This course examines Information Age leadership and organizations. It describes the successful Information Age leader and organization as constantly learning and adapting to an increasingly complex, changing, and information-rich environment. Emphasis is placed on “out-of-the-box” thinking, individual and organizational innovation, and the processes and structures that enhance an organization’s ability to learn, adapt, and compete in the Information Age.
- The course explores the role of information and technology in the Information Age organization.
- The relationships among learning, change, and strategic planning; and the new abilities required for leading in the Information Age.