Corporate Education

Applied Blockchain for Supply Chain and Logistics

Supply chain and logistics are critical functions for the world to run smoothly. Greater visibility into the origin and movement of goods and more accurate and timely supply chain data to address inefficiencies and risks in today’s global value chains. Without a way to synchronize information among multiple parties along the supply chain, each organization records its own version of the truth, leading to errors, high costs, and reputational and financial risks. This course enables professionals in the sector towards possibility of better and more informed operating procedures.

Modules

Introduction to Applied Blockchain Terminology

Fundamentals of Applied Blockchain Concepts

Applied Blockchain Business Plan Development

  • Understanding the Business model canvas
  • Exploring Case studies
  • Mapping of a Blockchain Business model
  • Review

Functional / Non-Functional Requirements Scope

  • Understanding the Functional and non-functional specifications.
  • Examples and case-study
  • Conducting a feasibility analysis
  • Building a Functional/ Non-functional Matrix.
  • Prioritisation requirements for the project
  • Create a story for User Interface relating to the key functional requirement
  • Alignment Review with Business model canvas

Utilise Smart Contracts on the Blockchain

  • Understanding smart contract function
  • Disintermediation and Automation
  • Exploring Case studies
  • Examining a Smart contract framework
  • Designing a Smart contract workflow.

Blockchain Framework Operations Strategy

  • Developing a Scope Document for the proposed blockchain network
  • Understanding the operational framework for a Blockchain solution
  • Determining which Blockchain
  • Technical Resources/Human / Costing/ ROI forecasting

Systems Interoperability Framework Analysis

  • Identify relationships between the Blockchain framework and external systems to achieve interoperability.
  • Identify stakeholders and roles and developing a matrix.

Assessment and revision

  • Creating a lite paper
  • Completion of project work and tasks
  • Weekly topic via Live Zoom Sessions
  • Q&A’s
  • LMS
  • Videos
  • Report preparation
  • Self-study
  • Project-based assessment tasks
  • Questionnaires

 

Unit 1:

Written response questions
Written Questions – Part A

Unit 2:

Written response questions
Written Questions – Part B

Unit 3:

Submit Business Model Canvas

Unit 4:

Build and submit:

  • a Functional/ Non-functional Matrix
  • Conducting a feasibility analysis
  • User Interface story

Unit 5:

Designing and submit:

  • a Smart contract workflow.

Unit 6:

Develop a Scope Document

  • Prepare an Operational Framework matrix

Unit 7:

Prepare an interoperability matrix

Unit 8:

Prepare and submit a project lite paper using project work of previous units