Thai Business School, Blockchain Advisory Jointly Offer Blockchain Course

Asia Blockchain Review
July 17, 2019

NIDA Business School in Thailand has announced its partnership with local blockchain consultancy Siam ICO to introduce its “Blockchain for Enterprise Transformation” course, driving digital transformations for organizations in the public and private sectors.

Developing Graduates for Decentralized Ledger Technology

NIDA’s Assoc. Prof. Tatchawan Kanitpong revealed that the graduate-level institute aims to address recent disruptions and new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain, raising awareness among the general public.

“Many people have only heard of Bitcoin without realizing the full potential of blockchain, as DLT [Distributed Ledger Technology] can be adopted for many uses apart from those relating to coins and currencies, “ Assoc. Prof. Tatchawan said. “I believe that blockchain can be implemented to improve processes of supply chain, data gathering, or tourism, and this technology will become much more widespread in the future.”

She added that the course, which is being offered in partnership with Siam ICO, will be open to the general public and later added to NIDA’s MBA program.

Driving Digital Transformation in Organizations

Meanwhile, Pathom Indarodom. CEO at Siam ICO, disclosed that the course will cover the implementation of blockchain as well as preparing organizations for digital transformation.

“As part of the course, we will hold workshops on factors that will affect the organization’s digital transformation, as well as case studies on technologies including blockchain,” Pathom said.

He added that participants will also learn about upcoming trends, such as the integration of the Internet of Things (IoT) with blockchain technology, as well as the benefits of using smart contracts to facilitate business operations.


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