Blockchain Enterprise Roundtable#1

Dies ist ein vergangenes Event

12 Personen haben teilgenommen


Innere Wiener Straße 19 · München

Wie du uns findest

I have a reservation on Stark indoors on two tables (Yes, they are square but I am sure we'll adapt) :) After our discussions we can then wrap-up and go for drinks outside.

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If you actively work on a Blockchain/DLT project in a major corporate or multinational - this roundtable is for you:

The wild wild west days of Blockchain are over. But what did actually happen in the corporate environment and among multinationals? Was Blockchain only the buzzword needed to open up the box of legacy processes and data silos or are we on the way of generating real new value with the technology.

*What is the purpose of this meetup:
I'd like to invite people from large enterprises to share challenges, experiences
and lessons learned during the last years working with Blockchain or co-creating project with big and small players.

*Who is it for:
Business Decision Makers, Innovation Managers, Produkt Managers, Project Managers and everyone that actively strives for new opportunities for Blockchain in enterprise from all Industries.

*Who is it not for:
Start-Ups (not just yet), Consultants, Crypto influences and so-called Experts

*What is the format of the meetup:
Very casual get together with a quick "setting the stage" from my side followed by facilitated interactive group discussions - (Chatham House Rules apply*)

*Who am I:
Worked in Tech and Startup, currently bringing a Blockchain Project from Pilot to Scalability in a multinational insurance company.

*Topics we may or may not discuss:
- Co-Creation with Blockchain Startups (Corporate Governance, Culture and Legal vs. Startup)
- How to manage expectations (can I see the Blockchain now)?
- KPIs and measuring success
- Public vs. Private (are we repeating the Cloud journey?)
- Co-Creation with Blockchain Startups (Corporate Governance, Culture and Legal vs. Startup)

*When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.