November Session - Built for executives, management and business owners, this two day course will provide a detailed insight into blockchain and the significant opportunities and risks that it brings to your company. The course will include live demos and case studies.
What is blockchain? A distributed ledger technology which facilitates tamper-proof business transactions
Blockchain history: how did we get here?
Business management and blockchain: how to deal with the sudden change technology has brought to the traditional business world, what to expect in the next 10 years?
How is blockchain changing: Procurement, Transportation and Logistics, Warehousing, Invoice Settlement
Impacts of smart contracts on Legal, Regulatory and M&A activity
Internet of Agreements (IoA): legal considerations for smart contracts
Sharing transaction data across a blockchain network: an opportunity or a risk?
Disruptive technology trends beyond blockchain: Cloud Computing, IoT, Artificial Intelligence - how are they changing your profession and how is human performance affected by these changes?
Decision making and hands-on project work in blockchain (non-technical)
Topics of Instruction
A business understanding of industrial blockchain, a distributed ledger technology which facilitates tamper-proof business transactions
The ability to apply distributed ledger principles, the backbone of blockchain, to current business models
An evaluation of the impact of blockchain to current businesses in industries such as oil and gas, manufacturing, health, science and retail
An understanding of the differences between industrial blockchain transactions and cryptocurrency transactions
Advancing a blockchain project from idea to production (no coding, purely as a business team)