Oxford Blockchain Strategy Programme
Helping businesses get to grips with new computing
While blockchain exploration was initially reserved for firms operating in the financial industry, the potential of blockchain technology is being realised by all sectors, including the likes of energy, telecoms and pharmaceuticals.
Recognising the need to adapt corporate strategies to deal with the impact blockchain technology will have on the future of business, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford has launched a new digital open enrolment programme on blockchain integration and regulation, the Oxford Blockchain Strategy Programme.
The Oxford Blockchain Strategy Programme cohesively integrates relevant information on blockchain for business leaders and innovators by showcasing best use cases, value propositions, and implementation strategies in the blockchain industry.
What will set you apart learning Blockchain with Oxford Saïd?
After successfully completing this highly interactive and supported online learning journey, you’ll walk away with:
- A foundational understanding of what blockchain is and how it works, as well as insights into how it will affect the future of business and your organisation.
- The ability to make better strategic business decisions by utilising the Oxford Blockchain Strategic framework and Oxford Blockchain Regulation framework
- A global network of like-minded, forward-thinking professionals and business innovators, opening up doors for collaboration and partnerships
- Blockchain certification in the form of a certificate of attendance from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford as validation of your blockchain training, newfound understanding and strategic knowledge
Our first programme cohort will start on 28 Februrary 2018, and will run for 6 weeks.
Visit the programme website for more detail and how to apply
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