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‘Disruption’ has become a buzz word in the business world. But what is a disruptive change-maker? In this course you will learn how to deploy disruptive strategic thinking to develop or protect your organisation’s competitive advantage. The most innovative and successful companies have all fundamentally disrupted and reshaped existing industries, or created completely new ones. But which strategies and technologies can you use to be disruptive and take the next step for your organisation? Via structured learning activities (video lectures, quizzes, discussion prompts and written assessments) you will enhance your ability to think strategically and become your organisation’s disruptive change-maker....

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12 sept. 2020

One of the best course to understand business in current scenario. need to vigil all the time and use all the technology advancement and keep ready to change as per yet to come in future.

25 juil. 2019

Thank you for your motivation.\n\nI enjoyed this course especially self assessment and reviewing peer's work.\n\nI will follow your discussions and updates.\n\nBest regards, P.Khanittha

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12 juil. 2020

This is a very good course. It was very nice to learn it. Explaination was very nice and clear.

par Kevin p j

18 oct. 2020

a great lecture, but i would love it more if there were more models

par AZIZ B M

30 sept. 2020


par Dr.Balu L

4 août 2020



17 juil. 2020


par Amir B

28 oct. 2020

the topics covered are interesting, but are dealt with in an excessively superficial way.

Entire lessons see the teacher presenting a long list of points, but without them being explained or deepened in any way.

The only really interesting thing about the course are the bibliographical references it presents.

But from a course on this level I expect it to address and explain the topics, not just tell me where to study.