Led: course contains assignments and exams that have specific due dates, and you complete the course within a defined time period.
  • Course ends: Mar 20, 2019

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