Digital technologies are the main driver of innovation in the modern world. Digital infrastructure, e-business and social media are transforming markets and everyday life around the world. New business models powered by digital platforms and ecosystems provide entrepreneurs with a number of tools to start new companies and enable leaders of large organizations to improve productivity and profitability. New waves of innovation driven by data science and the Internet of Things are opening unprecedented opportunities for change in the future.
The program “Digital Innovation Management” is aimed at training professionals, product owners, technology entrepreneurs with knowledge and practical skills in digital technology management. A key feature of the program is close interaction with high-tech business to develop students' skills and understand how key management decisions are made and applied in the development and implementation of digital technologies.
Microeconomics; Macroeconomics; Finance, Money, Credit; Analysis of Financial Statements; Sociology of Management; Economic Political Science; Business Cost Valuation (elective); Securities Market and Stock Exchange (elective).
Basics of Business; Management and Modern Business Models (in English); Project Management; Organizational Behavior, Operations Management; Manufacturing Engineering; Lean manufacturing principles; Change Management.
Database; Programming and Data Analysis with Python; Information Technology in Professional Activities; Metrology, Standardization and Certification of Software Products.
Operations Management; Project Management; Marketing; Financial Management; Human Resource Management; Strategic management; Innovation and Modern Business Models; Corporate Governance; Risk Management.
Internet of Things; Fundamentals of Mechatronics and Robotics; Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence; Artificial Intelligence Systems in Business Intelligence; Prototyping and Creation of a Digital Production Model; Intelligent Power System Management.
Fundamentals of Business and Public Communication; Cross-Cultural Communications; Team building and group work training; Public Relations in Politics and Business; Logic. Theory of argumentation (in English)