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Lancaster University Management School (LUMS)

Lancaster, Lancashire, United Kingdom

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Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) is the business school of Lancaster University in Lancaster, England. The School was established in 1964. A full range of subjects are taught, ranging from undergraduate degrees to postgraduate degrees including MBAsPhDs and post-experience executive education. The Financial Times ranks Lancaster University's MBA programme 35th in the world (in 2016).

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Digital technologies have changed how organisations are making business by enabling them to transform their activities and create innovative value propositions. This programme offers a range of opportunities to help you understand how to harness technology, manage its effects to gain competitive advantage, open up new business markets, and streamline core organisational processes.

You will be introduced to the ever-changing digital landscape, and learn how different technologies contribute to the new ways of thinking for digital businesses. You will benefit from hands-on experience of core technologies that underlie modern digital businesses, and you develop your knowledge in examining the role and impact of information and technology in contemporary organisations. You will also gain an in depth understanding of the distinctive challenges associated with management in a digital world.

The knowledge you will gain will provide you with the skills to assess the business ecosystems, analyse organisational cultures and behaviour, and understand their impact on the implementation of digital innovation within real-world business challenges.

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With industrial and academic background in management of business and information systems, with particular experience in ICT industry; I have developed my career as an enterprise business analyst and strategic technology consultant. After receiving my MSc’s degree, I have been employed as a business developer with a small business/IT firm, currently I am working within the enterprise architecture domain. I have increased my successful business deals with high level strategic analysis and Advisory for building IT systems that aligned to business strategy. I have a strong academic background (teaching and research) in IS and operation management, currently I am appointed as a research fellow in UoN. I believe that I can apply my combination of knowledge and experience to any business filed, whatever it challenging my experience. Specialties: enterprise modelling, business modeling, business process re-engineering/modeling, enterprise architecture, solution advisory, socio-technical systems, management and system quality, business development, system modeling, IT architectures, knowledge management and change management.

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With industrial and academic background in management of business and information systems, with particular experience in ICT industry; I have developed my career as an enterprise business analyst and strategic technology consultant. After receiving my MSc’s degree, I have been employed as a business developer with a small business/IT firm, currently I am working within the enterprise architecture domain. I have increased my successful business deals with high level strategic analysis and Advisory for building IT systems that aligned to business strategy. I have a strong academic background (teaching and research) in IS and operation management, currently I am appointed as a research fellow in UoN. I believe that I can apply my combination of knowledge and experience to any business filed, whatever it challenging my experience. Specialties: enterprise modelling, business modeling, business process re-engineering/modeling, enterprise architecture, solution advisory, socio-technical systems, management and system quality, business development, system modeling, IT architectures, knowledge management and change management.

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