Master of Management programme

Leading in Digitized Workplaces

This course teaches you how to become an effective leader in digitized business environments. Highlighting strategies for driving technological adaptation, adoption, and innovation within your teams.

This course is unfortunately cancelled.

What you will learn:

  • Issues related to managing team collaboration, technology adoption, employee adaptation and innovation processes in digitized work contexts.
  • The drivers and implications of behaviour in digitized work setting.
  • How to lead oneself and others more effectively in the digital age.

This course aims to equip leaders at various levels with the skills needed to adapt themselves to the change and challenges faced in dynamic digitized work contexts. The course provides you with both a digital mindset regarding technological changes and transformation, and an understanding of how to adapt and move the organisation forward in uncertain and complex environments.

As the success of change largely relies on employees’ willingness and ability to adapt, an important component of leadership in this context is also relaying and supporting change within their teams. By combining campus modules and online learning processes, this course aims to offer a more effective and practical approach to teaching. 

Admission requirements

  • you are at least 25 years old 
  • a completed bachelors degree 
  • 4 years of full time work experience (3 years if you already have a masters degree) 

Students without a completed bachelors degree can, in some cases, be admitted based on prior learning and work experience. 

Take the course or build a degree

This course can be integrated in an Executive Master of Management.

The course awards 15 credits, a masters degree consists of 90 credits. Should you choose to take more masters level courses later, you can accumulate a complete masters degree. The combination of courses is up to you, based on your learning goals and career plans.

Modules and course content

This course is conducted through a combination of campus and online learning process. The campus module will consist of two modules of two days each over the course of one semester. Between the modules, there will be ongoing online activities and articles. 
The syllabus is made available as soon as you have been admitted to the course.  

Exams consists of a term paper and a three-day take-home exam. The term paper counts for 60 % of the total grade and can be solved individually or in groups of three students. The take-home exam counts for 40 % of the total grade. 



Sut I. Wong
Sut I. Wong

Course manager and Head of Department and Professor at the Department of Communication and Culture. She is also an adjunct faculty at University of Ljubljana, Research Scientist at SINTEF Digital, and a co-Director of the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society at BI.

Elizabeth Solberg
Elizabeth Solberg

Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Leadership and Organizational Behaviour. Additionally, she is a Senior Researcher at the Institute for Energy Technology in the department of Human-Centred Digitalization. 

Time and effort required

All our courses are structured to fit alongside a job and a personal life. Still - you'll need to dedicate some time.

You'll spend a total of four workdays on modules, plus three days for the written exam.

Additionally, you'll need to make time for reading the course material and writing the term paper. How much time this takes varies widely from student to student, and you can adjust this to fit your other commitments.


This course is eligible for support from the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund.

The tuition fee is charged after study start, normally 1 October. 

Want to know more?

We regularly host informational webinars that you can join (Norwegian page).

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