We are in a time of exciting change full of opportunity. Digital services are helping organizations to compete in the modern digital economy. This new digital era, known as the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ which is characterized by the unavoidable interaction between humans, digital technologies and physical assets, has created an increasingly fastpaced and complex environment, requiring organizations to be more agile, better equipped to adapt what they do, and ready to adopt new ways of working to succeed.
The Digital and IT Strategy course adds a new perspective to the ITIL 4 guidance and elevates the discussion to an organizational strategy level.
The course enables IT and digital leaders to influence and drive strategic business decisions through creating an appropriate digital strategy aligned to the wider business goals, understanding how business and IT leaders respond to digital disruption and exploiting the ITIL 4 framework to support organizations on their challenging digital transformation journey.
The course will cover how ITIL 4 can be integrated with emerging practices and new technologies to meet new internal and external challenges in the age of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA).
In this course, there is a mandatory case study assessment for student to pass prior to taking up the actual exam. This assessment is an open-book assessment with the passing score of 75% (30 correct out of 40).