- Quick links
- HEC Alumni
- HEC Foundation
In recent years, the digital revolution has driven managers in charge of IT steering to reconsider their methods and prepare for new challenges they have not necessarily been trained to deal with.
This program will help you to develop your skills in managing the operational, financial and legal performance of Information Systems, used in company business and strategy.
Information technology and business are linked more closely than ever. I don’t think we can speak about one without the other, if we want to be coherent.”
– Bill Gates
The program will enable you to:
Lead the performance of information systems
Guarantee production quality for business needs
Master the legal issues surrounding data and contracts
Ensure information system security
Associate Professor, HEC Paris
Consists of 4 modules of 5 days
Control of budgetary mechanisms and management, performance, investment management, IT budget, IT and AFAI audits.
Lean and Six Sigma, service quality and the ITIL method, information systems architecture and urbanization.
IT purchasing strategies, IT contract law, legal strategy in international purchasing, issues in IT enabled offshoring, cross-cultural management.
Software security, risks and insurance for new information technologies, CNIL and personal data protection, crisis management.
This program opens access to 1 HEC Paris Executive Master:
Strategic Information Systems Management
This program consists of modules taught in the Executive Specialized Master (official Diploma: Mastère Spécialisé®). You can therefore join the Executive Master at a later date without needing to repeat completed modules. The Specialized Masters selection process applies to all candidates.
The program is aimed at:
IT function managers, Project managers, IT production managers, Consultants and experts in the function.
Find out more about possible funding options for the program you have chosen.
RNCP eligible program
Registration number RNCP 29 459, competence block n°2
Fields marked with an asterix are obligatory and are essential in the follow-up of your request. The absence of information in the optional fields will not impact your request. HEC Paris, whose Head Office is located at 8 Avenue de la Porte de Champerret, 75017 Paris, collects your data in order to manage your request to download the brochure and to inform you of similar programs you may be interested in. Your data will be kept for a duration of 3 years and are reserved to the use of HEC Paris and its academic partners and will under no circumstances be communicated to a third party. In accordance with the Freedom of Information Act, you benefit from the right to access, rectify or delete your data by sending an email to exed-hec at hec.fr.
You may also oppose the use of your data, with a legitimate reason. You may only exercise this right with regards to your own personal data by contacting us at HEC Paris, Data Protection, 1 rue de la Libération, 78350 Jouy en Joseas, France or via email at donnes-personnelles at HEC.fr with the subject line “Data Protection” and by adding in an attachment a copy of your photo ID.