Practical Curriculum For IT skilled workforce

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  • 1. New Industry, New Laws …Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology BOEING is a trademark of Boeing Management Company. Copyright © 2006 Boeing. All rights reserved. Page 3 A Skilled Workforce = A Significant Economic Factor Knowledge IndustryEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 4
  • 2. Market Outlook: Global Competition Global Demand For IT Workers Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Source: CMU Outsourcing Benchmarking study 2004 Source: International IT education conference 2005 Page 7 Academia vs Industry Shortage Of IT Workers = Business Opportunities Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Source: Gartner Group 2005Source: Carnegie Mellon ISRI Benchmarking 2004 Page 8
  • 3. Issue: Quality Of Education Current Education Issue Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologySource: NASSCOM - 2005 Page 11 Issue: Communication & Management Information Technology & Engineering Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologySource: CSIA - 2005 Page 12
  • 4. People & Skills Factors Issue: Obsolete Curriculum Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Source: IEEE research on software curriculum - 2006Source: Barry Boehm’s Software Economics - 2004 Page 15 New Era, New Trends … Software Product Development Life Cycle Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Project ManagementSource: Carnegie Mellon University Benchmarking 2004 Page 16
  • 5. SupportContinuingEducation
  • 6. Recommendations For Undergraduate Curricula Boeing List Of “Desired Attributes” Of An Engineer - 1Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 23 Industry’s Perspectives On Education Boeing List Of “Desired Attributes” Of An Engineer - 2Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Relationships among these components must be managed in order to achieve the maximum progress. How theses components interact effectively will directly affects how the education system is performed. Page 24
  • 7. Ten Main Knowledge Areas Eleven Key Objectives Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Source: SE 2004 set of recommendations Source: SE 2004 set of recommendations Page 27 Fifteen Key Domain Specialties Seven Desired Outcomes For Students Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologySource: SE 2004 set of recommendations Source: SE 2004 set of recommendations Page 28
  • 8. Practical Curriculum Industry’s RequirementsEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology + IEEE & ACM Industry’s study Recommended on knowledge & Guidelines for Skills needed Curriculum Development Source: U.S Industry recommendations for curriculum development - 2005 Page 31 Four Key Focus Areas Industry’s RequirementsEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Foundational Technical Technical Skills Specialty Skills Professional Skills Business Management Skills General Knowledge & Life Experience Source: U.S Industry recommendations for curriculum development - 2005 Page 32
  • 9. Foundational Technical Skills Practical Information Technology CurriculumEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Measures & Targets by Objective) Page 35 Programming Skills Practical Information Technology CurriculumEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology 4 Years + Page 36
  • 10. Verification & Validation Validation: Testing Skills Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 39 Management Skills Verification: Reviews, Inspections, Walkthroughs Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologySource: Carnegie Mellon University Benchmarking 2004 Page 40
  • 11. Requirements Engineering Components Application Development PracticesEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Customer Requirements Requirement Development Requirement Management Page 43 Requirements Engineering Skill … Software RequirementsEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 44
  • 12. Requirements Engineering Training In TheoryEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 47 Software Project Management In RealityEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 48
  • 13. Software Project Management Phases Software Project Management Skills Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 51 Project Planning Process Software Project Management Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology(Scope, Functionality Schedule, Budget) Actuals Page 52
  • 14. Configuration Management Disciplines Role Based Project ManagementEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologyConfiguration Status Management Change Baseline & Integrity Management Control Report Planning Configuration Configuration Identification Audits & Review Page 55 Configuration Management Configuration ManagementEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 56
  • 15. Quality Assurance Skills Change Management FlowEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Approve/Reject Analyze Estimate Recommend Authorize Implement Control/Storage Verify Approve Authorize Baseline Page 59 Peer Reviews, Inspections, Walkthroughs Quality AssuranceEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 60
  • 16. Example of Project Measures Software Measure and AnalysisEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 63 Measurement Program Measurement ProcessEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologyCore measures are in red Page 64
  • 17. System Architecture Architecture & System Skills Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologySource: Carnegie Mellon University Benchmarking 2004 Page 67 Web-Based Architecture Enterprise Architecture Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Common Infrastructure Source: Carnegie Mellon University Benchmarking 2004 Page 68
  • 18. Professional Skills System Integration Practices Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 75 Collaboration Skills Information Technology Systems Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologySource: Carnegie Mellon University Benchmarking 2004 Page 76
  • 19. Quality Management Skills Collaboration Must Leverage Technologies Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologySource: Carnegie Mellon University Benchmarking 2004 Page 79 Practicum: Capstone Project Process Management Skills Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Source: Carnegie Mellon University Benchmarking 2004 Page 80
  • 20. Faculty Requirements Practical Information Technology Curriculum Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology 4 Years + Source: Carnegie Mellon ISRI Benchmarking 2004 Page 83 Practical & Research Practicum Curriculum At A Glance Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Software Laboratory:Source: Carnegie Mellon ISRI Benchmarking 2004 Page 84
  • 21. Continuous Skills Training Ten Questions For Student After Graduation Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Source: Carnegie Mellon Benchmarking 2004 Page 87 Invest in Education & Training Continuous Management Training Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information TechnologySource: Carnegie Mellon University Benchmarking 2004 Page 88
  • 22. Career For Information Technology Workers Competency DefinitionsEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Function Experience • Competency: The knowledge and skills and of an individual related to effective or superior performance, as determined by measurable objective criteria • Core Competency: The knowledge and skills needed within a workforce to perform a business function; a capability that gives an organization a competitive advantage. Page 91 Career Development Competency ProfilesEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 92
  • 23. Industry Competency Management Skilled Workforce = Key Factors in Knowledge IndustryEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 95 Education = Economic Prosperity Investment In Education & TrainingEngineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Engineering, Operations & Technology | Information Technology Page 96