Getting an MBA in Information Technology puts you in the wagon as one of the top in-demand managers or executives in the IT market. This program equips students with the knowledge and skills in the emerging IT trends and enables students to conceptualize and execute organizational planning in terms of IT infrastructure.
The demand for executives who have extensive IT know-how as well as profound general management knowledge is growing continually. This is where the Executive MBA in Busin
The demand for executives who have extensive IT know-how as well as profound general knowledge in the field of management is growing continually. This is where the Executive MBA in Business & IT at the Technische Universität München and the Institute of Information Management of the University of St Gallen come in.
On the initiative of the "European CIO Association "and "VOICE-Verband der IT-Anwender e.V", the Executive MBA in Business & IT was launched in 2013. In addition, many corporate partners are involved intensively in the program e.g. Atos, Bayer, Henkel, Schindler, and Tata.
The focus of the Executive MBA program is on linking business and IT, as these are essential factors for successful corporate management. The course content is presented interactively by combining extensive, established academic models with practical experience. The transfer of knowledge into a corporate context is made possible by using IT-based examples and cases, and by holding discussions. Countless CIOs, among others, who share their personal experiences and challenges, contribute to the program. Our participants who come from technical backgrounds are given extensive insights into the strategic decision-making process of a company and obtain a deep understanding of chances and risks of IT applications within the general framework of a company....
Do you operate daily in a hectic environment with tight deadlines, varying departmental interests, and limited budgets? You are not the only one. IT's impact on organizat
Why an MBA in Business & IT?
Do you operate daily in a hectic environment with tight deadlines, varying departmental interests, and limited budgets? You are not the only one. IT's impact on organizations is large, and increasing. It gathers a lot of investments, but these do not always produce the desired results, and organizational development processes are often long and complicated. However, IT also enables new organizational structures and business models; developing networks with partners, a more close-knit, interactive connection with customers, and less hierarchical layers within businesses.
IT is no longer a separate department, but part of an organization's strategy, and therefore demands leadership and entrepreneurship in order to stay ahead of the competition. Do you bridge the gap between IT and Business, guaranteeing a successful future?...