Digital Transformation: A Free Online Course from the University of Virginia & Boston Consulting Group

Digital Transformation is a hot topic. But what exactly is digital transformation, and what does it mean for companies? This course developed at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, and led by Darden faculty and Boston Consulting Group experts, will examine the pace of digital change and the imperative it creates for businesses. Students will then examine “what it takes to win in the digital age and how to identify key areas to digitize, including strategy, core processes, and technology.”

By the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • describe the underlying economics of innovation, technology, and market disruptions.
  • weigh the pros and cons of current digital technologies driving advancement.
  • utilize BCG’s digital transformation framework as a “how-to” for digitizing your organization.

You can take Digital Transformation for free by selecting the audit option upon enrolling. If you want to take the course for a certificate, you will need to pay a fee.

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