Now more than ever, corporations are investing heavily in IT. The quality of these investments affect the daily work of millions, yet it’s not uncommon to see industry surveys where the failure rates for IT projects is over 50%. It’s possible to do better and it’s possible to do so consistently. In this two-week course, we’ll step through major challenges within corporate IT and how to address them with the disciplined use of design thinking, Lean Startup, and agile as a team framework.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM CUSTOMER-CENTRIC IT STRATEGY
Aulas curtas, com conteudo apresentado de forma prática e didática, recomendo
Excellent content, and some of the examples are actually related to real life scenarios. It's good to focus on small and medium businesses instead of talking about Fortune 500 companies all the time
Could have been slower and had more hands-on experience. Very quick to go through parts of the content and assume learners are picking it all up easily.
Great short course. Appreciated the perspective of both non profit and for profit situations.
About the Leading the Modern Day Business Specialization
The modern day business is a dynamic enterprise, and leading it now needs a conglomerate of essential skills, ranging from design thinking and digital transformation, to product management and IT.
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