MMBM08: Digital Change, Innovation, and Disruption
In this module, you will explore leadership, sustainable innovation, and change in a digital setting.
In this module:
Traditional marketing has experienced significant disruption from the digital world. You will study how these disruptive technologies have confronted traditional marketing across infrastructure, processes, people, and culture to support a business’ growth. You will build the confidence to critically analyse and reflect about your own experiences of innovation and change while developing your leadership skills to communicate and drive change to stakeholders. You will engage with theories of creativity and contemporary frameworks of designing and implementing digital transformation.
This module is worth 30 credits. You’ll be assessed through a 2,000-word written report and an individual presentation, both weighted at 50%. You’ll be scheduled with 30 contact hours with your lecturer.
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Ryan, D. and Jones, C. (2012), Understanding Digital Marketing: Marketing strategies for engaging the digital generation. London, Kogan Page.Start application