Digital Business Models -Toward a responsible approach
At a period when most companies are digitizing their business procedures, this is our duty, as a pioneering and leading business school, to provide a bundle of courses and real case studies on the topic of digital transformation. This certificate is the third in a series of seven composing the Digital Transformation track. It goes deep into the topic of digital transformation and innovation.
For that, ESSEC professors have designed an Online Executive Certificate that will teach you how to bridge the gap between technology and humanity. You’ll explore the impact of digital technology on society at large, as well as the essentials of a platform-based approach, for learning how your business and its employees stay ahead of the curve.
You know that the digitization of business is happening now. Hot topics like Digital Business Models and the advent of AI and uberization will bring both challenge and opportunity to the business you work for. Such change call for responsible leadership. This certificate teaches you to navigate the complex ethical landscape of digital disruption.
Through this certificate we provide solid foundations for those whose businesses are undergoing a digital transformation.
Dr. Julien Malaurent is Professor of Information Systems at ESSEC since 2013. He obtained his PhD at ESSEC in 2011 by analyzing the circumvention of information systems developed by users of major international firms.His research is regularly published in the best journals of the discipline such as Journal of Management Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Information Technology. He is also editor of the journal Information Systems Journal.Julien teaches in many programs of initial training and executive education on the theme of digital transformation.Laurent Bibard
Laurent Bibard teaches in all ESSEC programs and his research focuses on ethics, CSR, sustainable development, genders, and projects management. He is particularly concerned by the evolution of management in the uncertain context of globalization. Laurent is director of the Edgar Morin Complexity Chair. He holds PhDs in both Socio-economics (EHESS) and Philosophy (Université Paris IV Sorbonne) and has a double habilitations to direct doctoral research in both disciplines.Thomas Kude
Associate Professor, Information Systems, Decision Sciences and Statistics (IDS) DepartmentAudience
This certificate is dedicated to the following profiles:
Managers who aim to initiate/or take part in a digital transformation project
Managers in charge of innovative projects
Managers who aim at gaining digital skills to reach higher positions