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Innovation in Information Technology Management

Description:
"The most successful firms are those that have been able to systematically exploit innovation 1." Institution innovation to create value is not an easy task rather; it is complex, cross-functional, and results-oriented endeavor. Traditionally, investment in research and development, implementing change, or enhancing creativity were considered necessary ingredients for innovation. Today, technological breakthroughs are the primary drivers of innovation. A new category of technology has emerged that when used effectively makes the innovation process more economical and ameliorates some of its uncertainties. The course starts with addressing five basic questions on innovation: what, when, where, who, and how. We describe innovation models, the importance of timing in innovation, the globali

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2017 Fall

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01 7223 |
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TBD TBD
Session: Regular
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Capacity: 30
Enrolled: 0
Status: Closed
Credits: 3/3
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