According to a report from PwC, 84% of executives surveyed said their companies are “actively involved” with blockchain technology. The way to conduct business is evolving and Blockchain is playing a big part of this movement. In a recent World Economic Forum report predicts that by 2029 11% of GDP will be stored on blockchains or blockchain related technology
So What Does This Mean For You And Your Company?
With blockchain there is no more guesswork, no more hiding in the shadows, no more obscurity, less complications, easier transactions, etc..
To help move that vision forward, we at Kingsland University developed a program for busy executives designed to provide you with the knowledge you need to understand the impacts, threats, and opportunities blockchain technologies may pose to your industry or company.
Kingsland is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS-CASI), and has been acknowledged as “Innovator Of The Year” by the International Business Awards just last year in 2019.
Over 1,517+ business leaders and executives have trusted us as their go-to source to understand the impacts of blockchain in their industry.
Kingsland is the Global leader in Blockchain education.
In addition to conducting executive level training programs across North America, Kingsland was also brought in to provide Blockchain training to some of the most prestigious organizations in the world such as the (OECD) Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development where the governments of 36 member states with market economies work with each other. Kingsland has also worked with more than 70 non-member economies to promote economic growth, prosperity, and sustainable development along with the governments of Australia, the Bahamas, Anguilla, Bermuda, Mauritius, Singapore, and other nations looking to understand how to benefit from the implementation of blockchain technology.
In this session, we look at the history of blockchain and provide a non-technical overview of blockchain technology. We introduce decentralized ledgers, the premise of ‘trustless’ transactions and consider some of the potential security, legal and risk issues that arise from the technology through applied blockchaincase studies.
• Blocks, chains, hashes & public key cryptography
• Consensus, Double Spending, 51% attach
• Type of blockchains, ICO’s, stable coins, security tokens
• Blockchain for business: use cases & categories
This session provides executives with an introduction to cryptography and the mechanics of the cryptocurrency market and the altcoin, or ‘token’, economy. It introduces initial coin offerings (ICOs) as a method of capital-raising via the blockchain and looks at some of the regulatory and compliance risks associated with ICOs.
• Emergence of digital currencies and blockchain
• Digital currency as a form of money
• Crypto assets & exchanges at a glance
In this session, we introduce Ethereum and its role in facilitating ‘smart contracts’. We look at the value and role of smart contracts and discuss decentralized apps (Daaps). Through case studies, we consider the scope and limitations of blockchain
• Smart contracts and Ethereum
• Smart contract theory and application
• Decentralized Application
This session analyses the ways in which blockchain disrupts specific industries as use cases. For these industries expected to face disruption, we discuss threats and opportunities for various companies and organizations. Potential strategies to mitigate risks and ways blockchain can be leveraged for competitive advantage will be discussed.
• Blockchain in banking and finance
• Five blockchain industry use cases , deep dive
This session considers how blockchain will transform business processes and what future business models may look like in a decentralized world.
• Future of bitcoin & blockchain
• Sector challenges and emerging trends
• Three use cases in Data Marketplace, IOT & Healthcare
In this session, we introduce the challenge of governance and regulation in the blockchain sector, and discuss how executives can minimize the impact of lagging governmental regulation whilst leveraging the potential of blockchain technology.
• Regulatory climate
• Governments and blockchain
• Case studies in global regulation
This session considers some of the key challenges faced when leading blockchain project teams and a leadership methodology developed by Kingsland to address the specific needs of blockchain project teams.
• Governance models
• Disruption or hype
• Leadership, adoption, and organizational impact
In this session, we discuss implementation: how to develop a business case for your blockchain project, infrastructure and HR considerations, deploying your project and potential project costs.
• Determining applicability & technology plan
• Designing the architecture
• MVP development & field trial
• Product implementation
Kingsland University has successfully delivered global Award-Winning Education programs to some of the world’s most respected companies, universities, goverment agencies, and not-for-profits, amassing over 150,000 students worldwide.