Program Outline - Digital Transformation DGIN 5201   Digital Transformation
Digital technologies are nowadays critical to new product development and business transformation. Digital Innovation refers to “the carrying out of new combinations of digital technologies and physical components to produce novel products, processes, and services” (Yoo et al., 2010)3. The concept of digital innovation entails not only ‘Digitization’ of physical products or traditional services but it also requires firms to revisit their use of corporate digital resources, such as IT (Information Technology) assets and capabilities. This core digital innovation course focuses on the design and management of digital innovation projects for both public sector and private sector organizations. Specifically, this course provides students with knowledge and skills to initiate and execute digital innovation and transformation projects in existing organizations or new start-ups.
PREREQUISITES: 6.0 credit hours of DGIN courses