What’s important for students who are not engineers or technical experts to understand, is that digital tools are not disruptive by themselves. Technology can only be disruptive if you are able to use it in an opportune manner to achieve your goals.

Maurizio Caon
Guest Lecturer
Program Masters in Hospitality Management and Digital Transformation
Campus Crans-Montana
Bio

A technologist and specialist in digital transformation, Maurizio is a guest lecturer on the Master’s in Hospitality Strategy and Digital Transformation.

He also holds the positions of Professor at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland, Director of Design and Innovation at HumanTech Institute and the head of the Digital Business Centre. His professional work focuses on research into the impact of digitisation on our society, both in terms of social mobility and the economy.

Education

PHD in Philosophy, University of Bedfordshire (UK)
 
Diploma in Educational Technology, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
 
Master’s in Telecommunication and Computer Engineering, Università degli Studi di Perugia (Italy)

What’s important for students who are not engineers or technical experts to understand, is that digital tools are not disruptive by themselves. Technology can only be disruptive if you are able to use it in an opportune manner to achieve your goals.