The pace of digital transformation continues to speed up dramatically. No industries have been left untouched any many business risk being left behind. That’s why IMD business school is launching a new series of short programs (2.5 days) on digital business transformation to boost business leaders and senior managers’ digital skills and create new value for their companies. As a response to the digital threats and opportunities that have arisen from the profound affect technology is having on the business world, IMD previously launched Leading Digital Business Transformation.
Thanks to the success of that program and demand by participants who completed it, IMD is now rolling out a series of short programs on focused in-depth facets of digital business: An introduction to today’s most disruptive technologies called the Digital Bootcamp; Digital Strategy; Digital Execution; and Digital Leadership. These four new programs will be launched this year at IMD, and others on digital analytics and finance are to come next year.

“These courses are meant to take executives on a learning journey through the digital landscape,” says IMD Professor Misiek Piskorski, Director of the Series. “Whether executives are new to digital, changing responsibilities, experienced in digital or are already undergoing transformation, there are courses for everyone.”

The digital acceleration series programs will be held as several 2.5 day sessions throughout the year and can be taken as part of a journey to explore numerous areas of today’s digital business landscape.

These add to IMD’s already robust offering of programs focused on doing business in today’s increasingly digital world:

Leading Digital Business Transformation
Digital Supply Chain Management
Digital Marketing Strategies
Digital Disruption (online-based)

IMD is also home to the Digital Business Transformation Center, an IMD and Cisco Initiative

Find out more about the Digital Business Acceleration Series
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