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S2.E10: Technology, Supply Chain Management and Sustainability

April 27, 2021 Anthony McMahon and Justin Goldston Season 2 Episode 10
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S2.E10: Technology, Supply Chain Management and Sustainability
Apr 27, 2021 Season 2 Episode 10
Anthony McMahon and Justin Goldston

Is it possible that blockchain solutions are starting to reach what gartner refers to as the slope of enlightenment?

Their practical uses in supply chain management are becoming more evident.

And then there's smart contracts, which give the ability to track ownership of an asset and create generational wealth.

The changes we're starting to see are what's being referred to as Web 3.0, and today I talk with Dr Justin Goldston to find out more. 

Dr. Justin Goldston is a Professor of Project and Supply Chain Management at Penn State University where his research is focused on blending the practices of supply chain management, emerging technologies, and sustainability to create positive global change. 

A research facility affiliate at the Center for the Business of Sustainability at the Smeal College of Business at Penn State, D. Goldston is also as an active contributing faculty member to The Sustainability Institute at Penn State. Outside of the institution, Goldston is an Executive on the International Supply Chain Education Alliance's (ISCEA’s) International Standards Board (IISB) and is the author of the forthcoming book AI for Good: Achieving Sustainability Through Citizen Science and Organizational Citizenship.

Show Notes

Is it possible that blockchain solutions are starting to reach what gartner refers to as the slope of enlightenment?

Their practical uses in supply chain management are becoming more evident.

And then there's smart contracts, which give the ability to track ownership of an asset and create generational wealth.

The changes we're starting to see are what's being referred to as Web 3.0, and today I talk with Dr Justin Goldston to find out more. 

Dr. Justin Goldston is a Professor of Project and Supply Chain Management at Penn State University where his research is focused on blending the practices of supply chain management, emerging technologies, and sustainability to create positive global change. 

A research facility affiliate at the Center for the Business of Sustainability at the Smeal College of Business at Penn State, D. Goldston is also as an active contributing faculty member to The Sustainability Institute at Penn State. Outside of the institution, Goldston is an Executive on the International Supply Chain Education Alliance's (ISCEA’s) International Standards Board (IISB) and is the author of the forthcoming book AI for Good: Achieving Sustainability Through Citizen Science and Organizational Citizenship.