The National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School and Great Learning have partnered to offer its Digital Transformation Program. This program is designed to give mid- and senior-level professionals a comprehensive framework for implementing digital transformation across all business units within their organizations.
“We are convinced that this digital transformation program in collaboration with Great Learning would allow professionals to not only effectively drive the adoption of digital technologies, but also to explore new areas of activity in order to evolve exponentially. With Great Learning’s broad reach across continents, we look forward to democratizing the teaching of digital skills to a wide range of learners,” said Jai Arya, Head of Executive Education, NUS Business School.
The program would be delivered by faculty at NUS Business School and would be aimed at C-suite leaders and entrepreneurs looking to leverage digital technologies to make strategic decisions and grow their businesses.
“Regardless of industry, sector or business function, every organization must embrace new methods and technologies to deliver a better customer experience. With an unparalleled curriculum designed by NUS Business School, this program would be a game-changer for businesses and their workforce looking to scale by leveraging digital technologies,” said Arjun Nair, Co-Founder of Great Learning.
The three-month program aims to impart the full spectrum of digital skills needed to implement and leverage cutting-edge technologies in businesses to catalyze growth in the phygital age. It requires four to six hours of weekly commitment from learners and includes assignments and activities for better application of concepts. The program covers topics such as the landscape of digitization and the impact of disruption, strategies and new business models, the design thinking process, digitization of core operations and supply chain, l big data analytics and machine learning, as well as digital marketing and customer outreach. Upon completion of the program, learners will earn a certificate from NUS Business School. One of the strengths of the program is that no prior technical knowledge is required.
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