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Who should attend
Employees in companies who are to be developed into Blockchain Managers, working at the intersection of business and technology within their companies, distinguishable in:
- Technically oriented occupational groups
- Business management oriented occupational groups
About the course
As a foundational technology, Blockchain and other Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) are the basis for future data-driven businesses and applications. The Blockchain-inherent decentralisation means a paradigm shift not only for technical architectures and processes, but also for business models and society at-large. For enterprises and their managers, understanding Blockchain and DLT will be an essential component of their future work.
In this brand-new program on one of the most promising but also contentious technologies, corporate leaders learn how to implement and manage Blockchain and DLT, and how to unlock its potential for the enterprise. This Certificate Program covers the technical, business, social and legal aspects of blockchain-based solutions in a balanced and unbiased way. The target groups of this program are both, people with IT and management background, working at the intersections of business and technology within their companies.
- Fundamentals:Relevance of Blockchain, Technology of Public Blockchain,
- Smart Contracts on Blockchains, Blockchain-Based Systems Engineering
- Smart-Contracts, Tokens and Coins
- Corporate Use of Blockchain: Use Cases of Blockchain Technology, Legislation, Regulation, Organization
- Strategic and Organizational Changes through Blockchain
- Blockchain in your Company
- Hands-on-Working on a Case Study and Final Presentations
Joachim Henkel joined TUM School of Management in 2004 as a full professor of technology and innovation management. He received a degree in physics from the University of Bonn, a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Mannheim, and his habilitation in innovation management at Ludwig-Maximilian...
Professor Welpe studied economics at LMU Munich and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston. She completed an MSc at the London School of Economics before finishing her PhD on technology and innovation management at the University of Regensburg (2003). In 2007 she completed her lectu...
Since 2002 Florian Matthes holds the chair for Software Engineering for Business Information Systems at Technische Universität München. The current focus of his research is on technologies driving the digital transformation of enterprises and societies: Enterprise architecture management, serv...
The research interests of Professor Ernstberger (b. 1975) include financial accounting, auditing, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance. He explores the effects of financial reporting on business decisions, current developments in auditing, and sustainability and corporate soci...
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