The “disruption” phenomenon that markets are experiencing in recent years has a direct impact on the evolution of society starting from the technological sphere and entering economic and social realities. The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the process, fostering a maturation/awareness of the current condition as never before.
In the corporate world, the impact has been strong and noticeable. And, as a consequence of the various changes that have taken place, companies today need to identify new ways of competing and creating value: they must organize according to new logics and organization models.This is Digital Transformation, a keyword that can be found on every strategic memo of every firm, now focused on migrating process towards technology.This shift requires a mental change first of all, implying new leadership skills and attitudes.
The ExO – Exponential Organization model is an empirically relevant alternative to disruption and represents a credible and effective response to the challenges of the VUCA (volatile, ambiguous, uncertain) world. Drawn from an analysis of major digital technology platforms such as Google, Spotify or Airbnb, ExO is being used by a growing number of traditional companies such as P&G, Visa, Stanley Black&Decker in their strategy to adapt and respond to the challenges of disruption. This implies focusing on Customers, Competition Data, innovation and Value creation.
27.03. – 31.03.2023.
15.05. – 19.05.2023.
03.07. – 07.07.2023.
25.09. – 29.09.2023.
Through real case studies and managerial work tools, by the end of the course the student will have worked on:
Fee: EUR 1.400
Included in fees:
-20+ hours of lecturing and trainings
-1 industrial visit
-5 lunches (main course, dessert and soft drink) coffee/tea/water during the breaks
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