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Executive Education

Leading Digital Transformation

Leading Digital Transformation

Executive Certificate

Language : English

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SAILING THE WINDS OF DIGITAL DISRUPTION AND EMBRACING DECENTRALIZED ORGANIZATIONS

By 2030, 50% of the major companies we know today will have disappeared. If they want to survive, all organizations throughout the world have to ask themselves a fundamental question - how can they acquire the agility of a start-up in structures with hundreds or even thousands of employees? The answer to this question is to create and develop a new form of company.

 

We are in the throes of a transition where every publication has to think of their digital strategy.– Bill Gates

Objectives

The program will enable you to:

  • Learn from the best practices and failures in digital transformation of a variety of companies
  • Acquire insights into the process of digital transformation (How to organize your company for innovation? How to deal with disruption?)
  • Develop a global vision of digital transformation that cuts across business functions and addresses the integrated role of technologies, people, and usage behaviors
  • Experiment with new technologies and online platforms to gain hands-on experience of the challenges and opportunities that are generated by the adoption of digital tools

Academic Director(s)

Albert Meige
ALBERT MEIGE
Academic Director at HEC Paris EMBA Major/Executive Certificate in Leading Digital Transformation
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Program content

Consists of two 5-day sessions

Session 1 : Paris Week

[Paris, France] Understand the strategies digital players leverage to disrupt traditional value chains, acquire an overview of what makes the companies of tomorrow so specific compared with those of today.

Session 2 : San Francisco Week

[San Francisco, USA] Focus on the transformation itself and how to lead it effectively, have a far better understanding on what is going on. The primary aim of the Major is to help you ask yourself the right questions rather than providing ready-made...

Customize your learning journey

This program opens access to :

THE HEC PARIS EXECUTIVE MBA 

Credits gained on successful completion of this program can be used towards the HEC Paris Executive MBA (EMBA), as the program is also a specialization within the EMBA. The EMBA selection process applies to all candidates.

80 / 500

The 80 hours of this program can be used to complete the 500 hours of the Executive MBA program 

Find out more from the brochure

The program is aimed at:

Individuals who want to take a leading role in digital transformation.

Executives who are responsible for, or play (or want to play) a major role in the strategic development of a business function.

Managers working in all business functions

 

Executive Certificate Leading Digital Transformation

Format: Two one-week sessions
Duration: 10 days
Language: English
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Cost: 16450 €*

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Thaline Buzanello
Thaline Buzanello
Admissions & Sales Assistant
Campus HEC

Learn in different environments

Learn in two cities around the world

The different locations enable you to experience the world of business from different angles and cultural perspectives. You will also be able to take a step back and develop your skills with hands-on training that you can apply as soon as you return to your company.

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I have to say that I particularly appreciated the impressive quality and diversity of the speakers and the professors."

Valéry Bollier

Valéry Bollier

Certificat Executive Leading Digital Transformation

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