Frankfurt School Adds a Concentration in Digital Business to Master in Management Program

New concentration to launch this fall

Germany's Frankfurt School of Finance & Management will launch a new Master in Management concentration in Digital Business, beginning this fall.

The new concentration is intended to help students leverage the ubiquity of new technologies to meet organizational challenges and create solutions to business problems.

"Being online 24/7 has become standard and using our smartphone is the first and last thing most of us do every day," according to Daniel Beimborn, a professor in information systems at the Frankfurt School

"Businesses have to react to this trend but often do not know how to. What is the right strategy for today’s digital age? Which organizational and technological capabilities are needed? In order to qualify future managers to successfully handle these questions and challenges, we implemented the new Master in Management concentration in Digital Business."

The new concentration will help prepare grads for a range of post-MiM job opportunities, including working with startups and consulting with organizations on how to transform their businesses by using data and digital technology.

As part of its MiM program, the Frankfurt School also offers concentrations in Banking, Manufacturing, and Strategy & Organisation.

For more information, please see Daniel Beimborn's write-up of the new MiM concentration in Digital Business.

You can also read more about the MBA programs at the Frankfurt School by reading the school's Full Profile on FIND MBA.

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1597760790...    |    Aug 04, 2015 15:41
I want to know will BEC do for my MBA? i want to continue my further studies in Germany...
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