Material announced in Moodle
The course is completed remotely. The topics of the course are independently studied through a pre-assignment, course video readings, other reported material and assignments. The development task of the course is to draw up a plan for the company in groups on the implementation, measurement and management of digital transformation. In connection with the development task, An introduction lecture, guidance sessions and a seminar day are arranged remotely during the course.
Basics of evaluation: pre-assignment Moodle environment tasks, group development task, its presentation and related material, self-assessment and peer review
02.05.2023 - 31.05.2023
21.11.2022 - 31.03.2023
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Faculty of Business and Hospitality Management (LAB)
LAB Master's Degree students in business administration and LUT university's master's degree students in industrial engineering are primarily accepted for the course.
Master's Degree Programme in Business Administration, International Tourism and Event Management
The development task is carried out at the workplace of the member selected by the group
PLEASE NOTE: The course will be organized during May 2023. The teacher will inform of the course details via e-mail on 2 May. There will be 10 days to complete the pre-assginment, after which the course introduction session will be organized on 12 May. The group guidance will be book as agreed on during the course. The Final seminar of the course will be on 31 May. - Students will be accepted for the course after the registration period, by an email that is sent to the students who have been accepted the course, including information on the online learning environment of the course. The pre-assignment of the course will open with the Moodle implementation simultaneously. Virtual Contact Days: 12.5.2023 @ 9:15 - 16:00 31.5.2023 @ 9:15 - 16:00
5 credits (135h)
- digital transformation - digitalisation as part of an organisation strategy - digital adoption in the organisation - measuring and assessing the effects of digitalisation;
Did not reach level 1
The student is able to: - search for information/data sources and justify the choice, use and usefulness of the data/data sources; - plan and evaluate organisation-level development processes - is able to lead himself and act actively and responsibly
In addition to Level 1, the student is able to: -solve demanding problems in research and/or innovation - take responsibility for the community's goal-oriented learning/competence development in a strategy-oriented manner;
In addition to Level 3, the student is able to: - use, critically and innovatively, domestic and international sources of information in their specific areas of expertise; - is able to evaluate and develop operations/strategy/management