Blockchain: Creating a chainscript, a new kind of resume suited to power a global knowledge economy
Featuring Phil Komarny,
Vice President, Innovation for Salesforce.com,
and former Chief Digital Officer for The University of Texas System
As we have been taught to measure of our 'selves' as healthy, wealthy and wise in the analog world, we now can do the same in the digital world because of technologies like the block chain. Transcript + Block chain = Chainscript, credentials for a mobile world, where learning increasingly occurs when and where the opportunity presents itself. It all revolves around the concept of a digital 'self'. The decentralization effect that the block chain affords enables us to craft a new meaning around the agency and security of data. Personal data...your data...a 'DigiMi'.
About the speaker:
is the Vice President, Innovation for Salesforce.com and former Chief Digital Officer for The University of Texas System. Phil is a highly social, entrepreneurial, award winning senior executive with a 20+ year track record of delivering innovative, high value solutions by aligning existing problems with emerging technologies. He is an experienced c-level executive within higher education that has leveraged entrepreneurial instincts, a broad technical skillset, and a very strong reputation for developing and motivating teams at all levels to integrate new technologies that create value for the organization. Phil is comfortable serving as the voice of the business and building a strong rapport with management, colleagues, vendors, stakeholders and technical specialists. Phil is a Constellation's Business Transformation 150 (BT-15), an elite list that recognizes the top global executives leading business transformation efforts in their organizations.
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