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Digital Transformation: Learn From the Past

EIT Urban Mobility

Digital Transformation: Learn From the Past

In this course Digital Transformation: Learn From the past, you'll delve into the patterns and cycles that have emerged over time in digital transformation. You will gain tools to recognize and analyse the impact of technology in a variety of contexts though the understanding of how models and theories can be used to make informed predictions about the future of digital transformation and the opportunities it presents.

You will be guided through engaging lectures, and hands-on activities that will deepen your understanding and sharpen your skills. By the end of the course, you'll have a firm grasp on the key concepts of digital transformation, and you'll be well-equipped to apply these insights to your own work or personal projects.

With this course, you will gain a competitive edge in today's rapidly changing digital landscape to take the first step towards mastering the theories and models of digital transformation.

This is the first MOOC of the Specialization: Digital Transformation: A Changing Society.

Course Instructor

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Martin Vendel

Dr. Martin Vendel holds the position as Academy Director at EIT Urban Mobility. He has experience from academic research and teaching combined with industrial experience from large multinational corporations and startups. Dr. Vendel has experience from a number of executive and board positions, with a focus on corporate strategy, marketing, business development and industry transformation. The last years with a focus on technology driven transformation and change.

About EIT Urban Mobility

EIT Urban Mobility is an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). Since January 2019 we have been working to encourage positive changes in the way people move around cities in order to make them more liveable places. We aim to become the largest European initiative transforming urban mobility. Co-funding of up to € 400 million (2020-2026) from the EIT, a body of the European Union, will help make this happen.

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