Course Description

Understanding how to solve digital technologies is a key pillar in an organization's digital transformation. Through virtual classrooms and online workshops, this course will introduce you to "the art of the possible," and how organizations can transform their performance through digital solutions, providing a framework for innovation through digital technologies that enable organizations, businesses, and individuals to build a unique competitive advantage.

We will introduce you to the "what" and the "how" of digital solutions, exploring how digital technologies are the key components of digital solutions, as well as explore how the pathways and processes to implementing digital solutions. You will have an opportunity to learn how to evaluate risk, effort, and business value of digital solutions through real-life examples and benefit from the shared experiences of experts.

Through a final capstone project, you will have the opportunity to connect your learning back to your organization, business, or towards your career aspirations.  


Learner Outcomes

  • Discuss the most common digital enabling technologies.
  • Explore how digital enabling technologies can be applied to digital solutions.
  • Describe the key functions of these technologies.
  • Identify opportunities for the application of digital technologies.
  • Describe how digital technologies can be used to deliver business value.
  • Articulate common risks and issues.
  • Explain marketplace digital technology offerings and some vendor specialisms.

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Section Title
Digital Solutioning
Internet Paced
Nov 10, 2020 to Dec 15, 2020
Contact Hours
Delivery Options
Course Fee(s)
Tuition non-credit $1,500.00
Service charge(s)
  • Tech Fee ($10)
Drop Request Deadline
Sep 10, 2020 to Nov 18, 2020
Transfer Request Deadline
Sep 10, 2020 to Nov 18, 2020
Withdrawal Request Deadline
Nov 19, 2020 to Dec 04, 2020
Section Notes

This course is delivered over 6 weeks in 4 hour sessions, one per week – (24 Hours)
Participants can expect up to 3 hours of project work each week between sessions for 5 weeks – (15 hours) as well as the opportunity to discuss specific questions with the instructor up to 1 hour per week (5 hours).
Estimated total of 45 hours. (Project work times may vary, week to week and attendee to attendee).

Instructor led group discussions will be held via Zoom every week. Sessions are Tuesdays from 8am to 12pm, November 10 - December 15th.

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