IT Management in the Digital Transformation Age COMP 9698

Temporarily Online

Our IT Management in the Digital Transformation Age course – offered in partnership with Three O Project Solutions Inc. – takes a 360-degree view of an IT manager's role (from strategic thinking to tactical deployment). Get an introduction to enterprise IT governance frameworks that ensure the alignment of IT departmental goals with business objectives. Study IT capability and capacity management models, and learn how to plan, develop and deploy human resources to fulfill corresponding IT functions. Examine sourcing strategies for non-essential, routine and selective IT functions, and consider why and how cloud services can be deployed as an effective sourcing tool. Finally, learn how to harness big data, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and other emerging technologies to create an IT innovation centre that enables business solutions and supports the company’s digital transformation journey.


Course Delivery Method:

This is normally an in-class course but will be offered temporarily online via Blackboard Learn while college buildings are closed.


You must have completed all the other compulsory courses in our IT Management Program. (An approved equivalent is also acceptable.)


You will have the most success in this course if you already have a basic knowledge of the role/functions of an IT department within an enterprise and a minimum of three years of IT-related work experience before you start this course, but technical IT experience is not required.

Hours and Fees




(includes a non-refundable materials fee of $110)

Course Sections

There are no classes currently scheduled for this course; however, check back in case we develop additional schedules for the current academic year (through August 2022). If you would like to receive an email notification reminder when our fall term (September to December 2022) is released, complete our notification sign-up form.
Technology Department

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