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The SYDTEK Student Ambassador Program was created to bring together students from various disciplines from around the globe to come together to build the future.
By applying for this program, we will add you to the list as a Student Ambassador. In developing an environment to prepare students for careers within the industry and entrepreneurship, Student Ambassadors can be promoted to
In an attempt to be aligned with the vision of Dr. Gavin Wood to grow the Web3 and Polkadot ecosystem, our goal is to prepare students for life after university and to give them the education and testnet platform to contribute to the future of business and the internet itself.
Not only are Student Ambassadors entering into the early stages of the Web3 movement, but they will also have access to invite-only webinars with some of the leading thought leaders within the blockchain space. Additionally, SYDTEK will have a number of founders from organizations within the Polkadot ecosystem come to speak with Student Ambassadors and their invitees.
As we encourage the entrepreneurial mindset, the Student Ambassador program will prepare students for starting their own blockchain companies and provide internship opportunities with organizations within the Polkadot ecosystem.
In addition to the long-term strategic benefits of being a Student Ambassador, additional benefits include:
Fill out the application below, and we will be back in touch regarding the next steps. If you have any questions, please reach out to email@example.com. We are looking forward to you joining the future – Powered by Substrate within the Polkadot Ecosystem.
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementations can be costly for any company. While there are advantages to size and funding in larger businesses (500+ employees),
there are critical success factors of the ERP process that small- to mid-size manufacturing (or other types of business organizations) can use to increase their rate
of success for ERP. This must-buy book outlines research that targeted specific factors that increase any ERP implementation’s success.
Critical success factors were identified, and ranked, by 50+ subject matter expert consultants in the ERP field in this study. These SMEs, all with more than five years of experience in implementing ERPs for manufacturers, provided a consensus for best-practices factors vital for consideration for the ERP implementation, before, during, and after the exercise. Critical factors (failure and success) are highlighted for the planning, process, and follow-up, with positive internal and external results from the executive (top-down) buy-in to the communications and transparency of the process to middle management and line employee stakeholders.
The vital points in the conclusion offer guidance to organizations, as well as ERP consultants, that are considering ERP implementation, even if the entity is not in the manufacturing industry. If you or your company is seriously considering an ERP project, this book is a required reading for industry intelligence and analytic insight.
Proceeds from this book will benefit The Sydney Goldston Scholarship Foundation to make the dreams for future leaders a reality. More information about the foundation can be found at: