Blockchain for Supply Chain
Wednesday, March 11, 2020 – Friday, April 30, 2021
Blockchain is a new technology being used to drive corporate transparency. At the core, it is a ledger technology where everyone has a copy, and all transactions are verified before being replicated. In this course, we will take a look at three supply chain interactions and see how blockchain can be implemented to reduce errors, increase auditability, and drive collaboration. The focus areas will be on physical goods, from producer to retailer, digital products, and vendor relationships for royalty payments. In these cases, we will examine how to implement blockchain, determine success and failure factors, and various other implementation considerations. A special note will be spent on privacy, security, and certain regulations with regards to the same.
Determine the future of supply chain.
Analyze how blockchain can disrupt the supply chain industry.
Determine the appropriateness of use of blockchain on physical goods.
Select a strategy for blockchain implementation on supply chain for physical goods.
Analyze a scenario where blockchain technology is used to register and track digital products.
Identify why the use of the blockchain technology was appropriate and chosen as the best strategy for implementation.
Determine the appropriateness of the use of blockchain to track sales of vendor software and royalty payment flow.
Select a strategy for implementation of blockchain for digital goods.
GDPR with blockchain
Blockchain public and private networks in regard to physical supply chain automation, digital goods, and vendor management
The role smart contracts play in supply chain blockchain networks
Focusing on determining appropriateness of blockchain to a solution
Regulatory issues that impact blockchain implementations