France, Paris and Rome

Digital Disruption Management: European Strategies and Practices

when 25 June 2018 - 20 July 2018
language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 8 EC

This summer program is organised in partnership with the University Paris- Dauphine. The program will last a total of four weeks – two at Université Paris-Dauphine and two at LUISS in Rome. The two weeks in Paris will be focused on developing a broad understanding of digital disruption and its implications for organizations and innovation. The two weeks in Rome will be more concentrated on the acquisition of practical skills in managing digital disruption.

Course leader

Prof. Anouk Mukherjee (Paris-Dauphine) and Prof. Paolo Spagnoletti (LUISS University, Rome).

Course aim

The program aims to develop a broad understanding of the manner in which disruption has manifested itself over time and the specific impacts it has had on the world of work and organizations.

Once the nature of digital disruption will be understood, students will learn about how managers can respond with specific tools and methods. Managing digital disruption requires a flexible approach based on learning from experience. It also requires a constant awareness of the ethical implications of lessons learned. Combining the unique expertise and resources of Université Paris-Dauphine and LUISS, students will acquire knowledge and skills through lectures, seminars, visits to various organizations, workshops, lab activities and hands-on group projects.

Fee info

EUR 0: Included in the fees:

Public transport within Paris and Rome
Flight from Paris to Rome
Access to the universities’ services (cafeteria, library, etc.)
EUR 3500: Accomodation included (in Paris and Rome)
Included in the fees:

Public transport within Paris and Rome
Flight from Paris to Rome
Access to the universities’ services (cafeteria, library, etc.)