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OIM7535

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP IN TECHNOLOGY

OIM7535

Course Description:

OIM7535: Thought Leadership in Technology
(Previously MIS7535)
3 elective credits

**Students who took this as MIS7535 cannot register for this course**

A technology thought leader has a well-developed understanding and ways of reasoning about the impact of technology on business and society; can identify patterns of technological transformation; can critically evaluate emerging ideas, practices and technologies; and is sought after because of their ability to contribute to the conversation, inspire and lead change. As future managers, executives, entrepreneurs and consultants, graduate students in business should identify and walk their path towards technology thought leadership.

Through research, reflection, peer critique, presentations and extensive writing, this course will help you develop a personal and critical understanding of technology in your area of interest, publish your insights, position yourself as an emergent technology thought leader, and promote your professional growth.

Prerequisite: none

Department:

Operations and Information Management

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

3

Course Programs:

Graduate