IT and Business Transformation OpenCourseWare: A Free Graduate Study Business IT Class by MIT

Published Jan 22, 2009

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'IT and Business Transformation' is a graduate IT course taken by students earning their MBA from MIT's Sloan School of Management. 'IT and Business Transformation' focuses on the aspects of IT that are most critical for high-level managers, like appropriate IT architecture and governance.

IT and Business Transformation: Course Specifics

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IT and Business Transformation: Course Description

Professor Cyrus Gibson created 'IT and Business Transformation' specifically for MBA students in MIT's Sloan School of Management. This seminar course familiarizes students who are training for top-level management positions with the IT challenges they will face. These challenges include industry-level transformations that are brought on by the IT revolution and the problem of effecting change. They also include decisions about what functions should be outsourced and whether the company should rely on Internet-based or in-house IT architecture. 'IT and Business Transformation' also explores case studies describing how IT has revolutionized airline companies and financial firms.

'IT and Business Transformation' OpenCourseWare users can access a list of guest speakers, a course reading list and assignments. If you want more information regarding this free IT course from MIT, you can find it at the business IT course page.

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