Economies and markets today are no longer limited to the exchange of products and services - for the introduction of digital technologies has progressively transformed our the production and consumption of our products, services and ideas. As an individual, we are no longer judged by our intrinsic qualities, but by the quality of the impressions we leave. As a manager, we no longer evaluate ideas and markets directly, but with the help of "facts", opinions, and experiences created by this fourth industrial revolution.
Teaching Language : English or French
Course Hours : 15 or 30 hours
- Learning Goals
In this module, we will explore how the digital economy has conditioned perceptions of ourselves, our communities and our challenges. During our conferences and workshops, we will study the impact of the digital economy on our perceptions of skills, leadership, values, and networks using case studies examples from a wide range of industries and trades. Using a storytelling format, we will discuss the implications for the development of our mindsets, careers, communities.
- Learning Outcomes
Participants will be working to develop their knowledge and skills in the following areas:
- Apprehending individual and group behavior, objectives and actions.
- Evaluating the evolution of the concepts of business theory, epistemology, qualitative and quantitative analyses.
- Understanding how digital technologies can enrich the documentation, production, organization and communication of research
- Concepts and theories to which students are exposed during the course