98. How the blockchain is disrupting the supply chain industries

By Bicara Supply Chain

Guest Name : Justin Goldston, PhD,  Professor in project and supply chain management at Penn State University Language : English, Publication date:  Aug, 25. 2020 Justin Goldston, PhD is a Professor in project and supply chain management at Penn State University.  He obtained the Doctor of Philosophy in Management (Leadership & organizational change) from Walden University.  His specialization focuses on Supply chain management,  Agile project management, ERP and Blockchain implementation.  With his love for technology and his passion to make a positive impact on social change, Dr. Goldston has made it his mission to bring technological knowledge and capabilities to the people. He is also a member of The Blockchain Council, The World Blockchain Association, and The Government Blockchain Association. In today's episode, you'll learn: How does the blockchain disrupt supply chain businesses? What are the technology & capabilities required for taking a benefit from a blockchain? In the recent eras where the supply chain faces complex challenges, what are to be a key priority when implementing a blockchain? A few examples from a real-cases study where a company/organization has successfully led a project in the implementation of blockchain and then gain a competitive benefit). Connect with him on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-goldston/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bicarasupplychain/message

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