Leading Digital Transformation
AMA Toronto presents:
Leading Digital Transformation, facilitated by the Schulich Executive Education Centre.
9 out of 10 organizations are taking steps to broaden their base of digital expertise. Why not be ahead of the curve?
AMA Toronto is teaming up with the Schulich Executive Education Centre (SEEC) to offer an exclusive executive program that will provide a foundational understanding of what it takes to successfully lead digital transformation and generate value for consumers in a rapidly changing environment. Through this program, participants will receive the necessary tools to build their digital leadership capability and successfully manage change and drive innovation into the future.
Blended program includes in-class, collaborative, and applied learning, plus networking with peers and industry experts
Program learning features:
- Instructors and keynote speakers include both academics and practitioners.
- Customized content and case studies on digital transformation topics.
- Interactive, engaging in-class learning modules and online collaboration tools.
- Apply the concepts covered to your own organization throughout the course.
Top reasons to choose this program:
- Build your capability as a digital transformation leader at any level.
- Three days of in-class study (one day every three weeks), plus group and applied learning.
- Network with peers and digital experts throughout the program.
- Develop a personal action plan that links changes in behavior to business results.
- Work on an individual digital transformation challenge and apply key learnings to enhance your business operations.
This program is designed to help participants:
- Assess their own strategic leadership capabilities.
- Develop understanding of industry complexities, terminology, and case studies.
- Apply knowledge and key learnings in context of own experience.
Benefit from a combination of in-class, social and applied learning:
The program will be comprised of three in-classroom sessions, running over a one month period. Between sessions, students will be tasked to apply the learning and framework learnt in the classroom. Students will also have the opportunity for peer-to-peer learning and networking, through case work and breakout sessions.
During the in-classroom sessions, senior executives will be invited to lead a short discussion on a digital topic of relevance to the group.
Leading digital transformation in a turbulent world: January 24, 2019
Taming Disruptive Digital Transformation with Ron Babin: In order to keep pace with and prevail over the competition, the strategic value of rapidly changing information technologies such as social, mobile, analytics, and cloud – SMAC – cannot be ignored. Technology specialists can develop the infrastructure, but real effectiveness depends on business leaders with bigger picture insights who can lead IT implementation to achieve strategic priorities.
This session will demystify the four game-changing technologies, examining the capabilities, enablers and constraints. Participants will understand and explore potential opportunities for innovative competitive advantage.
Strategic foresight and agile thinking: February 7, 2019
Strategic Foresight with Megan Mitchell: Innovative businesses understand that the development of innovative products and services utilizes a different approach to product and service development than traditional incremental thinking. Using the most relevant tools and techniques, with a focus on user needs at the outset, increases the likelihood that proposed solutions will achieve commercial success.
The Internet of Everything with Alex Manu: Discover the possibilities present at the intersection between latent needs and current technology through enhanced awareness of macro trends and global behaviour shifts.
The introduction to your Action Learning Project--led by Program Director Megan Mitchell--will take place on this date.
Managing the workforce for tomorrow: February 20, 2019
Managing the Workplace for Tomorrow with Shane Saunderson: Speculating on the future of technology integration into our offices and employees, this talk shares perspectives on how our role as workers is evolving and what risks and implications we need to consider as we tackle with topics like mass job loss, distributed working, and maker culture.
This session looks at the challenges and opportunities facing organizations and leaders given the growing impact of this digitalization and technology. Participants will learn how to develop effective business strategies to successfully manage transformational change.
The Applied Learning Project presentations and feedback– led by Megan Mitchell--will also take place this day.
For a closer look at the faculty professionals leading this course, click here.
- All classes take place in downtown Toronto, at the Miles S. Nadal Management Centre, 222 Bay Street.
- Course includes all teaching materials, lunches and refreshments.
- AMA members will receive a 10% discount.
- Multiple registration (over 3) can benefit from a corporate discount of 5% per employee.
FEE: CAD$ 4,750.00
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