Digital Disruption and the Technology Fallacy

This course provides business leaders with insights from a four-year research study on digital enterprise. It highlights why an organization's response to digital disruption should focus on people and processes and not necessarily on technology. If you need help navigating this course, watch the brief how-to video on the eLearning homepage.

RIBO accredited for 1 Management hour.
AIC #54429 ICM #34137
Approved in Saskatchewan for 1 CE hour.
BC brokers may submit their certificate to ICBC.

Course contents

Presented by

Gerald C. Kane, Ph.D.

 Boston, MA
Dr. Gerald C. Kane is a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Business School and author of the Amazon bestseller on digital transformation, The Technology Fallacy: How People are the Real Key to Digital Transformation. He is also a Professor of Information Systems and the Faculty Director of the Edmund H. Shea Center for Entrepreneurship at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management.
Dr. Kane is a Senior Editor at MIS Quarterly. His published research has appeared in many academic journals including Information Systems Research, Marketing Science, Harvard Business Review, and several others. He speaks internationally to executive audiences on digital disruption and teaches on emerging technology and digital business to undergraduate, graduate, and executive education students worldwide. His website is profkane.com.