- EDI XX07
- 7.5 Credits
Complete course description will be ready summer 2024.
One of the roles a candidate may take after completing the programme is being a digital business developer. A digital business developer helps an organization to develop and leverage from digital capabilities and align people, processes, and technology to enable value-creating growth. Examples of digital change initiatives a digital business developer is working on includes:
- Improving operational performance by the use of new or improved digital solutions and processes
- Improving customer experience
- Refining or developing business models
- Platform investments (business and systems architecture) that effects business flexibility and responsiveness (agility)
A digital business developer should be able to analyze the potential of digital technologies in these areas and present digital opportunities or initiatives to decision-makers.
The aim of this course is to develop such capabilities.
- Aligning business and technology
- Business development: tools and techniques
- Customer experience: what it is and how to analyze it
- Business processes: what it is and how to analyze it
- Business and systems architecture: perspectives on investments
- Creating and presenting a Business Case
- Who is it good for? Impact on internal and external stakeholders
- Possible, feasible, desirable. Three lenses on technology-led change initiatives
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