Preliminary public information for, subject to change:
Preliminary info last published 29/03-19
Offered to guest students:
Offered as a single subject:
Price (single subject):
10625 DKK (incl. vat)
Master of Science in Information Technology (Digital Innovation and Management)
27 January 2020
31 August 2020
AbstractThe goal of the course is to make students able to navigate and become active participants in the changing and increasingly complex service economy.
DescriptionService economies are becoming more complex as existing service systems are increasingly interconnected. While individuals are paying with their smartphones, watching Internet-TV, or calling friends via voice-over-IP, companies use integrated service systems for business intelligence or orchestrate complicated service sourcing networks with their vendors. Thus, understanding service economies is becoming increasingly crucial for prudent management of emerging service systems You will learn to analyze and reflect on service economic phenomena and as managerial and organizational issues. The course will cover various example topics of the interconnected service systems that have been introduced at an amazing rate in the last decade.
Intended learning outcomes
After the course, the student should be able to:
Ordinary examExam type:
B: Oral exam, external (7-trinsskala)
B22: Oral exam with no time for preparation.
For the examination, students will draw a question. There is no time for preparation.
The examination will last 20 minutes including time for assessment and feedback.