Digital Transformation

This century calls for entrepreneurs and business leaders to be involved in innovation and creativity. Having a strong understanding of the advantages to be at the leading edge of technology, innovation and creativity are the skills managers need to understand in order to have a big advantage in the marketplace. This course can be considered a toolkit for practical applications that will allow for successful innovation project planning and execution. Using real-World projects and examples, students will be able to use course content and learning materials to develop their own small to medium digital innovation and transformation related businesses in the near future.
This course will contribute to the Thailand 4.0 initiative. With cooperation with the Digital Enterprise Promotion Agency and the Board of Investment’s Smart Visa program. Students will be given the opportunity to communicate and cooperate on ideas and projects with Australian undergraduate students from the University of Melbourne, the University of Southern Queensland, and Engineers without Borders. This will be particularly useful for those who wish to put together their own innovative business ideas in an international context.
Topics covered in this course
Module 1 – Managing Innovation

Module 2 - Product Lifecycle

Module 3 - Organisational Growth

Module 4 - Digital Innovation: Feasibility and Viability

Module 5 - Design Thinking

Module 6 - Digital Innovation: Assessment

Module 7 - Digital Innovation: Issues – Organisational Aspects, Digital Trust, Sharing Economy and Digital Ethics

Module 8 - Digital Innovation: Issues – Technology Issues

Module 9 - Digital Innovation: Technology Risk

Module 10 - Digital Innovation: Implementation

This total course is one year long, with one thirty-minute lecture each week based on module content. This is to allow professionally employed people to competently complete the course and to be ready for digital transformation from a managerial perspective.