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Fundación Universitaria Iberoamericana (FUNIBER) Master in Strategic Management in Information Technology
Fundación Universitaria Iberoamericana (FUNIBER)

Master in Strategic Management in Information Technology

Barcelona, Spain

18 Months

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Introduction

Business innovation demanded by modern business management and the immanent existence of the Internet and global society demand companies, organizations, institutions, and daily activities connected to the NICT space to provide technological, commercial, and financial organizational innovations, among many others.

This has led to talk today of computerized companies that have had to go through complex processes of change that have included digitizing and virtualizing business processes, giving rise to new forms and ways of working. This evolution today does not stop.

The Master's program in Strategic Management in Information Technology (MDETI) focuses on developing the concepts and skills to train people capable of giving answers and solutions to these companies and to this evolution.


Importance of graduate training in Strategic Management and IT

Unite the broad field of Administration with the theoretical and applied body of knowledge of Business Strategy together with a global vision of society, and a strong component of analysis of the role of NICT in the strategic processes of business projects in the new economy, demands adequate graduate training for:

  • Give a broad vision of the relationship between NICT and society.
  • Give a complete vision of strategic thinking from business planning to its deployment in NICT strategies.
  • Understand the intimate relationship between business processes, organizational systems and ways of working with the world of NICTs and the Internet.
  • Provide theoretical knowledge on ICT linked to tools and methods in use, and international experiences related to strategic management.
  • Abilities to overcome the unique and unique problems of any activity linked to processes of organizational change derived from the implementation of NICT.
  • Capacities to face scenarios that involve distant work teams, scattered knowledge and construction of particular solutions.
  • Position ICTs in organizations as agents of added value, triggers of change, promoters of reforms and actors in the new economy.


Central concepts of the program: Strategic Management and IT

Studies in the area of Information Technology are located in the space between Business Administration and Technology Management, with an emphasis on generating a vision that unites business and technology. This allows, on the one hand, to understand the Strategic Management when it is aligned with the NICT and, on the other hand, to apply the Strategic Management in the ICT function. In the first case, the new forms of management and business management supported by the NICTs are better understood.

In the second case, a business vision of NICTs is provided when they are considered a strategic resource.

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