Information Technology (IT) courses and specializations teach cloud computing, cyber security, data management, networking, and more. Learn to use computers to meet day-to-day business needs and launch or advance your career in the IT industry.
In this course, you'll be able to describe the underlying economics of innovation, technology, and market disruptions. Additionally, you'll weigh the pros and cons of current digital technologies driving advancement and utilize BCG's digital transformation framework as a "how-to" for digitizing your organization
In this course you’ll learn about core cloud business drivers—specifically Google’s cloud—and gain the knowledge/skills to determine if business transformation is right for you and your team, and build short and long-term projects using the “superpowers” of cloud accordingly.
In this course you will be able to create an analysis-driven product roadmap that will allow you to manage agile workflows when multiple teams across an organization support different goals and milestones of a project.
In this course you will learn how to understand the product development stage, how to differentiate and locate products in the introduction stage of the product life cycle, as well as doing the needed financial analysis for products in different product life cycle stages.
In this course you will be fluent in identifying and analyzing customer journeys for new products and services and in deriving opportunities from your analysis, thus generating positive results for your business venture.
In this course you will be able to design a service blueprint that serves as a point of shared understanding, informs a smooth service process, and collects quantifiable metrics to identify opportunities for continuous improvements.