Projetos de Inovação Digital
In the past, many organizations adopted an information management strategy grounded in a system of records, which provided them a competitive advantage. Due the technological advances in computing and how these systems can be accessed, new forms of systems of intelligence are emerging through embedded technologies such as Internet of Things, Blockchain, Machine Learning, Big Data an Analytics. These data-driven systems of innovation are enabling digital disruption and new business models. However, many organizations don?t know what steps to take, where to begin their journey to digital, or how to be sure they won?t waste resources on innovation they can?t implement throughout their organization to drive better results. Thus, the discipline of Digital Innovation Systems focuses on how these new technologies can be infused in the current information systems and act as the building blocks to organizations build their digital innovation system. Students will have the opportunity to materialize the above technologies in training activities in SAP business applications and present their work to SAP, SAP partner and/or customers.
Tiago André Gonçalves Félix de Oliveira
Weekly - Available soon
Total - Available soon
Portuguese. If there are Erasmus students, classes will be taught in English
Approved in Information Systems course.
Laudon, Kenneth C. and Laudon (2017). Management Information Systems (15th Edition), Prentice Hall, ISBN: 978-0134639710
Plattner, Hasso, and Bernd Leukert (2015). The in-memory revolution. (3rd Edition), Springer Science & Business Media, 2015, ISBN: 978-3-319-16673-5
Piccoli, Gabriele and Pigni, Federico (2016). Information Systems for Managers with Cases (3rd Edition), Prospect Press.
The Digital Transformation of Business. HBR - Harvard Business Review Analytic Services Report, 2015.
Gens, Frank. ?The 3rd Platform: Enabling Digital Transformation.? IDC (2013): 1-13.
Gaughan, Dennis. "Accelerating Innovation by Adopting a Pace-Layered Application Strategy." Gartner (2015): 1-19.
Theoretical and practical classes.
a) Case study analysis and presentation: 40%
b) Project: 60%
1. Digital Core. From a system of records to a system of differentiation to a system of innovation.
2. Build a digital innovation with In-memory, SaaS and cloud computing in information management.
3. Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Blockchain, Big Data and Analytics.
4. Development of an innovation light-house project.
Programs where the course is taught: