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4 credit points
Disruptive digital technology is reshaping almost every industry and managers already understand the urgency for transformation.
This subject is an applied study of the use of digital technology to solve business problems and exploit new business opportunities. Students explore the theory and practice of digital transformation of organisations and industries from the drivers of digital disruption such as the Internet of Things (IoT), through how people, organisations, and society respond to rapid change and new technologies. The models for leaders and managers that support good transformation practice and the structures and approaches that underpin successful digital transformations are examined.
Finally, this subject also deals with the threat of cybercrime and how business should prepare for managing this risk.
a) Evaluate theoretical frameworks and models relevant to digital transformation in business
b) Critically reflect a range of approaches and practices to digital transformation and the impact of these on business
c) Analyse technology environments to identify digital transformation opportunities
d ) Formulate strategic responses to digital transformation opportunities and risks considering the impact on all stakeholders
Learning outcomes for this subject are assessed using a range of assessment tasks as described in the table below.