Blockchain Mini MBA
Experts in blockchain technology are pretty much in agreement: Once a niche for crypto-experts and coding buffs, now big traditional institutions and even central banks are looking to blockchain as they build the foundations for the next generation of financial services.
Analysts predict that over the next five years, digital currencies will be leading the way to the greatest changes in financial systems that have been seen in over three decades.
With the rapid rise of bitcoin, which this year reached an all-time high of $64,000, the number of companies aiming to capitalize on the original digital asset has surged.
An increasing number of organizations are turning to blockchain technology. This includes large corporations like Walmart and Novartis, which are using blockchain tech to improve business processes and become more efficient and profitable.
This also includes Microsoft, one of the largest software companies in the world. Experts in cryptocurrencies believe it is significant that Microsoft accepts Bitcoin payments, going some way to instill a degree of confidence in using cryptos.
Blockchain is a shared, immutable ledger for recording transactions, tracking assets and building trust.
Blockchain is important to businesses because a business runs on information. The faster it’s received and the more accurate it is, the better.
Many financial analysts believe blockchain is ideal for delivering that information because it provides immediate, shared and completely transparent information stored on an immutable ledger that can be accessed only by permissioned network members.
A blockchain network can track orders, payments, accounts, production and much more. And because members share a single view of the truth, you can see all details of a transaction end to end, giving you greater confidence, as well as new efficiencies and opportunities.
The advantages for organizations in using blockchain are considerable. For one thing there’s enhanced security. Consensus on data accuracy is required from all network members, and all validated transactions are immutable because they are recorded permanently. No one, not even a system administrator, can delete a transaction.
There are also more efficiencies. With a distributed ledger that is shared among members of a network, time-wasting record reconciliations are eliminated. And to speed transactions, a set of rules — called a smart contract — can be stored on the blockchain and executed automatically.
The trust factor is also key. With blockchain, as a member of a members-only network, you can rest assured that you are receiving accurate and timely data, and that your confidential blockchain records will be shared only with network members to whom you have specifically granted access.
Blockchain Mini MBA Course by Tonex
Blockchain Training is a 5-day training program for IT, managers, marketing, engineering, operations, or other professionals want to gain the knowledge to impact the financial and business goals of their company or organization. Blockchain Mini MBA addresses the blockchain technology, business, leaderships, tools, and concepts that can help effectively manage development and provide a guidance to improve business decisions.
Who Should Attend?
- Business Consultant
- Engineering Manager
- General Manager
- IT Manager
- Management Analyst
- Marketing Director
- Marketing Professionals
- Operations Manager
- Program Analyst
- Project Manager
Blockchain Mini MBA training modules:
- Business Essentials: Economics, Markets and Organizations
- Market Strategy
- Operations Management and Leading Change
- Finance and Accounting for Decision Making
- Law and Ethics
- Organizational Behavior and Culture
- Blockchain Architecture
- IoT and Blockchain
- Blockchain Hyperledger
- Blockchain Security
- Blockchain Overview for Business Professionals
- Blockchain Fundamentals
- Blockchain Applications
- Business Simulation
- Capstone Project
- Case Wrap-up and Presentations
Blockchain Mini MBA