Some of the biggest challenges that leaders face in the twenty-first century organization are managing technology, process and people. Computers and technology mediated networks have transformed global economies, creating new opportunities and challenging traditional business strategies. In such environments, entrepreneurs can remain competitive only to the extent they can leverage information technology. Successful managers in the information age must be “tech-savvy”, knowing when and how to implement and use IT to gather and analyze information, build stronger relationships with suppliers and customers, increase production efficiencies, spur innovation, and improve organizational flexibility. Most importantly, technology can be used to create new products. The goal of this course is to introduce students to the most important aspects of information technology strategy and tools and show how it can be used in the social business context. This class will educate knowledge workers to use information and technology to think and act entrepreneurially to create and sustain social and economic value in a global environment.