Trust is an essential element of the way individuals and businesses interact. Blockchain is an emerging technology that might just represent a new and more developed form of trust.
Blockchain is a distributed ledger that lets digital assets be transacted in real time—within a rules-based architecture—meaning no single entity controls it. The implications of this for business are enormous, from the acceptance of smart devices to the development of business models to value distribution.
This webinar explores the components of Blockchain and how they fit together, and their impact on success in a Blockchain-enabled economy. Join expert Peter McAliney, PhD, for this important discussion.
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Peter McAliney, PhD, leads the Universities and Colleges Community of Interest for the Government Blockchain Association. Most recently, Dr. McAliney led the effort to introduce a Blockchain curriculum into Montclair State University’s portfolio. He works with the private sector, professional organizations, and his colleagues to look at the organizational implications of new technologies and to develop programs that will equip an increasingly diverse workforce with those skills associated with lifelong learning, which is critical for career success.
Key Learning Objectives
The 90-minute live program and 1-year access to the on-demand archive.
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