Operations & Technology Management
Operations Management examines some of the basic principles of managing the production of goods or services, and studies some useful tools. The course emphasizes tools and principles that are equally useful in the service and manufacturing sectors.
Operations Strategy concerns executive-level operations decisions, providing you with a framework to formulate an operations strategy and analyze, value, and optimize the key decisions involved.
Intellectual Capital Management focuses on the use of ideas and knowledge as explicit forms of competitive advantage in the information economy, namely, intellectual property. This course surveys the forms of intellectual property and links the effective procurement and deployment of intellectual property with successful business strategies.
Venture Capital: the Business of Innovation introduces the venture capital (VC) industry, presenting and discussing the players of the industry and their respective roles. Participants experience the life cycle of investment decision making and learn the VC game plan and best practices of the industry.
The Management of Digital Assets: Opportunities, Risks and Unknowns empowers students to manage the leveraging of IT business assets in an informed and disciplined fashion.
Digital Strategy: Individual and Organizational Transformation for a Digital Age offered by Kellogg-Schulich.
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