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Digital technologies are changing business, government and society worldwide. Clearly, they’re opening up new risks and opportunities for every sector of the world economy. Such “futurology” may offer you the big picture, but what does a digital world mean for you, personally? Will you be ready for an automated, AI-assisted, big-data-driven employment future? This course provides you an answer to these questions, and it does so from a unique perspective: by introducing you to the world of intelligence analysis. First, this course explains some of the skills that will command a premium in the digital age, and why. Then, it offers you mental models and practical frameworks developed by the US intelligence community to give you a cognitive edge understanding the digital world. This edge is not about spying or secrets. It’s about better thinking. This analytic toolkit has nothing to do with tired, static MBA-style strategy frameworks. Instead, these tools to help you come to grips with the volatility, uncertainty, ambiguity and deception of the digital age. Ultimately, this course makes the case that as the world becomes more digital, your future success depends most of all on asking better questions of both yourself and others. Therefore, it teaches you how to adopt an intelligence analyst’s question-asking mindset. In short, take this course to acquire a sustainable business advantage through clearer, more structured thinking....

Top-Bewertungen

KM

4. Jan. 2021

The instructor was very engaging and the way he presented information kept me hooked! This course is very important in the current contexts and the changes occurring in our digital world

ED

7. Jan. 2020

Es un curso completo, que e brinda herramientas que quizá ya uno utiliza pero materializadas y con pasos y procesos que aumentan la eficiencia, brindando una visión del mundo diferente.

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von erika a f g

29. Jan. 2020

Is a really good course

von Maram Y A S

4. März 2020

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

von Amarnath R

5. Juni 2020

excellent modules

von Josney F

29. Jan. 2020

Excellent course!

von Sudhanshu B

11. Aug. 2020

very insightful.

von Hitesh D

20. Mai 2020

Excellent course

von Yamile H

11. Nov. 2021

Excelente curso

von Suresh S

8. Juni 2020

Very nice idea

von Gautam K

29. Juni 2020

Excellent Job

von Christian P

29. Juni 2020

Great course

von Erick A A A

30. März 2020

Great course

von Luis H B M

10. Feb. 2020

thanks a lot

von Salako S S

4. Sep. 2020

Nice course

von Jignesh J

26. Aug. 2020

Very Useful

von Ionut M C

26. Juli 2020

Good value!

von Ricardo C S

10. Aug. 2020

Excelente.

von Hussain A M

7. Juli 2020

Excellent

von Samuel O

9. Jan. 2020

Great!!

von Subrata N

21. März 2021

Great

von Balogun T O

28. Aug. 2020

Great

von Matias C

7. März 2020

great

von BALLARY A

9. Juni 2020

good

von Ritesh A

17. Aug. 2020

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von Mahmoud M F

5. Apr. 2020

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von Paul K

21. Apr. 2020

Good, informative course. However, it is more designed around analytical thinking and applied to business scenarios rather than what the title implies. I would prefer to see a few administrative adjustments with the course: some type-o's existed in the lecture context; hyperlinks to a few of the readings required subscriptions (NY Times and Stratfor online) and couldn't be directly accessed; upon completion and when accessing the certificate there is an option to upload to various online platforms, Facebook, Linked-In etc...however, when the user attempts to upload the certificate directly to Linked-In it doesn't populate in the users "Licenses and Certifications" profile section. The only option was to make a comment about Coursera. Other online academic instruction platforms have direct links to add the cert in the appropriate Linked-In profile section with all data auto-populated. I would like to see Coursera adapt this technique.