ICT 4025 - Technology and Innovation Management
Leaders of innovative firms build commitment to new directions, re-design structures to support new missions, and transform cultures. This course concentrates on the implementation of business strategy through effective structures and systems. Students learn why only 7% of companies are able to revitalize their organization once growth has stalled; students also learn what to do about it. Students analyze key aspects of strategic deployment, including organizational structure, cross-functional teams, product development, business model design, and change management. The course concludes with students developing a strategy for implementing an innovation. In this course students integrate the areas of knowledge covered in the ICT Foundations courses and the Technology Management concentration. It should be taken as the last of the four required courses in the Technology Management concentration. Prerequisites: ICT 4010, ICT 4015, ICT 4020, ICT 4100.
NOTE: This course is not offered this term. Please refer to the annual schedule for Information And Communications Technology to see the next time this course is offered.