Technological Disruption: Managing the Impact on Business, Society and Politics


Technological Disruption: Managing the Impact on Business, Society and Politics

Course Dates:
19/05/2021 To 14/07/2021

GBP £ 2200

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Managing disruptive technological change has become a central global challenge of the 21st century. Rapid technological change is transforming the way people live and work, and how societies function. The impacts of new technologies (e.g. artificial intelligence, robotics, digital platforms, and social media) are felt widely in business and society: companies need to innovate and adapt at an accelerating pace if they are to stay ahead in the global competition; governments need to address new public policy challenges and redesign regulatory frameworks; and individuals and societies need to deal with novel ethical dilemmas. 

The Technological Disruption: Managing the Impact on Business, Society and Politics online certificate course is designed to provide you with the tools to manage your organisation’s response to disruption. You’ll engage with a broad, multidisciplinary approach to the role that technological innovation plays in modern economies and societies, alongside an international cohort of professionals from diverse industries. Guided by LSE faculty representing a wide range of fields including economics, management, law, media and communication studies, politics and international relations, you’ll develop the knowledge needed to identify disruptive technologies and assess their potential impact in your sector. You’ll gain new strategies that you can deploy to lead your organisation through the risks and leverage the opportunities associated with technological innovation and disruption.

CPD Certified

This online certificate course is certified by the United Kingdom CPD Certification Service, and may be applicable to individuals who are members of, or are associated with, UK-based professional bodies. The course has an estimated 70 hours of learning.

London School of Economics

Tel : +44 207 405 7686



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