Open Meeting with Nikolay Kozak, Chairman of the Academic Council of the 'Electronic Business and Digital Innovations' Master's Programme, Director of Digital Transformation at DOM.RF
As part of a project seminar, Nikolay Kozak, Chairman of the Academic Council of the Master's Programme "Electronic Business and Digital Innovations", Director of Digital Transformation at DOM.RF, held a meeting with applicants and students of the programme with the participation of Mikhail Komarov, Academic Supervisor of the programme, Professor of HSE GSB.
Nikolay Kozak spoke about the main activities of DOM.RF, plans for digitalization, and products that the corporation successfully implemented. The participants of the meeting asked questions about the specifics of the DOM.RF corporation's product line, about the threats associated with the vulnerability of personal data, about the features of the corporation's developing ecosystem. Nikolay Kozak described the competencies that are demanded on the market by employers, voiced the requirements that are imposed on graduates and explained how candidates are tested when applying for a job.
During the meeting, students were interested in the introduction of digital innovations in corporations, opportunities for the development of e-commerce and digitalization in the near future.
Sergey Butenko, 1st-year student:
"The meeting was interesting and productive, especially Nikolai's comments about the development of technology in real estate."
Ivan Safonov, 1st-year student:
"Nikolay Kozak's presentation was informative, as the expert is versed in many areas. He spoke about the further development of the construction business in Russia, about trends and technologies in this area: AI, IoT, blockchain. We learned a lot about product management and how to get on the product team."
Mikhail Komarov, Academic Supervisor of the Programme, Professor of the GSB Department of Business Informatics:
"I am very grateful to Nikolay for meeting with students and applicants. It is very important to have a dialogue between students and leading industry experts."
In several hours of lively discussion and dialogue, students learned about their career opportunities both during their studies and after completing them on the master's program "Electronic Business and Digital Innovations". Nikolay Kozak also spoke about the possibilities of implementing start-ups within the DOM.RF corporation and invited students to actively participate in solving the problems facing the industry.