Our blockchain workshop covers important aspects of blockchain. It is an ideal workshop for enterprise executives as it lets them dive deep into the very foundation of blockchain and learn about it. 

Key Topics

Exploring Blockchain

• Understand what Blockchain is;

• Know the types of business networks;

• Know the history of Blockchain and Bitcoin;

• Know the platforms;

• Understand the blockchain architecture;

• Hands-on – Blockchain application.

Use Cases & Implementation Models

Know the implementation models

• Identity;

• Tokenization;

• Processes management;

• Supply chain;

• IoT.

Know the use cases

• Finances;

• Public sector;

• Manufacturing;

• Telco;

• Health;

• Agrobusiness;

• Art;

• Insurance.

Why you should book it?

Hands-On Experience: The blockchain workshop will offer unique hands-on blockchain experience. You will be able to learn about unique real-world use-cases that work. We will cover these uses-cases in detail. 

Strategic Approaches: By going through the workshops, you will have a clear understanding of strategic approaches that big corporations take to make their project successful.

Understanding Use-Cases: Each use-case is different and needs to be approached differently to get a better understanding. We go through compelling use cases that provide value and learning to you.

Private Sessions: Our blockchain technology workshop is delivered by private sessions. These sessions will be provided to enterprise-grade professionals only. This way, you can learn how to solve unique enterprise problems. Private sessions also give you the chance to interact directly with the instructor and clear your doubts more freely.

Top-Notch Content: Our blockchain technology workshop content is of the highest quality, created with excellent research and care. 

What you’ll learn 

Re-architecting the Firm

The corporation represents a pillar of modern capitalism. With the rise of a global peer-to-peer platform for identity, trust, reputation, and transactions, we will be able to re-engineer deep structures of the firm for innovation and shared value creation. In this module, we explore blockchain’s role in decentralizing the enterprise and its implications on the roles and boundaries of the firm.

New Business Models

There are countless opportunities for blockchain to disrupt or displace traditional centralized business models. In this module, we explore how blockchain technology can support “open networked enterprise” business models through the inclusion of native payment systems, reputation systems, uncensorable content, trustless transactions, smart contracts, and autonomous agents.

Blockchain and the C-Suite

Because blockchain changes the deep structures and architecture of the firm, it will consequently transform our models of management and the roles of the C-Suite. Navigating the balance between blockchain’s hype and its true potential is a key responsibility of an organization’s management team. In this module, you will learn about some of the decisions and changes that business leaders can anticipate when considering how the future of blockchain will unfold within their business.

Leadership for the Next Era

Blockchain alone is just a tool. In order for this technology to fulfill its long-term promise, humans must lead. Rather than relying on state-based institutions, blockchain must be primarily self-governed through collaborations of civil society, private sector, government, and stakeholders in non-state networks. In this module, we discuss the idea of blockchain governance networks and explain how they can support blockchain stewardship at three levels: The platform level, the application level, and the ecosystem level. As well, you will learn about the conditions that are necessary for a blockchain-based hub of innovation to succeed.

Blueprint for a New Social Contract

As the digital revolution unfolds, it is driving profound changes in the global economy, labor markets, old institutions, and society as a whole. To realize the potential of the blockchain revolution, we need business leaders to come to the table as responsible and active participants in a new social contract for both their own long-term interests as well as in the interest of a healthy society and economy. In this module, you will explore possible directions for a new social contract – i.e. the agreements, laws, and behaviors that people, companies, civil society, and their governments adhere to. The aim of this module is not to provide a definitive strategy for instituting and enforcing a new social contract, but rather to catalyze investigation, debate, and action.