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  • 1. Talent Crunch in Indian IT Industry
  • 2. Group Members • Snehal Bendre • Aditya Chaubal • Srikant Mahajan • Ashish Mathew • Nikita Padate • Nikhil Rathod• Dhanshree Padave
  • 3. FACTORS FOR
  • 4. STEM
  • 5. DemOgRAphiC pROFileS
  • 6. Demographic Profile of Industry
  • 7. Generational Profile of Industry
  • 8. Gender Profile of Industry
  • 9. ASiA pACiFiC SCeNARiO 2012
  • 10. STATE WISE ITSErvIcES profIlE
  • 11. Employability in IT Servicesacross States & UTs
  • 12. Top Five Employability States
  • 13. Strategies to overcome• Flexible Work arrangements• Additional Compensation• An easier workload• Opportunity to change field/learn a new field• An ability to integrate family, community and work commitments• Promotion / job advancements
  • 14. DEffIcIENcIES IN fIllING IT JoBS IN INDIA
  • 15. rEquISITESKIllS & GApS w.r.t. IT JoBS
  • 16. IT Industry – DeliverySoftware Engineer• Inability to ‘deep-dive’ into a particular language/technology platform• Inadequate soft skills• Inadequate knowledge of corporate culture
  • 17. IT Industry – DeliveryProject Managers• Inadequate domain/business knowledge• Inadequate mindset when interacting with customer• Inadequate process knowledge
  • 18. IT Industry – DeliveryBusiness/Group Heads• Inadequate manage large transition from a Project Manager to a Business Head position• Less negotiation interfacing with customers
  • 19. Specific to Pre-Sales andBusiness AnalysisBusiness Analysts• Insufficient ability to understand customer requirements• Inadequate ability to understand specifics of other markets – regulations, compliance requirements• Inadequate proposal presentation skills.
  • 20. Specific to Pre-Sales andBusiness AnalysisProduct Developers• Insufficient knowledge of market regulations and other areas specific to the product• Less than adequate depth in domain knowledge and process flow.
  • 21. KPOsExecutives• Inadequate domain Knowledge• Poor aptitude• Inability to do repetitive work• Lack of adequate writing skills.Domain Specialists and Team Leads• Inadequate project management skills.
  • 22. Trends impacting skill requirements• Continuous demand for a skilled workforce• Continuous transformation from IT Services to include IT Consulting• Ability to Innovate• Increase in Project Migration• Green IT and Cloud Computing
  • 23. Trends impacting skill requirements• Increase in share of other business verticals• Change in Infrastructure Management Services• Larger share of newer markets• Evolution of newer pricing models
  • 24. You StillHave aChoice !!!
  • 25. Potential Areas for Skill buildingin IT and ITES industry
  • 26. Talent Crisis - Insights
  • 27. Talent Crisis - Insights
  • 28. Talent Crisis - Insights
  • 29. Talent Crisis - Insights
  • 30. "Use what talent you possess:the woods would be very silent ifno birds sang there except those that sang best" - Henry Van Dyke
  • 31. Thank You !!!